A codec is a standard for compressing and decompressing sound or video. This has nothing to do with the function of a modem. A codec is a standard for compressing and decompressing sound or video. This has nothing to do… Full Answer
Hi the best and most popular codec pack for the XP is K-Lite Codec Pack. You can download newest version 4.95 of the package from the http://www.video-codec-pack.com Also would like to recommend you stable video player, so named VLC video… Full Answer
A video codec is software or a device that allows digital videos to be compressed or decompressed. The benefits of a video codec is that one can store many videos upon one's device because they are decompressed. Another benefit is… Full Answer
You do not need to install any codec (or codec packages) for Windows Movie Maker. A video converter is what you need. I downloaded a video player that is really powerful. After you install it, you can play all kinds… Full Answer
Codec is a piece of software that translates video and audio data into and from proprietary formats of which MKV is one. It is the codec that enables the computer to interpret data from the proprietary source format.
If you only have audio but no video, or video but no audio, you are most likely missing a codec required to play the file. You need to find out what codec the video was encoded with, then download and… Full Answer
MP4 with a special CODEC (google it). Telling you the exact codec won't help you as you need a converter that supports it. You will need a proper video converter or a video that specifies it work on a psp.
You can either find the proper codec (which is difficult and for more advanced users) or you can (Google) and download the K-Lite Codec Package (Basic). Once you have the K-Lite codec package installed, the video should play in your… Full Answer
The Combined Community Codec Pack (CCCP) is used to provide a video media playback standard for the Anime community, relieve major problems caused by conflicting codec packs, the capability of playing back the most common video media files/formats, to make… Full Answer
There are relatively few platform-specific codecs. As long as the codec you use for your video is available for Windows (most are), the video can be played. If you are targeting a wide audience, you may want to make sure… Full Answer
It depends on the context. Many people will swear by one codec or another, but it really just depends on what the situation calls for. Nowadays, for the web flash video is pretty much the standard. Flash 8 (On2 VP6… Full Answer
DIVX is a codec. Codecs (coder / decoder) are used to reduce the amount of data needed to store or stream a video signal. They can be hardware based, i.e. a physical unit that does the conversion or they can… Full Answer
YES. Just make sure the .AVI file you are playing used DIVX output video codec and MP3 output audio codec. Use SUPER by eRightSoft, its for FREE. You can read articles of SUPER through here: "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUPER_(software)" If you are unsure… Full Answer
Pretty much anything will work from AVI to WMV, but for the best quality you should follow these guidelines: These will all produce an MP4 file for youtube which should upload without reconverting it and screwing up your beautiful video… Full Answer
Because you don't have the required codec, most commonly MPEG4 video codecs. Microsoft would prefer you to play media in their own Windows Media codec. Try FFDShow to install the codecs you need, other alternatives are VLC and Media Player… Full Answer
The H.264 video codec is one of the most common formats used today for the recording, compression, distribution, of high definition video. Most video on the Internet as well as HDTV broadcast video is distributed in this format.