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Old 2 Sep 2003, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default flickering problem!!

I've read all the post about the flickering problem but nothing seem to have work for me.

Ok here is what i use:
P3 850
256M memory
8M video card memory
win98 and BSplayer

Codec i use:
DIVx 5.05
XviD-24062003-1 _ALPHA_ Release
ffdshow the latest
ac3filter 67b
divx 311alpha
3ivx 4.04
Matroska playback pack 0.5

My problem just start this week. I was using divx 4 and a old version of xvid for a long time and then i decided to install the new version of these codec because i wasn't able to play some new video.
I uninstalled all my codec and then reboot win98. Then i have install all these codec . I've started to notice some flickering on some xvid movie so i tried to change my xvid and ffdshow codec but no difference. I also try to let xvid decode xvid video and not ffdshow but no difference.

So tonight i've found this message board and try a lot of useful thing but i always have the same problem.

I don't know if this can help but when i tried to play my video with WM9 i got an error codec message but the video still play with just the same flickering problem that i have with BSplayer.

I've put a picture from GSpot of my codec. Hope it will help!

So if someone can help me!!

i'm really sorry for my english ^_^ this is not my birth language
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Old 2 Sep 2003, 03:25 PM   #2
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go to ffdshow filter properties and go under codecs. select all that are there
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Old 3 Sep 2003, 03:25 AM   #3
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Thank but i've already try this and i have the same grainy video.
Thank anyway
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Old 3 Sep 2003, 05:41 AM   #4
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with your 8mb card i suggest you reduce your desktop to 16bit and try a resolution of 640 x 480 when playing videos!

(many players can swith to this resolution on the fly when playing files)
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Old 7 Sep 2003, 04:16 AM   #5
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i have the same flickering problem...
then i tried a resolution of 600x800. but then i saw the movie upside down and flipped....
at a normal resolution i don't have that problem, but i do have the flickering problem...
i only have this problem with 1 movie. is the problem the movie? or my PC? or some codecs???
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