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IronWilliamCash
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Installing DIVX codecs for VLC

Sorry if it's a noob question, but is there any way I can get DIVX installed with the portable version of VLC? If so any hints on how to do so ? I didn't see anything in the forum or the FAQ page about this. Thanks for any input

BTW: I run portable appos off a 160 gig external hard drive so space is not an issue.

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DivX and Xvid are built into VLC. Unless you're using the newer proprietary DivX codec -- which no one should be, since it's not compatible with anything except the closed-source DivX player.

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Hi John,

Are the older Divx codecs OK?
If so, how old?

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Roger

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Take a look

here.
They say DIVX (1/2/3) is supported.

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My Bad

Sorry about that, apparently it works, but not on all computers, maybe it's a problem with the other comp I was using. Thx for the input!

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