Intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec

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I just bought this computer and I have windows vista. I downloaded some old family videos and it comes up with that it cannot be run because of a missing codec. i went to the microsoft help and it came up with this. Intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec. Iím not computer savy but iíve been looking up the audio codecs and i donít seem to understand. I would really appreciate it if someone can help out. reply

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10-16-2007 05:07 PM
Louise

Itunes will play the files. reply

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10-23-2007 04:42 PM
Noel

how can i get INTEL IMA ADPCM (11) download to my computer? reply

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10-25-2007 07:10 AM
lagemm

I need a free download of a intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec if you have the information I need please email me ASAP. Its for a Acer Aspire 3680 with Windows Vista. reply

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11-01-2007 03:32 PM
Husayn

I’ve been messing with this and you must be careful with codecs. Vista Media Center will not allow program to run with XP. Media Player 11 will not work because it’s an old version to Vista. Quicktime 7 doesn’t work. The only program I found that does work on Vista is DivX player
6.6.0 at DivX.com and it’s FREE! Turbo reply

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11-28-2007 04:32 PM
Turbo

If oyu have this problem where you can view you video files and it says missing codecs. Well, I have a solution, maybe. If you are using Windows Vista, well use “Windows Movie Maker” and import the mvie file into the folder. Then play to see if it works. If it does, drag the file to “video” NOT “AUDIO/MUSIC”. After you done that click file and click “Publish Movie”. reply

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12-03-2007 11:34 PM
computerfunGUEST

anamaribela84 wrote:
WHERE CAN I FIND AN AUDIO CODEC:INTEL IMA ADPCM (11)?

Hello,I have a windows vista. I downloaded videos to my computer and place them in a program called picasa2.when i try to burn them to dvd it says that im missing a audio codec. its an intel imaadpcm[11] for windows with a 32 bit system.please help i’m not computer smart. reply

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12-10-2007 07:46 AM
cripstony1

I’m here asking the same question as everybody else...just bought a new lap top and I can’t watch any video’s I’ve down loaded from my camcorder. “How do I download the Intel IMA ADPCM (11) audio codec for windows vista?" reply

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12-22-2007 03:02 PM
GOLDNFINGAZ

i have same problem on new laptop, did not find any good info on audio codecs..... But i found and downloaded VLC media player and i use that to open videos and play them. works perfect. this media player plays asf files. reply

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12-29-2007 01:04 AM
chevyboy

i have same problem on new laptop, did not find any good info on audio codecs..... But i found and downloaded VLC media player and i use that to open videos and play them. works perfect. this media player plays asf files. reply

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12-29-2007 01:06 AM
chevyboy

plese i am neet the file intel ima adpcm reply

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01-16-2008 12:03 AM
hila1223

Wish I had found this website before buying my new computer. I’m having trouble because of the (11) codec along with Windows Contacts and other problems too. reply

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02-04-2008 04:02 PM
bobrobert

GarethVista wrote:
Here’s a quick fix.
Drag and drop your asf files into Moviemaker, then you can play them.

Regards
Gareth

Thanks this worked for me reply

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02-06-2008 06:10 PM
rikki

Same problem with this dumb ass vista reply

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02-13-2008 02:06 PM
gerryo

I have the same problem. A missing codec 11. How do i find the codec? This vista dont have one. So i admit xp is better than vista reply

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02-18-2008 07:18 PM
justin15cent

Why is it that there are never any answers on these site. reply

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03-12-2008 11:20 PM
kona96740 at msn dot com

DOWN LOAD AND USE “VLC PLAYER”. IT WORKS GREAT!! reply

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03-29-2008 07:46 AM
DRAGONMSTRIAN

on vista i play them with picture application windows photo gallery reply

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04-16-2008 11:45 PM
philldee

Here is another quick fix which I just stumbled upon:

Go to Control Panel - Sounds and Audio Devices.
Click the Hardware tab.
Go to (double-click or select and choose Properties) Audio Codecs.
Select the Properties tab.
Double-click (or click on and click the Properties button for) imaadp32.acm.

Make sure 'Use this audio codec' is selected.



Several of my audio codecs were set to 'Do not use this audio codec', which was my problem in hearing audio from files downloaded from my digital camera. reply

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04-29-2008 04:29 AM
Moosetek13
1 posts

how do i rename to have an mp4 ext please what do i need to go into etc..

Thanks reply

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04-29-2008 05:09 PM
Rachel123LFC

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