Green Media Player 12

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by night.fox, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. night.fox

    night.fox MDL Member

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    Good day to all.

    When I tried playing avi file, for some reason, I could hear audio but the screen is green.

    I was using Klite codec x64 earlier same. I uninstalled and installed win7codecs both 32 and 64 components, still same.

    Can somebody help me on this? advance thanks to all
     
  2. LQQL

    LQQL MDL Addicted

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  3. Lich King

    Lich King MDL Addicted

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    CCCP Codec.. it's the best and no impact on the system.. try it out..
     
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  4. night.fox

    night.fox MDL Member

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    @ LQQL, thanks I have been using VLC since XP and vista but I think WMP 12 for me is good enough except of course the changing of infos for my mp3.

    @ freeman, I have tried CCCP codec but for some reason, unable to play flv files. I am using 64 bit of WMP..

    anyway, I have installed win7 codecs again and I found the problem. For some reason, there must be a conflict on the DirectVodsub and Microsoft Splitter. I found out that when I am using .sub file for substitles, it is causing the green problem. So I configured
    DirectVobSub and on the AVI configuration of win7codec settings, I used Gabbest filter, cause Microsoft Filter and Haali's filter are causing Green on the WMP when I play AVI file with substitles (.sub)... and now it should be okay
     
  5. LQQL

    LQQL MDL Addicted

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    Ah, okay. I see.
     
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  6. genuine555

    genuine555 MDL Expert

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    For flv-files, the best way to go is still vlc player, or km player.
     
  7. odinthegreatone

    odinthegreatone MDL Junior Member

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    You can try k-lite codec pack.
     
  8. night.fox

    night.fox MDL Member

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    Well with some codec packs WMP 12 could play FLV also. As for me, I dont want to install a lot of media players as right now, wmp 12 is playing all media files including mkv files. I dont know about rmvb though.

    I have been using k-lite codec pack but I find Win7 codecs much easier and more convenient cause I am using the 64 bit media player. Thanks anyway mate
     
  9. mamber

    mamber MDL Novice

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    Just uninstall all that crap codecs-packs and you'll get all that you want. Win7 itself has support for all common codecs. As alternative way you can try MPC-HomeCinema or latest snapshot of FFDShow (those with DXVA support). But as for me, Windows 7 builtin codecs doing job very well.

    P.S.: you really need to forget those crapware called K-Lite*. K-lite isn't good solution for your media, it is a source for your troubles with media.