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Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Gary Andrew, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. Gary Andrew

    Gary Andrew Guest

    So I have been trying to play the movie, "Ghost in the Shell", but
    quicktime won't play this 700mb MOV file. It says that it doesn't have the
    right software, and that the correct software is not for download from the
    quicktime server. Are there any codec that could help my play this file, or
    any codecs in general that don't come with windows that I should download?
    I already have DivX. I think this movie might be using something called
    3ivX or something, but the only download I saw was a trial. Somebody help I
    like this movie a lot and would like to add it to my collection.

    Also if anyone wants download some of my files, just let my know via
    E-mail ()

    -Gary Andrew
     
    Gary Andrew, Jul 2, 2004
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  2. Gary Andrew

    Jim Berwick Guest

    "Gary Andrew" <> wrote in
    news:2r6Fc.596$O14.10@lakeread03:

    > I already have DivX. I think this movie might be using something
    > called 3ivX or something, but the only download I saw was a trial.
    > Somebody help I like this movie a lot and would like to add it to my
    > collection.
    >


    It is probably Xvid (a clever reversal of divx). Try playing it with
    Windows Media Player instead of Quicktime. Also google for the "kazaa
    codec pack" which has just about every codec you will need.
     
    Jim Berwick, Jul 2, 2004
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  3. Jim Berwick <> wrote in message news:<Xns951A5451B8BDjimbsnipnet@207.103.26.26>...
    > "Gary Andrew" <> wrote in
    > news:2r6Fc.596$O14.10@lakeread03:
    >
    > > I already have DivX. I think this movie might be using something
    > > called 3ivX or something, but the only download I saw was a trial.
    > > Somebody help I like this movie a lot and would like to add it to my
    > > collection.
    > >

    >
    > It is probably Xvid (a clever reversal of divx). Try playing it with
    > Windows Media Player instead of Quicktime. Also google for the "kazaa
    > codec pack" which has just about every codec you will need.


    ya try that
     
    Timothy Burke, Jul 4, 2004
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