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MP 11 (Icons and DVD-Codex)

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Old 01-17-2007
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MP 11 (Icons and DVD-Codex)
Hello there!

Two problems with MP11 under Vista...

1) Some mp3's have the actual album cover as icon, not the hidden files,
that MP11 recognizes and displays in the media library. But this is only for
few mp3's. How can I configure this setting???

2) After I did some testing with other DVD software, my original built-in
codec seems to be lost. MP11 won't play any more DVD's, saying there's is not
enough memory (?) How do I get my original codec back?

Thanks!

Stephan
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Old 01-18-2007
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RE: MP 11 (Icons and DVD-Codex)
For your issue#2, if you are running Windows Vista RC2, the reason could be
the expiration of MPEG-2 codecs needed for MCE/DVD playback/burn. They have
expired around 4 Jan '07. The codecs in the final release do not have such
an expiration.

Naveen Thumpudi [MS]
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"Stephan Strauch" wrote:

> Hello there!
>
> Two problems with MP11 under Vista...
>
> 1) Some mp3's have the actual album cover as icon, not the hidden files,
> that MP11 recognizes and displays in the media library. But this is only for
> few mp3's. How can I configure this setting???
>
> 2) After I did some testing with other DVD software, my original built-in
> codec seems to be lost. MP11 won't play any more DVD's, saying there's is not
> enough memory (?) How do I get my original codec back?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Stephan

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Old 01-21-2007
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RE: MP 11 (Icons and DVD-Codex)
Try go change date to 3 january 2007.
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"Stephan Strauch" wrote:

> Hello there!
>
> Two problems with MP11 under Vista...
>
> 1) Some mp3's have the actual album cover as icon, not the hidden files,
> that MP11 recognizes and displays in the media library. But this is only for
> few mp3's. How can I configure this setting???
>
> 2) After I did some testing with other DVD software, my original built-in
> codec seems to be lost. MP11 won't play any more DVD's, saying there's is not
> enough memory (?) How do I get my original codec back?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Stephan

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