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  • Quick and easy installation. Plays AVI and other videos in Quicktime Player. No separate interface required. My computer is running OS 10.4.11. I installed Perian and can now play every video format except WMV in Quicktime Player. They play flawlessly (I use Windows Media Player 9 to play WMV files.)

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  • Great stuff, I hope that becoming part of Lazarus will help to make it even better in the future!

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  • nice container.a lot of russian videoengineers like this format

  • Good and useful software

  • Easy to install and use. Thanks

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Languages

English, French, German

Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop, Information Technology, Legal Industry, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

C, C++

Registered

2002-12-06