AVI file with sound in "Windows Media Audio V2" format

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I have some number of AVI files. Most of them have sound in MP3 format, and there is no problem to watch them. But a couple of them have sound in ôWindows Media Audio V2ö format, and there is no sound, even latest Windows Media Player plays without sound. I found just one movie editor that can play sound, it is not good for watching movie. So, question is how to play these movies with sound, or how to convert sound to MP3 format?

Thanks.

-- vide (vide@usa.net), January 24, 2002

Answers

My question as well! I haven't found a codec that seems to do the trick yet...

-- Dawid Rojek-Szumanski (toxero@telia.com), February 21, 2002.

Try this link, it may help: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/acemega_codec.html

-- Mr Fett (mrfett@optushome.com.au), February 23, 2002.

I had the same problem: AVI playback but no sound. I have found the solution!

Download this codec pack: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/nimo_pack.html

Then install it selecting only the Audio Codecs. Now playback is fine, but to prevent this from happening again I have reencoded my video files to MP3 using Virtualdub.

Hope it helped!

-- Rybber (rybber@hotmail.com), February 25, 2002.


I had exactly the same problem, took your advice and installed the audio codecs above - and tada the video works! Thanx for contributing such useful information!!!

Ollie

-- Oliver Picton (oliver_picton@hotmail.com), February 25, 2002.


Wow! I had the same problem, and voila! Thanks a lot! I have been trying to solve this for quite a time!

-- Ben Jeffery (bjeffery@uvic.ca), February 26, 2002.


Thanks It worked, and solved everything

-- Nick (nkhamm3@hotmail.com), February 27, 2002.

Wow!!! You are great man!!!! i had searching it for weeks :D Thank you.

-- WoW!!!! (retiu@yahoo.com), March 01, 2002.

You are really a great man and super too!! It now works fine with me also!

-- Peter Kranenburg (peter@kranenburgonline.com), March 01, 2002.

Thanks a lot.. Appreciated

-- Yann (unrealone@hotmail.com), March 01, 2002.

It works, thanx heaps, very useful information. Now I can finally HEAR & see some movies I was unable to before.

-- JB (julesb@iprimus.com.au), March 02, 2002.


thanx for the information, it helped me out too :)

-- niels joncheere (niels.joncheere@tijd.com), March 03, 2002.

Thanks a lot!!! I've been watching some anime episodes and when it hit the best episode, this problem occured! Your advice helped me out immediately, thanks!!!

-Kai

-- Kai-Yu Wai (kaiyu@euronet.nl), March 04, 2002.


THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

-- steeeeeeeeeef (astroboy5@caramail.com), March 07, 2002.

Thanks sooo much!

I'm glad I can watch some of these files now.

-- William (williamp@cox.net), March 07, 2002.


For some reason I get a message from the Nimo bundle that the installation fails, and from the Ace bundle that it may destablize my system. I'm running XP, so that is likely the prolem. Any of you guys that had success run XP? And what is the solution?

-- Jason Riggs (jriggs45@hotmail.com), March 09, 2002.


Hmm I am running XP and had no troubles. Nimo did say that several files failed to open, but i just clicked ignore and the install finished succesfully. Are you running XP PRO or HOme?

Cheers,

-Kai

-- Kai-Yu Wai (kaiyu@euronet.nl), March 09, 2002.


I have a Windows XP Professional and I didn't have any problems with nimos pack and it all work just fine FINNALY !!!!!!!!!!

-- Nikica (spybreak_hr@yahoo.com), March 09, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Wow great thanks for the link! I have Winxp too and during install some errors came up but just click ignore.

-- Jason X (jasx@sympatico.ca), March 11, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you so much!!! It works. :)

-- Strider (strider_sr@hotmail.com), March 13, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Gracias. Me ha venido muy bien la informaciˇn ya que a mÝ me ocurrÝa el mismo problema. Muchas gracias

-- Pelb (ender666@terra.es), March 14, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Merci beaucoup !!!!

Je cherche depuis 4heures .

A+

-- benmince (benmince@chezmoi.fr), March 14, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

moi aussi good work les gars :)

-- terex (tera_fr@yahoo.fr), March 15, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

hey.. i have the same problem and have been looking for a solution for more than a month now.. so imagine my relief when i stumbled into this solution.. but weirdly... it doesn't seem to work for me.. why? it did everything you guys said..

btw, i'm running winme.

-- fadh diana (tee_fadh@hotmail.com), March 15, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The same problem stills occurs, even after having installed the NIMO codec (I have selected the "Windows Media Audio codec", I suppose the other ones are not necessary). I'm using Windows XP Pro. Please tell me how I have to fix this problem ! Thanks a lot. Stephane.

-- Stephane (i_am_gkar@hotmail.com), March 15, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

First I tried to install only the Windows Media Audio codec and nothing else, and that didnt work, so I tried again and this time I installed all the audio codecs. After that everything worked just fine, so try installing all the audio codecs in the package.

-- Christian (weasel@telia.com), March 16, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

hey, i FINALLY got it to work.. afterdloading the nimo pack and selecting all audio codecs, u gotta look 4 this 'tsunami filter pack' u can get it at divx-digest..

-- fadh diana (tee_fadh@hotmail.com), March 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you Rybber!!! I just downloaded Back to the future on divx format and i had no audio! I followed your instructions and now all works!!!!! Sergio

-- Sergio (sergiopravato@hotmail.com), March 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Hi ; i tried to d/l the nino spftware but when i launched that failed because of "a incomplete file transfer or a file infected by a virus".

