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help! windows media player compatibility issues??

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by maluskeet, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. maluskeet

    maluskeet Member

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    i got a "internal svcd" in a bin and cue file. so i used vcd gear to convert it to a mpg. then i played it in windows media player and bs player all i can hear is the sound and no video. why does this happen??.. is it because its svcd?? if so how can i make the video appear on windows media player?? and is there another way i can view the bin cue files/ or how i can burn them??.....sorry so many questions, just really need help....
     
  2. Minion

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    Windows Media Player doesn"t Natively come with a Mpeg2 Codec so you have to have a Third Party Mpeg2 decoder installed ,But Media Player Sucks for Playing Mpeg2 files cuz it ignores the aspect Ratio Flags in the File so it will not be displayed Properly, You should Install a DVD Playing Software Like Power DVD or WinDVD and then you will be able to properly watch this File....Cheers
     

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