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Old 06-24-2003, 03:31 PM   #1
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MJPEG support?

My Digital Camera does movie clips in mjpeg *.avi format. In Windows, Apple Quicktime plays them, but I have to pay a license fee to Pegasus ( to enable other programs to use them. This enables me to use avi2vcd to convert clips to mpeg for transferring to VCD.

Before I got this codec from Pegasus, other programs would just report an error like No valid Codec or Invalid AVI file etc.

Now I am using Linux, I find that these files are loaded by most of the media players, however, they all play back the first second of sound and the last second of video.

Does anyone know how to sort this out?



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