I am searching for this one little codec called AJPG. I had it working but then had to reformate my HD and ever since, nothing. Just the sound can be heard but no video. If anyone has this codec please email it to me and I will then save it as something alot easier to play. Thanks for any assistance.
I have a setup program for my digital camera. Before I install its driver, Media player cannot play the AVI file created by the camera and keeps on telling me 'unable to download AJEG codec'. After I have installed the driver, Media player can playback those files now. But, I am not sure if the driver can be installed in your pc. The file is 5.5MB in size.
has anyone had any luck finging the ajpg codec i cant get it anywhere, am pulling out my hair, i havent much left!!!!
Same problem, ajpg is unbelievebly rare and can’t find any help for it
Hello,I really cannot find Ajpg Codec .Please help for finding....tnx n bye
this AJPG CODEC is used in the software for this webcamera! i remember how looks this cam that i used in recording videos(that used this codec)!:
Модель VideoCam Live
Код производителя GNS-VC-LIVE
i found the soft. here comes the link:
I was install this software, and i have the same problem... there’s no a anyone codec ajpg
About posts #6 and #7: certain codecs come bundled with camera drivers, but the installer for the drivers is smart, and won’t install itself if it doesn’t detect the camera, so it doesn’t always work as a way of harvesting the codec. I can at least say the one listed in #7 didn’t work for me.
First I want to give big thanks to compn from this thread
for tipping me off to the link between AJPG and aoxdxipl.ax.
Now the steps:
Steps for pure 32-bit versions of Windows, namely Windows NT 4, 2000, XP 32-bit, and Vista 32-bit.
OK, first download this driver:
Extract the zip, and grab the file named aoxdxipl.ax and move it to your system32 folder (c:\winnt\system32 in windows nt 4/2000, c:\windows\system32 in xp/vista).
Next run the registry editor. Click start, run, then type regedit.exe and press enter. Then navigate to the key
Make sure Drivers32 is highlighted on the left. Click on edit, new string value. Name it VIDC.AJPG then double-click it and for value put aoxdxipl.ax
Steps for Windows 95/98/Me
Copy aoxdxipl.ax to c:\windows\system. In the c:\windows folder open the file named system.ini and under the [drivers32] section add this line:
Steps for 64-bit Windows (XP and Vista)
(not verified because I don’t have a 64-bit system yet!)
Copy aoxdxipl.ax to c:\windows\SysWOW64
The steps for the registry editing are the same, except you’ll be using the key
I heard there’s two(!) registry editors in Windows x64: one for 32-bit and one for 64-bit (just like internet explorer, eh?) Not even sure which one you’re supposed to start - but I suppose if you use the 64-bit you’d have to use the second key I’m mentioning, but if you’re using the 32-bit, you can use the key I mentioned in my 32-bit steps.
See here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896459
I have a video of my son as a baby that I filmed using a Kensington webcam about 12 years ago that I’ve been trying to access for many years but have not been able to. Your solution worked! Thx!
Can anyone help?? I am trying to open ajpg file I found from 15yrs ago. I have a laptop running Windows 10 and I have an Apple laptop as well..
the file was recorded on an old webcam I think made by Kingston. Got it for free back in the day when I subscribed to a dial up service.. cant even remember the name..