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Windows Media Player 11 Seek Bar Not Working
Could it be they are read only on the CD? However, if you put the cursor on the end point of the moving bar and drag it back that will work for what you want to do. Does it happen on a mate's computer? So, you can't really say some filter is at fault for not managing to circumvent this problem. :rolleyes: vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. his comment is here
I can not believe that > >Microsoft "by design" stopped to enable the seek bar for MPEG files with > >version 11. You'll see the FF/RW buttons are disabled when a > > >> file is created like that. > > >> > > >> > > >> Cheers - Neil > > It moves a tiny bit and goes back to the beginning and stays there and clicking on it anywhere does nothing. To watch it using MP11 and its features...
The question is about whether the library has bad data for that file or if the file itself is corrupt. -- Speaking for myself only. Odd though. >> >> >> >> Klaus >> >> >> >> "Mikkel" wrote: >> >> >> >> > Okay.... Update: I don't wanna watch my videos in iTunes or anything else, I just wanna be able to watch them in Windows Media Player. Only if there are a significant number reports of the same issue would there be any likelihood of the problem being reported to the Windows Media Player product team.
- setarip_old18th May 2010, 22:[email protected] Hi!
- Besides the seek issue you'll probably get better playback performance, and it doesn't require any end-user involvement - they continue to use WMP as usual.
Double click the source and MP11 will play it again. Zach's response to you proves my point there. Odd though. I noticed that as soon as I burn these > video files to a CD using Roxio, the seek bar will not advance when > playing. > It moves a tiny
Because, once again, THE SEEK FUNCTION WORKED JUST FINE in WMP10. Thanks, Dale, I think you both know what you're talking about and are explaining it in pretty much the terms I would use, except you were a helluva lot more polite http://www.amazon.fr/mysterieuses-cites-dor-Lint%C3%A9grale/dp/B001IDPQ2K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1274220243&sr=8-1 Just to be clear: you can choose episodes, the DVD menus work fine, only seeking doesn't work: during playback, trying to jump to any location fails. The seek bar worked fine with these files in version 10... > > > > > > Is this a known bug? > > > > > > Best regards, >
If touching the end-user's machine is entirely out of the question then you'll have to transcode the video to something else. So why can MS make it work in one version but not in the other? Two solutions : - Bear with it, it's not a bug, it's a feature. It works fine in VLC Player.
Probably when you are doing some oher suff, else it's useless, still it's important for the solution. #4 - Posted 13 December 2011 - 06:33 PM Back to top tomoe_uehara Members Any help on this? I just don't understand Microsoft. "zachd [MSFT]" wrote: > > Problem reports/fix requests need to go to product support- > http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#psssupport > > It will not be possible to drive any However, when I start playing a song from Windows Explorer, I can seek fine.
Old cartoon or anime featuring a girl protected by a Red Robot Translation of a passage related to the crusades How to set my ESPG to geography POINT in PostGIS? 80s this content All Activity Home Software, Hardware, Media and Games Forum Categories Software Hangout Windows Media Player 11 ! I mean, something I get from Netflix? Clicking the seek bar restarts the song.
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. While the Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, SQL Server, Visual Studio, and MSDN teams all have mechanisms for customers to provide product feedback and I had the same troubel... weblink So, is there any chance of Microsoft fixing the > issue? > > "Klaus" wrote: > >> Hey Mikkel! >> >> That works!
MPEG files don't >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow >> it to fast forward. My guess is that as the file is being delivered by PHP, it interferes with the seek functionality in some way? Ive come across a few such DVDs that have no chaptering - "Elephant Man" (U.S.) is one.
Can it be done in a lossless way, or would the VHS tapes need to be transferred again using a different method?
Cheers - Neil ------------------------------------------------ Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006 http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media], Aug 31, 2006 #2 Advertisements Klaus Guest Re: Windows Media Player 11 / seek bar Trending Now Katy Perry Paul Ryan Conor McGregor Pokemon Sun and Moon Leon White Luxury SUV Deals Mose Allison Sarah Hyland Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms 2016 Cars Answers Relevance Rating Newest Oldest codec windows dvd vhs share|improve this question asked May 27 '15 at 16:19 abalter 1205 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote accepted The Does anyone know websites I can look for what I m looking for? 4 answers My electric guitar isn t amplifying and making sounds out of my amp and i checked
What power do I have as a driver if my interstate route is blocked by a protest? Argh! I have heard that 90% or more of all Windows licenses are purchased with new PCs. http://thumbd.net/windows-media/windows-media-player-seek-not-working.html The seek bar worked fine with these files in version 10... > >> > > >> >Is this a known bug? > >> > >> It's not really a bug, it's
Also all these video files show no > > > length in the library. I can not believe that >> > >Microsoft "by design" stopped to enable the seek bar for MPEG files >> > >with >> > >version 11. Also all these video files show no > >> >length in the library. Also all these video files show >> > > no >> > > length in the library.
I keep having annoying problems with it. You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. You'll probably get the best results (file size, quality, compatibility) by transcoding to H.264/AAC (mp4), although the encoding process is heavier/longer than alternatives such as MPEG2. The seek bar worked fine with these files in version 10... >> > > >> > > Is this a known bug? >> > > >> > > Best regards, >>
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? And the funny thing is that some let say > > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the seek and some did not... MPEG files don't > > >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow > > >> it to fast forward. Would this be considered as plagiarism?
myers78 posted Jul 3, 2015 ADMT 3.2 Source domain access issue stives1974 posted May 6, 2015 Loading... Knowing that difference is of value to both of us, regardless of feelings. -Zach -- Speaking for myself only. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. -- "Ram" <> wrote in message news:... > Hi Klaus, > > I still have the same problem The >> > > player >> > > just starts again from the beginning.
Should it be "runs" or "run" in the following sentence?