Indeo Codec (Was [Coco] Re: Spinning CoCo demo)
glenvdb at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 28 10:57:10 EDT 2005
Ok, as an avid fan of anime, I have found that I was always looking for
codec's, but was sick of the "borgware" if real player, and to some extent
-quicktime. I have found a package called the K-lite codec pack for free.
Not only does it have just about every codec ever made, also you might want
to download the "Real Player" alternative, (as someone said before- Media
player Clasic) you can even get a "Quictime alternative" plug in also. With
the decision by Apple to RAM I-tunes down your throat when you down load
quicktime with no way of canceling the "I -tunes" install, this seems a
great player with out all the crap that goes with the rest. With the codeck
pack and both real and quicktime altenative installed, I havent found
anything this little media player could not handle.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "John Murphy"
>>For those who are STILL having trouble:
>>You might not need the codec at all. Save the AVI to the PC before trying
>>to view it.
>>Even after downloading the codec, the video wouldn't load directly from
>>the web page. Once I saved it locally, no problem.
>>So, the video is at:
>That was easy and it worked.
>It really does look good!
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