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couple of weeks back, I gave an internal presentation that included quite a few videos. Getting these videos to work reminded me just how terrible this corner of the software world can be. I put together https://lukehalliwell.wordpress.com/2008/09/14/codecs-powerpoint-and-the-end-of-my-tether/ my videos using Sony Vegas (this was the pleasurable part - it's fun and http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/error-message-c00d10d1-using-windows-media-player-the-follo.165930/ easy to use), and exported them as AVIs using Xvid. I didn't have any particular reason to choose Xvid, except that I like to try the open source option first, and it seemed to give good results with the default settings (the bewilderment of video codec settings is a story for another day!). The videos played windows 10 in VLC, they played in Windows Media Player, they played from within Powerpoint. At this point I thought I was done, and I didn't bother saving my Vegas project. That was pretty stupid, of course, but it's the only real mistake I made … How not to deal with errors The presentation was to be run on a different computer, so I thought I'd start by checking it worked on windows media player my desktop PC. Although the videos worked from VLC, they didn't play from within Powerpoint. I checked in Windows Media Player next, and that failed too. I'm sure you're familiar with this sight: One of my all-time most dreaded tooltips! And probably this too🙂 Let's see how the Web can help! If you go to web help, here's what you get: You've encountered error message C00D10D1 while using Windows Media Player. The following information might help you troubleshoot the issue. Codec is missing. Windows Media Player cannot play the file (or cannot play either the audio or video portion of the file) because the XVID MPEG-4 (XVID) codec is not installed on your computer. The missing codec might be available to download from the Internet. To search for the XVID MPEG-4 (XVID) codec, see WMPlugins.com Let's count up the clicks to get this error fixed: little red error icon - one, web help button - two, link to WMPlugins.com - three, link to the actual codec site - four, click to download codec (more if the codec website messes you around) - five, and then you still have to go through an installer wizard. It's a tedious process, even when it works perfectly. And who cares about the hex
message C00D10D1 using Windows Media Player. The follo Discussion in 'Software' started by jdeh, Aug 1, 2008. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. jdeh Private First Class Summary of Media Player problem: 1. WMP works for another user account on my PC just fine. 2. Does NOT work for primary user account. I get a codex error msg which I am attaching. You've encountered error message C00D10D1 while using Windows Media Player. The following information might help you troubleshoot the issue. Cannot play the file Windows Media Player cannot play the file (or cannot play either the audio or video portion of the file) because of a technical problem with your computer. The problem might be solved by reinstalling the computer's sound card driver. See the following sections for information about how to do this for the version of Windows that you are running. 3. I have done the following to try and fix the problem: 1. re-installed Soundblaster drivers. 2. performed an XP repair. 3. tried different dloads for codec packages. 4. XP System Restore. 5. regsvr commands in RUN. The only thing I can think of would be that there is something in the registry unique to each user account (specific to using Media Player) that allows user 2 to work but prevents user 1 from playing the EXACT same audio files on my C: drive. Although this is not a show stopper it is a severe annoyance to me, especially since I am a former Programmer/Systems Analayst that cannot let loose of a problem until it is resolved. I have had some tough ones BUT this takes the cake. Any suggestions for other possible remedies? Thanks, Jeff AKA BO BO BOLINSKI Attached Files: CODEC1.jpg File size: 14.1 KB Views: 9 jdeh, Aug 1, 2008 #1 Lev MajorGeek Tried installing the AC3Filter? http://ac3filter.sourceforge.net/ac3filter_eng.html Might be helpful to list what codex you have tried so we don't repeat them endlessly and waste your time Lev, Aug 1, 2008 #2 jdeh Private First Class ac3 filter didn't help. here is some more info from microsoft web: An audio codec is needed to play this file. To determine if this codec is available to download from the Web, cli