How to install/uninstall a codec?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Zalek Bloom, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. Zalek Bloom

    Zalek Bloom Guest

    I have Adaptec AVC-2010 video capture card and myDVD software for
    creating video. After replacing motherboard on my PC - each time I try
    to record a video - it is recording upside down. I searched the
    Internet and found that the simplest solution is to stand on the head
    to watch video, the more difficult solution have to do something with
    codecs.

    My questions:
    1. how to install/uninstall a codec?

    2. using AVIcode program I found that upside-down recorded video is
    using MPG2 = MPEG 2 (SVCD/DVD) codec, but when I go to Start -
    Accessories - System tools-System information - Components -
    Multimedia - Video codecs, I don't see this codec.

    Any idea how to solve this upside-down problem?

    Thanks,

    Zalek
     
    Zalek Bloom, Nov 8, 2004
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    nappy-iou Guest

    Answered a couple days ago in this NG.
     
    nappy-iou, Nov 8, 2004
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    Ken Maltby Guest

    Try a better capture program, Sage TV Recorder used
    to be mentioned as good for that card. Too bad they aren't
    still shipping the AVC-2000, then you could use Movie
    Mill like I do. Check at www.videohelp.com and read the
    user comments for that card, they often point out better
    capture software.

    That is a Hardware MPEG encoding card, the codec it
    uses is in the firmware/hardware.

    Luck;
    Ken
     
    Ken Maltby, Nov 8, 2004
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    Joey Guest

    After replacing motherboard on my PC - each time I try
    Things to try...

    1. don't capture video while standing on your head.

    2. turn your capture board over.

    3. twist your cables so the picture comes through right side up.

    sorry i couldn't resist. i really hope you get this worked out.
     
    Joey, Nov 8, 2004
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  5. Zalek Bloom

    zalekbloom Guest


    Problem solved.
    It was not a codecs problem. When I look on Start-setting-control
    panel-system-hardware-device manager I noticed a problem with Video
    adapter. I reinstalled video adapter drivers and now only when I stand
    on my head the picture is upside down.

    Zalek
     
    zalekbloom, Nov 11, 2004
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