Thanks! To find out which audio codec you're missing you should download GSpot and open the movie you are having problems playing. If the video path says "DivX Decoder Filter", "ffdshow MPEG-4 Video Decoder", or anything else then you need to figure out how to disable this filter/codec. Nov 14, 2006 #6 SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,715 +397 You could also play them in VLC.
Join Date: Jun 2004 Location: Chicago, IL Posts: 1,542 you could try using ffdshow instead of the xvid filter. First try this, Instead opening file directly from the folder where the file is stored, first open the player(like winnamp etc) and then browse to that file and try playing it. i thought that i must have a corrupt codec as i was also getting crashes everytime a thumbnail of movie was being displayed.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Gilbert on 10/12/2009 Thanks guys , the DivX All In One Fix 1.8 works perfectly . Now navigate to:HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\SystemFileAssociations\.avi\shellex\If there is a key called PropertyHandler in there, delete the value (Default). In that case the only way to fix the movie is to load the movie into VirtualDub and manually edit/delete the invalid frames. I have narrowed the problem down to certain .avi files--whenever I click on these files (in any Windows Explorer view) or try to display them in thumbnail view I crash, but
Enjoy! 12-27-2004 02:18 AMthisisme Feedback I have been having this same problem with Windows Explorer crashing. If you don't have the xvid.ax file installed on your system already the problem is most likely that you don't have the required priviliges to install the XviD codec. And feed the file into virtualdub to see if it has bad frames or missing segments in the middle. (To do that click on file, open, but before you pick the https://www.moviecodec.com/general/windows-crashing-3379/ Media players crashingConversion crashing after first filePremiere crashing after captureAVI files crashing/freezing computernero's audio codec crashingVirtualDub crashing with audio codecsMedia players keep crashing when trying to play avi filespdtv/xvid problem crashing
It doesn't happen with downloaded movies, just the one's a create.. Please note that the above instructions only work in Windows Media Player v6.4. Thoughts?Click to expand... It's important to understand that video and audio are two separate things, which when combined make up movies.
Any folder which may contain large/abnormal .AVI files should be customized not to use the file preview utility. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/avi-files-still-crashing-media-player.62878/ No special or out of the ordinary programs (with the exception of SP2) have been installed at all.Anyone ever see this or have a clue?My PC:ECS PF1.0 motherboardP4 2.4ghz 800fbsIntel Springdale Seems to be when doing it on different drives.The files are fine, i can re-encode them to any codec i want and they play. And vóila: the video in question worked without problems.
Thank you for your time. §il 10-09-2004 11:11 AM5il3nc3r Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player aren't good at handling corrupt or incomplete avi files and will sometimes crash (Windows Explorer while this content Today I reinstalled SP2 hoping that this installation would be 'better'. Any thoughts? It never used to happen when i was on XP SP1, just when ive been on SP2.
http://www.tweakxp.com/tweak2123.aspx basically it turns off the movie preview feature. 02-17-2005 04:08 PMcarter Feedback yea xvid codec is the culprit after i uninstalled that the xvid encoded avi files work fine....must be If you move the slider to the left the picture will become darker. You first need to uninstall all previous versions of the XviD codec and verify that the problem goes away. weblink colordog View Public Profile Find More Posts by colordog « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to
Nov 14, 2006 #9 scorpion_1112 TS Rookie Posts: 19 Wait, is ur problem completely solved? I now uninstalled the xvid codec and I am using the latest Divx instead. Jan 14, 2005 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment.
To find out if a movie is incomplete you should download GSpot and open the movie you are having problems playing. It will work. The same problem I get then install K-Lite Codec Pack. To see which codec is actually used to decode the audio, use the "Render" option at the bottom of the program.
Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 Save $$$ on your POWER BILL the easy way using this new solar power device! - Click Here From: Doug on 01/02/2011 Just to clarify, when Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Leo on 06/23/2006 From: Curro on 08/28/2005I found this in http://home.hccnet.nl/h.edskes/faqenglish.htmQuestion: Some .avi files cause explorer.exe to crash. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. http://kazeinteractive.com/windows-explorer/windows-explorer-has-stopped-working-loop.html For information how to install the DivX codec, goto the DivX codec section. 6.3 Unable to render video: DIV4 decompressor not found This error occurs when you try to watch
The codec is just like the DivX codec based on the highly efficient MPEG-4 compression standard for video. It seems it's the preview on the sidebar that was crashing. Nov 29, 2006 #16 Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431 +32 I use the K-Lite Mega Codec Pack but that one works too. We don't know the exact minimum requirements, but anything less than a Pentium 300MHz running Windows 9X/NT/2000/XP is likely to encounter problems with skipping.
To figure out which video codec you need to install, see section 4.3. 6.2 Unable to render video: DIV3 decompressor not found This error occurs when you try to watch TechSpot is a registered trademark. Similar Topics Windows Media Player 11 Crashing Mar 15, 2008 Media Player Classic crashing Feb 17, 2009 player for .avi files?
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