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If other files of the same type work or not. Privacy policy About CCCP Disclaimers User:Checkers/Troubleshooting/Video From CCCP < User:Checkers‎ | Troubleshooting Jump to: navigation, search NOTE: this page is in TESTING. It can contain video compressed (or not) with any of hundreds of different codecs. It looks stretched! (or what does anamorphic mean) This means you're trying to watch an anamorphic encode using a player that doesn't support aspect ratio correction or that VSFilter is trying http://magicnewspaper.com/media-player/solved-windows-media-player-high-contrast-and-wrong-colours.html

It worked fine, except the color is all wrong. Upgrading to the newest CCCP (and not decoding DivX with DivX) will solve your problems as it now has a fixed ffdshow. Uncheck "Windows Media Video Acceleration". Install a different version of your graphics driver.Q:The video contains one or more weird linesA:This may happen with some buggy graphics drivers. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/colours-all-wrong-when-playing-divx.721069/

Windows Media Player Color Problem

Can I change the avi or do I have to redo it? Use Vista's default theme instead of the classic theme.General solutions to try when the video displayed is all messed up:In Media Player Classic, go to Options -> Playback -> Output -> You need to disable it. Oh wait, that's right, it's not their fault (...) it's your codec pack (yeah right). 03-21-2007 01:54 PMObi Wan Celeri Feedback Can anyone give me solution for the same problem?

Scroll down to the bottom. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... Go to "Video -> All Settings". Video Tearing If it's a file you are still downloading, make sure the download finishes before trying again.

When converting a YUV colorspace to RGB, the correct standard (BT.601 or BT.709) must be used and the correct range (TV or PC levels) must be used. For example ffdshow can be used for resizing the video.Q:The video looks too bright when DXVA is usedA:Go the Catalyst Control Center of your ATI graphics card. This can cause stuttering sound over an optical or digital-coaxial connection, and even no sound at all from the analog sound card outputs. https://www.moviecodec.com/general/avi-files-play-ok-but-other-video-formats-play-with-wrong-colors-18063/ In the dialogue box that pops up, look for the filename and path of the MP4 you're trying to play.

Open the "video and television" options. (You need to be in the advanced view). Kawaii Codec Pack The videos are resized to the proper DAR, display aspect ratio (which is also the pixel aspect ratio, PAR), on playback. The subtitles blink in some H.264 encoded MKV's. IMPORTANT!

Mpc-hc Color Correction

Might or might not work. http://forum.bsplayer.com/general-talk-support/6627-color-corruption-avi-files.html Also, even if I do manage to save these settings, I don't want the hassle of having to switch back and forth between settings as I go between DivX and non-DivX Windows Media Player Color Problem It looks blocky or generally odd, what do I do? Media Player Classic Color Settings MPC crashes for some people who are using Windows ME.

In WMP, right-click on the title bar of the window or the Now Playing tab 2. No worries, here's a list of common problems and a basic troubleshooting guide, and if it still doesn't work you can always ask in #CCCP. If you have problems with a single file, or a single type of files, read about the specific problems below. this was on a Geforce 7900GT, how this is don on a ATI card i don't know. 02-25-2007 10:40 AMdirle Feedback You may need to tinker with you video card settings Disabling P010 In Lav Video Settings

vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Press OK and restart MPC. Some TVs have an option to choose between Full and Reduced range. By jpoel in forum Newbie / General discussions Replies: 4 Last Post: 11th Aug 2010, 10:36 Two seperate VLC playback issues By ecc in forum Software Playing Replies: 13 Last Post:

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Spurl this Post! Mpc-be MySpace #6 (permalink) 28th July 2005 sr.metalsombrero Junior Member BS.Player Newbie Join Date: Jul 2005 Posts: 1 Rep Power: 0 Did you update your Nvidia video drivers to Should this happen to you, simply shut Miro down, or use MPC.

The videos are resized to the proper PAR, pixel aspect ratio, on playback.

Uncheck it. This only affects releases from around September 2004. Overlay Mixer doesn't load You have Overlay Mixer selected as the video renderer in your player, but it doesn't appear to be used (for example, it is not listed under the Madvr It seems that some Sony Vaio laptops come with a bunch of more or less broken DirectShow filters preinstalled.

I'll see if I can find any setting that might fix the problem later. Go to your graphics card options. In ffdshow video decoder configuration, on the Output page, uncheck YV12.If you (sometimes) see a single single horizontal line in the video, then that is called "tearing". This either means your video file has a fault in it, or there is a buggy filter somewhere.

This is a problem with Windows 2003 and with XP64 themselves. A common problem when you have this issue is the player crashing with an exception pointing to ffdshow.ax. If the checksum fails it means either your file is corrupt or incomplete. Click OK, and reboot your computer.

Run the CCCP Insurgent 2.