So I was trying to make it work with MPC-HC (which I prefer to VLC) but I'll probably end up using VLC. I can only stress again that the SAME FILES (and I did not move them) worked > perfectly fine with Windows Media Player 10 and the seek bar in that version. Three Dots inside Round
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MPEG files >> > >> don't >> > >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow >> > >> it to fast forward. The player > >just starts again from the beginning. kid in winter Can I reset a CSS property rather than overriding it? The seek bar worked fine with these files in version 10... > >> > > > >> > > Is this a known bug? > >> > > > >> >
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- They would shoot themselves in the foot with this as it would > > >certainly be a reason for me to change to a different media player... > > > >
- The player >just starts again from the beginning.
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- So, is there any chance of Microsoft fixing the > issue? > > "Klaus" wrote: > >> Hey Mikkel! >> >> That works!
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I had the same troubel... According to WMP's Help:About:Technical Support Information , what MPEG/DVD decoders are installed? -- Speaking for myself only. It moves a tiny bit and goes back to the beginning and stays there and clicking on it anywhere does nothing. You may then just be able to reinstall those codecs to solve the problem. 05-18-2009, 01:57 PM #11 BakedPotato Registered Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 118
You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. And if your copy of Windows came pre-installed on a new PC, then you can't report a bug even to the product support team for any amount of money at all. 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 system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Alphabetically permute a string Would this be considered as plagiarism? That's a good start for knowing where > to turn next. > > -- > Speaking for myself only. > See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info. > This posting is After months of reading about the lack of interest that the Windows Media Player product team has in their customers, Zach finally pulled that out a week or two ago but,
And the funny thing is that some let say > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the seek and some did not... this content I can not believe that >Microsoft "by design" stopped to enable the seek bar for MPEG files with >version 11. Product support is where fix requests need to go. -- Windows Media Development Team (speaking for myself only) See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info. I can play/pause but not jump to any location.
To do that I used the System.Windows.Media MediaPlayer and it works great. Which codecs in question should I be looking at in the "All Codecs and Filters"? « Windows - Fatal Application Exit | Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer 7 for Great, thank you very much for the tip. weblink I keep having annoying problems with it.
Argh! Then go to Tools - Advanced and select Restore deleted library items (press Ctrl+M if you don't see the Tools menu). According to http://wiki.videolan.org/Documentation:Play_HowTo/Format_String you are supposed to set the snapshot name prefix string with $t : title $T : time code of the video And it just doesn't work. $t is
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I had the same troubel... Returning the length of largest word in a sentence Higher up doesn't carry around their security badge and asks others to let them in. mikeggsm19th May 2010, 00:09Trying to make it work with VLC... Several days ago, I suffered two blue screen of death system failures due to 3D sound on a video game.
Sign up now! The straight forward solution other than using a decent player is to use a better codec pack - ffdshow, it feeds WMP through the operating system level. Cheers, Klaus "Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media]" wrote: > But what you're proposing is that somehow magically, MS "fixes" all > MPEG files anywhere on the internet, to add an index http://thumbd.net/windows-media/windows-media-player-seek-not-working.html Playing the files without fast forwarding is not a > problem.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. David. , Sep 2, 2006 #4 Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media] Guest Re: Windows Media Player 11 / seek bar does not work with MPEG fil But what you're proposing The >> > > player >> > > just starts again from the beginning. So, is there any chance of Microsoft fixing the > > issue? > > > > "Klaus" wrote: > > > >> Hey Mikkel! > >> > >> That works!
And the funny thing is that some > >> >> > let > >> >> > say > >> >> > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the They used a Magnavox ZV427MG9. I downloaded it, and it is NOT mplayer2.exe; it is the exact same program that I have installed separately, NOT created by Microsoft, with the program name "mplayerc.exe" and a completely It's not really a bug, it's "by design" (apparently).
If they have issues, a reinstall will typically solve the problem. 05-18-2009, 01:20 PM #9 BakedPotato Registered Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 118 OS: Windows 7 The seek bar worked fine with these files in version > >> >> > > 10... > >> >> > > > >> >> > > Is this a known bug? You'll need for that ffmpeg and start with: ffmpeg -i mpeg1filename outputfilename.mp4 There are tons of options that will affect the transcoding quality and speed, and much of your success will 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.
And the funny thing is that some >> >> > let >> >> > say >> >> > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the seek and some