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Old 2006-06-20, 12:09   Link #1
saznami
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Help! I'm terrible with technology.

I have not ever been able to open any anime files (I don't know the correct term, i'm all new to this.) when i do it comes up with a warning thing that say's...

"One or more unrecognized tracks have been added for playback. These tracks will not be added for playback."

I don't really understand what this means, I suck at computers.

I'd love some help if thats possible. But if there isn't anything that i can do then just leave it. Thanks anyway for reading.

I Just realized this might even be in the wrong place so if it needs to be moved then please move it.
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Old 2006-06-20, 12:30   Link #2
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We need a lot more information from you before we can start to help, otherwise we could just be wasting our time trying to guess just what it is you mean.

First, please give us the full name of the anime file you are trying to play.

Examples
[Lunar] Ouran High School Host Club - 11 [A86FB88E].avi
[orz]_Kamisama_Kazoku_-_03_[655D4AFA].mkv
[Froth-Bite]Binchotan_-_11-12[704BE6A8].mp4

Or do they look like this?

Examples
[IY-F&Oki]_NANA_-_Episode_10_(XviD1.2)_[FA61EF16].avi.torrent
[Triad]_Akagi_-_11.avi.torrent

Do your files have similar type names? Please tell us exactly the names of the files. I suspect the problem may be that you haven't actually downloaded the anime files but just the torrent files. If you tell us exactly what you have downloaded it would help.

Also, please have a read of the [READ ME FIRST] AnimeSuki Playback Help Guide.

It may be a bit complicated but the important files you need are
(i) a codec, e.g. ffdshow
(ii) a media player, e.g. Media Player Classic

If you downlaod these, then it will be a start.
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Old 2006-06-20, 12:43   Link #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xris
It may be a bit complicated but the important files you need are
(i) a codec, e.g. ffdshow
(ii) a media player, e.g. Media Player Classic

If you downlaod these, then it will be a start.
This is most likely the problem. If it persist's i'll try to give a more of a description next time. Thanks for your help. Sorry for wasting your time if i did.
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