Installing more video decoders

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  1. tcr071000

    tcr071000 New Member

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    Hey I have a bunch of scattered video files like .avi, wmv, etc that I don't really want to convert h26 or mp4 mostly because whenever I convert I always lose some audio. I have been trying to add video decoders to the /private/var/root/Media_sym/System/Library/VideoDecoders but I can't get it to work or for that matter get the videos physically on to the iPod.

    Anyone tried this succesfully? Seems like it should be possible.
  2. Jonnyfive

    Jonnyfive New Member

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    It would be freakin awesome if you could install other codecs I hate having to convert everything!
  3. pchuownsu

    pchuownsu New Member

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    i cant wait till we get more lol
  4. cynicaL

    cynicaL New Member

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    if someone gets divx/xvid etc to work, omg i would be so happy
    converting all my vids is annoying

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  5. dualcorex

    dualcorex New Member

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    I will bow down to whoever can install divx and xvid codecs
  6. tcr071000

    tcr071000 New Member

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    I don't think it will happen before people start getting the SDK's last in the year.
  7. pchuownsu

    pchuownsu New Member

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    what does SDK stand for?
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    Complexis Retired Moderator

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    Standard Development Kit. Example of one would be Java SDK, which is a development kit for Java applications.

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