I’ve got a movie made up of 2 avi files with no sound. Is there anything I can do?
Install the AC3 filter:
thanks, I tried that but it hasn’t worked, maybe I did something wrong... I saved the codec to my desktop and then installed, was I suppose to save it anywhere special?
I also tried playing the film in something called BS Player with the same disappointing result, but it at least gave me an error message which said “Overlay failed”.
And while the film was running, I right-clicked and found the AC3 codec and when I selected this a graphic equalizer appeared looking every bit as though there was sound playing, i.e. the frequency bars were moving up and down.
The file is called **********_***_(2003).CD1.DVDScr.DVL.ShareReactor.avi and the video codec is XVID. In case you need to know, I’ve tried the DivX player as well to no avail.
What do I do now? Many thanks
I had the same problem as nmsconsultoria and installing the AC3 filter from the location specified worked like a dream.
helped me out too
It DOES work. I think the problem began when using codec packs, I always have problems with nemo.
Thanks for the link, solved my sound codec problem. Saved it to any directory, executed it and now sound works on media player.
Thx, it helped me too. Just instal the codec and run the movie.
helped me too. thanks.
cheers for that one ... superb
Still, it is possible that the file is just plain fake/corrupt
just say the post on the ac3 filter info and it helped me alot, thanks
Amazing... it worked first time! Cheers.
that was AWESOME FrightfoO! ... i have never found such an easy solution from a forum... worked just like that!
Brilliant! Take a bow..... Result!!!
Thanks for your brillant support ... it works perfect!!!!
thanks for your help
it has been ver useful
Thank you... works wonderfully, although a little quietly
thanks man you’re the best
me too! cheers!
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