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Old 16 Dec 2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default "No suitable splitter was found" msg on RadLight while trying to play mp4

I am using RadLight 4 to play videos as it's my favorite program. From radlight.com
I have installed quicktime, ffdshow and just installed RadLight but I get the msg while opening file on RadLight:
# RLGB error : No suitable splitter was found

The file opens fine on WMP.
Mediainfo gives the following info about the video content in case you need it:
AVC (High@L4.0)(CABAC/5 Ref Frames)

I have tried enabling and disabling codec H.264 on ffdshow but same results, I can even play it on WMP with the codec disabled on ffdshow I believe it's due to having quicktime, there is some graph build needed or some "Source and Splitter filter configuration" to configure here is a screenshot:
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For mkv mp4 m4v I use Matroska Splitter
You should find it on Haali Media Splitter home page.
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Old 20 Dec 2012, 04:42 PM   #3
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For mkv mp4 m4v I use Matroska Splitter
You should find it on Haali Media Splitter home page.
that's true! is a shame lav splitter didn't work.
and I didn't have to configure anything on radlight it just loaded the file right off.
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I use SPlayer portable. If you don't need PGS subtitle support the free Splash Lite seems to work well. But I'm sure you want to get this player to work. I used VLC for just about everything until it started crashing all the time. Seems like the latest versions are starting to stabilize. But it's not rock solid like it used to be.
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