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blixcougar

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#1 16 years ago

Hey i need help with frap99. When I press the hot key it says rex at the top left. So i press it again when I am done expecting it to stop. I get out of AA and see if the movie is there. It is there in C:/Fraps but there are two. Anyways the problem is that whenever I double click on one of them it says: Class not Registered.

Can anyone help If you can that would be great.:rock:




blixcougar

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#2 16 years ago

I downloaded the new Divx. I tried to open the file from there and this is what came up. Look at the pic.




azzkiker

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#3 16 years ago

DUDE..........Ur using the "WRONG" player!!! Thats why! Fraps does NOT record in "DivX" format!!! Its Mpeg i think! So, use Windows Media Player! Also, don't u see the video icon??? Thats a WMP icon!;)




blixcougar

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#4 16 years ago

When I open it with Windows Media Player it says. Class not Registered:|




azzkiker

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#5 16 years ago

DivX player is NOT Windows Media Player!!! If u know that and ARE using teh CORRECT "WMP" then u MAY need the update to version 9.0 OR use realplayer! :D




blixcougar

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#6 16 years ago

I updated the Windows Media Player and tried it on RealPlayer. But on all the players it says Class Not Registered. When I installed it it said that the WMP would allow AVI files, but it is not working:(




blixcougar

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#7 16 years ago

This is a pic of me trying to open it in Windows Media Player




blixcougar

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#8 16 years ago

I clicked on one of the movies and went to properties. It says Media Length: This file is invalid or corrupted. Any help?:uhm: :frog: :fistpunch: :uhoh: :dance:




azzkiker

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#9 16 years ago

Hmmm. i don't quite undestand! What does "class NOT registered mean"? Weird! I never got that! try the "Web Help" button! :D




SnakeEyesPanama

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#10 16 years ago

You need to look closely at your codecs and their setting in device mangler..

Most likely you have NOT an encoding one but a decoding one.

CLASS NOT REGISTERED means that there is a vdx file which was never added to the rundll.dll class config file.

Basically a file is PRESENT on your hard drive but is not listed in the various ini and dll files that are used to playback or record such an extension.

Your best bet is to DEINSTALL anything that is on your system that has DivX capability.

Then find a solid player that you KNOW works standalone.

Once you install THAT player, ALL other players will know how to find the proper codecs for playback and sampleing.

Good luck...

(I used divx 2.0 alpha player on divx.com)

Get JUST the codec HERE...

http://download.divx.com/divx/DivX503Bundle.exe




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