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Old 2012-02-26, 18:51   Link #1
TempestGarden
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Windows 7 (x64)/CCCP/Core AVC/WMP 12 playback problems...

I just recently bought a new computer and I am having some playback issues that I have never encountered before. My new machine is running Windows 7 (64 bit and SP1) and I recently installed the latest versions of CCCP (11/11/11) and Core AVC (3.0.1). Now, when I attempt to play anime using WMP 12 all I get is a black screen (sized to match resolution of file) with no video or audio playing. Oddly enough, when I attempt to play other .mkv files that are not anime related, I have no issues playing them at all. This only applies to anime related files.

I went ahead and tried the Media Player Classic (never had to use it before because WMP always worked for me with above codecs installed) and there were a few issues I had to figure out with the subtitles and all but it seems to be working for the most part. Although, I do get video playback that studders at times.

But, I would like to find out what the issue is with WMP 12 though because it is frustrating me to no end. On my previous computer I was running Vista (32 bit) with the above codecs and never had a single problem for years when playing the files in WMP 11.

Anybody have any ideas why I might be experiencing these issues? Does it have anything to do with Windows Media Center? I have un-installed and re-installed both CCCP and CoreAvc multiple times so I don't think that is the issue. This is my first 64 bit computer and already I am finding that the 32 bit system just seemed to work better with less problems.

Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
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Old 2012-03-04, 13:30   Link #2
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Try this


1. Uninstall both CCCP and CoreAvc.

2. Remove all codec packs that you've installed if any, including CCCP, and any MPC-HC you have, don't forget to check 'remove installation data' or something like that if any appears.

3. Use CCleaner (if you don't have it, download here)

4. Clean out Registry using CCleaner (just to make sure CCCP, and CoreAvc is removed completely)

5. Do NOT install CoreAvc

5. Re-install CCCP Here, and don't touch any of the settings.

6. Play any Anime Mkv file using the built in media player classic.

(if this works let me know, and I'll help you with configuration for the Media Player Classic. With the latest CCCP & Windows 7 I don't think you need CoreAvc )
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Old 2012-04-11, 00:58   Link #3
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I'm having the exact same problem for some reason. I haven't watched any anime on my computer in a while now, and recently decided to again.

Only applies to anime related files for whatever reason, did something change?

Running Windows 7 x64.
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Old 2012-04-11, 01:12   Link #4
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If you are trying to use Windows Media Player, try the following setting: http://www.mediafire.com/?43blfrroahaefej
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Old 2012-04-11, 12:33   Link #5
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If you are trying to use Windows Media Player, try the following setting: http://www.mediafire.com/?43blfrroahaefej
Yeah, I was using WMP the most. I'll try this out.

I also used DivX video player, and it was doing the same thing there too.
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Old 2012-04-14, 15:31   Link #6
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CCCP is all you need for windows
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Old 2012-04-25, 23:36   Link #7
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If you are trying to use Windows Media Player, try the following setting: http://www.mediafire.com/?43blfrroahaefej
I tried this and this seems to have made things worse overall.

So, how do I get rid of it (or un-install) now that it is somewhere in my registry and I can't seem to locate it?
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:06   Link #8
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Open Haali Media Splitter settings.

That reg file enables the following:
Compatibility-> Autoload VSFilter (this should allow DirectVobSub/VSFilter to load in WMP)
Output-> Use Custom Media Type for H.264 (this will enable use of CoreAVC, FFDShow, LAV Video decoder or similar video decoder in WMP in Windows 7 - in CoreAVC installation this is usually enabled by default)
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:10   Link #9
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Oddly enough it's not letting me open the settings in Haali.

It gives me this error...

"There was a problem starting splitter.ax

The specified module could not be found."

Not sure what is going on here...

EDIT: I am going to un-install and re-install CCCP+MPC-HC and see if that helps. But, I would like to start from scratch because ever since I installed that registry file, even MPC-HC seems to be acting wacky. So, if you are able to describe how I can get rid of that registry file, I will start over.

Thanks.

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Old 2012-04-26, 00:24   Link #10
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It sounds like Haali Media Splitter might not be installed? In this case that registry file doesn't actually have any effect.

Maybe try restart your computer, reinstall and then restart your computer.
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:26   Link #11
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It was there before. It just really started acting up today.

Is it possible to get rid of the file haaliwin7.reg as well so I can start from scratch?
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:27   Link #12
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Remove all the codec packs and try mangatron's guide.

http://animangatron.blogspot.in/2011...d-windows.html
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:32   Link #13
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Is it possible to get rid of the file haaliwin7.reg as well so I can start from scratch?
You can delete the file if you wish. At the moment it doesn't do anything at all.

Note: That reg file does not install or uninstall Haali Media Splitter.
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:34   Link #14
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You can delete the file if you wish. At the moment it doesn't do anything at all.
I did a search for it already and nothing came up in search results. Really weird. It seems to be listed as cc_20120420_131140 in my documents library. Is it okay to delete that then?
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:35   Link #15
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Note: That reg file does not install or uninstall Haali Media Splitter.
Yeah, that is why this is all so weird...
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:37   Link #16
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cc_20120420_131140
That looks like a backup file from CCleaner.
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:39   Link #17
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That looks like a backup file from CCleaner.
DUH! LOL!

It is actually. I feel really dumb after posting that. It was just the same size as the registry file and around the same day that I installed the reg file.

Sorry..........

Which just made me think of something. Perhaps CCleaner actually got rid of the registry file and I didn't even realize it. Not sure why that would affect Haali Media Splitter though.
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:47   Link #18
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No idea what happened to HaaliMS but a reinstall should put it back in the same place.
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Old 2012-04-26, 00:58   Link #19
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No idea what happened to HaaliMS but a reinstall should put it back in the same place.
Yeah I am clueless.

I reinstalled everything and just for the heck of it I tried to open up the settings in Haali as you suggested earlier and I get the same error message that I got before as well.

I am really at a loss as to why this is happening.
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Old 2012-04-26, 01:02   Link #20
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Weird, did you already restart your computer?
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