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Old 11th August 2003
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Default MY Bs Player does not play my avi movies

Do I need to install another program to help them play? :?:
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Default Re: MY Bs Player does not play my avi movies

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Do I need to install another program to help them play? :?:
If you cannot play your avi's using Media Player,
you also cannot play them using BSPlayer.
I think you do not have the codecs which are used by your avi's.
You might want to read this topic, which is about codecs.
http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=6173#6173
If you want to see which codecs are used by a certain avi or mpg,
you can use AviCodec:
http://avicodec.duby.info/
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Another easy to use and very helpful program to find out which codecs are needed for a movie and whether they are installed on your PC is "GSpot".
http://www.headbands.com/gspot/
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Another easy to use and very helpful program to find out which codecs are needed for a movie and whether they are installed on your PC is "GSpot".
http://www.headbands.com/gspot/
Gspot only works for avi's
Avicodec works for avi's and mpg's.
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Gspot only works for avi's
Avicodec works for avi's and mpg's.
:?: :?: :?: :?:
What version do you refer to?
Perhaps you should download the latest version of GSpot?
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Ok, I see it now, they have updated it.
Some month's ago it did not work with mpg's, now it does. :)

Sorry, just tried it out on some mpg.

Gspots Says: type video/mpeg, all other info N.A.

Avicodec says: 1150kbps 29.970 FPS Res 352x240 4:3 Vcd
224kbps 2 channel, Mpg1 layer 2

So Gspost is not very usefull (newest version)
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