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Cannot view video in macromedia projector dvd with projector.exe

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Install NERO 8 or latest & its serials.. The you can view all DVD.Good luck

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I have one slide in macromedia projector exe format and i would like convert this exe to video to put in my site. how i do that?


You need an application for Macromedia exe file converter, you can find many shareware converter applications by searching in Google, download and complete your task.
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Macromedia projector


HI,

Macromedia Projector is a utility from Adobe (formerly Macromedia) which
bundles up a Flash visual presentation into a stand-alone EXE file, so you
can display the images on a PC without the Flash Player installed. Your
anatomy CD-ROM probably used Macromedia Projector to display its anatomy
pictures.

Macromedia Projector is not compatible with Vista. In order to run the
program, you need to set the Compatibility to a previous version of Windows.

In Explorer, find the main EXE file on the CD-ROM which runs the anatomy
program. Right-click the EXE file and choose Properties from the context
menu. The Properties dialogue will appear. Choose the Compatibility Tab.
Check the checkbox in Compatibility Mode, for "Run this program in
compatibility mode for:" and choose and earlier version of Windows - Windows
98 would be a good one to try. Then click OK to save the changes. Now
double-click the EXE file, to launch the program.

Once you have set the Compatibility, Windows Vista should "remember" to run
the program in compatibility mode, so hopefully you only need to do this
once.

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I can not record the video to computer , they as me to install macromedia flash player


Macromedia has been aquired by the Adobe Company.So, the Macromedia Flash has got a new name Adobe Flash player.

Below is the download link

http://fpdownload.adobe.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player.exe

Download it and get install.

That's it.

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Upon starting program, a black screen appears with error message "Problem with Macromedia Projector" - goes no further


Good morning! Possibly, compatibility of the PC OS / VGA card to macromedia projector system is the problem. kindly check your computer system details and compared it to the system details of the macromedia projector. best regards.

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Error telling me macromedia projector has stopped working


it should be error in file. Macromedia projectors are standalone and should work in normal condition.

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Rhem 2 System requirements ok. Screen loads to menu. push play . next screen opens and when orange button automatically clicks, it says Macromedia Projector error... wrote down error sig C:\Docum~1HP...


When I checked the manual--the system requirements said to make sure i had QUICK TIME 6 FOR WINDOWS--installed. So I am going to try this----- they said to go to

www.apple.com/quicktime/

hope it works and gets rid of the big red X

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Epson Powerlite 1815p screen projector - DVD playback video jerkiness when there is motion in the video


Hi,

I am assuming that the DVD plays normally on the display of the Dell 745.

Then the issue(s) may be with the:
1. Networking configuration/set-up of the Dell and/or the Epson;
2. ethernet cable;
3. configuration/set-up of the projector or the Epson itself.

A couple of things you can try:
1. Optimize your networking throughput.
1.1 Increase your PCI Latency Timer to 128 or 255 in the Dell's BIOS/CMOS setup (if present);
1.2 Try running DRTCP.exe and/or TCPOptimizer.exe appropriate to the Dell's OS;
1.3 Disable all other networking activities on the Dell. This may include auto updates, security/antivirus checks, etc. while running the DVD;
1.4 Slim down Dell's startup programs to bare minimum;
1.5 Increase your OS' swap file to roughly double your onboard memory
2. Try running a hub midway between the Dell and the Epson.
3. Verify that it is not the Epson that is problematic by playing a video source to the projector’s Video or S-Video port. If it is, then you have narrowed down the problem to the playing capability of the Epson.

Alternately if all else fails, perhaps you can try using:
1. a DVD player to the projector’s Video or S-Video port; and/or
2. a USB external DVD drive or a CompactFlash card (with a copy of the movie) direct to the 1815p
while settling the main issue.

Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Macromedia projector has stopped


You might try reinstalling Macromedia Projector (now Adobe Flash).

Sometimes if you use compatibility mode to run the game:
  • Click - Start, Programs, Accessories, Program Compatibility Wizard.
  • Follow the prompts to set up the compatibility mode.
  • Use Windows 98 compatibility, and disable visual themes.
Also you could change Apple Quicktime to run video in Safemode:
Quicktime Player > Edit > Quicktime Preferences > Advanced > and under Video Change from DirectX to Safe Mode (GDI)

You may need to reinstall Quicktime, but uninstall the old version first.

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