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Posted 23 August 2013 - 08:02
You basically answered your own question.
A clean install of Vista and nothing else, means whatever WMP can play OOB. Pick one of those codecs and go with that.
Don't -EVER- assume the receiving end understands anything about PC's, about installing software and/or using alternative programs.... ;-)
If you stick to the basics, there's a minimum chance it will boomerang back at you.
So all the suggestions above for VLC, converters and such are fine, but should be avoided, unless you're absolutely sure the receiving end is capable of adding software to his PC with the basic understanding of how & why.
When sending stuff to clients it's -always- the lowest common denominator, unless it's absolutely clear what they can play otherwise.
Trust me, I've been bitten way to many times by this in the past. ;-)
Posted 23 August 2013 - 08:11