Divx movies won't play even when finished downloading.

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Guys, i need a help with this.

When i start downloading a folder with bittorrent, with episodes of some series as an example.
I start downloading, and there are already 2 completely downloaded episodes. But there are still a few remaining,
But when i got to see those finished episodes
Windows Media tells me it can’t be executed.

But when the whole folder all files are downloaded THEN it will let me watch the movies.

Why does that happen ?
And what can i do to watch the first downloaded episodes while still downloading the remaining ones ? reply

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05-07-2005 05:07 AM
xpulyx

if you have one of those peer to peer sharing files e.g kazaa, limewire, imesh
look for the file called ace mega codecs and download it with that u should be able to watch them if u pause the file downloading or you could use a file called videoLAN which will allow you to watch it whilst downloading but i dont know if you can get it from a peer to peer reply

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05-07-2005 10:26 PM
Josh_1

my file.rar have pass word

how can i get this pass

the website: http://moviecodec.net is blocked reply

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07-08-2008 05:00 AM
flflh
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I like DivX myself, works well, codec is ealisy installed though lately it comes with a bunch of other crap. Supported by various portable DVD players, etc.However, unless support for it is installed with the OS, vast swaths of computer users won’t know what the hell to do with it. My father for example couldn’t figure out how to get a DivX file I’d sent him to play on his PC. Had to walk him through it. Which I suspect is true of a lot of computer users, probably most.With Windows 7 we’ve finally got support for h.264 built in to the OS. If Apple does the same that becomes a viable solution if there’s a common wrapper both support reply

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08-26-2012 03:05 PM
King

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