Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
There are literally hundreds of audio and video codecs out there,
not to mention the dozens of possible media containers
(file-formats) to hold and synchronize the audio and video
streams in a movie.
1) The first step is to identify the codecs and container interfaces
needed to play each file.
2) Download a copy of the G-SPOT codec information
3) Use this awesome tool to identify the codecs and container,
then download the correct codecs.
You can also test/play the movie from within GSPot.
4) Finally, keep in mind that media from P2P downloads
is often corrupt (or worse) which may be the reason
the audio does not work. The file type could also be
mislabeled or have the wrong extension.
5) I recomend emule over lime wire, with an inter-connected
VLC player. The VLC player is very good at playing
incomplete or damaged movies and audio. (it is free)
6) Finally, when downloading movies, alway DL more than
one version at the same time, hoping one will work.
prefer larger files for better quality, and avoid small files
like the plague because the are often malware.
A movie should be at least 5 MB per minute. Anything
smaller than that is highly suspect.
most formats, except real-media.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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