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Thread: Movie In Hdd Play = Great

  1. #1
    xp-home, sp1
    klite codec 2.24
    i have no problem watching a movie while it is in my hdd, but after i burnt it in the cd, it won't play anymore .
    if i copy the movie from the cd to my hdd, it plays fine again
    just this particular movie, other movie plays fine either in the hdd or cd
    another thing i notice was that other movie that played fine from the cd using older codec played fine, now that i have the latest codec installled, the movie won't play anymore.

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    what player u usin to watch these
    what software are u usin to burn

    are you just copying the divx movies across to cd or converting first

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    i used wmp9, nero showtime and zoom player and all won't play the movie
    i used nero both nero data or udf disc

    are you just copying the divx movies across to cd or converting first < don&#39;t understand

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    i just found something interesting
    burn the movie with srt file (subtitle) > don&#39;t work
    so i renamed the srt to sub and burn the same movie with the new sub file and i&#39;m able to watch it from the disc

    is there something in the latest k-lite codec that doesn&#39;t like the srt file

    i believe i read a post somewhere here who had the same problem with srt file being burnt w/avi file

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
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    That would probably be DirectVobSub (vsfilter.dll).

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #6
    Originally posted by Error403@25 March 2004 - 09:54
    That would probably be DirectVobSub (vsfilter.dll).
    what do you mean "That would probably be DirectVobSub (vsfilter.dll)."

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
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    That filter probably causes your problem.

    You can disable it this way:
    Start > Run > regsvr32 /u vsfilter.dll


    Then see if you can play the file from cd properly. Players like MPC and BSplayer have subtitle support build-in, so they don&#39;t really need DirectVobSub.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    thanks for the help
    i just installed the latest k-lite codec and did not install directvobsub and now all my movies with srt file that wouldn&#39;t play on both showtime to wmp9 will now play on mpc with no problem

    thanks again

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