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Wannabe Geek

# 37797 18-Jul-2009 13:02
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hi all.
gave some movies to a freind mostly avi, pc runs vista .tried to watch movie ,sound only no picture, installed K-lite codec pack got a picture now but has green stripe middle of picture in some ,horizontal line of blue blobs at bottom of picture in others. using windows media player classic to view. would uninstalling original codecs help ? whats the problem anyway ?
please help a struggling newb out. thanks

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  # 236660 18-Jul-2009 14:01
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This needs to be in the HTPC forum, someone will probably move it for you soon.

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  # 236663 18-Jul-2009 14:05
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Done :)


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  # 236664 18-Jul-2009 14:08
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What format are the movies in? Are these recorded from TV or ripped from a DVD or acquired from other sources?

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  # 236685 18-Jul-2009 16:04
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ive used "ffdshow-tryout" for ages. no problems. others i've used had problems with lip syncing.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 236693 18-Jul-2009 16:42
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thanks sbiddle

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  # 236694 18-Jul-2009 16:44
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5 of 6 movies avi format and 1 mp4 ? all are downloaded torrents

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