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  1. deenice666

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    how come when i tranfered my videos from my evo to my cpu, i see the video but i hear no audio?,
     

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    Your PC is missing a media component called a codec - in this case, the right codec for your audio to go with I'm presuming is your MPEG4 video. This problem varies by what sort of updates various users have on their computers.

    If you're using Windows, I'm not going to be a great help - try googling for "MPEG4 codec" or "AMR codec" - if you're on OSX, just install Perian - The swiss-army knife of QuickTime components

    Maybe somebuddy with specific Win experience similar to yours can suggest the right package (I'm assuming you run Windows, most people do).
     
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    Open the videos with Quicktime or VLC Player. Windows media player doesnt have the codecs.
     
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    ok i got it, thanks u guys
     
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