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Video Fixer Cutting Down The Last Part Of Shows?


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Some of the movies i downloaded does not allow me to fast-forward, so i had help from people on d2jsp and was told the solution to it is video-fixer, however i had a few test runs and realised that they fix the video, so that i could fast forward it to where i last stopped, but it cuts down the ending of the show.

Is it a norm or is something wrong. A movie is never complete without the ending omg

Btw, program im using is video fixer
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Download the trial of Power DVD which will allow fast forward and play from where it was stopped if you want that

http://www.gocyberli...ials_1_ENU.html
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oh sweet ty. It works better than video fixer? Cos i believe most of those cant that be fast-forwarded is due to faulty clips
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i downloaded and tried it. It didnt work =/ I cant fast-forward the clip. This works like window media player, and right now, some files i downloaded can only be played when i "video fix" it cos of faulty files i believe. Any other programs to recommend?

Edited by inite, 03 October 2005 - 10:59 AM.

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nope. keep in mind we don't support illegally obtained material including movies, ect.

to fix a broken video file check this site out
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illegally? My friend has the movie so he copied to his comp and sent it to me. But he can view it perfectly, not me.

Thx, i'll try it out =)
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didnt manage to find a solution =/

I think i need a program to fix my faulty movie clip, something like video fixer? But doesnt remove the last portion of clips.
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again visit the site I linked to, there are other programs besides video fixer that do the same job. virtual dub or TMPGEnc (I've used this one). however I think your problem is not the file but the codec. user Gspot to find what codec you need as well as other usefull info.
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ic thx for the help. Actually i've two problems now, one with codec, the other with the faulty video =/

I saw ur reply on the codec, gonna try it. I'll see again and see if i missed other programs apart from video fixer
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