Intel Indeo Video 3.2 Codec Download !LINK!l
Intel Indeo Video 3.2 Codec Downloadl
I was using WinXP home, until recently and found this problem. Attached is a file(1) of a video clip I made from a Sony Hi8 Video I converted to QuickTime. My guess is this is not a codec issue and more like a software/video player issue. It will not play in other players as I have tried VLC and Windows Media Player and it play ok.
Hi Pigeon. You will need Windows Media Player installed. If you use the MPEG-4 file codec, which in turn uses the Intel Indeo codec, you don’t need a separate Intel Indeo codec. You only need the MPEG-4 file codec to play movies. Can you send me the location of the file you tried and the reason you think this is not a codec issue?
I’m glad you fixed the problem with the codec. I am not a codec expert, so I have a hard time understanding any differences between the codecs. Can you go back to MPEe 22, and try playing the clip again? Send me the link and let me know what you see. Thanks, Rick
I did download and install MPEG4-file codec (which seems to be an Intel Indeo codec) but have not tried it with the DVD project. However, can you play the file with WinMedia player? What happens? Thanks, Rick
Version 2 of Indeo codecs (IV2 and IV21) were introduced in MPlayer in 2003, and are backward-compatible with earlier version 3.2, but not vice-versa. MPlayer developers released a second, public version of the Indeo codecs between 2003 and 2007.  Version 3 of Indeo codecs (IV3 and IV32) were released to the public in 2009; these codecs cannot decode videos encoded with Indeo versions 4 or 5.  These version 3 codecs are not compatible with version 2 codecs and are known as Indeo Video Codec 2.0 or IVC2.