Flying Fox wrote:100 megabytes should be nothing. My only WMV file that gave me trouble is one that is 3.5 gigabytes. If I try to seek in 32-bit WMP it hangs (have to kill wmplayer.exe).
Flying Fox wrote:64-bit seems to behave better. It could be codec related. May be try disabling hardware acceleration, assuming your GPU supports that to some degree and your CPU is powerful enough.
Flying Fox wrote: At this point you pretty much want the video to play, right?
Flying Fox wrote:Since you paid good money (I hope), shouldn't they provide you support or send you a different file if the source material is corrupt?
Flying Fox wrote:GSpot/MediaInfo
Flying Fox wrote:VLC or MPlayer?
SpotTheCat wrote:If VLC won't play it the files have a problem.
UberGerbil wrote:There must be utilities that run through media files looking for corruption issues. Does GSpot do that?
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