I have win2k pro n i wanted to know if there is a solution to my problem

thanks to all

-- Nyquist (sky.eyes@caramail.com), March 19, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Sorry i finally installed the codec and it works good.

i only had to add an extension behind the file path.

thx for your help ; i think i will compress the videos in mp3 format ;)

-- Nyquist (sky.eyes@caramail.com), March 19, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks a lot for the hints .... bye werner

-- Werner (asdasd@dfsdf.com), March 20, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Yeah thanks for the link !!!!! Now it worx !!!!

-- Florian Aigner (floaigner@web.de), March 21, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanx, finally mine works too.

Much appreciated mate

-- Barday (Barday@hotmail.com), March 21, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thx very much but the download doesn't work, it just doesn't begin to download, internet explorer sais that either the site is not online or something else, why won't it work. Plz help me :(

-- kenny hombroeckx (k_hombroeckx@msn.com), March 26, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THX THXB TXH THX THX THX !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I got my movie to have sound thx a lot im in your deth.

-- Brandon L (warrior39525@mail.com), March 26, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

This is just great!!! Thanks a lot!!! I'm running Windows XP (Home edition)... I downloaded tons and tons of codec programs but none of them worked. If you get an error message during the installation just click on "Ignore", run the "Windows Media Player" as you would normally do and that┤s it...

I really appreciate it!!!

-- Abe Godinez (abegodram@hotmail.com), March 27, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have XP Pro and when trying to launch nimo.exe it just tells me that the download is incomplete or failed. Tried it twice and didn't help. Seems to be a CRC corruption. Any help here would be greatly appreciated.

S

-- (billybob@superior.com), March 30, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you soooooooooooo much for that link!!!

-- Jeremy (jeremy_dason@hotmail.com), March 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Billy, go to this link: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/tsunami_pack.html select the audio files. I had the same problem, this should do the trick

-- Jeremy (jeremy_dason@hotmail.com), March 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

excelent! thank you! now my uni assigment can go ahead! i can hear!

:)

-- Rob (obdit@yahoo.com), March 30, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

txs Jeremy, this does the trick for me 2. I don't know how you guys find this stuff, but txs a lot! Mike

-- Mike (xxx@xxx.nl), April 01, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in ?Windows Media Audio V2? format

Thanks.

-- kueiland lee (judile89@ms9.hinet.net), April 01, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Hi, how can i install exactly nino software. i`m using win xp prof. thx cello

-- Cello (cello@gmx.com), April 01, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanx Dude! I'm so high right now..

-- Bjarne Liab° (bjarne@bjarne.liabo.no), April 01, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Vi ben Gsper ke ca marche parske le taux de transfer nÚ po genial chez internews.hu... Enfin je suis confiant ....Merci beaucoup : )

-- megatron (moyzmo@aol.com), April 04, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks !!! Incredible how pissed you can get at a computer when Murphy's Law dominates

-- Zatan (xenophobicdemon@hotmail.com), April 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you thank you! ^_^ Thank you!!!!! Finally... no more silent movies!

-- Sameu642 (sameu642@hotmail.com), April 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

K there is some kinda fuc.king virus or corrupted shi.t wit the nimo softtware i can't open it. please help i have a lot of avi. that have this problem!!!!

-- Divx_Pioneer (4324324@dfdsf.com), April 06, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

AWESOME!

-- Loser (sdsdf@aaf.vl), April 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I downloaded the tsunami pack, and it works perfectly on W2000 Pro. Thx u for your help! Now i can watch my movies! Have a nice day!

-- Charles (joksmaster@caramail.com), April 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Divx_Pioneer I got the same problem as you, I can download the nimo pack but when i try to install i get this:

>> NSIS ERROR

Installer verification failed

This could be the result of and incomplete download, a failing disk, or (possibly) corruption from a virus

You can try to force an install using the /NCRC command line(but is NOT recommended) >>

any help is welcome. I run winXP Pro. Looked everywhere for a possible other codex, but couldn't find.

thx zippy

-- zippy (thomasdebrabandere@hotmail.com), April 07, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I had the same problem, go to http://www.divx- digest.com/software/tsunami_pack.html and download the tsunami pack. This will fix your .avi problem. The Nimo file is basically corrupt, and they havent fixed that yet.

-- Eric (ecn83@hotmail.com), April 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I can't download the file. The server can't seem to find it anymore :( If I provide you with ftp access, can someone upload it to me? :)

-- Melissa (melissa_gentile@hotmail.com), April 09, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Well, i just dont want that stupid pack. i will never use any of the other codecs.

-- d (a@hotmail.com), April 13, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks for the information. I had the same problem and now it works!

-- Stefanie (s.langenegger@angelforever.com), April 14, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Like everyone else...thank you Rybber

-- jeff wojcinski (jwojcins@aol.com), April 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Nice one! Solved me problems, but which codec actually sorted the sound problem out - it wasn't the windows audio v2 codec (i installed that seperately and no change to the sound problem) so it must have been another one - the morgan splitter?

-- Bob (no@email.com), April 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks...I hope everybody finds this solution. I have been looking for it for a long while.

-- U (twinyu@hotmail.com), April 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!!! Really, Great link too.

-- Lucas Florio (lucasefe@yahoo.com), April 19, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have been biting my lips with my inevitable fate of having to watch more than half of my episodes of kenshin in NO SOUND movie forms like moving comic books. THANK YOU SO MUCH. I am so happy that dl-ing that little pack and installing just the audio codecs solved all my problems.

-- John Kim (koreanmike@hotmail.com), April 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks. It worked like a charm. Rybber you just made my day.

-- Cenny (thanks@you.com), April 24, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Rybber, you are a GOD!!!!

