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Playback problem I get background music but no voices

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by Nitemover, Jun 4, 2003.

  1. Nitemover

    Nitemover Member

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    Hi all, I hope this isn't a repeat post but I am pulling my hair out trying to figure this one out. A couple of days ago I was watching HEAT in avi format in WMP9 in XP Pro and put it on pause for a few minutes while I was on the phone. When I came back I had lost all the voices except for background? I get the music and background sounds perfectly but no voice at all when the actors are talking. Talk about annoying! The bad part is now EVERY file I try no matter what player I use, WMP, real, Divx all do the same thing. I had had some problems over the past month with XP so I formated the entire C drive and reinstalled everything from scratch hoping that would solve the problem but to no avail, even with just XP and divx installed it still has the same problem. I have installed every audio codec I could find and have Divx 505 bundle installed but no go. I have adjusted the codec settings for Stereo, etc but nothing works. I did run the files in VirtualDub and it works correctly but there has to be a better answer than redubbing all of my files. I am a newbie at this codec/divx world so I am not sure what to do next. I have checked all the hardware and it works perfectly in all other software (I am a PC technician by trade so I am sure of what I speak on that)but this answer is completely driving me nuts. Please help before the guys in the white coats come to take me away! Thanks in advance.

    Nightmover
     
  2. bengo

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    Sorry i cant help you but sorrier still no one else has looked in on you. good luck!
     

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