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Old 18 Nov 2002, 03:40 AM   #1
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I have installed the Nimo Codec Package and I still get the "Format not suported" when i try to run a xvid file :/

Could someone help me?
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Old 24 Nov 2002, 04:22 PM   #2
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Can you load the file into virtualdub ?, if so what does it say in File->'file information' ?.

Try changeing the fourc code to divx. This thread explains how this is done
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Old 9 Dec 2002, 04:33 AM   #3
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Default Use the "G-Spot" program!

Before you do anything you should d/l the "G-Spot" program, it should be in this site .
I already gave my oppinion on that program in the "green and blurry" thread.
It will tell you what codec is that movie you are trying to see uses.
It will also tell you if you have this codec installed or not.
If it still says you have the movie's codec installed, then I suggest you try other ways.
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