Surely they would not dumb down the software?? I supposed that there must be some codec file that just didn't get installed with the 2003 version? No, create an account now. no vids-mjpg decompressor 6. http://amigasuperbit.com/powerpoint-cannot/powerpoint-cannot-find-vids-dvsd.html
Also, Windows Media Player still plays these .avi movies just fine, so obviously there's a codec forthis in my computer somewhere. It uses a proprietary codec -- one which PPT can't handle. No, create an account now. Video not available, cannot find 'vids:iv32' decompressor 2.
Reply With Quote 11.04.2009,04:24 PM #7 stanberka View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message IV Newbie Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 1 Resolved this problem I had the same problem, even The AVI's play fine outside of Powerpoint in windows media player but cannot be inserted as movie or as a windows media object due to the vids:dvsd problem. Auburn St. > Office 522 > Cambridge, MA 02138 > tel: 617-496-6945 > fax: 617-495-9709 > > > > > > > > > > > Reply With Quote 2005-11-01,06:24 AM I downloaded the xvid codec from, http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/ Works like a charm, now.
It needs this to uncompress the video for playback. Getting the right codec for a moviefile keeps providing frustations as long as there are just a few agreements between softwaremakers about moviefiles. From there you could have downloaded the K-lite codec pack. Video not available, cannot find 'vids:lv50' decompressor 3.
Thanks in advance. Can be had from http://www.free-codecs.com/Pinnacle_DV25_Codec_download.htm Bryan. Windows Media Player (WMP) on the other hand is based on the DirectShow (DirectX) technology. http://www.office-forums.com/threads/cannot-find-vids-dvsd-decompressor.169810/ Log in or Sign up PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Word > Microsoft Powerpoint > Cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor Discussion in 'Microsoft Powerpoint' started by Harold Glaser, Dec 6, 2003.
It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). any ideas how to get the video playing. Does someone know how to fix this? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution musicvid10 wrote on 02/28/2011, 09:04 AM I'm pretty sure dvsd is the fourcc for the DV AVI codec, not Quicktime. http://forum.atlasti.com/showthread.php?t=2991 More common ones are listed at http://www.soniacoleman.com/Tutorials/PowerPoint/multimedia.htm That's in section 3, but it would be a good idea to read the whole thing. ppcpilot Guest When I insert a movie in my presentation it only plays sound and says "cannot find vids:dvsd compressor". I can't assure that this will work in Atlas.ti but it >was the same message (or similar). >Kurt > >Kurt W.
Reply With Quote 11.04.2009,04:36 PM #8 Sjef View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Moderator Join Date Jul 2007 Location Delft, The Netherlands Posts 743 Version IrfanView 4.41OS 64-bit check over here Vid Playback Refresh Problem - VB6 - FilgraphManager - Vid Disappe 12. [PATCH] I2C: i2c-vid.h: Support for VID to reg conversion 13. Reply With Quote 16.07.2007,05:18 PM #3 j7n View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Multiple User Join Date Jun 2006 Location Cyberspace Posts 467 Version IrfanView 4.38OS 32-bit Win XP Pro You'll be able to ask questions about MS Office or chat with the community and help others.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? can't add video clip to ppt. I am getting an error message: Video not available, cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor. his comment is here I am getting > an error message: > > Video not available, cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor. > > Does someone know how to fix this?
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? So, obviously Irfanview had a working codec for this somewhere, but somewhere (e.g. Hello and welcome to PC Review.
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Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution bansl wrote on 03/02/2011, 09:35 PM Steve, yes, I am just doing that, like I have been doing for tha Missing vids:VCR1 Decompressor 8. Change org to com to defuse anti-spam, ant-virus, anti-nuisance misdirection. "Harold Glaser" <> wrote in message news:01e201c3bc46$ebfd1430$... > Using Power Point 97 to insert an AVI file. weblink Regards, Steve .
http://www.soniacoleman.com/Tutorials/PowerPoint/Multimedia.htm has some info on what would be considered "more standard." -- ***DO NOT POST ATTACHMENTS TO THIS NEWSGROUP*** Echo [MS PPT MVP] http://www.echosvoice.com > I created a presentation that plays From there you could have downloaded the K-lite codec pack. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 13 Thread: Error Video Not Available cannot find 'vids:xvid' decompressor Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email Cannot find vids:mjpg decompressor suddenly popping up when I viewed a .avi file from my camera.
Sign Up Now! Started downloading free codec packs and installing them. The video clip plays fine from > within MS Media Player. > Thanks > Jimmy Post Top 1. It comes from the camcorder in DV format -- the most standardized consumer video format in the world, and a codec included on every PC that has Quicktime installed on it.
Cannot play back the video stream: no suitable decompressor could be found. 9. Developer Forum Board index PowerPoint cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor by Harold Gla » Mon, 08 Dec 2003 07:18:48 Using Power Point 97 to insert an AVI file. Thanks! Credits to: http://bit.ly/42BZC2 Thanks!
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