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Old 19 Jun 2003, 01:47 PM   #1
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Question-2 Codecs Native to Windows Media Player 6.0.* on Windows NT?

how do i check what codecs my pc has?
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what codecs are in the native windowsmediaplayer 6.0.*/WinNT?
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Old 20 Jun 2003, 06:43 AM   #6
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I do not have access to my control panel...
my pc is locked...
I found these details trying to manipulate windows media player.
windows media player version 6.00.02.0902
and that the native codecs to windows is as follows:

DSP Group TrueSpeech Software Audio Codec
Intel Indeo R3.1 Video Codec
Intel Indeo R3.2 Video Codec
Microsoft Adaptive Delta Pulse Code Modulation (ADPCM)
Microsoft Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) ADPCM
DSP Group Truespeech Software
Microsoft Groupe Special Mobile (GSM) 6.10
Microsoft Consultative Committee for International Telephone and Telegraph (CCITT) G.711 A-Law and u-Law
Microsoft PCM Converter
Microsoft RLE Video Codec
Microsoft Video 1 Video Codec
SuperMatch Cinepak Video Codec

does anyone know the compression ratios for these codecs?
I'm also looking for a compressor that will encode into these formats.

I'm looking to add audio and video support to a locked down pc.

I want to avoid loading new codecs, but want to play movies and music on my new pc.

I found the native codecs this morning. I want to convert some of my files to a supported format that is comperable to the compression of mp3/divx. I want to prevent manipulating my pc and do not want anything to show on some sort of install log. Even with these restrictions I do want to exploit the full power of the native codecs.

Do you know if any of the listed codecs have a comperable compression ratio to mp3/divx? If so what encoder will work for it?

The research I've made so far is that the audio versions are comperable to compressing a lossy quality just under the size of a .wav this is not acceptable for my needs.

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