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To play any media on PC needs codec to support it. If you are playing video on Windows Media Player, go to Tools - Options - then in opened dialogue of options go to DVD - Advanced . Here (Properties dialogue) you will find the supported codecs for different media. If the video file you are playing is not mentioned then the video won't play. So download the required codec to support the video file. A better option is install PowerDVD software which plays almost every video file. Download the old version software from the following link.
http://www.oldversion.com/download-PowerDVD-7.html Name: Deluxe Serial Key of Power dvd 7: 7GP2X-RWAWT-QMEQA-6EZ9U-GE356-W3VQD
Also install real player.
We all know we need them so here is the current list and how to find them.
2. Display Quality
3. Hardware and Devices
4. Home Group
5. Incoming Connections
6. Internet Connections
7. Internet Explorer Performance
8. Internet Explorer Safety
9. Network Adapter
11. Playing and Burning CDs,DVDs and Blu-ray Discs
12. Playing Audio
15. Program Compatibilty
16. Recording Audio
17. Search and Indexing
18. Set up TV Tuner
19. Shared Folders
20. System Maintenance
21. Windows Media Player DVD
22. Windows Media Player Library
23. Windows Media Player Settings
24. Windows Update
Getting To The tools And Have Them All On One Page.
Go to Start and left click.
Go to Control Panel and left click.
Left click in the search box top right,and type troubleshooter.
Now look to the left side you'll see Troubleshooting,left click that.
Now look back to the left side and you will see the words View all,left click that.
When the new window opens you'll see all tools listed on one page.
Hope this tip helps.
I'm going to assume you are using a Windows operating system if you are using Windows media player. Windows media player does not come with the ability to burn or rip dvds. If your computer came with a dvd burner installed it should have also come with the burning software. You need to look for software labeled "Nero" or "Roxio" or another name that alludes to the fact that it will burn your dvds for you. Most of the software is pretty user friendly and if you need help using it you can just Google the software name and what your problem is and you can usually find an answer.
Now the tricky part is getting the video to a format that will allow you to burn it to dvd AND be played through a standard dvd player.
In order for your video file to be played in a standard DVD player it will need to be encoded in the MPEG-2 format. You will need software to do this for you. An excellent program would be "DVD Flick"
LifeHacker has put out an excellent tutorial explaining how to use DVD Flick here:
if you are playing with media player then you need a double click on the video screen then it will be appeared on full screen. or right click on screen it will give you the option of full screen view in menu.
other wise download media player classic from internet it has same feature as windows media player.
Try this link to install K-lite codec pack: http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=5881&s=42 It also inclides Media Player Classic. To play DVD open the program, drag the folder VIDEO_TS from your DVD disk and drop it in the program's window. Double click on the picture to toggle full screen and window modes.
Your Windows Media Player couldn't play DVD format because maybe you forgot to select such file type for which you want WMP to be the default player. To troubleshoot this problem please see the following steps:
Step 1: Open your Windows Media Player
Step 2: Right click the bottom portion of the player and select TOOLS then OPTIONS
Step 3: Go to File Types menu and and check DVD video then click APPLY
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.