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Combined Community Codec Pack [2011-10-29] Beta


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<img src="http://www.nsanedown.com/images/logos/CCCP.png" class="logo" alt="CCCP" title="CCCP" />The CCCP (Combined Community Codec Pack) is a filter pack specifically built for playing anime. It has been assembled by some of the most knowledgeable people in the anime world, and one of the primary design goals is to play as much as possible with as little as possible. The CCCP attempts to be as unintrusive on your system as possible. The CCCP was created to unify the filter packs provided by several groups into a single reliable pack capable of decoding anime from practically any group without breaking compatibility with anything else.

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Yeah I don't know what I did to ruin the THumbnail previews for my system...

Apparently only .avi files display Thumbnails on Desktop/Folder's.

Everything else just shows the Extension icon.

Don't know what I might've done to have this affects... And just not sure how to get them back for other Formats as I used to be able to see them all. ><

CCCP claims they have nothing to do with it although ther ewas a user on the Forums (CCCP) that asked about the same thing.

Did some googling and most solutions are for WinXP opposed to Win7 and sources also say it can be caused by 3rd Party codecs.

Not sure if anyone has any possible solutions.

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I had this problem too, and only with CCCP. So yes, it's the CCCP's fault!

Edit: You can fix that with Codec Tweak Tool.

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SacredCultivator

That tool looked promising, but too bad when I Selected All and Applied, nothing changed =/

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EDIT:

Okay nevermind I somehow got it working again,t hough I think it was help/thanks to the tool.

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