Frank Smith wrote:
> Hi Ralph
> I'm not sure what driver I'm using!
> Seems ok now though.
> I had a few avi's that didn't seem to play but I think they maybe in
> wide screen format and this is causing a problem.
no, some AVIs and WMVs sometimes don't play regarding to versions of
codec packages for Linux or because of the used media player. I
sometimes try different media players. Btw. those Windows codecs or
containers sometimes even can't be played on Windows PCs, especially
those from 'permissive artwork pages'. I wonder if those videos are
really videos all the time. High definition formats are ok, I only had
issues when I try to convert from wide screen to 4:3, people became
Coneheads, Mickey Mouse voices and video and audio were completely out
I don't suspect the X driver or your graphics, but codec libs,
applications and malicious non-videos.
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