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Registered: ‎01-07-2010

Re: Anyone else had trouble since upgrading to W7 and/or WMP12?

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 Ive got the same problem on my win7 x64 laptop. Installed a full codec package, still no difference, stays on 0%. So far the problem is only on certain avi's though. However it works completely fine on my vista machine so ive just been using that instead. Would be nice to know what the problem with win7 is though?
Message Edited by spark001uk on 01-07-2010 06:07 AM
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Registered: ‎08-31-2008

Re: Anyone else had trouble since upgrading to W7 and/or WMP12?

Don't know, but run it in XP compatibility mode, that should do it.
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Registered: ‎11-23-2009

Re: Anyone else had trouble since upgrading to W7 and/or WMP12?

Another update:

 

I finally gave up on the media converter and switched to video4fuze.  But it was a rocky transition.  Here's some helpful  pointers for anyone else who might want to do the same:

 

I downloaded and installed video4fuze.  Selected my target file and output folder.  After the second time trying it, I got an Error 2, "cannot find file".  I corrected this by clicking Advanced>Preferences and teaching video4fuze the correct path to the mencoder.exe program that it was missing.  (It was thinking the program was in appdata).  Next, I was getting an error associated with AVIMUX_GUI.exe.  I had to right click on this, select troubleshoot compatability, and tell Windows to run this in XP SP3 mode.  Finally, I got an error about Elevation Level.  So now when I start video4fuze, I run the program as an administrator.  Finally, it works perfectly.

 

Hope this helps Win 7 users.