[Matroska-users] Re: [Matroska-general] WTF happened to my AVi and MPG files
Christian HJ Wiesner
chris at matroska.org
Sun Dec 18 13:36:03 CET 2005
are you sure you do have the matroska full pack installed ? Our full
pack is coming with the famous ffdshow decoder, a free decoder filter
based on a library made of the great FFMPEG L-GPL decoders for Linux.
You are obviously lacking a decoder filter for AC3 audio, thats why your
first AVI has no sound. ffdshow has all of that, and it won't display
any DivX logos during playback. This logo is an indication to me that a
VERY OLD version of the old DivX decoder is still installed on your PC,
causing the slow playback.
If you do have the full pack installed, can you please check in 'program
files' 'matroska pack' 'ffdshow' 'configuration' and send me another
screenshot of the 'codecs' configuration page of ffdshow, so that i can
see if ffdshow is set to decode stuff, and what ?
Ruben Escano schrieb:
> Thank you for your speedy response to my e-mail and sorry for the
> After e-mailing you, I un-installed the 3 programs I had downloaded
> from your website. However, the other day I reinstalled Matroska
> Pack. I no longer see a green screen, as I reported to you in my
> previous e-mail. However, my AVI files seem strange. The look as if
> they are moving slower or going at less FPS. In addition, one group
> of AVI files (my PBS Evolution series) plays without audio. And, all
> of my AVI files have a small DIVX video logo on the bottom right hand
> side of the screen that slowly appears and then fades away (this does
> not happen with my MPG files). My MPG files, when opened in Winamp,
> open in a smaller default screen than my AVI files. I must then
> resize the window.
> I have attached two screen shots of 3 renders of the graphedit program
> you told me to download. I needed two screenshots becuase not all of
> the 'boxes' fit in one screenshot. The first render is of an AVI
> that does not have any audio . The second render is of an MPG file
> ("Family Guy - A Fish Out of Water.mpg") that opens in a small screen
> when played in Winamp. The third render is of an AVI file
> ("Battlestar Galactica [1x08] Flesh And Bone.avi") that seems to be
> moving slowly and seems to have fewer FPS than it had before I
> installed any programs from Matroska.
> All of these symptoms were displayed after the install, un-install,
> and/or reinstall of a Matroska program. I have not installed or
> downloaded any media programs since I first installed a Matroska
> program. Thank you for your help. And I hope the information I have
> given you can help you decide what is going on with my video files.
> On 12/12/05, *Christian HJ Wiesner* <chris at matroska.org
> <mailto:chris at matroska.org>> wrote:
> Ruben Escano schrieb:
> > After downloading mediaplayer classic, Matroska Pack, Haali Media
> > Splitter, and Matroska Splitter I could watch mkv videos perfectly.
> > However, whenever I play AVI or MPG videos with either Windows Media
> > Player or Winamp all I see is green video. I am extremely
> angered by
> > this problem and hope that your team can help me resolve it
> > -Ruben
> First of all, watch your tone. We understand that you are 'angered' ,
> but this is what you get from installing a shitload of different codec
> packs on your computer : incompatibility of the dozens of different
> codecs and filters can lead to this result. Carry your anger to
> Microsoft, who made DirectShow stupid and easy to break. Carry it also
> to companies like Ahead (Nero), who are installing many different
> DirectShow filters on the users computer with a simple burning app
> Nero, and without informing the user at all, or giving him the
> choice to
> decide against that.
> Now, to solve your problem :
> Google for a tool from Microsoft called 'graphedit.exe' . Start
> the exe
> file (needs no installation) and do a 'file' 'render media file'
> on an
> AVI and on a MPEG giving you the problems. Send us the screenshots, as
> JPEG or PNG, of the graphs you are going to see. We can then have
> a look
> and try to see where the problem is coming from. Very likely, its a
> badly coded DirectShow filter on your PC which is jumping in while it
> shouldn't, and breaking everything.
> Note that our packs are having more than 2 Mio downloads, and we never
> ever had such a problem reported to us.
> matroska project admin
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