video streaming does not play on windows media player 11
The troubleshooting site suggests running the windows media player 10 instead of 11. Is it possible to to the lower grade media windows player? Is there a fix that will allow me to run video streams using the drive I have? It looks like my satalite TV when there is a big storm. Image is everything broken upward and very slow.
In Windows XP, you can restore the version of the player that was previously on your computer.
S.Sengupta Media Center MVP
I have this problem, and it's very frustrating.
I tried to solve this problem, but it seems that it does not work.
When I want to click and open to see a video that was my old HTC SD card that I transferred all the files and videos on my account Dropbox, and now when I try to open and watch the video, it doesn't appear as an audio file and not with the original video.
However, when I watch the video on my Dropbox account or my Samsung phone, it's showing the video perfectly well. I also tried to transfer the videos separately, but it simply doesn't. Here I'll show you a picture of what it looks like on the videos which does not appear
And it's one of the rare videos that work to see, (on the phone EVEN HTC and SD card)
Hello, I have now fixed my problem by downloading a converter called Freemake Video Converter!
original title: DVD AVCHD plays not
AVCHD DVD produced in Corel Video studio does not play in windows media player.
what codec do I need, where can I find and how is it installed?
AVCHD DVD discs require the ability to analyze the h.264 in a transport stream. In most cases, you need to install Cyberlink PowerDVD in order to get this feature. Here is some additional info on Cyberlink PowerDVD. Depending on how you the author of the disk, it may be that the disc will only playback in a Blu - ray player not on a standard DVD player.
Windows XP DVD with Windows Media Player problem
I have a Dell dimension3000 running Windows XP. I have an upgrade video card NVIDIA 8400 GS with memorey upgrade 2 g. I recently installed a DVD from ASUS drive, my DVD will not play on Windows media player plug-in but I bought the Corel DVD freeze and will not play. Is there a better plug-in or a solution to this problem?
Try to download the utility "Windows XP video decoder check utility.
It checks the ability of DVD to WMP encoder
I recently instaslled Frostwire but 9 times out of 10 when I download a movie it will not play with Windows Media Player. I always ask me to install all sorts of additional software. How to select the right files before losing hours of downloading stuff that I find myself deleting.
1. what exactly happen when you try to play the Windows media player?
2. What is the exact error message you received?
3. what file format you are using?
I suggest you follow the link and check
Play an audio or video file: frequently asked questions
My mobile device (Pharos Traveler 137) running windows media 10 mobile player is not detected by Windows Media Player 11 running in Vista. Connected and synchronized correctly for months, it is not so now, even if the mobile device is detected by the computer and synchronizes correctly for other purposes such as outlook, files, etc.. How to get Windows Media Player to detect once more unit (specifically the card 8 GB storage) in the window of synchronization?Hello1. don't you make changes before the show?
2. is the device detected on the computer?Step 1: We recommend that you check if the sync settings are correct. To do this, follow these steps.
1 open Windows Media Player.
2. click on the arrow below the Sync tab, point to the device, and then click Advanced Options.
3. the Properties dialog box for your device is displayed. Tab sync, box start sync when device connects checkbox.
4 restart the media player.The next time that you want sync, connect the device to your computer and click on the Synchronize tab, then click Start Sync.Step 2: Add a device to sync in Windows Media Player.
1. start Windows Media Player and connect your portable device into a USB port on your computer. A box of "Windows Media Player ‑‑ Device Setup" appears, showing that he recognized the device and provides an opportunity for you to name your device.
2. read how the player will sync your device, which is directly under where you type the name of the device. If storage of the device is more than 4 gigabytes, for example, and your library on Windows Media Player fits on this device, the player chooses automatic.
3. selection of automatic synchronization means that your device will reflect all your Windows Media Player library and it will do so that whenever it is connected. Click on "Finish".
4. to synchronize only some of your library when the player chose automatic, you can choose what will sync when you open Windows Media Player. Click on the portable device in the right pane and drag the items you want to synchronize with this device.
5. selection of a manual synchronization indicates that the player has detected that the portable device has no place for your entire library. Click on "Finish". Open Windows Media Player, select the portable device in the right pane and drag the items you want to synchronize with this device.For more information on "Windows Media Player sync: frequently asked questions" visit this link: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/Windows-Media-Player-Sync-frequently-asked-questionsI hope this helps.Kind regards
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Hi I have a JVC's Everio camcorder. This unit uses a strange video file extension (is MOD). I try to play these video files on windows media player, but it won't play. I also tried to import these files into windows movie maker, but he won't.
Please give me a solution. I would be grateful for any ideas.
Please use the Forum for answers!
I'm moving your message to the sounds and the media.
Rename the extension .mpg video and see if you are able to view them.
If this is not the case, check with JVC for instructions on how to edit video files.
I hope this helps.
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Yes, rename the files MOD xxx.mpg worth trying...
If this does not work... you need to convert a compatible
format like .wmv. The following links would be useful
at a glance:
Movie Maker 2 - importing files MOD
Movie Maker 2 - Import MPEG files
Movie Maker 2 - video import from drives
How to edit JVC. MOD files in a few easy steps
John Inzer - MS - MVP - digital media experience
For years, I've been downloading audiobooks (WMA) of Overdrive and listen to them on my computer. The DRM has never been a problem. Suddenly he is now. Whenever I try to play a protected file, I get the "Windows Media Player has encountered a problem when reading this file."
