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select choose program select windows media player and select always use this from the large list of programs if you dont select choose program and simply choose media p[layer it wont They come from stories my dad used to tell me when I was a kid. The K-lite codec pack includes media player classic. MS site does say that MM plays MPG files. Check This Out

I can't get anything when I "right" click. Now, when I click on the mpg urls and the mpeg url in the list below, each one downloaded and then presented me with a blank page with a tiny icon Is there something I can change in PowerDirector to have it include the audio? The titles came out, but the 40 minutes of video came out entirely black (no audio, either).In my next attempt I used only PowerDirector from start to finish.

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I wonder why WinDVD would affect it like that? Quote 29th Aug 200410:57 #8 Ivo1977 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMar 2003 Originally Posted by DVDJET had to find out more about this nasty and Can you see it? 01-10-2008, 04:56 PM #20 mike2020learnin Mentor Emeritus, Microsoft Support Join Date: Feb 2007 Location: Michigan , I donated so can you Posts: 3,332 They come from stories my dad used to tell me when I was a kid.

So I went to Microsoft and upgraded the Media Player to 11. Help Remember me Forum Vegas Pro Video Win XP Media Player - Won' t Play AVI Win XP Media Player - Won' t Play AVI Draggon asked on 11/14/2007, 06:18 AM They come from stories my dad used to tell me when I was a kid. Windows 10 Won't Play Mpg Files Thank you.

Download WinDVD from: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_players/windvd.cfm Download PowerDVD from: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_players/powerdvd.cfm Either "should" solve your MPEG-2 playback problems. It is likely that after the installation of such a pack, any video file you want to play will play though and this article doesn't specifically target any particular codec packs. Told you it was weird! http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/how_to_play_mpg_mpeg.cfm The video showed up, but I have no audio.The desktop I'm using has no Internet access.

the issue sounds like Windows Media player not using the "direct draw" screen overlays, and doesn't use the system codecs, (seems strange to me)however i am so unfamiliar with WMP that Windows 10 Mpeg Player I now have Windows Media Player 10 (I guess SP2 installed v10 over v9).WMV movies are fine. Submit Cancel Closing Send Dialog Cancel Closing OK Follow us on Community rules Contact Imprint Privacy policy Terms and Conditions USA Additional offers (C) 2007 - 2017 MAGIX Software GmbH THEN I installed WinDVD 5 and Quicktime.

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  4. Quote 28th Aug 200415:01 #2 redwudz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Mod Neophyte Super Moderator Join DateSep 2002 LocationUSA Kind of simple question, but do you have a

How To Play Mpg Files On Windows 10

It did say complete successful and even though it didn't say to reboot I did. try here mpg files will not play in Movie Maker or Windows Media Player 10 This is a discussion on mpg files will not play in Movie Maker or Windows Media Player 10 How To Play Mpeg On Windows 10 If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Windows 10 Mpeg Codec The VLC package already includes software to play MPEG-2 video content.

The wierd thing is, the files have proper thumnails (in the folder thumnail view) so It recognizes what the video looks like. Ask a new question Read More MPEG Media Player Windows XP Related Resources Open mpg file to windows media player Media Player 10.00.00.3646 Won't Play Online Video Windows Media Player 10 So I downloaded and installed DIVX without a hitch...except that the movie files I wanted to play wouldn't. I rendered the slideshow as an AVI at 1920x1080 resolution, but I'm getting an error when I try to play it in Windows Media Player after it trys to "obtain the How To Play Mpg Files On Windows Media Player

etp777Sep 14, 2004, 2:43 AM Try different video card drivers/play around with driver settings. http://www.pibmug.com/files/swimdude.mpeg John I've created my own website...a collection of moving, sad and happy and humorous poems which I would like to share with others. Sounds great right? I found that by installing AC3Filter, I got sound with my mpg files.

Better than ever. Windows Media Player Won't Play Mpeg I guess it was a "codec" issue. But I was playing around yesterday with entries of programs in the Program Control tab or section of Zone Alarm and I made several changes.

Again, MS says that MM supports MPG files.

I'm running XP Pro with SP1. Easiest Solution Download and install the VLC player. Statistics 599 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides Video codec benchmarking done right MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch How To Play Mpeg Files On Windows Media Player Alternatively, I rendered the slideshow in an M2T (?) format at 1440x1080 resolution.

Quote 28th Aug 200420:08 #4 KeathJones View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join DateAug 2004 LocationUSA Try the Ligos filter, or install Power DVD, its Mpeg 2 filters are much Might try a different mpeg codec too. I really appreciate any help. It doesn't come with the OS.

Sp3 / both compleatly updated My System hello again, nope can not see it but let me try another way !! __________________ Mike, I will stick with you till the issue I also have PowerDVD and WinDVD so I can play the file if I had too. It is the same PC that justpassingby was asking about but incorrect that my buddies does the same thing. Just right click the windows media player icon, select properties, the select find target.

The last two things I would check would be any antivirus software that is set too strict causing the links to not work, as well as any firewall, either XP's internal, Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Audio & Video Software forum 6 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 I just thought it was possibly tied to WMP (both MS) and that when I got WMP to work that MM would work too. K-Lite Codec Pack [full] XP Codec Pack Cole2k Media Codec Pack Advanced DIY anyone?

That really, really, sucks. The address is www.metrocast.net/~wumply/exper-1.html Reply With Quote November 13th, 2002,23:29 PM #11 wumply View Profile View Forum Posts Triple Platinum Member Join Date Oct 2002 Location Belmont, NH Posts 802 Afterthought! While having a proper codec to play MPEG-2 video installed is all you need, sometimes the playback of MPEG-2 video is not perfect on some software titles. Do a search for xl.exe and delete it,also run regedit and remove any entries relating to it,be careful when using regedit and always backup your registry b4 removing these entries.

I found I couldn't add stills between scenes because the project I created on PowerDirector came out as one big video with no indexes.