A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. But you should always get them from trusted sources. Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Audio and Video 2 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 2 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted Selecting save lets me downloads it but then clicking on it it says windows must know what program created it. check over here
I don't know if the DIVX format has been integrated in to Windows 7 and 8, but that definitely required a codec under XP. Since i got it back whenever i got to download a file in isohunt it comes up find save or cancel. however,the 3rd movie i can't play -windows media says it can't render it. Those tend to have some that overwrite the ones that ship with Windows, causing conflicts within Media a Player and Media Center.
When the only tool you own is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail. The only time you need it is usually when watching pirated media... Use ConvertXtoDVD http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/ TAFF, helpme8822, Hereshekiss & Brennan, You most likely need an Xvid codec. I've checked the files in question using the GSpot codec information software and it crashed halfway through rendering the files and error window appeared telling me that it couldn't identify the
You can trust his codecs.October 21, 2014 Lowell Heddings You just linked to a crapware installer codec that tries to install spyware on people's PCs. October 21, 2014 W. Windows Media Player Cannot Play The File Because The Required Video Codec Real Alternative - 4. A Modern Browser: Modern browsers support HTML5 video playback of H.264 videos and other media content. Even VLC and MediaPlayer seems awfully complicated for something that should be so simple.
If you ever see a message like this one, don't click it. Codecfix.exe Windows Media Player Other browser playback plug-ins are vanishing. hope you get it working and enjoy your show Back to top #8 coolchris706 coolchris706 Members 64 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:32 PM Posted 28 August 2005 - 09:27 PM My I suggest this, instead of dumping your own personal opinion, try describing in detail facts about the software you use, your operating system, and maybe even your experience level.
EDIT: I have never used the Bit Torrent type P2Ps, and what I said only applies to the first error in your first post. If you have downloaded a large codec pack such as K-Lite Codec Pack, this is frequently a problem. Codec Fix Virus and shows a link to purchase media player cost 35$ !!! Codec Fix Tool Virus Please try the request again.
strange cause I havent had this problem with other torrents.. Back to top #10 geoprof_1960 geoprof_1960 Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:11:32 PM Posted 26 April 2006 - 09:34 AM Okay, some additional info that *might* be pertinent here...when using thanks for any help 07-04-2009 01:50 PMHKS Feedback thanks emmijane,that sorted it out for me,respect to my homies 07-07-2009 08:09 AMjimmyjim Feedback Page 2 of 10« first ‹ prev 1 2 It could be a Trojan or other serious case of malware -- or just spyware and adware. How To Fix Codec Error Windows Media Player
Otherwise, click here to be redirected to the homepage. The only time you need it is usually when watching pirated media... Back to top #4 Scarlett Scarlett Bleeping Diva Members 7,479 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Location:As always I'm beside myself ;) Local time:10:32 PM Posted 27 August 2005 - 11:50 PM Chances http://ecoflashapps.com/windows-media/vob-codec-for-windows-media-player-12-download.html After all if RealPlayer could do it once in the past--it cannot and should not be all that complicated.October 17, 2014 Franco Bluto Very good advise ! October 18, 2014
Here are the few things you do need: Adobe Flash: Adobe's Flash Player plug-in is still used by many websites for video playback. Video Codec Not Supported On Dvd Player play your music files, video files, and if you please, it will auto play CD's and DVD's.It also gives you quick options to switch the renderer for the current file type Be sure you always get Flash, your browser, VLC, or any other software from the official site.
Does this mean my codecs are all f***ed? How-To Geek Articles l l How to Prevent Your Computer From Waking Up Accidentally All the Features That Require a Microsoft Account in Windows 10 Get Out of Auto: How to Back to top #11 nosnhoj#3 nosnhoj#3 Members 245 posts OFFLINE Location:127.0.0.1 Local time:08:32 PM Posted 28 April 2006 - 08:21 PM Hello,You may just simply have some codecs "stepping on Windows Automated Codec Correction Tool Close other programs that may be using the file, or stop playing the file, and try again later." and when i try it in the DivX player i get a message
it won't play the file. not advertising but any film download it from the pirate bay due to being allways able to watch on ff player or vlc 06-10-2009 11:12 PMAsarta Feedback when i downloaded a Always download it from the official site at videolan.org -- not via third-party sites that bundle it with junkware. have a peek at these guys http://www.xvid.org/Downloads.15.0.html 03-22-2009 07:23 PMhitman47280 posts Feedback Im having troubles downloading torrent files to but my problem is that the codec that im playing is wmv.
Schroeder Hmm, that's strange. However wmp keeps shutting down when i try to play the files Back to top #15 nosnhoj#3 nosnhoj#3 Members 245 posts OFFLINE Location:127.0.0.1 Local time:08:32 PM Posted 09 May 2006 I will agree that you should never download the codec packs that contain a bunch of CODECs. Thanks for any help. 02-19-2009 01:43 AMsuesara Feedback I have been able to play my movies on the media player and as of last week they only play sound and no
I have downloaded the DIVX player to use in place of Windows Media Player, and it won't open any of them either. Can anyone tell me y its not working and how to fix the problem? or am i supposed to use windows media player and try to open the torrent file and it automatically converts to a media file and allows me to play?"?? Back to top #5 Lanscader Lanscader Members 466 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Colorado, USA Local time:09:32 PM Posted 27 August 2005 - 11:52 PM In the P2Ps that I've used, if
One day Flash will go the way of the dodo, too. BEST OF HOW-TO GEEK How to Choose the Best VPN Service for Your Needs 15 System Tools You Don't Have To Install on Windows Anymore What’s the Best Antivirus for Windows At the moment, you'll only need Silverlight installed if you want to watch Netflix in Firefox -- Firefox is working on adding the required "encrypted media extensions" (DRM) code to the Please try the request again.
How Fake Codec Scams Work RELATED ARTICLE10 Important Computer Security Practices You Should Follow You could come across this sort of scam via a link on social media or on a What should i do?? and then you can just use VLC. My suggestion is not to use Bit Torrent, seems that they only have files that simply will not work.
If you need assistance, just give some information, and just ask for help, I'm sure you will find that rather than the program or computer being at fault, it may very Please check that it is a valid AVI or MPEG-4 file. if you're using Chrome, Adobe Flash Player is built-in, so you don't have to even install it separately. Will not happen again.
But those bad old days are behind us, and that isn't the way it works anymore.