Windows Media Encoder can't read input on WinXP 64, but can on WinXP 32

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by Kurt Swanson, Nov 21, 2006.

  1. Kurt Swanson

    Kurt Swanson Guest

    I have an mpeg2 file which I can read & convert to WMV9 using Windows
    Media Encoder (32 bit) on 32-bit versions of Windows. However, when I
    run off the exact same file on WinXP 64, it complains about one or
    more missing codecs (0xC00D1B83), regardless of whether I use the
    32-bit WME, or the 64-bit WME. The file plays without a problem in
    Window Media Player 10 (after I installed a DVD codec). Ideally I'd
    love to use the 64-bit WME.

    Is there any way I can make WME (64) recognize mpeg2 content?
     
    Kurt Swanson, Nov 21, 2006
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    zachd [ms] Guest

    If you're using 64-bit WME, you would need a 64bit MPEG2 decoder. I'm not
    personally aware of any 64bit MPEG2 decoders - but Vista x64 I believe
    includes one.

    -Zach
     
    zachd [ms], Nov 22, 2006
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