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Posted by juliand on 20 January 2016 - 08:32 PM
Today I downloaded lame3.99.5-64.zip. For some reason it is missing lame_enc64.dll. Instead there is a file called lame_enc.dll. This file however doesn't match the size the same file in the 32-bit version of the codec. I had a version that I downloaded on another system a couple of months ago so I've been able to use that one and move on. I'm reporting this so that whoever controls the LAME package can correct the issue.
Posted by zeNmaster on 11 February 2011 - 12:31 PM
How can i start the first post from Codecs and Tools board if not with a link to Microsoft FAQ.
If you're newbie, the questions answered there will help you understand what's with all the fuss around codecs and of course, exempt us from answering already answered questions
Here is a question that, i bet, many multimedia savvy guys don't know the answer:
How do I tell which codecs are installed on my computer?
If you need to see a list of the Windows Media Player components and codecs installed on your computer, do the following:
1. On the Help menu, click About Windows Media Player.
If the Help menu is not visible, click Organize, point to Layout, and then select Show menu bar.
2. On the About Windows Media Player dialog box, click Technical Support Information.
Yes, it's that simple! No codec identifiers, viewers or other tools.
If this FAQ doesn't shed some light on your questions regarding codecs, i also suggest you to check:
What do you need to know about codecs and, of course, the famous question (and guide)... What Codecs Should I Use?
Other good articles about codecs:
All About Video Codecs and Containers - from Tech Hive:
What Exactly Is 'Codec'? Why Would I Ever Need It? - from about:
Good luck and welcome to our new forum!
Windows DVD Maker FAQ is here:
Posted by zeNmaster on 12 November 2011 - 01:34 PM
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Posted by Guest on 09 March 2015 - 07:49 PM
I would like to submit this software.
VirtualDub AIO is an unofficial installer designed to quickly, easily and automatically install VirtualDub, input plugins, video filters and VFW/ACM codecs.
It will free you from the burden to search and install manually all the needed things and you will be immediately ready to start using VirtualDub.
Additionally, the program fixes common misconfigurations.
It is free and completely clean.
Posted by andwan0 on 23 June 2014 - 06:50 PM
I used to love K-Lite Mega Codec Packs... but then they started saying that SP3 is a requirement.
I have a really slow PC (P4 single-core 512RAM, etc) and I don't want to upgrade to SP3 (XP) coz from past experience it makes my computer very very slow.
A good codec pack that's XP SP2 compatible?