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Where is a list of codecs?

Posted on 2003-12-07
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Hi!

Where can I find a list of audio and video codecs ( mp3, DivX, XviD etc. ) that are installed on my Windows 2000 system?

In Windows 98 it was under Control Panel -> Multimedia ( I think ), but I can't find it in Win 2000?
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goto device manager.

check for audio controller, expand the list and check for audio codec.
then check for the video codecs, expand these list and property u will see all the codes installed.
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to start device manager
start->run->devmgmt.msc

audio/video codecs are under
sound, video and game controller


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Thanx!
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