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    Hey guys.

    i'm having a couple of AVI files in my presentation and a few of them won't play for some reason. i hear the sound, but instead of video there's a message saying: Video not available. cannot find 'vids:mjpg' decompressor... the videos play fine on my machine, but not on another one i tried... open for suggestions what to do.

    thanks a lot in advance
    redshoe

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    On 30 Mar 2003, "redshoe" webforumsuser@macromedia.com wrote:

    Video not available. cannot find 'vids:mjpg' decompressor... the
    videos play fine on my machine, but not on another one i tried...
    open for suggestions what to do.
    Chances are very high that you've compressed the video with a proprietary
    Motion JPEG codec. MJPEG codecs typically come with video hardware/editing
    systems. I recommend compressing the video to a different format, or with a
    common codec if you can. You /may/ be able to distribute the codec with
    your project, but check with the software maker to be certain. MJPEG may
    require too much throughput for a typical Dir project - especially if you
    want it to play from a CD-ROM.


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    The thing is that I am able to play the AVIs on that problematic machine but in Windows Media Player and not in my Director presentation. Is this common?

    redshoe

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    On 30 Mar 2003, "redshoe" webforumsuser@macromedia.com wrote:

    The thing is that I am able to play the AVIs on that problematic
    machine but in Windows Media Player and not in my Director
    presentation. Is this common?
    It may be if that codec utilizes the newer DirectShow technology rather
    than the older Video For Windows (VFW) technology. Director's built-in
    digital video still uses VFW and will not be able to play AVIs that use
    DirectShow. However, I am willing to bet that the MPEG Advance Xtra will
    serve quite well for this.

    http://www.xtras.tabuleiro.com


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