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Old 15th July 2004
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Default MPEG-2 & SVCD

well actually i dont get this ... i am trying to watch the spiderman 2 svcd but it doesnt work on any player not bsplayer either it displays "cant open file" .... i know you guys will tell me to get elecard or ligos mpeg2 codes ... well i did try them all and no success

whats actually the problem? i dont get ... please help me in details
i tried all the codecs i found but no luck ...

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i bet you got the file from kazaa or something, if so it's probably just a huge file with no video data. AKA Fake!
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well man the file is correct as i told you!! and it works only on powerdvd and videolan files ... programs with build in codecs

anyway i dont use kazaa, aka YOUR BET IS WRONG

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well man the file is correct as i told you!!
:!: Wow man, you sound a bit excited! Hmmm, by the way where exactly did you tell that :? :?:
Anyway, can anyone help? adicoto?
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Can't tell nothing yet. Does you have an MPEG2 decoder installed ?
If yes, then you must wait for a day or two. I dont have the file. Yet.
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i have no idea when he said the file was correct and that he could play it in other players, oh well ..

I can't play SVCD's either, though i got the elecard codec. so there's probably something wrong. (even though the file isn't corrupt, which i know since i can play it in other players)
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The problem, unfortunatelly, is on your computer. DVD players use their own built-in MPEG decoder. SO they can play VCD and SVCD files without any MPEG2 decoder(external). BSPlayer must use an external decoder, such as Elecard (sometimes I saw it working with Power DVD's codec). Never had any problem with it, even on Spider Man 2 SVCDs. They play ok.
I encountered this problem on some machines that once had installed codecpacks and after uninstalling them nothing worked any more (generally Ace Mega codec and Nimo). And the sole solution was "just" a Windows reinstall.
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Just a wild thought
Could not have anything to do with quartz.dll not being registered properly (anymore)?
( http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=15157#15157 )
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I know the problem is on the internal links created towards quartz.dll. But never figured out how to solve this yet but to reinstall Win. I am stil trying.


Basil, is the file playing in VirtualDubMPEG2 or VirtualDubMod ? Then try to reencode it as avi. Maybe this will help for now.
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