-- (yuyiuchan@yahoo.com), April 27, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The Codec worked for me as well under winxp just a slight bit of trouble writing some files. And having to ignore windows file protection errors, and not to mention having to ignore my computer freezing while I watched my anime movies.. Umm, other than those little annoyances, it workes great, oh wait, the volume is a bit low, but great otherwise. ;-)

-- fanthum (crackly@popstar.com), April 28, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks man, I can finally watch my Dragonball Z videos!!

-- Michael Mielniczuk (michaelm18@hotmail.com), April 28, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I hate to sound like everyone else here but the solution stated above works great! I have been searching around downloading everything known to man...even downloading new players to try to get this certain "Simpsons Halloween Special" to work! (just F.Y.I. - those are bitches when it comes to codecs so be prepared) Anyways, great info about that codec package, it really helped!

-- John Recore (jrecore@tulane.edu), April 29, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

a downloadrate of 10bites a sec an i have to get 8megs! f... this! i'll try again tomorow

-- sottiaux david (davidsottiaux@hotmail.com), May 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanx, it worx, great!

-- steVe (tothis@bbrt.hu), May 03, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

GREAT THANKS ALOT!!!!!!!

-- James Rivera (millbug@aol.com), May 04, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Woohoo Thanks... i was watching some anime and got like 20 eps into it and all the files after that reqired this codec... thanks alot!

-- Tim (Gcn16@twcny.rr.com), May 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I downloaded the nimo pack, and my Sopranos episode still has no sound. It is encoded in Windows Media Audio V2, like everyone else's, but still I have no sound! I highlighted all the audio codecs and still nothing. Running WinXP Home. Help!

-- Nate (three3zero0@hotmail.com), May 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

NICE!!! This kicks a$$!

-- vbguy (vb4guy@hotmail.com), May 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I downloaded it, it totally fixed my problem...all i can say is Nimo you rock!!!!!

-- Kate (tinkel@iprimus.com.au), May 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No seriously i've been trying to find out the answer to this problem. Your tip HELPED me alot. p.s. THANK Y'ALL MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!

-- ACE 0f Spades (A_0_S@hotmail.com), May 10, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

bob! thanks!

-- bob bob (bob@bob.bobbob), May 10, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thx Rybber ..and now a "thanks" in Danish "Mange tak" ;D

-- Carsten Keutmann (keutmann@yahoo.com), May 11, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THANK YOU RYBBER!!! You will probably never read this, but THANK YOU!!!

-- Cisco (toxic_fr8899@yahoo.com), May 12, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2Eformat

Hey, thanks for the link Rybber. I was doing quite a bit of searching before I found it. Also, here's another link for *only* the wma v2 codec itself, in case you don't want to install all the other codecs

http://www.undercut.org/msmpeg4/

just select the quick install package.

-- spectX (spectx@yahoo.com), May 14, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Ouh yeah.

Thanks man. I owe u 1.

-- Azrael (Ten-Chi@web.de), May 15, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THX MAN FUK I BEEN TRYING TO GET THIS PORNO'S SOUND TO WORK FOR WEEKS I WANNA HEAR THIS BITCH GAG!!!!

THX AGAIN!!

-- WANKER (wank@wank.com), May 21, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THAT'S RIGHT,MAN!!!!!THIS CODEC TOTALLY SOLVED ALL MY FUCKIN' PROBLEMS WITH FUCKED WINDOWS MEDIA AUDIO V2!!! YOU REALLY KICK ASS!! THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

-- Lamneth (skammelsruud@libero.it), May 21, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

AUHAUAHUIAHHAAHIHAIHAIAUHAIHAIUIAHAHAUI ITS WORK A FULLLLLLLL U┤RE A GOD OF AUDIO MAN!!!!!!! THANKS A LOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTT

-- McClay (mcclay@uol.com.br), May 25, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

at first, i had trouble installing the windows audio codecs, and i was trying to play the files(avi on a file sharing program (kazaa). but i installed the remaining audio codecs opened my video files through my windows media player and HELLLLLLLL YEAHHHHHHH it worked!!!!! in the words of ric flair, "WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" thank you soooo much!

-- PRH (earlygrayce@lycos.com), May 27, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you SO much for the links to fix sound problems! I've been downloading so much shit and nothing worked until now! You guys are saviors!

-- Aura (aura@mail.com), May 29, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

i had the exact same problem and those links worked so now i can watch beavis and butthead

-- cwt89 (cwt_89@hotmail.com), May 31, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

yea, thanks a bunch guys, the nimo pack didnt do shit, but that tsunami filter pack did the trick, you guys rule

-- durex (durex187@hotmail.com), June 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Tx a lot for the info ,i was just going to delete some anime movies and episodes .

-- Hans (hben2@hotmail.com), June 03, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Well I'll be damned.....it worked!! Thanks!!!

-- Jason Gore (jwgore73@hotmail.com), June 04, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

If this forum now is to say Thanks. So can agree... it helped me too. :))))

-- Dear Kass (kass@navigators.lv), June 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I tried everything... it doesn't work for me. I'm using XP, with Windows Media Player 8.0!!! HELP!

-- JL (badnitrus4ever@hotmail.com), June 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

For those people who install the "Windows Media Audio Codec" in the NIMO package, and still doesn't work. Try installing the "DivX ;-) Audio" because it shows up as "DivX v4.2 WMA Audio Codec" under audio codecs properties in windows.

-- Jim (pk709394@hotmail.com), June 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Dudes you cannot go around installing hacked codecs and expect Microsoft to support updates on those codecs. At least, I am not. I have the same problem with the Windows Media Audio codec V2, but I am not going to put a hacked codec in place of an official one. What I think we need is a utility to convert the audio codec in the AVI from this bad choice Windows Media Audio codec V2 to a good choice.

