Problems playing xvid avi file

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i recently downloaded a avi movie, but i have problems playing it in the xvid player, i can hear perfect sound but no video, can anyone help reply

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07-07-2005 06:57 PM
cristiano_7
4 posts

your audio codec works but you need a video codec - thats if the file is not corrupted - there are details of codec packs throughout the forums reply

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07-07-2005 07:00 PM
Mackie1978
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Don’t touch the codec paks. Get Gspot. Drop the video file on it. It will tell you whether the file is ok, or if you just need a filter that you haven’t got. Then JUST GET WHAT YOU NEED. Not an entire zoo of extras you will never touch.

luck.

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07-14-2005 01:30 AM
topcat139

hi i have the same problem but it works when i read it with divx player reply

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07-16-2005 05:17 PM
six-one

i took gspot and made used it look what it told me http://img301.imageshack.us/img301/483/gspot6kn.png

then i have the good codecs but it does’nt work .....someone could explain to me how to do? reply

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07-16-2005 05:32 PM
six-one

i’m gonna die!!!! all my videos suddently does work!!!!! help me please!!!!!! reply

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07-16-2005 05:35 PM
six-one

SHERLOCK - The Codec Detective - FREE Codec Check Checking Utility!
www.updatexp.com/sherlock-codec-detective.html reply

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07-16-2005 08:29 PM
TopsyTurvy

Can’t play the movie which is in avi form Please help me. reply

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07-17-2005 08:05 AM
Geetesh

Stupid Biath..Read what is written in here b 4 posting!!!!!!!! reply

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07-17-2005 09:03 AM
TopsyTurvy

Two things, firstly that copy of Gspot is ancient, but still works. You, as is usual formost people, have 3 codecs/filters to use to decode Divx type files. Secondly, you didn’t hit the 'render' button,so I can’t actually see what is up with the render, (ie; play the file in Gspot.)
I would do two things, first install an AC3-ACM filter, so win can use it, and also use AC3 Filter, unregister and delete the alternates. Then for the vid filters, clean it up, figure out which codec/filter you would like to use for what file type,and set it up that way so Windows has an idea what to do with the file. You’ll see Gspot use a bunch of diff. filters to render the file. You can right click on the individual Render and then render that alone, see which filter gives you the best quality.

Luck.

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07-18-2005 09:12 PM
topcat139

missing codec reply

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09-26-2011 10:28 PM
satish

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