[SpamCop-Geeks] Re: Media Player Classic 126.96.36.199 Sync Problem
TMHRVMFWREVN at spammotel.com
Sat Mar 26 15:38:06 EST 2005
"C. S." <notgiven at nodomain.net> wrote in message
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> Sometime around Thu, 24 Mar 2005 23:04:47 -0000, "Canopus"
<TMHRVMFWREVN at spammotel.com>
> deemed it necessary to offer:
> > Anyone using the latest version of MPC v188.8.131.52 having problems playing
> > disks? I see sound slipping in and out of synchronization with video
> > video speeding up for a second then returning to normal. I've posted to
> > Sourceforge forum, but, it takes ages to get a reply there if at all.
> > Rob
> Using v184.108.40.206;
> I've had a similar situation, though not consistently.
> It may help to update the audio/video decoder(s) being used
> for the DVD playback, and/or try different settings in the
> options under Playback and Filters.
> There should be an "AC3 Filter" entry in the Control Panel
> if you installed MPC along with the codecs; check that too.
> Which version of DirectX is installed on the system?
> I've been getting consistently good results with DX9.0b
> as it applies to AVI & MPG files and DVD disks.
I thought the codices for Audio/Video were internal to MPC as MPC is just an
exe. I had problems on my previous system with Nero Show Time playing
video, but, MPC played it perfectly independently to any other codices on my
system. I'm beginning to hear a few other people having problems with the
latest version of MPC so I may step back a version and see what happens.
Meanwhile I've reinstalled Nero and Show Time is playing perfectly, but, I'd
prefer to use MPC as it is much less of a resource hog and normally less
goes wrong with it.
Am running DirectX 9.0c and haven't noticed any problems except this DVD
disk play on MPC.
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