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Codecs

Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 7:05pm

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webhog421

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How can I find out what kind of codec a video clip is running on?
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 7:12pm

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4036Douglas

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i think the way to do it is to go to the clip propertiys and see if it tells you there
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 8:23pm

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TAP2

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There's a programme you can download that gives you loads of info on a selected video clip,

I think it's called G STRING, I'll see if I can find the link.
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 10:19pm

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Mellifluous

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g spot is what you're looking for...

http://www.headbands.com/gspot/

tells you about it, to download go to downloads & then download the .exe file
Posted: Fri, 28th Nov 2003, 11:53pm

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webhog421

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ok thanks people
Posted: Thu, 8th Jan 2004, 2:26pm

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c R a Z y

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...and here is one more: http://www.moviecodec.com/
Hopefully you can now get back to work smile
I dont think, you need this anymore, but if someone does, so here is this address, if someone still need new codec....., and it works pretty well, and it`s FREE...., biggrin

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