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audio codec for Nvidia 3D Vision Player?

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by poky patrol, May 29, 2010.

  1. poky patrol

    poky patrol Guest

    I read the FAQ and it states that if you have WMP11 in Vista installed
    then it would use the audio codec from that for the 3D Vision Player
    when playing a DVD. It doesn't though and the audio coded selection
    box is non-selectable. I then installed PowerDVD10 demo and the Nvidia
    Payer sees their codecs and I was able to select it for audio and now
    the DVDs play in the Nvidia player.

    But why wasn't the WMP11 audio codec showing at all? The demo is only
    valid for 30 days. Anyone know which files and where the codecs are
    installed so I can keep the PowerDVD codecs without using their
    player? PowerDVD10 Ultiamte is over $95.00 and I am not paying that
    price for it because it's worth about $20.00 max IMO.
    poky patrol, May 29, 2010
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