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Default How to remove damaged audio codecs ?

Hi everybody,

I have some movies where bsplayer doesn't play the AC3 sound, while windows media player has no problems.
GSpot tells me that I have 3 codecs that can handle AC3, but some are misconfigured (missing files). I guess bsplayer 2.15 is trying this damaged codec, while the media player uses the one that works.

My question is how can I remove the misconfigured codec from my XP system? Or how can I tell bsplayer to use another codec ?

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Uninstall the corrupted filter (how did you installed them, codec pack?)
Or use BSplayer built-in feature Filter control (Options -> Filter control)
There you can also make white and black lists for your codecs ;)
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At this time, AC3Filter seems to be the best option for playing AC3 files. Install it, it should become the prefered AC3 filter to be used and solve the problems.
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At this time, AC3Filter seems to be the best option for playing AC3 files. Install it, it should become the prefered AC3 filter to be used and solve the problems.
Yes, that worked !

Many thanks,

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