I scanned this forum and others. I carefully and repeatedly followed the instructions given here. I used ResetDRM (once again, repeatedly). And the result is always the same. I can play video files, mp3s and wma files not protected to my heart's content. No problem. But DRM won't work. After that I run ResetDRM, WMP says to update software to play a DRM file. Let him do it. And then I get the SAME error.
I am at a loss. Can someone help me? Please?
Try downloading or restore the rights to use and check if this may help. For more information, see this article:
The Player Windows Media DRM: frequently asked questions
After the installation of the life cam HD5000, windows media player does not detect the external usb sound card card. Oddly enough, I use winamp. any ideas?
(1) it works fine in other applications?
(2) you get an error message?
Method 1: Set your USB soundcard as audio device in Windows Media Player by default
(a) in Windows Media Player.
(b) click Options on the Tools menu, click the devices tab.
(c) click on your speakers, click on properties,
(d) click the options you want to use for playback, click OK, and then click OK.
Method 2: Run the fixit available in the article below
Why my computer does not detect my new USB (Universal Serial Bus) device when I run Windows XP or Windows Server 2003?
Important This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
How to back up and restore the registry in Windows
Method 3: You can see the steps outlined in the article below
Advanced troubleshooting tips for General USB for Windows XP problems
Method 4: You can see the steps mentioned in the link below
Windows media player11 will not play files WAV. as:
- You have problems with programs
- Error messages
- Recent changes to your computer
- What you have already tried to solve the problem
1. what exactly happens when you try to play .wav files?
2 How long have you been faced with this problem?
3. this happens with a particular .wmv file?
Step 1: Try to uninstall the codecs that are installed.
See the below items for more information.
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/codecs-frequently-asked-questions (You can also use this article for windows XP)
Step 2: Auditor of file system (CFS) scan to fix all of the corrupted system files.
a. click the Start button > run > typecmd.exe and press ENTER.
b. Type sfc/scannow , and then press ENTER.
Information on the types of media files that supports Windows Media Player
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Question for Microsoft Support;
I have a LARGE amount of files music .m4a in a storage drive stand alone that I downloaded from an old Apple computer have more possession of. I can't understand how to enter these data into my old Emachines computer Windows Vista run the Media Player program. I tried to copy a few files m4a manually in the file Media Player Music folder, but they do not play. I'm not really all that computer savvy and know only the basics, I need to use my computer really. Can you give me some step by step instructions how to get these converted files or whatever it is I need to do to get them to play and to integrate properly into my library if it is possible? If this isn't the case, I'll have to go out and buy a new Apple computer for my 60 GB music collection. In the past, that I've never had no real problem shooting files to leave this computer based Vista and convert these files to my old computers Apple Itunes Player. So what's the problem with your system of guys that done anyway this such a pain in the butt? I would really like to understand what exactly is happening with this issue? It's very frustrating for me. I'm a finish Carpenter not a computer programmer. Such things should not be so difficult for someone like me to understand. All I intend to buy a really nice computer, probably in the summer and was considering a Microsoft based computer. But if this kind of problem will be spread with Microsoft products, so maybe I should reconsider. help you can offer to alleviate this problem will be greatly appreciated.
Tim M. from Detroit.
According to research on the Internet, Windows Media Player, atleast this is version 11 (included in Windows Vista and available for Windows XP SP2 +) cannot play Apple loseless type .m4a audio files without having to install any codecs.
If you want to use Windows Media Player, you can follow the instructions mentioned here to install the necessary codecs and plugins.
(In the related instructions above, in the first step talks about codecs - your .m4a files are files Apple loseless then follow the party referred to in the first stage about Apple loseless .m4a)
Personally, I prefer using alternatives to Windows Media Player rather than installing codec packs.
If you don't want to install codecs, download no matter what media player from "programs that open. M4A files"- Windows category list on this page.
If you use a spare player - VLC Media Player is my choice.
I use Windows Media Player 11 for Vista 64 bit and I download a skin and try to apply it to every time it won't work. It only works if I double click the skin file and I won't continue to do it every time. I tried to look for answers to this problem of alreadt, but every single response is to go to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-how-Windows-Media-Player-looks-using-skins and it does not at all help.
You save the skin before applying it or run it directly?
If you save the skin before applying, you must double-click it to apply. Other wise, you must change the mouse settings to use the single click.
For more information, you can consult the following article:
Hope this information is useful.
AVI file will not play on any player, including Windows Media Player. Message says that the Directshow filters are missing. How to install these?
The following codec pack might be worth a try:
(FWIW... it's always a good idea to create a system)
Restore point before installing software or updates)
K - Lite Codec Pack (full)
(Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64)
When I start Media Player I don't see the cursor of the mouse to control anything. I use the Task Manager to close the windows media player.
I suggest that you update mouse drivers to their latest version. Don't simply check Windows Update, but the Logitech site as well.
If this does not help, then run the SFC scan once more with your installation of Vista DVD inserted in the computer. He is able to repair the missing and corrupt files then?
I'm working on a project that has videos on built-in slides.
When I save the project as a swf or exe file, it works fine. I need as an mp4. When I try to record it in a mp4, it works on a mac computer, but not on a Windows computer. I tried on Windows 7 and Windows 8. On Windows 7, I get a message saying "Windows Media Player has stopped working". On Windows 8, the message says "element not found."
Some Captivate mp4s works; others do not. I don't understand what the difference is. Videos seem to better operate the videos embedded in the slides.
I use 6 Captivate. I create projects on Windows 7.
I got it work. All I had to do was resize the project to a smaller size.
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