What the Heck? I was so pleased to be able to finally play a concert video hidden on a CD from 2000--after following advice and downloading KMPlayer. But it only worked once!! I can not recreate the conditions, nor can I get it to work on XP Windows Media Player. That device continually tells me that I do not have the correct codec.
Like Christina (15 July 2009), I would like to have WMP recognize the codec. Tweak Tools from K-Lite also could not help. I have been able to get the VIDEO to play in WinAmp, but with NO AUDIO... HELP!! PS. Does all of the advice about .inf files and copying to the C: drive no longer apply now that we have .exe files?
I could not get any of the advice about "voxacm file set up," nor "Run as Administrator" to apply to my situation. Is that advice out of date?
Doesn't do anything and there are no inf files.
The other comment about audacity is totally incorrect. It will not import/play undf. try the tutorial "flight of the bumblebee" from monkeyseemonkey do site.
Stupid YouTube using crappy bloody codecs!
I went on another way. I have installed K-Lite Codec Pack on my system and went to Codec Tweak Tool and there enabled all Vox codecs in the codecs tree. And sound appeared! :D
I have find a better alternative:
Plays Vox Files and Records
Can anyone work on in windows 7 x64?
Anyone got this to work on Windows 7 64-bit?
Also is there anyway to cleanly uninstall this?
This codec DOES work with Vista 32-bit Home Premium. Download the installer and unzip it to a folder - all on the desktop. Go into the unzipped folder, called voxware_audio. Right-click the file voxware_audio.exe and select "Run as administrator". The codecs will then be installed.
However not all media players seem to make use of them - not a fault of the codecs though. I always use "The KMPlayer" (not to be confused with kmplayer!). It's a grat player. Cheers, Chris :0)
This worked for me (Vista 32bit). I had to actually unzip if first, ran as administrator, and then use Media Player Classic though. Still doesn't work with Windows Media Player though. Thanks.
Vista: right click on install exe-file: "Run as Administrator"
ok, I right clicked install, it installed onto my computer, but now what???... I went back into media player, tried to play song ... and it still says missing codec.... how do I let Windows Media Player know I have the codec, do I need to put those files somewhere specific?
Working in Vista x64.
Just extract it into player folder (I'm use KMPlayer) and run the following command in cmd shell:
regsvr32 "c:\Program Files (x86)\The KMPlayer\voxmsdec.ax"
It does not support windows vista. I didnt realize that. also, once you download and try to install it WILL NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES ALLOW YOU TO DELETE IT.
Even if you do not have vista there is no voxacm.inf
I can only assume this is some sort of malicious software.
Even if you change the name of the files and folders you still cannot delete it.
DO NOT USE THIS.
does not support Windows Vista:(
Works on XP does not work on Vista 32-bit. I need to use this for educational videos for a $20,000 laser welder and it figures that my work computer is running Vista. Please notify me when you catch up with Microsoft's technology.
Thank you enormous...
There's nothing to say anylonger.
Hello, I am looking for a voxware RT29 metasound (75) codec that will work with Vista. I've searched everywhere but still no luck...........can anyone help me with this? Thanks, Doug.
VoxWare doesn't works on my Xp.64Bit, is the codec not supported, or need to do something? Please help!
i tried to install it in the 32-bit vista, but when i clicked install, a window opened that said it was copying files. the screen blinked like it was refreshing and then that was it. now when i try to open files using the codec, media player freezes or says i need to download the codec. i tried to uninstall it using the control panel, but it doesn't show up there. how can i get rid of it?
It is a bit difficult to have it on Vista
It doesn't work with Vista x64.
thank you!good job
Thanks works fine, I just right clicked on the voxacm(set-up info) then select install...
I was able to install the codec in XP but it's not working in Vista?
Thanks for the free download of that codec..ive really have a hard time searching for that missing codec.. i really appreciate your service regarding this matter. its my pleasure to wrote this comment its because its all worth it. im glad i can now watch the video of everything you want tribute to shinji and asuka.. thanks again .GodBless :-)XD
this is a very useful software
Strange thing: codec was installed, it appears on codecs list on computer, but I can't hear sound playing movie (using any players) - it shows "undefined codec"!!! VideoInspertor detects sound codec of movie as VoxWare MetaSound :(
thanks a lot
thanks it is very good
I've been trying to watch a movie for so long and finally i discoverd Voxware metasound audio codec 22.214.171.124 amd it work i'm sooooooo happy thanks sooo much
Excellent -- the old codec 75 problem solved at last (fingers crosssed). Have just played a South Park episode I've been trying to watch for weeks but couldn't without 75. Thanks for being here.
thanks a lot.that's excellent.
Thanks a lot! Finally managed to what things I wanted! Just great :)
Thanks a lot!
the installation guide is great !
Excellent.THANK YOU!!! Now the player is working fine...
no problems on winxpsp2
If people do not understand .inf files and DLLs, they have no business being in charge of a computer! :-)