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Old 5th November 2004, 10:26   #11
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weird...
very very weird...
i'll get back at this this weekend
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you probably don't have the mediaplayer 9 or 10 codec.
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s media player 10.
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well the files are wmv files, playing them with as well windows media player 9 as 10, playing them with bsplayer, playing them with windvd generates same problem.
the sound is there, the visuals are absent.
mpeg files play perfectly
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VideoLAN is also a very good player, but i prefer BSplayer .
 
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well...problem solved and the solution is very easy but also very confusing.

I have ati catalyst center installed and 4.10 cats...
apparently when installing ati catalyst it changed the settings for video playback for some files to contrast 0%. thus eliminating any visuals...
the movie was playing, it was just not visible.
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allow me to so, bwahahah
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and that got me to install and reinstall about a ton of codecs and players.
I am specialized in NON-problems
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allow me to so, bwahahah
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But it's not a problem you think instantly of.
 
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who sets contrast to 0% ?
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