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Thread: Why Did You Remove Divx Anti-freeze In Codeck Pack

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    That was dummest thing ever!!! I know that new codecs are pretty much stable and IN MOST cases divx anti-freeze isn't needed, even when there are problems with movie files, but...files that were fixed with divfix -they are the problem, couse windows media player stops playing them at fix-place if there is no anti-freeze (BSplayer playes but badly). Put divx antifreeze back on!
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    paul said it wasnt needed. i never used it even when it was in the pack, ive never had a problem

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    I will re-add it because it is not so big anyway.

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Well I saw other posts and i see something is seriously wrong with this codeck pack
    However it might not be the anti-freeze, since file I was talking about is coded at Xvid.
    Anyway-it stopes on a fix place at windows media player and goes on at BSplayer
    with codeck pack 2.10 I could freely watch it at both. I cannot go back to 2.10-tried it-couse then when I try to open ANY of my movies I get a message that either media player doesn't have right codeck, or the file is corrupt
    I can't put here any of the images I have collected from GSpot, since they are located on my hard drive and not on web, however Paul, if you give an e-mail to send them to, I'll do that
    my e-mail is:
    proton@bezeqint.net
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    Try the 2.21 test version. That should fix it.

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Oh I sure will try it - yomorrow, already downloaded it
    I'll send you a report.
    Again is there any mail I can send it to, that way I'll be able to include visual info, or may be there is any way to post visual info here at this forum?
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  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Well Paul-I gave it a try-doesn't solve the problem
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    I have also tried start->run->regsvr32 quartz.dll
    didn't fix the problem either
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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
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    Mate , just find an image host or free host from around this forum,or google.Then use the image button at the top of your reply box,& display the info.

    Mate if you want me to host these pics,could you hurry up plz.

    Thanx

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    wow wow wow!!!! Hold your horses!
    I wasn't talking about some stupid image, pardon me folks...
    I was talking about info i got from GSpot and saved it as .jpeg on my computer.
    Now so we wouldn't slide from main topic, here's a remainder:

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    That was dummest thing ever!!! I know that new codecs are pretty much stable and IN MOST cases divx anti-freeze isn't needed, even when there are problems with movie files, but...files that were fixed with divfix -they are the problem, couse windows media player stops playing them at fix-place if there is no anti-freeze (BSplayer playes but badly). Put divx antifreeze back on!
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    Paul Posted on 1 December 2003 - 22:54
    I will re-add it because it is not so big anyway.
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    Well I saw other posts and i see something is seriously wrong with this codeck pack
    However it might not be the anti-freeze, since file I was talking about is coded at Xvid.
    Anyway-it stopes on a fix place at windows media player and goes on at BSplayer
    with codeck pack 2.10 I could freely watch it at both. I cannot go back to 2.10-tried it-couse then when I try to open ANY of my movies I get a message that either media player doesn't have right codeck, or the file is corrupt
    I can't put here any of the images I have collected from GSpot, since they are located on my hard drive and not on web, however Paul, if you give an e-mail to send them to, I'll do that
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    Paul Posted on 3 December 2003 - 15:06
    Try the 2.21 test version. That should fix it.
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    Well Paul-I gave it a try-doesn't solve the problem
    I have also tried start->run->regsvr32 quartz.dll
    didn't fix the problem either
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    Now anyone got a solution? cause if not-I'll just open my GHOST backup and go back to a system with 2.10 codeck-that one was good. The problem is of course I am not sure there won't be other f*** ups in 2.3 and further versions
    Oh by the way I think that onvce you install 2.20 it installs some unremovabe components that interact with windows media 9 player and that f***s up it's performance. It could help, if i could post my .jpegs, i have saved from GSpot...or may be not...
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