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Hi.

Just started to use BSPlayer, but it only plays audio, and no sound.

I've been into 'prefferences' and checked all the video file types, and still no video.

I've used it with standard MPEG and WMV, and still no video.

Audio is fine.

Any suggestions, people? :o.

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Hi.

Just started to use BSPlayer, but it only plays audio, and no sound.

I've been into 'prefferences' and checked all the video file types, and still no video.

I've used it with standard MPEG and WMV, and still no video.

Audio is fine.

Any suggestions, people?  :o.

did you tryl the files on wmp to make sure they have video? did you install all the stuff needed from the klite codoc pack?

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did you tryl the files on wmp to make sure they have video?

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Yes.

Did you install everything needed from the K-Lite Mega Codec Pack?

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I don't use the K-Lite Mega Codec Pack, due to having 'issues' with it in the past.

That's why I much prefer having to just install the individual codecs, themselves. Which is alot more logical.

I've just tried to play a simple WMV file in BSPlayer, and all I get is sound.

Hopefully people might be able to help me out here.

Thanks for your time.

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Download and run G Spot to find out what codec you need for the film.

It will show up when you direct G Spot to this file :o

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Download and run G Spot to find out what codec you need for the film.

It will show up when you direct G Spot to this file :o

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Which I have done, and it states that indeed, the specific codecs are installed.

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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gspot isn't really accurate with MPEG and WMV files. i mean, it'll work with em most of the time, but it was originally designed with files using AVI file headers (so it's a bit inaccurate with other types) :o

i'm pretty sure it's just a codec problem and installing the k-lite codec pack would fix it for you. have your tried watching it in videolan (which is plugin based, rather than codec)? :o

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It's much more easier and wiser to use a decent Media Player, Winamp. Renound and beautiful in it's long lived age.

Hardly any codecs required at setup..

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For sound, i would agree winamp is brilliant. Video however it could do with some work.

Codecs are a system wide thing.

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I normally use VideoLAN.

It's just thought I'd check out BSPlayer.

Yet, I have installed the K-Lite Mega Codec Pack today, and still it plays no video.

Rather strange...

Thanks.

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