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Tsunami Filter Codec Pack


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AAWWFF

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I recently downloaded the trigun series but was unable to view any of them because they were in OGG format. My friend told me to download the Tsunami filter and codec pack. I did, and the video files worked, also some of the videos that didnt allow me to navigate through the timeline started allowing me to do everything. But I noticed that everytime I run any audio or video file there are a few programs that are running. I was just wondering if this tsunami pack is safe.

Edited by AAWWFF, 01 October 2005 - 05:46 PM.

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We'll move this so to 'applications' forum so you may get assistance :tazz:
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I prefer the klite codec pack basic version. http://www.free-code..._Codec_Pack.htm

I would uninstall the Tsunami filter and codec pack. from what I have seen it is slighlty outdated in its versions of codecs.
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