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Old 28th March 2006
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I made a quick movie with vmware of an essentially blank WinXP Guest OS. Nothing installed on it except for the basic windows updates, firefox, and an archiving utility.

I download everything necessary in the movie to simply play the file in BSP (well the OS is blank I needed to d/l them anyways) so it breaks, then play it in something as extremely simple as graphedit, and then in an older BSP. The reason the movie seems to go by so fast is because frames were dropped when nothing important was happening, just pause if you want to see something. Unfortunately it did evilly drop the frame when I opened the file in BSP and the dialog that asks if I want to send in the Error report or not popped up, you can see the mouse move up to click it, and come back down but you don't see the window. Otherwise this shows clearly there is an issue with BSP and attempting to turn off VobSubs.

To play the video you do need one small codec.

And no you don't have to worry about it interfering with anything at all! All it does is play these files captured with the VMWare codec, which is not related to any other codec. Please enjoy the movie.
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