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Old 2006-06-15, 18:52   Link #41
aperson
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Originally Posted by Bannii
I did download the Matroska files there, and get two files One "Release unicode" and the other one "Release"

But what to do with these two files? I cant install them or unzip them? Im not very good at computers, so please inform me with the next step. So i might once and for all solve this mkv problem

Regards Bannii
That guide is outdated, and the splitter you've downloaded isn't as good as Haali's.
Goto http://www.rpguru.com/doc.php/help/playback.html and download Haali's Matroska Splitter. It's in .exe form so you shouldn't have problems installation.
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Old 2006-08-04, 02:39   Link #42
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can anyone tell me what codec pak is needed to play MPG files with Windows Media Player, i have Matroska pack and the Divx pack but they seemingly o not support the mpg video files

and yes a didi try the search option but because the word 'MPG' is too short it doesnt include it and its just the word i need, thus im asking here

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Old 2006-08-04, 03:07   Link #43
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can anyone tell me what codec pak is needed to play MPG files with Windows Media Player, i have Matroska pack and the Divx pack but they seemingly o not support the mpg video files
Windows Media Player should be able to play mpg files on its own. Have you tried going to Tools>Options...>File Types and checking the box for Movie file (mpeg)?

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Old 2006-08-04, 13:06   Link #44
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Correct, Windows is installed with a basic MPEG splitter and MPEG1 video/audio decoder. However you can put other non MPEG-1 things into the .mpg container like AAC audio or MPEG2 video, which you would specifically need decoders for. Unlikely that is the reason you can't play the file though.

I would say only if you have installed any other naughty codec packs, besides Matroska's, they might have deleted/unregistered the Windows filters. Otherwise mpg/mpeg files should play normally.
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