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hi i need a Intel ITU H.264 (H264) codec but i cant find it online can someone tell me where i could download the codec
Thanks assaf!! It works perfectly!!
Thank you also, it worked perfectly for me too--I had a lot of trouble finding that particular codec--one that worked, anyway. :-)
When I try to play my video on divx it says
This file contains unknown video data
Video data: FOURCC code “H264”
Can anyone help me get the FOURCC code “H264”??
Tnx willijay, I used the download you suggested and it works perfectly ;)
K-Lite Codec Pack has H.264 codec.
For Playback of XviD / DivX / MP4 / MP3 / MP2 / MPG / AVI / WMV / x264 / H264 / AVC / AAC and many more formats use the Cole2k Codec Pack. Nice installer, the package is upgradable and updatet very often.
Just have a look at:
This is the one and only solution. Forget all the user “mass” Codecpacks.
Hi, I am told that I have missing CODEC. ....and I need Intel ITU H 624. What is that??
Have gone to http://220.127.116.11/temp/elecar/ftp/pub/CodecPack/Elecard_Codec_Pack_Eval.zip based on earlier recommendations.. nothing there...
i have a avi file... i need h264/x264 codec ITU H.26n codec...i search for many web already but i didn’t find this kind of codec...so pls help me..
Try this x264 installation module (430 kb):
Yes, I have to admit, the H264 is really a nasty one(yet)!
I’ve managed the problem in the following way:
1) install the codec from http://x264.nl/
>>stil AvsSource will not recognize it<<,
2) recompress using newest version of AutoGK with XviD output,
3) => watch or convert to DVD with CCE (preferable).
can someone help me?
Windows Media Player cannot play the file (or cannot play either the audio or video portion of the file) because the Dolby AC3 (2000) codec is not installed on your computer.
Thanks For The Info :) :D
HelpfulPerson thanks it really works
I want a codec(H264)to play AVI file.
hey any one help me please i want codec(h264)
You can use VLC player. It’s work!
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