Intel IMA ADPCM (11) codec

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Thank you, whoever posted Quote #77.

I’m sorry, but I’m not going to drag and drop, or replace every single file I want to play. There should be a way to just download or enable the damn codec without having to move files around to different programs every single time.

Does someone have the answer or not?? reply

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thnks a lot reply

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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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the free version of dvix player plays ASF viedo files http://www.divx.com/en/software/windows/divx reply

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Use windows media player classic to view the files. (right click, open with... then select wmp classic) hope this helps! reply

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use xilisoft video converter free trial. it works. after you’re done you can go ahead and uninstall. reply

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

Regards
Gareth

Thanks Gareth Works fine reply

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i have vista and had the same problem. but the video i wanted to play can play with windows movie maker. so i created a new video using movie maker and it now plays on my windows media player :) try this! reply

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Great idea with putting it into Movie Maker! Thanks SO much!! Also, it worked when I put it into Power Point, which was my ultimate goal anyway. :D reply

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rikki wrote:

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

Bless you for that! Thank you, Gareth! reply

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Open it in windows movie maker by right clicking the file and “open with” button. Then export it as a movie file from this program and resave it. reply

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I replaced XP with Vista not long ago at some expense. No warning in the pack that Vista may not run some programmes which XP ran. I too have had the same error message when trying to play videos--'codec not installed--you need Intel IMA APDCM (11)'. When you go to the Microsoft help site to which the message directs you it is a busy, confusing place which offers no simple method to download the codec required.

Why not a button to click which simply downloads the codec--“Click here to download codec”. reply

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Ive been struggling with this for ages, but found by opening the file in Windows Movie maker I could save as a different extension and works perfectly!!

John Howlett
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http://www.dreamyourfuture.eu reply

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thanks Odinson.
worked perfectly. reply

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prassasin 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. I’m not computer savy but i’ve been looking up the audio codecs and i don’t seem to understand. I would really appreciate it if someone can help out.

quiero conseguir ese codec de audio gracias reply

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ima adpcm audio codec reply

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Hell with Showtime and all the other links that solicit other download programs but Showtime. Just open the ASF file with WINDOWS PHOTO GALLERY and whamooooooooooooo reply

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This worked for me! GREAT ADVICE AND APPRECIATE THE HELP!!! reply

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computerfunGUEST wrote:
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”.

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. This worked for me. reply

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This site walks you through how to install the codec manually. No risk of downloading 3rd-party codec packs. Works like a charm on XP, should work as well on vista.

http://www.mydigitallife.info/2007/08/15/how-to-install-windows-xp-and-2000-default-codecs-manually/ reply

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