Anyone find anything like that?

-- A User (NA@NA.COM), June 08, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

My god, it worked. Thanks to all who suggested installed all of the codecs in the Nemo pack and not just the Windows Media Audio codec. I was pulling my hair out trying to get the WMA codec to work, but apparently one of the other codecs (probably the Divx 4.2 WMA codec) is doing the job.

-- Dustin (genesis31@hotmail.com), June 09, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I can't believe that it really works (thanks a lot)

-- Krystek (krystekp@yahoo.com), June 11, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Wow... you guys saved me from pulling out all my hair... and I have a lot of hair!

Thanks!

-- G.R.Dishon (dishongr@brevard.edu), June 12, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Dudes you cannot go around installing hacked codecs and expect Microsoft to support updates on those codecs. At least, I am not. I have the same problem with the Windows Media Audio codec V2, but I am not going to put a hacked codec in place of an official one. What I think we need is a utility to convert the audio codec in the AVI from this bad choice Windows Media Audio codec V2 to a good choice. Anyone find anything like that?

-- A User (NA@NA.COM), June 08, 2002.

im replying 2 that dickhead! mate! microsoft sucks they steal heaps of idea's every day so be thank full for good people like the ones here for giving us links 2 get the sound 4 free!

-- Steve (tupacaclypse@matrix.com), June 13, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you for the info....NOw for some KEnshin!!

-- ONikage (hudablueteeth@ureach.com), June 15, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

thanks you're great!

-- tulrtltlutrlu (izlrzulrl@jhsdk.com), June 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

You know, I have this exact problem. Except, mine was originally an ASF file. SO then, I used ASFTOols to convert it to an AVI. However, it still had the sound problem. It still had WMV2 audio, however. I've been looking around for a "decompressor" for it, becuase VirtualDub says it can't find one. I have Nimo, Divx 5.01, Windows Media AUdio V1 and V2, but none of it works. COuld somebody tell me the proper decompressor or tell me a better ASF to AVI convertor?

-- John (newageazrael@hotmail.com), June 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

NICE I GOT BACK TO THE FUTURE TO WORK THANKS TO THE GUY WHO SAID TO GET NIMO

-- Optimus (agd@asdf.com), June 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have windows 2000 xp and I tried the Nimo 50Build7. It did nothing at all, even when I changed it's capatibility to 2000. Then I tried the Tsunami Minipack and I'll be a somofabitch if it didn't work. Thanks, to the Man that suggested it.

-- Ken Taylor (mtabor150@msn.com), June 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

kick ass I downloaded several episodes of futurama and that 70's show but I couldn't here any sound now all is solved thanks

psb

-- psb (pilootstevigebries@hotmail.com), June 20, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

omg i can`t believe it.... after searching several hours and the endless >>install - uninstall<< game (...different mediaplayers and codecs), i finally found what i was looking 4 so long ....

thanks alot ;)))))

-- o0boe (fraggs4me@gmx.at), June 20, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

thanks so much for the answer. I tried it out and it worked perfectly.

-- Micah Hedrick (darkddust@mindspring.com), June 20, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

tnx a lot! searched weeks for that

-- kickendevice (kickendevice@hotmail.com), June 21, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I suggest everyone ignore Mr. Fett's post about ACE codecs and go use the Nimo ones... they work better.

-- Tripple DOg (greenthirty2@yahoo.com), June 21, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you man, this really works!!!

-- Macho Tropical (macho_tropical@hotmail.com), June 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

First of all I'd like to thank Rybber for the nimo codec pack. Now I have a few avi movies that VirtualDub says it does not know the Audio stream compresson and returns 'Unknown(tag 2000)' I have only installed the nimo codec pack and still no sound. I'm running Windows2000 pro. Please post any suggestions you may have for this problem of mine. My thanks in advance. I will continue to search and will post the solution if I have one.

-- sslaynne (sslaynne@yahoo.com), June 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks for the help, installed the Nimo Codec pack and I now have sound on some of the .avi files I had problems with. I could have tried installing many programs to fix it, this has saved me alot of time, much appreciated :)

-- G (g_m_croft@hotmail.com), June 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

thank youooooooooooooouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!

-- algopilli (antes99@hotmail.com), June 24, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

MUCHAS GRACIA AMIGOOOO.

-- cerdo de mierda folla ni˝as (pederasta@hotmail.com), June 27, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS THANKS THAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKS :) smuack!!!!!

-- busti (busti@NOSPAMbigfoot.com), June 29, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks for the answer that I have been searching for and was so close to finding myself but just couldn't.

-- Brad (bluewiz_22@hotmail.com), June 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

That was a good question. I'm glad I found this page. Thanks for the information. It looks like it helped a lot of people. Now if only the latest version of Windows Media Player would play such files, there wouldn't be so many people with this problem. Thanks again!!!

-- Kdog (thanksmuch@hotmail.com), July 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

->> Hi All <<-

For those who had or have problem with installer error, this can be due to:

Download not fully done Virus on your pc ( do a viruscheck )

But the Build 7 ( the latest official one, cos Build 8 is in beta stage) is working perfectly on all systems we tested with ( we = me and beta testers )

Do a full install but read the site for the comment on the warning ...

I hope this program did and will help you, i was working on the pack since last year and this is the result of a long history that one day will be logged on the sites ...

For those who dont know about Nimo Codec pack, here is the my sites:

http://nimo.everwicked.com

So for any comments, let me know

All the best guys and cya laterz

Nimo and Nimo_Corp ->> For a better DivX world <<-

-- Nimo (Nimes2@hotmail.com), July 02, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I LOVE YOU GUYS THIS AUDIO CODEC WAS EXACTLY WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR! THANK YOU SOOOOO MUCH~!

