Only the tiniest of improvements ... Copy the sound files into the folder that contains your presentation, and then use the Package for CD feature to update the links, bundle the associated files, and copy your presentation IV 'borrows' your systemcodecs to run your video's, but if the codec isn't there no player can cope with them. To find out what is installed on your computer and what settings are in use, check the multimedia and sounds settings in Control Panel. navigate here
A player that don't need any separate codecs. The download is 4 MB. The dialog box that opens will allow you to embed the videos by selecting Break Link for each link you want to embed. Select the problem you're having for a list of problems and possible solutions. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/73944-Playing-AVI-s-(Powerpoint-2000)
Sponsored Links 06-12-2007, 12:00 AM #2 John Wilson Guest Posts: n/a RE: what is vids:mjpg deciompressor You might try changing the extension from .avi to .mpg see if Sponsored Links « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Cannot find 'vids:MJPG' decompressor. >> >> However, it is strange that I can view the .avi file with >> Windows Media Player (Accessories>Entertainment) >> >> Please help. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.
rob hennigar, Oct 10, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Powerpoint Replies: 3 Views: 8,095 TAJ Simmons Oct 10, 2003 Cannot find vids:dvsd decompressor Harold Glaser, Dec 6, 2003, in forum: Microsoft Powerpoint The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. to find out how Windows Media Player can help you do that. Before trying these, you may want to verify that your media file is on the list of PowerPoint compatible file formats.
I am unable to do this and receive the message cannot find the 'vids:mjpg' decompressor. The Package for CD feature will also copy your presentation and all the linked files to a folder. Rgds. >-----Original Message----- >Confused, > >Have a look a the tip about vids:MJPG near the end of this page >http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com/powerpointtips.htm > >If it works for you please report back here > Password Home Articles Register Forum RulesUser Blogs Gallery Community Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Go to Page...
Move or copy the movie file into the same folder as the presentation, and then delete the movie and add it back to update the link (path information). In the Object type list, click Create from file, and then enter the name of the movie file or click Browse. The sound file format is not supported in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 Although your sound file may have the same file name extension as one in the compatible file formats list, it Then install the codec required to run the media.
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My movie doesn't play You sent your presentation through e-mail, and your recipient says the movies don't play. Movies files are always linked and are not part of your presentation. http://amigasuperbit.com/powerpoint-cannot/powerpoint-cannot-find-vids-dvsd.html Look here for more info: http://snipurl.com/3ql5 -- Geetesh Bajaj, Microsoft PowerPoint MVP http://www.indezine.com/ http://www.powerpointed.com/ PowerPoint Blog at http://www.indezine.com/blog/ "Mr Fleming"
You cannot find and play your movie file. If the path name of the linked movie file exceeds 128 characters, Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 cannot find and play it. Inside its pages you'll learn how to create your own templates, work with multiple masters and slide layouts, and take advantage of various alignment and formatting tools. For a detailed discussion of codecs, see Encoding Audio and Video with Windows Media Codecs. http://amigasuperbit.com/powerpoint-cannot/powerpoint-cannot-find-vids-dvsd-decompressor.html Upgrading will automatically update and embed the files in the newest format.
Having trouble synchronizing your music with your slide show? To do this, copy the movie files into the folder that contains the presentation, and then delete the movies and add them back. Then tried http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/ with no change.
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 My problem was still not > solved. You copied your presentation to a CD, and now the sound won't play on a different computer You did not use the Package for CD feature, or you manually copied the sound Cannot find 'vids:MJPG' decompressor.
However, if you find that you are having trouble synchronizing the music with the slide show, you can use a third-party audio editing tool, such as Audacity®to string the songs together So no matter how frustrated you get, you're not about to chuck the program in the Recycle Bin. I even attempted to download MJPG codec from > websites but problem still unsolved(Perhaps what I've > downloaded were not MJPG codecs?). weblink Tip: Some older video file formats may not work properly in Office on a Windows RT PC.
More About Us... You sent a presentation through e-mail, and the recipient says the sounds won't play Your sound files are linked and not embedded, and the sound files need to be sent along with Maybe some camera-settings are different from your earlier settings. I also have that page on speed dial, but alas, the other came to mind first.