unsupported video stream

I am trying to convert divx movies to watch on dvplayer using DV Santa, I can watch them fine on computer, but the message is “unsupported Video Stream” can someone help

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11-08-2004 10:20 PM
auskara

I am having the same problem. One thing I noticed that it is only happening with AC3 5.1ch files. How about you??? reply

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11-14-2004 11:06 PM
ed

Read something about the problem may be caused if you don’t have the correct video card. But that can’t be because I can play the movie on my computer. I also tried WinAVi converter, that just hangs after awhile. reply

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11-14-2004 11:11 PM
ed

I’m trying to burn some .wmv’s to dvd with DVD Santa and get the same message. Any ideas appreciated reply

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01-12-2005 09:35 PM
steve

Re unsupported video stream

I gave up and changed programs now using Tmpgenc
source creator and dvd authoring 1.6 brillant have not had any coasters since reply

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01-13-2005 06:43 AM
auskara

For me - the problem was that I had to unregister smoething that was over riding my other codecs. If you see a little green arrow in the system tray when you play video’s - then you need to do it; I went to the run command and did the following: regsvr32 vsfilter.dll -u
You should get a succeeded message - then try DVD Santa and you should be in business - good luck! reply

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01-13-2005 07:23 PM
Hereyago

i had same problem with dvd santa.I used divx to dvd by vso and it converted it no prob.It is freeware reply

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02-03-2005 06:44 PM
acesup

regsvr32 vsfilter.dll -u

did the job for me as well!!
Thanks! reply

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03-23-2005 01:47 PM
rob

thanks for the tip on vso. it seems much better than similar progs i’ve used in the past. it converts damn fast too. reply

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04-16-2005 01:28 PM
another steve

regsvr32 vsfilter.dll -u dont work for me :( “cant find the right module" reply

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11-08-2005 09:39 AM
monkeyface

At monckeyface: I had the same problem. If you get the green arrow, go to the configuration. Search through the tabs and find something about “Load” with a combobox. There will be the line: always load. Change that in “never load”. Now it works just fine. reply

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11-21-2005 03:54 PM
Vipergtsr

if you get rid of the little green arrow then you will lose the ability to have subtitles display. That’s the subtitle filter.
You are having a codec contenntion problem. Try using FFDshow, and remove or lower the priority on the other codecs so that the system can find the right one to use.

As for the ac3 issue, try finding the ac3 acm codec, that will allow win to natively decode dolby ac3 streams. (afterdawn or free codecs)
Alslo to set up the codecs correctly try radlight filter manager, it’ll reg/unreg, set priorities etc.

luck,

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11-25-2005 06:10 PM
topcat139

I cannot get any xvid with AC3 to load into DVDSanta. This program is a load of SHIT!!! reply

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01-04-2006 03:50 AM
Wayne

I tried everything (regsvr32 vsfilter.dll -u)and
C:windows\system32\and copied xvid.ax into that directory....but when using
dvd Santa I get unsupported video error....I then check the more button to see whats up and its always telling me that it needs xvid.ax CAN ANYONE HELP ME?

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03-27-2006 06:58 PM
Richard C. Bastian

Many Thanks, now my DVD Santa works just FINE...
i tried the sentence :

[CODE]
regsvr32 vsfilter.dll -u
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I had the same error like the guy with : Cant Find The Right Module (or something like that)
*i still have the same error, but it works now*

then i tried the RIGHT CLICK on the green arrow and i switched it to ; NEVER LOAD..
*TADA* IT WORKS FINE FOR ME!!


Vipergtsr,
At monckeyface: I had the same problem. If you get the green arrow, go to the configuration. Search through the tabs and find something about “Load” with a combobox. There will be the line: always load. Change that in “never load”. Now it works just fine.
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A Thousand Times ; THANX
And Greetingz From ; Holland (The Netherlands) reply

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11-30-2006 11:07 AM
Kumar a.k.a. Elusive K

how do you get the green arrow up reply

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03-25-2007 09:03 AM
Luke2000

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