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Old 15th January 2005
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Default Bsplayer and .MPG files

help me!
when i watch .mpg files with bsplayer but i dont get any sound. no music or special effects or anything. Film still runs with no problems
What to do???
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Probably something messed up your audio MPEG decoder. Try to install an alternate one, such as Moonlight Odio Dekoda (works with most os the audio formats from MPEG to AC3)
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I tried the above--installing Moonlight Odio Dekoda--and I still don't get sound in mpg movie files. I had no problem before I upgraded to 2.21 Pro. Any more ideas???

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With moviefile loaded, what is shown under
rightclick > Options > Filters > Advanced?

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Already tried if re-registering quartz.dll makes any difference?
http://bsplayer.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=15157#15157
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The list of codes is:

Default DriectSound Device
AC3Filter
MPEG Video Decoder
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Moonlight Odio Dekoda
MainConcept MPEG Sp[llitter
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Thanks for the super speedy reply, btw!
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got it figured out! Thanks again for the reply!!!
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So what was the problem?
(Maybe others could be helped by your info)
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I was afraid you'd ask that, the answer is too darned embarrassing. :oops:

The player's volume was all the way down. I had had the former version of BSPlayer turned all the way up and used my multimedia keyboard for controlling volume, so I managed to completely overlook the player's volume control. Yikes :!:
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:lol:
Thx!
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:lol: I've made the same mistake. :oops: I only use my soundcard's mixer or sndvol32 for adjusting volume and completely forgot about the slider in BSPlayer's interface.
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Same with me!
See? You're not alone! ^__^
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