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Old 2004-06-10, 06:32   Link #1
DigitalKitty
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.AVI troubles

Ok, here's my trouble with the .AVI files. I recently downloaded the Naruto 2-4 episodes, and they appeared to have downloaded correctly. When I tried to play them, I kept getting that error message saying the appropriate decompressor was unable to be downloaded. I found your post here about that problem, and I downloaded the level 1 fdd_show file thing and installed it. When I went to go play it again, I didn't get the error anymore, but for some reason, the video would show a "snapshot" of somewhere in the middle of the opening theme and freeze there, and the music would play as normal. Is this a problem with the files? or my computer? Any advice would be very helpful! Thank you much!
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Old 2004-06-10, 07:30   Link #2
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Originally Posted by DigitalKitty
Ok, here's my trouble with the .AVI files. I recently downloaded the Naruto 2-4 episodes, and they appeared to have downloaded correctly. When I tried to play them, I kept getting that error message saying the appropriate decompressor was unable to be downloaded. I found your post here about that problem, and I downloaded the level 1 fdd_show file thing and installed it. When I went to go play it again, I didn't get the error anymore, but for some reason, the video would show a "snapshot" of somewhere in the middle of the opening theme and freeze there, and the music would play as normal. Is this a problem with the files? or my computer? Any advice would be very helpful! Thank you much!
Installing ffdshow is the right way to go, but did you uninstall every other codec as well? Doesn't seem so ^_^

That's what to do:
Uninstall every video codec incl. ffdshow
Install ffdshow from the stickied thread
Hopefully it should work now. If not, use GSpot on the file and see if the necessary codecs are installed.
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