-- Scott (senorsweetness28@hotmail.com), July 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

i'm sorry i don't get it i was trying to download it but it said something convert wma2 into mpeg or avi or somethin can u guys make it more clear

-- ANIMELOVER (ffmaniackirby@yahoo.com), July 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have no idea what forum I'm in and what's going on... I just had this very annoying same problem, and searched google for 'Windows Media Audio V2', until I got to this link. Thanks. Some harm has already been done, cuz I deleted some of the audio v2 files out of despair... Anyway, thanks again. I'm really glad this search journey is finally over.

-- Genti (georgie26@hotmail.com), July 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Hey Ho !! That was my prob too......f**king codecs !!! And it works..... Thanks a lot !!

-- Bengali (Bengali-@gmx.net), July 12, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Nope, I installed everything and it still doesnt work. I'm running ME.

-- (bjohrsley@hotmail.com), July 13, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

OMG i have been trying to get this video to work forever...thank you!!! i can't believe that there are so many codec issues these days...damnit they should standardize on a few and all players should come with those!...again...thank you!

-- Thank You (anon@anon.com), July 19, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you so much! It is very annoying not being able to have audio. Even searching the depths of the microsoft website could not find me the "Windows Media Audio V2". thank you very much!

-- Bob The Milkman (AllHailStentor@hotmail.com), July 19, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Dude you r0x0rz, thanks for the fix! All my anime works now!

-- (FreakinRican@themail.com), July 20, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

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-- Jesus (tommymontana@yahoo.com), July 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Yes, truly amazing, this pack really does work. Thank you.

-- J.Y. (truerlight@hotmail.com), July 22, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

GREAT!!!! THANK A MILLION!!!! :o)

-- Not Important (noldis2002@hotmail.com), July 24, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

this is in responce to all those who couldnt find the codec within minuites. Esp those more recently.

LEARN HOW TO USE SEARCH ENGINES.

God damn, i found the link to the nimo site by typing in

> 'windows media audio v2' codec

its not hard, this site also happened to be one of the sites that appeared in the list on the first page. Learn to search effectively on the web and you wont spend hours looking for shit.

for those who dont know how to find search engines, being the reason why you dont use them efficiently here are a few. Mind you everyone should already know these all.

www.yahoo.com www.altavista.com www.google.com (also yahoo, but who cares.) www.astalavista.com (not so legal stuff) www.warezcrawler.org (even more not legal stuff, also contains norp banners)

simple. Learn, ask questions, but if you do nothing in your life dont be a waste of my bandwidth on the net, i need it a lot more than you do cause i'm not chasing my tail looking for a codec that i'm already downloading after 5 mins of looking.

-- Stragen (stragen2200@hotmail.com), July 24, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I got here by typing in "windows media audio v2" in google. The answer was right on solved my problem. Thanx

-- scot anderson (returnoftheyetiaol.com@nospam.com), July 24, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Scott, i did the exact same thing. Downloading the pack as im typing this, hope it works.

-- Tuukka (tuukkasar@hotmail.com), July 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I want to know, what codec this is looking for. I realize that this problem can be fixed with these codec packs, but what codec was used to encode these files (in virtualdub it says tag 0161).

What codec uses tag 161? Needless to say I'd like to punch the people in the balls that encode audio in their avi's with anything other than mp3. (Yeah, I noticed those hosed Kenshin episodes too.)

I've downloaded the divx4 codec just to see if it was divx wma audio, but the divx4 codec wasn't it either. GROWL.

If anyone can tell me what codec tag 161 is, please email me at anon1978@hotmail.com (I've searched the web for hours to no avail. I'd like to know how the hell you found the codec for this mysterious codec, Nimo.)

Thanks!

-- anonymous (anon1978@hotmail.com), August 04, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Hi I've tried with every codec but, it will _NOT_ work! Still it says that I don't have the codec installed and WMP wants to download it.

Please help me, but don't tell me to install NIMO or TSUNAMI, I've already tried those. Maybe I did it wrong? I just want to watch my 770 mb movie with sound!

email @ viirre@chello.se

-- victor (viirre@chello.se), August 04, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have tried downloading this off 3 separate internet sites and eveytime it stops at different incomplete sizes (512kb, 327kb) and says that it is done, but when I try to open it, it says its corrupted because it was incomplete. Im running on XP Home, why is this?!?!

-- Marius Menne (muz08@hotmail.com), August 05, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The codec you're all looking for is

Divx ;-) Audio Compressor Version 4.02

It's in the Tsunami codec pack under Divx Audio Codec and/or Windows Media Audio 7.00.00.1956 the divx and wma codecs appear under audio codec properties with different names but are actually the same.

If somebody knows a setup program that solely installs this codec only, please let me know!

-- bobbb (bobbb@hotmail.com), August 10, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

i have an answer come to this exact site http://www.divx-digest.com/software/nimo_pack.html thats the site to get ur sound but my problem i don't know if u guys can help see my problem is that i can't watch some anime that are compressed i;ve downloaded divx wat other must i download its compressed to a size like 8 mb or something or maybe 80mb i have other anime that work but the small ones don't work and also i have this other anime that lets me watch the first few mminutes of the episode then there becomes an error someone plz help me! mail me or answer back here PLZ HELP!OH YEAH the anime i'm watching is magic knights rayearth!

