I recently downloaded the Adobe Media Player. I would like to view the catalog, but when I click on "Catalog" nothing happens. Also, in little letters next to "Catalog", it says "Offline". However, I am on the internet. I have a Windows Vista computer, so it should support the software. Is there a way to fix this problem, so I can view the Catalog? Thanks for any help!
According to the Adobe Website: "Effective June 18, 2009, Adobe Media
Player software no longer contains third-party content in the default
catalog. As part of Adobe's initiative to focus on and streamline
business priorities, the decision was made to refocus efforts away from
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Hold the CTRL key down while this software is starting. This process will prompt you to recover the catalog. If you don't see this pop window then try it again as timing this right will ensure you see the window.
If your catalog cannot be recovered then rename the hidden file psa.prf - This file can located under your user profile folder:
Windows 2000 / Windows XP - C:\Documents and Settings\[username]Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\3.0\Organizer
Vista or Windows 7 - C:\Users\[username]Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\3.0\Organizer
There are 2 ways you can do it.
1. From Adobe website, click Download now and it will self install: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ 2. If you are behind a proxy, it may not work, so you need to get a standalone version from a software website like Softpedia for Windows: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/WEB-Design/Flash/Macromedia-Flash-Player.shtml
Hi. Just right click on the file you are trying to play and select "Open With..." and open it with Flash PLayer or using INternet Explorer to check if you have indeed installed you Flash Player. You can also try to use "VLC media player" on playing your media files. The software is freely downloadable on the net.
It's because you don't have an Adobe Flash Player installation yet. It is very useful... It lets you view sites that have shockwave files, movies,etc. Download updated Adobe Flash Player. Here's the link:
Click the Agree and Install now button. A box will appear, Click the Run button to automatically install it for you.
You haven't been very specific regarding the software you want. What type of media are you trying to read? You can download Microsoft Windows Media Player for free from Microsoft.com, Flash Player from Adobe.com or Quicktime from Apple.com; depending upon what software application was used to create the files and your preference as to what application you want to view them in. You may want to download all three. They're all free: