Verint Loronix Video Codec
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I had the same TJPG issue and after installing this codec I was able to view the video in winamp and WMP but divx would crash.
What is the TJPG Codec, and who created it or distributes it?
I have a file I received from a District Attorney that’s in .avi format (it’s to be used as evidence). Neither Media Player nor Real Player could do anything with it, and running GSpot says it lacks the TJPG Codec.
Searching the web yields practically no info on the subject.
(To John Y.)
Beaufordt’s post is correct. TJPG is the fourcc for Loronix’s Temporal JPEG codec.
If you go to loronix.com it redirects you to verint.com, so it’s just an alias. His post also has the direct link to the download, but if you’re skeptical you can go to this page, which has more information and a link to the same URL.
I have had experience of using the VERINT codec on numerous occassions without any real problems except it has caused other applications to fail to run properly after it has been installed, for example a DVD authoring package I had refused to run. The resolution was to uninstall the codec once I had completed the necessary task using the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel
Ive Vista and installed VerintVideoSolutionsCodecs, but WMP is not able to play the files. What can I do else?
You are right, Hugo. No matter how much PR eorfft they put behind all this campaign. If something starts as a proprietary software that produces royalties for you, it is obvious to perceive your economic interests.And, on the other hand, I’d rather pick something that is currently open source (and that really starts like open source, like Theora) rather than something which now is patented, demands money for several usages, and could demand even more money in the future (Apple’s H.264).And the chain of interests just goes on. about Apple, Adobe and video codecs helps to understand the big picture: a high success of Apple, and a clear movement towards non-open-source approaches.