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02-06-2005, 11:07 AM
K check it out now..... i think i used to have one of those old real players now i got real player 10.. and bt i download it always says real player needs to download new software to play this file WTF.. does that suppose to mean and what am i supposed to download..? help me plzzzzzzzzzz
02-06-2005, 12:04 PM
Try ZoomPlayer...it plays just about anything...um...actually anything! :D
Also make sure you have the right codecs installed on your computer as well! As for the problem with Real Media Player I think it might just be the file...I don't think it can play .ogm files...I could be wrong but just dl ZoomPlayer...its free! :D
02-06-2005, 12:08 PM
where can i download this zoom player....
You need to download Divx. Go to www.divx.com and download it there.
02-06-2005, 12:15 PM
Zoom Player is capable of playing all common media formats and quite a few of the not so common, including:
AVI, Matroska (MKV), QuickTime (MOV), Cellphone 3GPP (3GP), Flash (SWF), RealMedia (RA/RM/RMVB/RAM), Windows Media Format (ASF/WMV/WMA including DRM with WMV Professional version), OGG Movie (OGM), MPEG1 (MPG/VCD), MPEG2 (MPG/SVCD/VOB), MPEG4 (DIVX/XVID/ISO), VP3-VP6, MPEG Layer 3 (MP3), Vorbis Audio (OGG), Dolby Digital (AC3), Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), MusePack Audio (MPC), FLAC Audio (FLAC), OptimFROG Audio, Monkey Audio (APE), Wave Audio (WAV), CD-Audio.
02-06-2005, 12:21 PM
thanx guys... so which one is better divx or the zoomplayer?
Don't use Divx to watch the eps, the player looks gay. You just need the Divx software so the movies will run properly. Use whatever you want to watch them, but I recommend the BS player. The player looks cool and you can take your own screen shots with it. You can find it at www.bsplayer.org.
02-06-2005, 01:03 PM
ok i am tryin some of these players and stuff
http://packs.matroska.org/ Download his pack. The full version
http://www.videolan.org/ Download this player.
And that will fix your problem.Also before you install The Matroska pack full, Uninstall any other codecs on your PC. Then install
02-06-2005, 02:54 PM
oh so i can put these ep on dvd right?
To start yes, you can put it on a DVD-R/RW. Just like a data cd.
If you want to play them in a dvd player then no, unless the file is divX and you have a divX player.
If you want to make a DVD that will play in most standard DVD players then this is more complicated and time consuming.
I'm not going to explain here, because I'm too lazy ATM.
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