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quote:Originally posted by Jimmy DWhile you are all on the Divx format, if you search the web you can find the Nemo codec pack, it has the Divx 3.11 and 4 codecs in it, and they are free, no spyware involved, as for it being a great thing. Divx can be great, I use it all the time when I am encoding movies. I wont go into to much detail since it is a little OT, but Divx can be a great thing to have, but I also have an AC3 codec as well, I dont remember if Nemo comes with one or not, but you can download a free one online as usual.Jimmy D
quote:Originally posted by Pinetar
quote:Several reasons why I don't run it. My computer is a total loss. It's an AMD-300 w/192megs ram and 30gig hard drive.It sounds brutal SS. Are you still able to play QT movies.I'm glad to see we have another Apple head here RideMan. I had 10.2.8 but it was causing printer trouble so I went back to 10.2.6. 3ivx is a new one on me, never saw it mentioned before, but I did just check it out.
quote:Several reasons why I don't run it. My computer is a total loss. It's an AMD-300 w/192megs ram and 30gig hard drive.
quote:Originally posted by RideManIn this particular case my trouble with Windows Media is that it REFUSES to cache the video file. So when I am trying to watch it over what amounts to a piece of wet spaghetti, I get lousy results. With QuickTime, at least I can cache the whole movie so that I can wait for the whole thing to load, then run it.gruelurks-- I thought you knew I was here. I've been here for a couple of months now...even worked my way up to "40-miler"... [:D]--Dave Althoff, Jr.
quote:Originally posted by PinetarI dumped real player for the same reason but why would you dump qt. I won't touch div-x. Microsoft always trys to hijack qt formats, gates is the ****head here.
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