Need Help With Windows Media Player Codec for Playing a Torrent File

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You can use free (VLC-based) software which allows you to play .torrent files without previous download required. All files are downloaded while you watch your movie and they are temporary saved on your hard drive.

Watch your favorite videos from popular torrent client sites for free with help of this great little software.

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http://www.softblogger.net/2012/10/play-torrents-movie.html reply

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check the quality of the message shown(or open file with any 2 different media players) Then u will understand that the message is a part of the video. It is not showing by any media player software. The video fooled U. Try downloading a new one... reply

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please help me i m new to this ...i cant understand the code procedure...anythng else ...please help me to download and how to plzy but step by step reply

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Download the latest codecs for WMP. Then if youíre still having problems with the avi file. Download a free program called Mpeg4modifier. Drop or load the avi in it, and make sure the bitstream is packed. Just click 'yes' if itís not packed. Then hit save file. reply

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Why not change the Torrent file to Windows Media player accepted video format for viewing? I use Pavtube Video Converter for video transcoding, the output file is in high video quality and can be played in Windows Media Player without trouble. reply

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