Playing videos

mf - Jun 30, 2009 at 12:28 PM
Tom6 Posts 142 Registration date Friday July 31, 2009 Status Member Last seen August 7, 2009 - Aug 5, 2009 at 05:58 AM
I downloaded a video from my camera. when i clicked to open the following message was given: Cannot find codec matching selected-vo and video format ox7634706d. I went to codec site and tried to download the software Mozilla firewall wouldn't let it download and instead it produced tab after tab on my computer and i couldn't stop it and had to shut down. Can anyone help me...please

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Jun 30, 2009 at 02:07 PM
Hello in order to view this type of video you will need to install codec on your machine!

Download Klite Codec Pack here:
I tried that but my mozilla firewall blocks it ....the firewall just keeps running and creating tabs upon tabs????
Tom6 Posts 142 Registration date Friday July 31, 2009 Status Member Last seen August 7, 2009 16
Aug 5, 2009 at 05:58 AM
Hi it sounds as though you have 2 separate problems there.

1. The Mozilla web-browser should not be opening multiple tabs like that, please report it as a bug so the devs can fix it (see below)
2. You should be able to get codecs through your package manager, there's no need to download random stuff from websites you've never heard of before.

Note that the K-Lite Codec Pack works only on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista.

It would help if you could post these questions in a dedicated linux support forum
as it deals with a huge range of different versions of linux but is dedicated to linux support.

It might be worth popping along to
to see if you recognise which of those versions of linux you are using. If you see your version listed down on the right-hand side then click on it and navigate to the "User Forums" for your version of linux. They should be able to give much better help in there.

This link might help. Even though it's specifically aimed at Ubuntu most versions of linux work in very much the same way although your package manager might be called something different

Good luck and regards from
Tom :)