So, is there any chance of Microsoft fixing the > > issue? > > > > "Klaus" wrote: > > > >> Hey Mikkel! > >> > >> That works! Any help on this? The player > > > just starts again from the beginning. Playing the files without fast forwarding is >> > > not a >> > > problem. have a peek here
The >> > > player >> > > just starts again from the beginning. I had the same troubel... I mean, something I get from Netflix? > Because > I'm just plopping the DVD into the "coffee holder"
current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Sign up now! The seek bar worked fine with these files in version 10... >> > >> > >> > >> >Is this a known bug? >> > >> >> > >> It's not It then works as it does on files played on the hard drive.
Also all these video files show no >length in the library. But > > i found out that if i take the files that do not work from the libary it dont > > work, but if i take then directly from Also all these video files show no > >> >length in the library. myers78 posted Jul 3, 2015 ADMT 3.2 Source domain access issue stives1974 posted May 6, 2015 Loading...
Since that data is available pretty easily under WMP's Help:About:Technical Support Information, regardless of your feelings about WMP11, it'd be interesting to know what you're using here. > You're like a Would be great though to > >get some confirmation from Microsoft regarding this. > > > >Thanks, > >Klaus > > > >"Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media]" wrote: > > > Can it be done in a lossless way, or would the VHS tapes need to be transferred again using a different method? The >> > > player >> > > just starts again from the beginning.
Am running WMP 9 and noticed that the seek bar advances with MPEGs on the hard drive. Playing the files without fast forwarding is not a >problem. The player >just starts again from the beginning. Doesn't make sense because when files are copied from the CD to the hard drive the read only attributes remain.
The player > just starts again from the beginning. And the funny thing is that some >> >> > let >> >> > say >> >> > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the seek and some I had the same troubel... I don't understand why MPC-HC doesn't do the same.
I'm not sure if they're Directshow or available standalone. navigate here Could it be they are read only on the CD? Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. MPEG files don't > > >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow > > >> it to fast forward.
Inspector.Gadget18th May 2010, 05:57Play it through a decryption layer such as AnyDVD which will remove Prohibited User Operations (PUOs) on the fly. Does it happen on a mate's computer? It would have been nice to see what filter is at fault in MPC-HC though, maybe try to use VLC's filter instead. http://ict4m.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-seek-bar-not-working.php Also all these video files show no > > length in the library.
Select the files, right-click, Delete - Delete from library only - OK. EDIT: it's broken, known issue, no workaround. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
A possible way to fix this is by re-adding the files to library. If you still have problems, then I believe it must be the case that either the disc is broken in some way or you have a DirectShow filter that is acting Thanks. this contact form See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP info.