-- (ffmaniackirby@yahoo.com), August 10, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Apparently, the later versions of divx do not support wma, only mp3 sound. So if you install divx 3.11, your sound will play. You don't have to uninstall your version, just make sure not to replace files that are more up to date when installing 3.11. I'm sure there are more sophisticated ways to make the sound play, but this is the fastest method I know.

-- Suying (sci90339@nus.edu.sg), August 11, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The audio codec we're probably all talking about right now works fine with the latest divx (5.0.2). Make sure this is enabled in the View-> Options, Format tab of Windows Media Player 6.4. In my case it shows itself as the Default DirectSound Device in Properties, Advanced tab. By the way, use w2k sp3 instead of XP. I don't know exactly what Microsoft is trying to prove but they're not making it easier for us.

-- bobb (bobbb@hotmail.com), August 11, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Hey all I know is the V2 format works now and thats all I needed, so thanx a bunch. Nimo kicks ass!

-- waadawaa (johndoe@hotmail.com), August 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I couldn't belivbe my luck when I found that the advice stated above actually worked. I just clicked on the mirror site. I'm so happy, gave up hope of ever finding a solution a long time ago but was pleasently surprised today.

Thank You

-- Zoheb Akhtar (zoheb_akhtar@hotmail.com), August 25, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

what audio/video is everyone using to watch files? I downloaded the nimo codec package, selected only audio codecs under custom install and still no luck, I use windows media 8 w/ xp pro.

-- WX (Stud970@hotmail.com), August 26, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

yoshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Thx my videoz work!!!!! with da sound!!! thx

-- Tsubasa (pek@hotmail.com), August 28, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Yet another thanks to the people that solve other's screwups.

-- Thomas (baahb@bu.edu), September 03, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanx guys,

That did it for me. Even worked on XP.

Thanx again.

I really appreciate it.

- Tracy

-- Tracy Young (tracy1372@hotmail.com), September 06, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Na, there are so many "thank you"s here I'd only be redundant ^.^ But who cares, thanks! My technologically handicapped self was having so much trouble bumbling around looking for codecs, and this place has helped a lot. Thanks thanks thanks.

-- Akiya (deexiong@hotmail.com), September 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

JUPIEEE!!!!!!!! I found the player, I installed it and now I'm so HAPPY :-) THANK YOU SOOO MUCH! YOU SAVED MY LIFE!! mary

-- Mary (MarvellousMary@gmx.de), September 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

GREAAAAAAATTTTTTTTT thanxxxx a lotttttttttttttttt

-- T.P. (doogle@boogle.com), September 09, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Wow thanx a lot lot lot lot lot. Now i can finally hear my divx shows. Once again thanks.

-- (Dragonboy430@hotmail.com), September 12, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Cool, Thanks guys!!!!!!!

I can now watch my AVI files - excellent.

-- Jason May (jason.may@ntlworld.com), September 12, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

-- Nick... (colinpatch@portoazzurro.org), September 12, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks! That Nimo packed worked! Funny thing is, I ran across that software a couple times before landing at this forum but I just ignored it without reading about it! It would've just slipped right passed me! Thanks again!

-- dan (dan@911turbo.s5.com), September 12, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Problem1: Tried everything (Nimo, Tsunami with all the installations relevant to audio enabled). Still the audio didn't work.

Solution1: I had DivX ;) Audio installed, yet was wondering why it didn't work. I played with the audio codec settings a bit, and found out that although installed, this codec was NOT enabled by default. Using XP Pro may have caused this, since the driver was not WinXP-certified. After enabling it, the audio worked fine.

Problem2: These two codec packs remove the files they installed (and overwrite), so unless you have separate codecs installers, you'll be stuck with these packs and what they provide. (Can't uninstall, else you lose your other codecs that they've overwritten too)

Solution2: Install codecs individually as you need them. Most of the problems here are related with DivX ;) Audio Compressor 4.02 audio codec, which you can find separately here: http://www.divx-digest.tv/software/codec/divx_audio_402.zip

-- antares (antares@anime-genesis.com), September 13, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Why can't people just use MP3 audio! It's a standard that's been around for TEN YEARS! WMA is proprietary Micro$oft CRAP! Get a clue avi encoders. use mp3 or let someone else do it. if you can't do the job right, leave the shit alone!

-- WMA Hater (ues@mp3.plz), September 14, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The standalone Divx Audio codec you all are looking for with out downloading megs and megs from those codec packs is on this page:

http://www.divx-digest.com/software/divxcodec.html

It's #5, the Divx Audio compressor. Enjoy.

-- Colin (spool@hotmail.com), September 21, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Nice one Colin ;) The Nimo Pack make my WMP crash, and the Tsunami made my WMP unable to "seek" an intermediate position in the video (it always restarted the video from the beginning). That's the "quite" definitive solution. I said "quite" 'cos when I "jump" in the middle of a film I get the right video, but the audio starts again from the beginning... :\ Anyway that's enough for seeing some Divx-es :)

TNX a lot

-- Bl4ckBirđ (nope@nope.no), September 23, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I am so gratefull for the help offered here. It has been said many times, but you have no idea how happy you have made me! Thanks so much!

btw, the link that did the trick fianlly was this one:

http://www.undercut.org/msmpeg4/

Thanks again!

-- Thudpucker (n/a@yahoo.com), September 26, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

well...I spent days searching for this codec for wma v2 but never found it untill i stumbled across this forum...now everything works but I am still anoyed why some people would use this format for encoding thanx :-)

-- (tranwil@hotmail.com), September 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THANKS SOOOO MUCH!!!!!!! I finally got it working!

