[Matroska-users] Trouble with Matroska

Ivan Kowalenko ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Sat Jun 17 18:28:21 CEST 2006

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On Jun 16, 2006, at 13.46, desmond liew wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm using Media Player Classic 6.4.9 to play all video files. I  
> also installed MatroskaPack (Full) 1.1.2.
> Recently, i tried to play a .avi movie. The avi file was encoded  
> with 4cc dx50/xvid video decoder and MP3 audio decoders  
> respectively (i checked this with GSpot utility).
> The problem is that green lines appear horizontally (below screen)  
> and diagonally across the screen while movie is running. Also, the  
> video is smudged. I downloaded the new divx 6.2 trial version  
> decoder but still the same results.

Sounds like it *could* be a problem with your media player. Try  
another media player, see if the problem persists. Also, try  
installing the XviD codec, it might help. On the other hand, it could  
just be that you've disabled the DivX 5 codec, which is displayed in  
one of your screenshots.

> I also need to use matroska splitter so that i can read the  
> subtitles (so far it's working ok).

Yeah, until media players support MKV natively, this will be  
required. Some players, however, like VLC, can play MKV files out of  
the box, with all of the bells and whistles at your disposal,  
including multiple video tracks, multiple audio tracks, subtitle  
tracks, and chapter points. Also, all of VLC's codecs are internal,  
so if something gets corrupted in the Windows Video subsystem, VLC  
will remain unaffected.

> What sould i do to correct this problem? Please help.
> I've attached a few screenshots for your consideration
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