TCPMP - HELP! ACC no longer supported

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  1. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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  3. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    oh ok...i thought someone said that it didnt work for them
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    I just tried it to make sure and it works fine.
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    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    ok great thanks!
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    Hate to dig up an old thread

    I have been trying to get this to work for me for a while now too. I have downloaded some video podcasts in .mp4 format and installed the acc codec and I am getting the message that my video codec (AVC aka H.264) is not supported by the player. Anyone have any ideas for me?

    Thanks
  7. MBK2

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    Do you have the ffmpeg plugin in your TCPMP folder?
    I think that will allow TCPMP to support the AVC H.264 encoded MPG4s.

    Or was it the AC3??
    I have both in my TCPMP folder but haven't needed it for anything.
  8. clayof2day

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    Hey Man, thanks a lot, that plug-in solved it...sort of. The audio and the video play now, but the video is super choppy TCMP tells me I should increase the buffer size. Any ideas on how to go about solving this one? Total noob with this stuff, sorry guys.

    Matt
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    Options > Settings > Select Page > Buffering > .....not sure what will correct the choppiness for your video format but you can try differnt settings.
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    OK, i know this is a very old post, but it seems that the link you used for older cab file no longer works. Just wondering if you could help me find it.
  11. crailtapSB

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    I know this post is very old but I am still looking for that older version of TCPMP with ACC decoder. This link you have on the post doesn't work anymore so I just thought i'd ask if you still have the file and can give me a valid hyperlink. Thanks bro
  12. MBK2

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    You only need the AAC audio codec plug-in from the 0.66 version of TCPMP, not the complete older version. Keep the 0.72RC1 version of TCPMP and download the AAC codec and install into the TCPMP folder...

    http://www.rarewares.org/files/aac/tcpmp_aac_plugin.windows_mobile.0.66.zip

    Make sure you extract and install the smartphone version.
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    Worked!

    I got it to work by downloading the above file, extracting it and opening the aac.cabs.0.66 file, reading the readme which tells which CAB file to select and install and finally restarting my Q. Thanks!

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