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Dale, this looks great. I am tinryg to make a super simplified version for a looped bg video in as3. Are there any resources you found especially useful??thanks,michael reply

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turn of windows aero mode reply

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Just bought alienware aurora r4 with windows 7. My problem is that in Windows media player the video is black screen with audio only - this only happens with video recordings from my cam corder canon FS200 (circa 2010). My latest videos shot on my new cam corder Canon Vixia HFS20 (circa 2011) work fine in Windows Media Player. I’m not sure what suggested video download link from feedbacks in this thread. reply

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Sorry, that is to say.. Which downlaod option from the feedback links I should try in order to solve my problem reply

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go to http://www.cccp-project.net/ and install the codec, it will work fine after that reply

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I think health care is great, i live in Canada, and i don’t have to wait six hours if im hanvig a sever allergic reation because i don’t have the money to get treated right away. i think that people who think tat a person with down syndrom should fend for themselves are wrong because no one chooses to have that happen, the same as no one chooses to fall asleep at the whell, there called accidents for a reason. Go health care! Make everyone Equal for once reply

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i nead it reply

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DIVX IS THE SHITTTT!!!!!! WORKED FOR ME reply

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I’ve downloaded DivX, i’ve installed KLite, i’ve installed other codec packs, i’ve restarted my computer. Nothing.
WMP is convinced that there is no video codec used for it at all. So it won’t show video. I recorded these with CamStudio, and i’d quite like to be able to watch them in WMP without having to convert or use another player. reply

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Hey guys. You know how he said download DivX? Well, i’m here to tell you, that the REASON I HAD THIS PROBLEM is because i downloaded DivX. Once i uninstalled it, everything worked fine again. reply

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After a lot of messing around I got my AVI files to play right. Thing is... I tried almost all the suggestions I got. I switched the preset to “Home” in the Catalyst Center, tried both Gspot and DIVX, and updated my driver for my graphics card. Nothing worked.

Oddly enough, what made it work in the end was actually UNINSTALLING DIVX and all other codec packs I had using Add/Remove Programs in the control panel. If all of the other suggestions here don’t work, I recommend trying this. reply

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None of these suggestions have worked for me. Any other suggestions on how to get a Windows 7 64 bit computer to play old avi files? reply

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CCC Codec install did not work for me. reply

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Changing video to theater mode worked for me, thanks guys! reply

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Get the VCL player (Google)
I wasn’t able to play a doctor who episode with video in WMP,
So the VCL player did... reply

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Yo Pedo oder matse, nice set, endlich packt ma einer mucke auf die seite, da ist das ganze nicht mehr so bewf6lkt, da kommt n biceshn sonne in die seite hahaha Nice Music Indeed, und vor allem nicht son 50 minuten piefke set wo man nur son vorgeschmack kriegt! Full support aus portugalien Hugs and laters El Ramirez reply

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I had this problem as well and it was suggested here that I try this:

go to: start>control panel>display>settings>advanced>trouble shoot>then set hardware acceleration to NONE. It worked like a charm for me! reply


Hey what you have to do is install this http://www.divx.com/divx/windows/.
Plsy a video then when it says or if it says cannot play not recognized format.
then uninstall everything of that program divx.
then try your vid.
It worked for me reply

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