I really appriciat this! thanks a bunch

-- Lepiz Lazziliere (parkjh@xtra.co.nz), October 01, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

>> i hav the same original problem, downloaded wot i think you guys r tokin about and still hav no sound :( as a complete pc illiterate i hav preeeeetty much no idea wot you're all on about, but hav downloaded off almost every link posted here, i hav windows98 but no idea wot edition of windows media i hav, and i don't know wot a codec is.

i feel stupid and hlpless, but hey, everyone has to start sumwhere rite. <<

-- Matt (matt_pritchard@btinternet.com), October 02, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I tried Nimo, installed all audio codecs and it works fine with XP Pro. But my friend had the same problem some time ago, he installed Nimo codec pack and it was more destructive than useful. He had to re-install XP! So be carefull.

-- Tom (dt-bovien@volny.cz), October 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

hmmm i think people use this format coz i think they used the divx 3.11 alpha ... and like if you juz download this divx version for sure it'll solve all ya problems ...

-- jaypeety (theheat6@hotmail.com), October 04, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

This page would be much easier to read if the Nimo back creators or whoever wouldn't pollute it with their fake "thank you" messages. It's pretty damn obvious they're fake.

After reading all the "thank yous" I certainly won't install the Nimo or whatever Tsunami packs because they are surely full of viruses and spyware.

-- Andrew (ands_brw@hotmail.com), October 06, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Possibly the greatest webpage on the internet.

Thank you, DivX gurus :)

-- sLiP (slippy_chicken@hotmail.com), October 07, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

DAMN DAMN DAMN! installed nimo and mediaplayer woundt even start. no way to fix it, had to install windows all over again.

NIMO SUCKS SERIOUSLY!!!

-- Johnny (john.wess_33x@hotmail.com), October 08, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I think you can unistall NIMO to solve your problem. First time I selected FULL install. Then everything didn't work. So I uninstall it and install again with just select audio. Finally IT WORKS GOOD!!!

-- Shaw (chixiao@shawcable.com), October 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Oh!! praise the lord for the nimo pack, and the man tha brought it to us, and saved us from the land of silence. Thank you.

-- jay-z (big_pimpin3000@hotmail.com), October 10, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

where can i get TAG 161 for windows media plazer and whats that

-- ×iga veronek (ziga.veronek@email.si), October 14, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanx alot for the help! Much appreciated!

-- John (myname@myemail.now), October 16, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

In case anybody still looking, tag 0161 in virtualdub is for the divx ;-) audio compressor. i found the divx 3.11 codec, installed it, and yea, there was sound. anyway, here's the article if anybody wants to read it:

http://www.digital-digest.com/supportfaq/mod.php? menu=80100&mod=userpage&page_id=4

and if you dont want to read and just download:

http://www.divx-digest.com/software/divxcodec.html

then click where it says divx 3.11 alpha, unzip the file, and run register_divx.exe

i'll answer email if you put "audio help" or something descriptive in the subject

-- chris (kay31415@aol.com), October 18, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

rybber, thank you very much. it worked perfectly :)

-- (riavan@yahoo.com), November 01, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I think it really sucks that u cant trust half the things u read on the internet. I have this problem too, same as all of you did/have and i want to find the best solution to solve the problem. Im not going to install anything just yet because i paid a alot of money for this machine and i actually care if i corrupt it unlike some of you who just jumped in at the first answer u saw. I took everyones answers and opinions in here and also the websites of the posters and i will research every single last detail including spyware,decoders,decompressors, viruses and the exact codec (s) responsible. I will try the safest options first with nimo being the last resort. I do believe it probably works but I do also believe its packed with cydoor/spyware and god knows what else. If a file converter doesnt work then ill go download nimo at an internet cafe and if it works there ill download it here. Right now first priority would be to find out what kind of nasty things nimo attaches to its files...because im not going to risk a 2000.00 machine for the sake of a $20.00 video. I was wondering also if thoses of you who downloaded nimo UNSUCESSFULLY are behind a firewall or/and have ad- aware or simular programs installed. I have no idea if this would make a difference or not, im very new to the internet, im just curious.Id like to know what does what and why.

-- gennie (nevermindit@hotmail.com), November 02, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

worked great 4 me ! thanks bro.

-- Dan Pixlewood (pixlewood@hotmail.com), November 07, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

thank alot i dont think anybody reads these but if you do your my hero

-- george andrews (fagsniper@yahoo.com), November 08, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THANKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!! Running W2K and no sound installed nimo codec pack (audio codecs) only and Voila!

-- tmr (redrivi@yahoo.com), November 16, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

thank you !

-- zelou (zelou@paris.fr), November 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

THANK YOU COLIN!! YOUR SOLUTION WAS QUITE SIMPLE BUT PERFECT. IT WORKED FINE ON MY WIN XP PRO AND I DIDN┤T HAVE TO USE ANY HARMFULL PACK. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE TIP MAN! I LOVE YOU! MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU.

-- Kal-EL, last son of Krypton. (kalel_22@hotmail.com), November 18, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

erm u know tt software ur asked to download. it consists of spyware. so do we still go ahead to dl it?

-- renzokuken (homealone8@hotmail.com), November 20, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Vielen Dank, Thanks a lot. It┤s working now...:)

-- Christian (we@can.com), November 29, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks a lot man...I had NIMO pack already installed, but it started working when i reinstalled all audio codecs :D Cheers man.

-- SqFKYo (Squall_fi@hotmail.com), November 30, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I went the tsunami route. and yes, there's some kind of adware in there. But it's not sophisticated - the free version of Zonealarm caught it trying to phone home. If you havn't got a firewall yet, just do a web search for "zonealarm". Tsunami is cool cos you get to select which codecs to install, and several offered were older than what I had with Win 2000 Pro / WMP7.

