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I downloaded the vids:I263 codec and it works fine.. but I am now having trouble with AUDIO in an avi that reports to use I263-imc audio. Do I just have a wacked avi or are these different codecs? If so where do I get it?
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rmarotta earned 50 total points
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If no other avi or sound files give trouble, it sounds like a bad file.

If other files have problems, please explain.
Regards,
Ralph
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I hesitate to comment because I'm not really sure if that was the problem or not as the problem had been fixed prior to recieving the reply. I downloaded another video codec from Intel's site that fixed it. I don't know whether the first file was messed up or or the second had a broader application. But thanks for the reply.
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