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    be0wulf is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Exclamation Media Player Classic play problem

    So whenever I try to play a file, I get an error message like this:

    MPEG-1 Audio Decoder::Out
    AC3Filter::Out
    Audio Switcher::Out

    Media Type 0:
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    Audio: PCM 44100Hz stereo 1411Kbps

    AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
    majortype: MEDIATYPE_Audio {73647561-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
    subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_PCM {00000001-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
    formattype: FORMAT_WaveFormatEx {05589F81-C356-11CE-BF01-00AA0055595A}
    bFixedSizeSamples: 1
    bTemporalCompression: 0
    lSampleSize: 1
    cbFormat: 18

    WAVEFORMATEX:
    wFormatTag: 0x0001
    nChannels: 2
    nSamplesPerSec: 44100
    nAvgBytesPerSec: 176400
    nBlockAlign: 4
    wBitsPerSample: 16
    cbSize: 0 (extra bytes)

    pbFormat:
    0000: 01 00 02 00 44 ac 00 00 10 b1 02 00 04 00 10 00 ....DČ...▒......
    0010: 00 00 ..


    What's more, I can't hear any sound when I watch YouTube videos either. I've reinstalled the K-Lite Codec Pack to no avail. Help!


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    Um.. What file are you trying to play?
    I'm just assuming things, but
    Quote Originally Posted by be0wulf
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    Audio: PCM 44100Hz stereo 1411Kbps
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    1411Kbps is simply huge for a stereo (assuming you're playing a local video file).

    Anyway, try going to Options (view, options) under mplayerc, then go to output. Under DirectShow Audio, change that to a different thing (anything except null). See if that works.

    If that doesn't work, try opening the file with either Windows Media Player or VLC. See if it works. If those still doesn't work (especially if VLC doesn't work), then it might indicate there's something wrong with your driver -- which means you have to reinstall it.

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    uhh... if I remember right, that should be raw, uncompressed audio. PCM at that rating, I'm pretty sure that's what a CD runs at.

    Anyway, go to the Codec Tweek tool, and apply the 'Registry Non-working System sound' fix and reboot.
    If it still doesn't work, completely uninstall the K-lite codec pack, uninstall your sound card, reboot, re-install your sound card drivers, re-install K-lite, and then you should be good to go.
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    Umm.. there's another thing though... Check that the Windows Audio service Go to services (start> run> services.msc), and check that "Windows Audio" is Started.

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    It works now. Thanks guys!

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