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Old 29th April 2006
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I am trying to play a VOB which was ripped from a DVD.The image is OK but i cannot here any sound.I had the same problem with Windows Media Player(with the same file).
I came to the conclusion that is a missing codec problem,
I downloaded AC3 filter.The problem in Windows Media Problem was solved.
But the problem in BSplayer remained.(no sound)
What can be wrong?
In Options in the filter management i saw that AC3,Vorbis and DivX aare all installed and since i read in the F.A.Q section that these codecs are required than normally there should not be a problem but there still is.
I need to say that with other file types there is no problem.
The problem appears only with VOB.
And the file must be OK since it plays with WNP.
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Can you tell us wich MPEG2 decoder do you use (options->filters when running an MPEG2=VOB file).
Are you sure the file have AC3 and not DTS ?
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Perhaps also check what is selected at "For AC3 decoding use:" under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Audio
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Thank you,both of you the problem was resolved.
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Should be nice to post here how it was solved, in benefits of other users,
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Should be nice to post here how it was solved, in benefits of other users,
I couldn't agree more!
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