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Thread: Xvid Image Quality Is Extremely High Contrast....

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    hey_suburbia's Avatar Poster
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    I've been playing xvid movies for a while now, downloaded the new codec pack from k-lite.tk, tried viewing video in Divx player, kazaa, and windows media all appear extremely dark and high contrast.... I've watched a dozen xvid movies prior to this, not sure what went wrong? any idea's?

    It happened on Phonebooth, Adaptation, Final Destination 2 (those were all the ones on my cpu, so it's not the videos themselves)


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    Originally posted by hey_suburbia@28 July 2003 - 05:29
    I've been playing xvid movies for a while now, downloaded the new codec pack from k-lite.tk, tried viewing video in Divx player, kazaa, and windows media all appear extremely dark and high contrast.... I've watched a dozen xvid movies prior to this, not sure what went wrong? any idea's?

    It happened on Phonebooth, Adaptation, Final Destination 2 (those were all the ones on my cpu, so it's not the videos themselves)
    try using bs player and changing the colour/contrast options in the options menu
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    or use bsplayer, load the movie, right-click it, properties, XviD MPEG4 Decoder, and set the brightness.

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    The XviD codec included with K-Lite Codec Pack is outdated. You can either manually find and install a more current XviD codec. Or you can use a different codec pack altogether. Currently, I&#39;m using DivX_Total_Pack1.5 but I did install Vobsub and G-Spot from K-Lite codec pack. You can also try installing ffdshow by itself which has fixed a lot of XviD problems I had when I used K-Lite exclusively. Do not tweak with ffdshow settings unless you still have problems after installation. Also, don&#39;t use DivX player--it&#39;s buggy. Try BS-Player, MediaPlayerClassic, or ZoomPlayer.

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    Start with a different player first. Then FFDSHOW, then the codec change.

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    DivX player sucks, use bsplayer, alot more ops

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    all i know is that i always have problem with xvid either its the picture or sound..... to me xvid is crap, if it aint one thing its a fuking another. Ill start to download those xvid movies when they get all the bugs worked out with the codecs and players .
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    As person who has encoded more than 200 movies, I find XviD superior to DivX.

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    its that codec u downloaded i downloaded it one time too and was just like urs in high contrast the best codec pack is this one called sld codec


    go here and get it ---http://hakim85.free.fr/index/en/homepage-en.htm


    first uninstall the k-lite pack then install this

    post back to tell me what happened

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    HyE PrIdE THUG: worked like a fucking charm...THANKS&#33;&#33; You should spread the word on that codec....mad good &#33;&#33;

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    One question:

    what did it add to the registry?

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