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Video discoloured and distorted - Codec needed?


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Edited by mauve, 14 November 2006 - 08:12 AM.

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Does this only happen with files that require this codecs?
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no man most of them actually....
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Try changing the hardware acceleration level down.
Does that help?
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wont that affect system performance....??
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Yes it will. What i'm trying to establish what the problem is and to do that we need to troubleshoot.
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no man it didnt, infact it worsened it a bit i think....
thanx for all the help you are providing man...
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Uninstall your drivers and reinstall the latest.
Uninstall your codec packs and reinstall them.
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Yeah!! its allrite now..i guess the new Divx Player did the trick....
thanx for the help man....
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