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    I searched but couldn't find a related topic.

    Based on recommendations in this forum I've used Nero Recode 2 to convert videos for my 650. But the current version of TCPMP does not include an AAC codec, so I'm unable to hear any audio.

    Does anybody know of a workaround to this, or at least a link to an earlier version of TCPMP that includes the codec?

    Thanks in advance.
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    TCPMP 0.66 should have a plugin file called "tcpmp_aac_plugin.prc" - that should do the trick. (Install it along with the TCPMP app.) If you don't have it, I recommend re-downloading from tcpmp.corecodec.org or mytreo.net/downloads.
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    I think they stripped out AAC due to licensing issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    Nope. it isn't still in there... check the 66 upgrade, and try playing something encoded with psp video 9 or nero w/ mp4/aac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenophonite
    I think they stripped out AAC due to licensing issues.
    Yup. Read about the same issue in the latest PPC version of TCPMP over in another forum. The solution is to use an older version of TCPMP that is known to play AAC.
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    Why not just copy the plugin .prc from .65 and install it with the latest version?
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    Oh because it says its not compatible. Looks like I'll be sticking with .65
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoDuck
    Nope. it isn't still in there... check the 66 upgrade, and try playing something encoded with psp video 9 or nero w/ mp4/aac.
    works great for aac audio here
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    You can get the AAC plugin for TCPMP .66 from this page:
    http://www.rarewares.org/aac.html
    Here is the direct download link:
    http://www.rarewares.org/files/aac/tcpmp.aac.zip
    I tested it and it works fine.

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    rpungin - Your rock, Dude!!!!

    Gosh, I was so frustrated looking for that plugin. Works great now. Thanks!
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    rpungin,

    will you freakin' marry me? Ok, ok, I know that was gay but maaaaan, I have been searchin' all over for this thing. It works great. Your post IS GREATLY APPRECIATED!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpungin
    You can get the AAC plugin for TCPMP .66 from this page:
    http://www.rarewares.org/aac.html
    Here is the direct download link:
    http://www.rarewares.org/files/aac/tcpmp.aac.zip
    I tested it and it works fine.

    Raphael

    Great JOB rpungin!
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    Not sure if these are related but I've never been able to get sound from TCPMP. The videos are .asf and I get a "Audio Codec (0011) not supported". When I put the card in a card reader my computer says they are Windows Media format. What do I need to install to get sound? (I searched but found no answer).

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