Windows Movie Maker Not accepting Dvix File

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I’m trying to edit a video that i recorded on hypercam2 using a Dvix 6.8.5 codec with windows movie maker. When i try to import the video, it says:
“The file C:\Users\Alusia\Documents\clip0040.avi cannot be imported because the codec required to play the file is not installed on your computer. If you have already tried to download and install the codec, close and restart Windows Movie Maker, and then try to import the file again."
I tried disabling the filter and I downloaded some Dvix Theorica codecs 5.0 thing and neither of them solved my problem. A little help would be much appreciated.

Also, its only for this one video that was recorded using the Dvix Codec. All my other videos that weren’t recorded using it can be imported normally. SO its not like i can do that system restore thing back to when the error message occured, because the error occurs only on this one file. reply

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08-25-2009 11:10 PM
n00balicious

What does gspot say about the file?
http://www.headbands.com/gspot
And does it otherwise play normally in Windows Media Player? reply

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08-26-2009 09:57 AM
carrot

yah it plays in windows media player reply

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08-26-2009 11:42 AM
n00balicious

Ok I went to Gspot and it says

“Codec(s) are installed”

and the Codec is “DX50” and the name is “DivX 5.x/6.x”

I seriously have no idea what any of this means im just trying to give you the information i think you need.

If you need anything else just ask reply

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08-26-2009 11:52 AM
n00balicious

One last test
Get VirtualDub
http://www.virtualdub.org
Open the file with virtualdub. Does it give any error messages?
Regardless of that, click video, direct stream copy. Click file, save as avi, and pick a name. See if movie maker can open that (should be identical - if there were any errors in the stream, it should be corrected)
If that still doesn’t work, click video, full processing mode, then file, save as avi. it’ll save an uncompressed AVI (which will be humongous), but I think movie maker will be able to open it. reply

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08-26-2009 12:59 PM
carrot

You can burn your Divx Files to ISO file, then you can directly play your files on your computer reply

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08-26-2009 09:18 PM
sanjun
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Wow! ,Subscribed, Hey could you paesle keep uploading more cool things and paesle keep making videos like these.Thanks a lot. reply

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02-24-2012 08:58 PM
Chotinun

Import any format video files in Movie Maker!!!

Try this trick

http://youtu.be/A63LrpJbJg8 reply

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05-17-2013 03:10 AM
gizmo_gadget

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