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Old 6 Jan 2003, 03:58 AM   #1
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Hi there,

I have a weird playback problem.
I have now 2 films with the same problem. They are Share Reactor rips so extremely good. The little annalizing program I use (Gspot) says that the two films use an audiocodec named AC3. Well.. I know that is the DVD audio stream. The weird thing is. I recently reinstalled my whole PC and after that I could play the film WITH audio (but the Windows Media Player 9 crashed after playing DivX files, so I use the old grey WMP). After some updates of Windows (XP) the craches stopped, but also the playback of these movies. I've installed the Nemo Codec pack. I know this could be solved without uninstalling Windows Updates..
I already tried using PowerDVD or Virtual Dub but no results...
Can anyone help me? 'cos I think ShareReactor started using new methodes of ripping.
Thanks in advance.
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Old 6 Jan 2003, 04:51 AM   #2
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A few pointers:

"Sharereactor" Does not rip the movie or files themselves. They simply host their site as an indexing service for several p2p programs such a edonkey. The rips themselves are sometimes named "xx.ShareReactor.xx" but that is simply as a trade-mark. The rips come from normal users that happen to rip a movie or what-not and release them in the Sharereactor forum, which sometimes happens to end up on the SR main page.

As for your problem, try using BSPlayer or "Tha Playa" to view the movies you download.
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Old 6 Jan 2003, 08:04 AM   #3
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Nope.. none of the players prevailed..
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I can't give you any additional help at this point, but search the forum and you might find an answer to your problem...hope you do
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maybe you can try to install audiofilters.zip or ac3filter_0_63b.exe available on http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/divx__ac3.htm
I hope that helps...
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Old 7 Jan 2003, 03:42 AM   #6
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YEAH!! The Audio filter indeed did help!
Many many thanks!!
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