Did you bother reading any of my last posts regarding where to download codecs?
NO! www.free-codecs.com! Not that hard, is it?
In fact, I’m so nice, try here:
READ POSTS BEFORE POSTING PLEASE!
you guy r all noobs except big foot that is go to that site
+ download DivX its the best and its everything u guys need i am pretty sure and if u need a pecific codec then just go to google and tye in “download ?????" and just download it from some crappy site
hey bigfoot have u heard of movies working and comming up with no errors but the movie is really bad quality my friends computer is doing that and i dont know what the problem is any ideas?
he said he downloaded lots of codec but it still doesnt work
If you’re talking about d/l-ed films, that’s your problem, but I assume your not since you’re clearly not new to this sort of thing.
If you’re talking about DVD films, some people quite arbitrarily find their picture is zoomed in. Although its not always obvious (especially without text such as subtitles which suddenyl don’t show completely any more), it has the effect of making everything look twice as grainy. There were a couple of fixes on this site... I’ll have a look and post back.
I can’t think of anything else that might be causing it off the top of my head, but again, I’ll post back if I think of anything.
All the best,
OK here goes:
1. You might want to check this site from Microsoft out if its a problem with zooming:
2. There are a couple of instances of people using recent versions of PowerDVD which detereorate for no apparent reason. Their problems seem to disappear when they change to InterDVD or some other software. You could download a couple of trial versions to give that a go.
3. Some people found that software problems were fixed by a system restart, particularly if they had just backed up a DVD - to DVDR or to Hard drive.
4. If you’re using DVDShrink to backup films, causing the above problem, try turning off DirectX support in the configuration menu of DVDShrink; setting it to “Built-in software rendering” or whatever its called. Also, try updating to the latest version of DirectX (currently 9.0c?)
That’s pretty much it for the mo. I’ll post anything else as I think of it.
All the best,
Go here for all your Codecs needs http://home.hccnet.nl/h.edskes/mirror.htm
Here u will find
K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 1.34
K-Lite Codec Pack 2.50 Full
K-Lite Codec Pack 2.50 Standard
K-Lite Codec Pack 2.49 Basic
QuickTime Alternative 1.48
Real Alternative 1.42
eMule 0.46b build 2
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.01
and much much more........
1. Download QuickSFV. Then, use the .sfv file with that to check that the file is complete and uncorrupted.
2. Download Daemon Tools. Use that to mount the .cue file, and you should be able to use the contents of the image.
There are plenty of posts around this site regarding how to do the above, so just look :)
All the best