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I agree with rexblaze. AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV Splitter from www.download.com has been useful for me. I just successfully used it to fast forward one of my videos. I also successfully used Windows Media Encoder to repair this video. Actually, Windows Media Encoder can solve various problems, and it’s free at www.download.com. Good luck everyone. reply

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By the way, I chose “Convert a file” in Windows Media Encoder. In Windows Media Encoder, I also lowered the audio and video settings or else Windows Media Encoder takes a long time and creates a new video that’s too big. reply

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i converted the file format using a “legal” version of WinAVI format change. This worked fine for my favourite “Debbie Does Dallas 2000”
god i love stephanie swift reply

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Thank you CB - it worked for me too!

I also had trouble editing my WMV in Vegas 5 - the video only showed a black screen. After the conversion, i am able to edit the clip, fast-forward, rewind, etc.

All because of those few crucial seconds in the beginning....

Thanks again....great solution. Also thanks to Ali for the WM File Editor pointer. reply

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For my videos that can’t fast forward, my AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV Splitter actually only fast forwards for short videos under 5 minutes long. Do you have the same problem, rexblaze? reply

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Nevermind, rexblaze, it’s working again reply

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man, i thought this was going to work, and it seemed like it was, but then i opened the file and forgot it was digitally protected, so windows file editor won’t let me open the file in the editor. any other suggestions? reply

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quote, by SomeOne: “search for a file called mplayer2.exe and you’ll find it, well at least in w2k, not sure about xp."


windows xp it’s in “program files” in the windows media player folder reply

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that dont work, but i figured it out ... im a genius ... haha, i actually know how to fast-forward a DRM file now ... haha reply

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Thanks, CB, for your 1/6/2005 post. That strange little hack worked great. reply

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you’re welcome .. ! reply

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But using the microsoft editor method, from a 22 min movie it now is only 7 mins. Did i do somethign wrong??? reply

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GB u must be a saint dude!!!!! had a gazillion clips of wmv dat didnt 'seek' ur method works like a charm! thank god indeed 4 the internet!!!!!!!!!!! reply

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Great solution, it totally worked! Thanks for your help reply

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Thanks CB! reply

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HI CB, i am able to play the file in Windows Media File editor but , 'MARK IN' button is not enabled (not even the slide is enabled ) only 'MARK OUT' button is enabled ..

I played the file for some time and tried saving again .. no use .. can you pls help me solve this prob .. reply

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god bless america, thank god for forums, i can now fast forward and dive into the good stuff. yeah! reply

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CB, great solution to my “cant fast forward” problem. As Mr. Skin would say...fast forwarding to the good parts!!! reply

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CB’s trick works great! Download and follow instructions exactly reply

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hey CB.. you method works, but it has a limit.. for example. my .wmv file is 55 mins long. when i use your method and did a save as.. that file is only saved at 49 mins long..this is happening with several files for me. did you have that same problem? cause i did what you instructed... played it for a few seconds, click on mark in, and save as.. am i missing a step? help please.... reply

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