problem with distorted Vorbis 3+ (codec 6771)

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Can anyone suggest what is going on here.

I have downloaded a film which plays fine in Windows media player 10 and some other players. The sound at first would not play with a missing codec 6771. I downloaded the k_lite coedc pack and installed everything. The sound now appears but is unintelligible resembling that of a hamster singing underwater!

Various Windows and Linux meda players report that the video is XVid. The gstop utility (and others) report that the audio is 0x6771(Ogg Vorbis 3 PLUS).

heres the fun bit:-

Windows media player 10 plays teh video fine but the sound is trashed (highly distroted)

Windows media player classic (approx v6) plays the sound just fine but no video.

Anyone have any suggestions ?? reply



I have the same problem, still looking for a solution... :( reply

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Someone please help us!!!! reply

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I got the same problem.
Anyone knows which audio codec can play the Vorbis 3+ format. reply

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the only place I found to download this codec is eMule but I didn’t test it yet. I rode somewhere it’s used by a comercial encoding tool. reply

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did you try
http://www.free-codecs.com/download/Vorbis_Ogg_ACM.htm
? reply

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Just tested the file got on eMule, it works fine even if the sound quality is terrible. If anyone want the file, just ask by mail...

Ciao reply

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try this link
http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip
works fine om winXP SP2 reply

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Hey.
Yeah I just downloaded that and still the sound is lame.. reply

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I try on XP with SP2 and work well ( http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip ).

Best regards. reply

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Anubis_9999 wrote:
I try on XP with SP2 and work well ( http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip ).

Best regards.

i download this file but i dont know how to install it
plzzz help reply

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Unzip zip file in a temporary directory, look for
“vorbisacm.inf”, click right on them, select “Install” and click, the codec install on the system directory and is ready to work, now can delete files from temporary directory.

beyrem wrote:

Anubis_9999 wrote:
I try on XP with SP2 and work well ( http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip ).

Best regards.

i download this file but i dont know how to install it
plzzz help

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Umm the page seems to be dwon I cant find the zipfile anywhere, anyone got a clue??? reply

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Anubis_9999 wrote:
I try on XP with SP2 and work well ( http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip ).

Best regards.

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The URL, http://m17n.cool.ne.jp/freeware/vorbisacm_20020708.zip, doesn’t work anymore! Is this the same as the Vorbis Ogg ACM Codec on www.free-codecs.com? reply

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Haha, I found the most likely orignal one. It’s here:
http://svn.xiph.org/tags/vorbisacm_20020708
This really really truely truely works for me. My ogg vorbis 3 plus(+) AVI movie files all play very good with sound now!
Guys, spread this word to everywhere, every video and audio forum and blog. There might be many many people who need this help!! reply

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I have used this codec it helped to solve the problem.
Thanx guys reply

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where should i install it to ? wndows media, wndows system or another location??? reply

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Hello pnkflyd, if you happen to come back to check this message, the following should help you. You should have a PC with Windows System. Copy the file to your desktop, then follow Anubis_9999’s instruction at 27 Feb 2006 02:27 pm,

#12. Here is what you should look out particularly. The file may not be in a zip folder. If this is the case, there is no need to unzip. Just look for gvorbisacm.infhfile and follow Anubis_9999’s instruction. Also, window may give a warning saying the installation is “illegitimate”. If so, just click something like"Continue” or “Yes” anyways on the warning messages. This codec doesn’t seem to do any harm to my system since my first installation. Good luck guys! And, please don’t forget to spread this word to other forums and blogs as you have time. Many people may need this help! reply

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mingming wrote:
Hello pnkflyd, if you happen to come back to check this message, the following should help you. You should have a PC with Windows System. Copy the file to your desktop, then follow Anubis_9999’s instruction at 27 Feb 2006 02:27 pm. Here is what you should look out particularly. The file may not be in a zip folder. If this is the case, there is no need to unzip. Just look for gvorbisacm.infhfile and follow Anubis_9999’s instruction. Also, window may give a warning saying the installation is “illegitimate”. If so, just click something like"Continue” or “Yes” anyways on the warning messages. This codec doesn’t seem to do any harm to my system since my first installation. Good luck guys! And, please don’t forget to spread this word to other forums and blogs as you have time. Many people may need this help!

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