Although inconvenient, I must click > on > the fast forward button to the right of the seek bar to "activate" it so I > can click anywhere to select a The seek bar worked fine with these files in version > >> >> > > 10... > >> >> > > > >> >> > > Is this a known bug? MPEG files don't seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow it to fast forward. Clicking the seek bar restarts the song. http://vicnot.net/media-player/media-player-seek-not-working.html
MPEG files don't > seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow > it to fast forward. MPEG files don't >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow >> it to fast forward. I keep having annoying problems with it. Do any of the following actions show up in a credit report? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/970775
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I had the same troubel... Sure enough, this was the problem. Windows Vista Tips Forums > Newsgroups > Windows Media Player > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Since this works for me on my system, but not you on yours - what's the difference here?
Great, thank you very much for the tip. It would have been nice to see what filter is at fault in MPC-HC though, maybe try to use VLC's filter instead. But > > i found out that if i take the files that do not work from the libary it dont > > work, but if i take then directly from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28007594/media-player-seek-option-not-working-properly Dont know why but it works for mee.. > > > > "Klaus" wrote: > > > > > Hi! > > > > > > When I play MPEG files
And the funny thing is that some let say > avi files with a Xvid codec work fine with the seek and some did not... You're probably lucky it works with VLC. Defrosting individual frozen fish fillets---- in their plastic packets, or not? Playing the files without fast forwarding > >> >> > > is > >> >> > > not a > >> >> > > problem.
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? http://video.stackexchange.com/questions/15621/change-codec-so-seek-bar-works-in-windows-media-player Dont know why but it works for >> > mee.. >> > >> > "Klaus" wrote: >> > >> > > Hi! >> > > >> > > When I play Can Newton's laws of motion be proved (mathematically or analytically) or are they just axioms? What's the title and region number? (If I have the same DVD, I'd like to check it out) mikeggsm18th May 2010, 23:08The DVD is "The Mysterious Cities of Gold" in French
MPEG files don't > > >> seem to have the index which WMP gets from native WMV files to allow > > >> it to fast forward. have a peek at these guys Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Browse other questions tagged windows-7 mp3 music windows-media-player media-player or ask your own question. Milvus18th May 2010, 23:20I don't have this particular disc set, but it does not suprise me, being DVDs from Kazé.
Since that data is available pretty easily under WMP's Help:About:Technical Support Information, regardless of your feelings about WMP11, it'd be interesting to know what you're using here. > You're like a asked 4 years ago viewed 27393 times active 3 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 8 days Get the weekly newsletter! Argh! http://vicnot.net/media-player/media-player-11-media-sharing-not-working.html Besides the seek issue you'll probably get better playback performance, and it doesn't require any end-user involvement - they continue to use WMP as usual.
I want screenshots to be saved with a name like "Title (HH:MM:SS)". usually much earlier. Cheers - Neil ------------------------------------------------ Digital Media MVP : 2004-2006 http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/mvpfaqs Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media], Aug 31, 2006 #2 Advertisements Klaus Guest Re: Windows Media Player 11 / seek bar
You'll see the FF/RW buttons are disabled when a file is created like that. Klaus "Mikkel" wrote: > Okay.... You'll see the FF/RW buttons are disabled when a >> > >> file is created like that. >> > >> >> > >> >> > >> Cheers - Neil >> > In other words, If I play the song from the beginning, after 20 seconds the singer will say "Hello" but if I use the seek function to 20 sec I will
How would you say "to scold" in a less formal way? You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others. Not the answer you're looking for? this content If you still have problems, then I believe it must be the case that either the disc is broken in some way or you have a DirectShow filter that is acting
Although inconvenient, I must click on the fast forward button to the right of the seek bar to "activate" it so I can click anywhere to select a location in the Also all these video files show no > > > length in the library. Also all these video files show no > > length in the library. So, you can't really say some filter is at fault for not managing to circumvent this problem. :rolleyes: vBulletin v3.8.9, Copyright ©2000-2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.