Sharp G.726 Audio Codec is a piece of software enabling you to play MPEG4 files on your computer.
Install this application on your system, make sure you have Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 or higher and enjoy MPEG4 videos now!

The G.726 is an audio standard used in VoIP, camcorders and digital stills cameras.

When Sharp G.726 is missing, you'll get this error message: "The audio codec identified by the format tag 45 is required to play this file".

Install Sharp G.726 Audio Codec in order to fix the Audio Codec Tag 45 error.

This codec has not been updated since 2005 and is no longer signed by Microsoft, so its functionality may be limited on other operating systems than Windows XP.

This piece of software, not exceeding 1MB, is exactly what you need if you want to enjoy the MPEG4 format on your computer and view properly contents from VoIP and digital cameras.
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Sharp G.726 Audio Codec 1.1.0.1
on 21 May 2011 , reviewed by:

Finally it works! Such an easy fix. That being said, has anyone had trouble with the sound? I can watch ...

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Sharp G.726 Audio Codec 1.1.0.1
on 19 February 2011 , reviewed by:

I agree with every one "Vista Sucks!!" The sharp G.726 Audio Codex 1.1.0.1 don't work on ...

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