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Nic’s XviD Codec

XviD is a very popular codec these days, and is used often. Modern builds – like Nic’s XviD Codec – can also play back that various DivX encoded files, so it’s a good one to install first. Check the XP Codec Pack for more codecs if this does not work.

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Ogg DirectShow Filters

With Ogg DirectShow Filters you can watch and if you want to, create, .ogm wrapped videos. Using the OGM instead of the common AVI wrapper has several advantages, namely the fact that the audio and video should always, under virtually any circumstances, maintain synch.

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Pinnacle DV25 Codec

The Pinnacle codec looks like any other software DV (DV25) codec using the standard “dvsd” FOURCC. (Since AVI is a container format, there’s a four-character code that identifies the codec used for a particular stream.

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Pinnacle MPEG Realtime Codec

Pinnacle MPEG Realtime Codec is used by some of the popular TV/Video Cards manufactured by the Pinnacle Systems company. It solves FOURCC code PIM1. If the Pinnacle codec does not solve your issues then look at the codec packs for a solution to your video codec problem.

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Sunplus 32-bit Compressor

This ‘obscure’ codec helps you to play .avi files generated by few popular digital cameras. The Mustek’s GSmart pocket digital camera has the ability to make short video-clips. The file generated by the camera is an .avi file, using an obscure codec indentifying itself as SP54.

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WTVC Codec 1.12

WTVC Codec is a lossless screen capture codec provided by WebTrain Communications. The codec is not used mcu today and many have used it for cams and other cameras. Check your camera requirements for this codec.

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