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« on: March 25, 2005, 01:14:43 AM »


i wasnt sure where to post this..........i right clicked on an .AVI film, went in to properties , advanced and the selected compress to save disc space then apply and ok , after that the file name under the icon was blue and i tried to play it but all i got was the sound playing as mp3 so i went to search in the start menu and searched for the .AVI file under files and folders and nothing came up so i clicked on look in hidden files and folder and there was the .AVI file and also 2 internet explorer icons with the file name , i right clicked and selected open containing folder , somehow it had ended up in the local settings folder / history / today / my computer so i opend the file and it played fine with visual and audio ,  so can any1 tell me whats going on here and can i get it back to normal plz lol
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« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2005, 06:16:18 PM »

What kind of AVI is this? A DivX? XVid?
You may need to re-encode the file. Check on www.videohelp.com for a lot of HowTo's on this subject.
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