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Codecs FAQ - Microsoft Support
A codec compresses or decompresses media files such as songs or videos. Windows Media Player and other apps use codecs to play and create media files. A codec can consist of two parts: an encoder that compresses the media file (encoding) and a decoder that decompresses the file (decoding).
Video formats you can play on Microsoft 365 - Microsoft Support
Supported video codecs. To maximize compatibility, SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, Viva Engage, and Stream (on SharePoint) supports an extensive list of popular formats including the following video codecs: 012V. ADPCM_G722.
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365, OneDrive (work or school), Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive (home or personal), OneDrive for Mac, OneDrive for Windows
Tips for improving audio and video playback and compatibility in ...
If you experience slow playback, a lag between audio and video, audio stuttering, and frames being lost, there are a few tips that may be able to help you to improve the audio and video playback and compatibility of any media you include in your presentation.
Applies To: PowerPoint for Microsoft 365, PowerPoint 2021, PowerPoint 2019, PowerPoint 2016, PowerPoint 2013
How to troubleshoot playback in Windows Media Player 9
Troubleshooting audio and video playback. Most of the time, playback issues in Windows Media Player 9 are caused by one of the following problems: Corrupted media. Corrupted media can cause irregular playback such as missing audio or video, abrupt ending, or skipping. Damaged codecs.
Media Feature Pack for Windows 10/11 N (February 2023)
VC-1, MPEG-4, and H.264, H.265, and H.263 codecs: Collectively known as "Standards-based codec components." Enable Windows 10 programs such as Windows Media Player to support activities that include the playback and recording of multimedia files that are encoded with standards-based codecs.