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can anyone help? have been using mpcstar for past few yrs and no problem but today couldn't see anything but can hear sound. tried uninstalling the old version and now have version 4.2 newest and same problem still occurs.

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Well, we have been waiting for two days for an answer to Wiz's question. Maybe if you had answered it ...

You need to determine what the cause of the problem is. The assumption that it's mpcstar's fault is, so far, entirely unjustified. First, eliminate your hardware as a cause. Next, eliminate your ancillary software as a cause. Those two, and especially changes in them, are overwhelmingly more likely to be the reason why audio or video suddenly stops working.

One good way to begin your software investigation is to ask yourself the question that Wiz asked. See?

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Does this happen for all videos or just a particular one (a specific codec)?

Just a particular one :rolleyes:

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Do you care to share a little more info (file type, codec, framerate, audio codec)?

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Matroska video file,AAC 48000Hz stereo,but I can't find other details(codec and framerate)from this video :blink:sorry,I'm still a newbie..

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Have you tried reinstalling the application?

Can you access the ffdshow video configuration interface?

You can find the rest of the details by opening the file in another player and looking at the file info/properties.

Try vlc.

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Try feeding the file to Gspot 2.70 and see if it will identify the video codec in the matroska file. It says it can.

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Do you care to share a little more info (file type, codec, framerate, audio codec)?

51831617rofl.gif Nah... it's more fun to mind-read. :lol: Where's your sense of adventure, Wiz?? :D

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Successfully opened it by VLC Media Player ~

Here the full details-

Video File: Matroska video file

Video Codec: avc1,

Framerate: 29.970628

Audio Codec: mp4a

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@ NEOS: Open the ffdshow video configuration GUI and choose Codecs in the left categories list.

On the codecs page make sure that at H.264/AVC entry, "libavcodec" is selected.

@ joeong12: AVI is merely the container type. It doesn't dictate what codec will be used for playing the file. If you follow this thread from start to end you'll find that the answer is pretty much the same for you too.

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