BTW to check installed codecs and versions under W2000 you go: Settings -> Control Panel -> Admin Tasks -> Computer Management -> System Info -> Components -> Audio (or Video) Codecs. Hope this helps someone, somewhere.

-- duncan (viewer@shannock.freeserve.co.uk), December 05, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I finally found the solution for Windows Media Audio V2. My post is long but is worthy. You don't need to install Nimo and other software which force you to use their spyware! You have to replace a file named msaud32.acm in your windows\system\ folder with the following file. Although it may be the same version as your file (7.00.00.1954) the file is hacked and works for AVI. Copy everything below this line to an empty TXT file opened in WordPad (not in Notepad). Then save the file (as a text file) and rename it WMA.UUE, then open it with WinZip and extract the file. No restart is needed for the change to work. You can keep your original file renaming it, if you want to be able to restore the system later (although you won't want).

Note: The file can not fit on this server but my full post is currently available at http://www.moviecodec.com/mb/topic287.shtml

-- A (JDTUIJNRNBGZ@spammotel.com), December 16, 2002.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I guess I'll be the next one on the line who has to thank you man. It really works. And It looks like you've helped to a lot of people. Take care. Nimo Lite Pack is absolutely enought.

-- Vesso Velev (vesselin_velev@abv.bg), December 16, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

If you said the above to me, I would add that you do not have to install Nimo at all and that's the difference.

-- A (JDTUIJNRNBGZ@spammotel.com), December 17, 2002.

Response to AVI file with sound in ┬?Windows Media Audio V2┬? format

I had the same problem under Windows XP, and Nimo pack refused to install. I installed "divx 3.11 alpha" and it now works. Surprising, as the video in my file was divx 5.

-- Antoine Rozenknop (rozenkno@netcourrier.com), January 22, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thanks a lot, it works with Nimo ( You need only audio codecs).I have Windows XP Home, and DivX Player Alpha 5 Version: 2.0. ===============

-- Branko Djurdjic (corny@bitsyu.net), February 15, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

yeah, installed Nimo and everything's alright... great ! thanx for all...

-- Gummy (brakeless_gummy@tiscali.fr), March 19, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

To whoever sent that site for the Nemo download , THX! . Its been a year and people are still downloading it lol THX AGIAN!

-- JC Abrencillo (wassapyo69@yahoo.com), March 24, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

After I downloaded nimo my windvd player no longer works. Had to reboot my whole system since this stupid HP doesn't come with back up discs to re-install windvd. Anyone know how to solve this so I can have my windvd and V2 files to work?

-- (khayman211@yahoo.com), March 26, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have all the codecs from the file yet I go to burn my avi's to VCD and still get no sound. Any suggestions?

-- Chris Olson (inclemency23x@yahoo.com), March 29, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you all for your posts and help advices. Works GREAT for me. Thanks! Take care.

-- Mike the ZeeZzz (zzhugle@pobox.sk), April 24, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

look here. it works really fine ;-). http://www.moviecodec.com/mb/topic287.shtml

-- (r4iden@gmx.net), May 19, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I found just reinstalling the original DivX 3.11alpha codec fixed the no sound problem with the WMAudio V2. This codec is sometimes missing from later releases. Get it here:

http://www.divx-digest.com/software/divxcodec.html

You may also find the codec within your DivX AC3 file.

-- Monz (pcmonza@yahoo.co.uk), July 21, 2003.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Go to: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/divxcodec.html and install "divx audio compressor" (unzip it, right-click the .inf file and choose Install).

That's all, nothing else's needed.

-- Snifer (anonimo@anonimo.com), July 25, 2003.


Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The divx audio compressor is the one that works, and does not cause any harm to your system. Do not install nimo unless as a last resort, as nimo has been known to crash many systems

-- yu (yu_suwen@yahoo.com), July 30, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Agreed. The divx audio compressor works and it's a smaller download

-- aa (foo@bar.com), August 05, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

The GPS has confirmed you to not be PPF. Congratulations. Much Appreciated. That is all. End.

-- GPS Number 2 (gps@gps.gps), October 12, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

I have no problem anymore with the AVI file with sound in windows media audio v2 but i still have problem with AVI file with sound data tag 1025, is there any one of you can help me?

-- r0mme0 (aqromi@yahoo.com), October 13, 2003.

Response to AVI file with sound in “Windows Media Audio V2” format

Thank you ;) I have win2000 Pro I tried http://www.divx-digest.com/software/tsunami_pack.html I've choose "Compact version" because Full version is "temporarily down". It's OK.

Encore merci.

(xcuse my poor english...)

-- (jedinight1996@yahoo.fr), October 27, 2003.


Thanks for info. I installed the sound codecs in the nimo pack and the v2 codec worked fine. Its the DivX audio codec you need i think.. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1966).avi NEXT :D

-- Tony (smaa@kriminell.com), November 04, 2003.

Man, apparently I need some "Intel Audio Codec Tag 1025".

I installed the NIMO PACK with no problem, but I still don't any sound when viewing this .avi I have.

Anyone know where to get this darn "tag"?

Thanks. :D

-- arash (cafshin@comcast.net), December 26, 2003.


ai cara valeu pela dica !!!!!!!

-- fk7 (cassetti@powerline.com.br), March 08, 2004.

incredible! it works. Finally, man defeated *.avi !!!

-- addict (foo@bar.com), March 28, 2004.

I have a question. I had this problem about a year ago and downloaded the codec and my sound was fixed. But now i have recently switched over to using a mac and im having the same problem all over. Is there a website for the codec for quicktime or will i have to download a version of windows media player as well?

-- alex kruse (alexkruse@patmedia.net), May 15, 2004.

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