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    Default panasonic codec problem

    When I extract it the includec.INF file mentioned in the guide is not there and I only have 3 files

    free codecs.txt
    PANADV
    pdvcodec.dll - how do I run this file if its .dll???

    cheers

    Nick

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    right click on the INF, select install.

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    the INF file is not there!!

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    In windows explorer, go:

    Tools > Folder Options, then select the View tab. Scroll down and untick "hide extensions for known files types" and you'll see that the file named PANADV is the INF file.

    I suggest you keep this setting ON, otherwise you could be fooled into thing a .exe as a .jpg for example.

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    yeah, just realised that after i'd posted
    thanx anyway

    Nick

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