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Re: [OT] MPEG2 on Windows (was Re: How can I play avi, wmv, mov videos on a standalone DVD player?)

On Thu, Dec 29, 2005 at 08:58:17PM +0100, Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
On Thursday 29 December 2005 17:45, Ron Johnson wrote:
kino (which is a non-linear video editor) *might* be able to do
it, as onw of it's side functions.

Tangential on this topic, I encoded a movie from and AVI created by my digital camera on my Sarge box to MPEG2 to using Kino. It plays fine on all my systems, but I've sent it to friends, and they can't play it on their windows boxes... I wonder what MS has done to mess up that, it should be a no-brainer? It has to be their fault... :-) I don't have access to any windows-boxes now, has anybody else had this problem?



Windows doesn't include an MPEG2 decoder. You have to find or buy one or use VLC.

Steve Block

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