Reviews by Pete


Panasonic DV Codec
on 19 May 2008 , reviewed by: Pete

# 1

This codec works fine, however it causes Windows Media player, Vegas, etc. to fail on certain files (non standard files, like video from digital still cameras) because it thinks it can play them, but in fact can't. V-dub will give an error message on loading such a file. (WMP won't...)

To remove codec:
Go to the Control Panel, go to Sound and Audio Devices, go to Hardware, scroll down to Video Codecs, click Properties and select the pdvcodec.dll and click Remove.




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