All videos I try to play have a reddish hue

okay, don’t really remember when it started happening.. because at first i thought it was just some weird video file, then i realized that not only is it every video file (with an exception every now and then) but also every player plays movies in red, no matter the extension. players i’ve used are winamp, wmp11, VLC and... that’s it actually. reply

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11-12-2006 07:19 AM
Drin

sounds like a codec problem m8 reply

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11-12-2006 06:54 PM
jenclibee

happen to know what i can do to fix it? reply

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11-12-2006 10:24 PM
Drin

Drin wrote:
happen to know what i can do to fix it?

uninstall all of ur movie and audio codecs and install this codec pack
www.free-codecs.com/Codec_Pack_All_in_1_download.htm

should solve ya problem reply

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11-13-2006 05:50 AM
jenclibee

I too have this problem.

System Specs :
AMD 3500+ AM2
2GB RAM
2*7950gt Sli
800Gb hard drive’s
Audigy 2 ZS sound card
Windows Media Centre 2005 SP2 incl all updates.

I have only got Divx installed which I have removed, reinstalled, system restored etc, which didn’t help!

Just tried what you have mentioned above and still does not help!

Sorry for thread jacking, but i think we can help each other out reply

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11-17-2006 01:02 PM
BiG K

didn’t work for me either..

although, it’s weird. prior to trying this, and possibly even now still i’m not sure, some movies would play reddish, but if i was watching a playlist of movies some would play in normal color, and some would play reddish, and it was never consistent. reply

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11-22-2006 03:00 PM
Drin

windows movie maker is rubbish, even if you have the codec ereths no guarantee that it will work, you better off using a different prog altogether like Nero vision Express is simpler and easier to use reply

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03-23-2012 03:50 AM
Anggi

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