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I’m having some problems watching some anime I downloaded and I thought one of you nice people might be able to gimme a hand.

The file extension is .ogg and I have the Nimo Codec Pack installed, but the files aren’t recognized by any of my media players. I can however do an “Open with” and then I can get it to run in WMP, but the video is messed up. There’s all these green boxes. I ran it through G-spot and it says I need codec 0x674f, but I can’t seem to find this one. The funny thing is that appears to be for the audio, which works fine on the stuff I d/led.

If anyone could help me figure out what I need to do to get these to work right I would be most appreciative.

Thanks much!
Eredic

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Hi Polo,

A friend helped me with this .ogg problem. What ya need is the ogg codec and a copy of Windows Media Player Classic. I can send ya both, they are quite small files, in your email if you can supply it. What ya do is simply self install the codec and then place the WMP Classic exe into your Windows Media Player main directory, dont worry it wont interfere with your normal WMP, in fact it can play other file types too such as real/quicktime if ya have those codecs on your machine, its amazing kit. It also plays a majority of broken or incomplete movie files such as partially downloaded flicks from BiTTorrent etc. Hope this helps. reply

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http://www.divxmovies.com/faq/#4.4

Ogg Vorbis Codec
Unknown (tag 674F)

This will give you audio.

The Video problem is to do with the Nimo Codec Pack, or maybe it’s just the way the content was encoded. I recommend uninstalling Nimo Codec Pack first, then install the required codecs. All that I use is:

3ivX (decodes both XviD and DivX):
http://www.3ivx.com/download/index.html

Moonlight Odio Dekoda DirectShow® (decodes both MP3 and AC3):
http://www.elecard.com/download/

I haven’t needed to use the Ogg Vorbis Codec, but when it comes time to install that, I’ll do so. reply

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What RSAntilles is talking about is Media Player Classic, not to be confused with Windows Media Player.

Media Player Classic (MPC) is created by Gabest. He’s also created a few other things too:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/guliverkli/

Media Player Classic doesn’t need to be installed. Your current media player should play the files correctly IF the correct codecs are installed. reply

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Here is an address where you’ll be able to download the codec needed. I had the same problem and this is where I got the solution. http://tobias.everwicked.com/
I hope this will help you and others having the same problem. reply

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it solved the same problem i had,

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Hi can you E-mail me the codex file for ogg or giv a link to get it. Also How do you add it ? Thank you Rick007@att.net

RSAntilles wrote:
Hi Polo,

A friend helped me with this .ogg problem. What ya need is the ogg codec and a copy of Windows Media Player Classic. I can send ya both, they are quite small files, in your email if you can supply it. What ya do is simply self install the codec and then place the WMP Classic exe into your Windows Media Player main directory, dont worry it wont interfere with your normal WMP, in fact it can play other file types too such as real/quicktime if ya have those codecs on your machine, its amazing kit. It also plays a majority of broken or incomplete movie files such as partially downloaded flicks from BiTTorrent etc. Hope this helps.

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You may try use iDealshare VideoGo to convert the unsupported FLAC, AAC, AC3, MP4, MOV, VOB, FLV, etc to Windows Media Player supported formats. reply

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