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Old 23rd August 2003
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Default problem with a xvid video

Hello

My problem is the next:
I want open a xvid video with the BSPlayer0.86, and can see the image and heard the sound, but the image is shaking.
I open the same video with the Divx Player 2.1 and the shaking not appear....but I need open this video with the BS Player because is in V.O and the options of substitles in Divx Palyer 2.1 is not availabe.

Somebody can tell me how to solve this problem, please :?

Thanks to all
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www.xvid.net
Update your codec ver 0.92.
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Thanks adicoto!!!

Now, I see perfecty the video!!

Bye
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I have the same problem with all movies. I have the latest codecs for all formats. I can see the movies in DivX player, but I can't in all other players.
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BS.Player supports WebM, Xvid, avi, mpg, mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4, 3ivx, etc. and Divx isn't in the list. One advisable method is convert DIVX to other codec with converting program. Xvid is a good chocie. Here is the way: http://www.videoconverterfactory.com...d-to-xvid.html
Patiner, you can try it.
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I got great information
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