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My viking mp3 3.52 player is closed decode not playing

Closed app decode file

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Try VLC, it can play most video files, is free, and works on many operating systems.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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My windows media player is not working on video files?


Many video files require a custom codec (a decoder/encoder). There are codec packs you an download and install that will play most if not all video files. Google "windows 7 codec pack". Don't forget to run your anti virus check on it before installing.

Aug 06, 2012 | VSSoftware Windows Media Player

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PLAY HD CONTENT IN YOUR LOW PROCESSOR SPEED PC TOO.


Playing HD content in your pc which got low processing speed with lots of lagging and poor synchronization of audio and video, has become a great issue. Here is the solution for that problem.

Step 1 : Download Media Player Classic - Home Cinema from : http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/.

Step 2 : Download Core AVC Video Decoder from http://hotfile.com/dl/47202507/bb451dd/CoreAVC_H264_Video_Codec_Pro_v2.0.0.rar.html
Or
http://rapidshare.com/files/396874926/CoreAVC_H264_Video_Codec_Pro_v2.0.0.rar

Step 3 : Install Media Player Classic Home Cinema. And now install CoreAVC Video decoder.

Step 4 : Open Media Player Classic Home Cinema. And click VIEW->OPTION.

Step 5 : OPTION windows appears. Select "External Filters " and click "Add Filter" and then select "CoreAVC Video Decoder" from the list and click OK.

Step 6 : In that same "External Filters" window choose "prefer" radio button visible under " add filter" button. Click OK.

Step 7 : You are DONE. Now your Laptop/PC will play HD content easily. Sometimes this Decoder is supported by Windows Media Player and it will also play the HD content easily after you follow the above steps properly.

Note : In some cases, when you install the Core AVC Video Decoder, even Windows Media Player and other media player make use of it and you can run any kind of video files, even you can run FULL HD Videos in Windows Media Player Itself.

The Media Player Home Classic is preferred because, it buffers the whole video first (very fastly) and then it plays. Hence there is no lag in playing Videos.

Thank You.

on Jul 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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CANNOT PLAY 3GP FILES


There are several ways to play 3GP files. My personal favorite is VLC Media player (or if you prefer using Windows Media player, pls refer to 2)
  1. VLC ( http://www.videolan.org/vlc/) media player (freeware) is presented as the easiest solution to playing back many of the common multimedia files that are available. However, while VLC does in fact support the 3GP format, it does not include software to decode AMR audio. If your files have AAC audio then technically, VLC should be able to play your 3GP files.
  2. Windows Media Player can technically play 3GP files, but you will need to install some extra software. Firstly, the 3GP container needs to be accessible and then you also need software that can decode the video and audio (H.263, H.264, AAC, AMR). You can use either

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No dvd decoders installed in windows media player?


If you are looking to play DVD files i.e. VOB files then you can play it using VLC player.

Follow the below link to download VLC player.

www.videolan.org

VLC player plays almost every file format and it does not needs any extra codec to run the files.

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Windows media player won't play DVDs


Hello,
this problem is due to the decoder is missing in media player. you can download and install decoder from here

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/plugins.aspx#DVDDecoder

just install it and play the DVD in WMP.

Question : Is your laptop is DELL???


Sep 03, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Cannot play dvds. says my Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because a compatible DVD decoder is not installed on your computer.


Chances are you need the proper codec to run the DVD. Software companies often write their own 'interpreter' software to read the format they use to encode videos/music files.

Trying doing a search on the internet for the type of file format Windows Media Player is trying to run, then look for the codec for that format. Unless the format is copyright protected, Microsoft should have the codec available on their website.

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I can,t able to play dvd's on window media player 11 becoz i think i dont have dvd decoder for that but i have installed dvd decoder from net it was ''dvd decoder pack for windows xp'' but when i installed...


well you can download the vlc program which can easily play the all format videos........this program u can download it from here

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html

Mar 13, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Media Player

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