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Installing Video Codecs

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In the Advanced Tab of the Multimedia icon in Control Panel, it shows various video codecs. But, in the pulldown list of a window for selecting video codecs, in some software for a video camera (a FlyView Supra CCD parallel cam), these codecs do not appear for me to select them. How can I make them appear in this pulldown list, to be able to select them?
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SteveC777

All video codecs in the advanced tab are the already installed in your PC.
If you can´t see all of them in the camera software, maybe the software is out of date
and you need update him. Visit the site of your program provider.

Another choice is that your program definitively don´t works with some codecs.

This occurs only with this software? Have you tried another program for your camera?

Mauricio
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