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Cant Fast Foward Some Videos Stored On Hd?


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#1 SPL Tech

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Posted 03 December 2006 - 03:27 AM

I am having a problem playing normal .mepg video files. I do not know if they are all mepg’s. Some could be .avi’s and other formats, I am not sure. But the problem is that when I try to fast forward a video file I downloaded it lags bad. The video gets “stuck”. The media player just retains the image present at the time I fast froward and the audio keeps going as so does the slider bar, but not the video. Some times the video starts playing after a few seconds and some times it does not start playing at all. I have this problem in Windows Media Player 10 and WinAmp but NOT in Total Video Player. I have Ace Mega Codes pack. Any ideas? Also it only does it with some videos and it did not do it at first when I installed Windows.
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Posted 06 December 2006 - 08:20 PM

Ok Do the following :

First we need to establish whether the problem is with the movie or with the player.
Download Gspot here and download Video Inspector here Install both the programs and open Video Inspector. Browse to your computer to the movie you want to play and stops and klick render. VI will tell you what is wrong.

As far as the Ace Mega pack is concerned as you can see here there are mixed feelings about it. Let us wait until you get some results from VI and than go on.




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