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Re: playin video file
The possible cause is the files may be corrupt, but if you could play it before then the issue seems to be with the "codecs", install codecs for the same to play videos successfully (Install Klite codec), you can find it here "http://www.filehippo.com/download_klite_codec_pack/".
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Have you got all the codecs and other utilities installed. Depending on the OS you have installed you may or may not need DVD playin software such as power DVD or Win DVD.. DVD playing software is integrated in Windows 7 and later. [rior to these additional software is needed. For web video you should install Adobe Flash/ Quicktime etc. Also, ensure the latest driver is installed for your graphics card. If you need further advice please add more detail and resubmit the query
It sounds like your video card isn't powerful enough for the game (I would suspect). Re-post your system specs and what game you are trying to play and someone can look specifically at your system vs. the game requirements.
See whether another converter program can convert the file to verify whether the WMV file is corrupt or not.
I suggest using MPEG Streamclip (http://www.squared5.com/) to convert the file. MPEG Streamclip is free, but the installation process takes a little more time.
Please try downloading and installing MPEG Streamclip and see whether that has a problem converting the file. If it does, then you know that it's a WMV file corruption issue; otherwise, it's a Cucusoft issue and you'll need to report it to them.
I have also been running into an MPEGENCODER.DLL error about 1/2 way through my 20 minute movie. I am able to Make Movie with a 6 minute version, but hitting this error time and time again. I have removed Virus protection and all unessential system tray loads; defragged drive; downloaded newest Windows drivers; downloaded newest NVIDIA drivers; running Win XP Pro SP3, Intel 3GHZ, 1GB RAM, 76GB/10K spin drive.
I got around this error by moving my library to another location.
I created a new folder, then went to Preferences->Library and chose a new location (the new folder I created).
Flipshare moved all the data, and after restarting the program the problem disappeared.
Not a great solution, a workaround.
Hey everyone, I faced the exact same, excruciatingly frustrating problem. After a quick search, I found forum threads telling me that when Corel Video Studio was modified to suit Vista, something about its 3D transitions got messed up.
So, if you face this problem while using Corel Video Studio on Vista, check that you have removed all 3D video transitions and try rendering again.
This might be a solution:
get into setup mode (before booting) and set the settings to default.
Now, try installing the OS from the cdrom.
You may also want to check if the CD is not corrupt. try that CD with some other computer (to see it getting stuck at the same stage).