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what codec is my avi?


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hey!

i can't get sound to work on my avi file, i tried the divx codec and still not working. how can i find out what codec it is using? i didn't find anything like "file info" or "document properties"...
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try vlc video player. its agreat player and i prefer it to quicktime and divX
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yes i have vlc but i would like to be able to use frontrow to watch those movies, and i guess frontrow is based on the quicktime player? that's what i need the codecs for
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why do you want to use frontrow? for the full screen? because u can get that on vlc too.
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why do you want to use frontrow? for the full screen? because u can get that on vlc too.
He already said he wanted to use frontrow. Lets just try and find a solution to his problem now.

formatc1702, try downloading Perian.

http://perian.org/
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awesome! thanks for that tip!
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