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Little white squares dancing on my screen?

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by MaxTK, Oct 2, 2004.

  1. MaxTK

    MaxTK Member

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    I just transcoded an AC3 AVI file to low-res DVD in TMPGEnc. Now I have a little square made up of 9 smaller squares jumping around the playback screen on the MPEG file. It wasn't in the AVI just the transcoded MPEG. It looks like a representation of the number pad (just the 1-9 keys) on your keyboard. What is it and how do I get rid of it?
     
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    Never mind. It was Elecard free MPEG2 playback software's logo. Uninstalled and it's gone.
     
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    I was afraid to answer your question.
    I thought you were smoking something.
    Little white dancing squares indeed.
     
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    I thought it was strange too. But when "upgraded" to MMC 9.0 from 8.5 I lost MPEG2 playback. ATI pisses me off! The only free MPEG2 software I could find was Elecard. Apparently, unless you pay for the platinum edition you get their logo jumping around all over the screen. WMP 10 has MPEG2 so I deleted Elecard the little dancing box is gone.
     
  5. nscotian

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    I don't want to crosspost so I'll just attempt to link to my original.
    I think that it fits in this catagory better anyway.
    ... and the circles and lines are real.
    no alcohol or drugs involved and I have a witness.
    But it was really weird and I would appreciate any ideas of where they came from.

    original post:
    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/113483
     

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