While trying to play videos on VLC you may encounter this problem:

No Suitable Decoder Module:
Vlc does not support the audio or video format “undf”. Unfortunately there is no way for you to fix this.”

There could be two reasons for this:

  1. The media file you are trying to play is either incomplete or corrupted. If this is the case, then please try getting a clean copy of the media file or re-downloading the file is the solution.
  2. The other reason could be because VLC player does not have the required codec to play that media file. If this is the problem one of these two solutions should work:
    1. Check the version of VLC and if you have outdated version, download the latest version and install it :  – Click to Download.(To know how to uninstall a program, go to ‘Note‘ at the end of this post)
    2. If the file does not play, even after downloading the latest version, then download this codec pack : “Combined Community Codec Pack (CCCP)” and install it : – Click to Download

Try running the media after you’ve installed CCCP and they should work fine.

Note:

These posts should help you uninstall a program:

  1. Uninstall programs that are not removable.
  2. List and Uninstall programs.
  3. Uninstall or remove a program in Windows (Microsoft Windows).
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