Intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec

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ONDE POSSO EU ENCONTRAR Um CODEC AUDIO: INTEL IMA ADPCM (11)? reply

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how to fix error on Intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec reply

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thanks to GarethVista I used the drop method to moviemaker and it works like a charm.
I found codec"11”, but still it did nothing, so don’t bother. reply

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It worked for me in Windows Photo Gallery, too.

Thanks, philldee.

A quick question?
Where do I find the Windows Movie Maker that is often mentioned as a solution?
Just wondering... reply

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open it with divx it will play fine reply

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Copy files to Divx Movies folder, than open it with Divx&. Seems to work. Windows Movie maker did not work. reply

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Place any photo in the folder with your movies. Click it to open Windows Photo Gallery. Now scroll to movies, they play.

If you are paranoid or restricted about computer settings then this will work. Vista... built by committee :-) reply

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changing the file extension to .mp4 helped me as well, I then just played the file in vlc media player.

Thanks for the help. reply

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Thanks GarethVista, that solution about moving them to Moviemaker worked. Now I can play and burn them. reply

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Yeah I agree w/quote #47. Now works with NO PROBLEM!! reply

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I have just downloaded vlc media player which has enabled me to play video footage transferred from my video recorder. Does anyone know how i use it o burn the videos onto a dvd though.

It desnt seem as easy at Windows media player used to be reply

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i need to downlod it
thanks reply

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yusuf2000 wrote:
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.

AVS is total crap..and this guy works for em.
Don’t download that malware infested hunk of crap reply

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Kaneh_Bosm wrote:

Moosetek13 wrote:
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.

Did you do this on Vista? because I get no such options or anything even similar whether I use Vista Control Panel view or “Classic View” ... my option is Control Panel : Hardware and Sound (Classic View separates these) ... choosing “Sound” option only allows volume or device & driver control ... nothing for Codecs, right-click is useless, “Search” doesn’t even help

if you put the files in windows photo gallery the files will play without codec. reply

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I had the same issue... I downloaded “VLC Player” and it worked like a charm! reply

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Brill vista movie maker worked for me 2! reply

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How come no one has actually answered the question of whether there is or isn’t a download available??? Thank’s for the suggestions n all but is there a codec available?? And how come with sooooo many people with the same problem none of the computer techs have come up with the answer by now???THIS IS CRAZY reply

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as gereth said, open them with movie maker and the re-publish all of your videos. they will be in .wmv format after that
-justin reply

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i want to down load Intel IMA ADPCM (11) reply

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I open the Windows Movie Maker and imported the video, it works! Both sound and image are ok. reply

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