Video Player Does Not Showing Picture

Video Player Does Not Showing Picture

What to do when when your video player doesn't showing picture, doesn't showing any video, just a black screen or you are able to here only sound not able to see any video.

Then you need a good Codec pack. The K-Lite pack is the best one.

What is K-Lite Codec Pack ?
K-Lite Codec Pack is a collection of codecs and related tools. Codecs are required to encode and/or decode (play) audio and video. The K-Lite Codec Pack is designed as a user-friendly solution for playing all your movie files. Follow the simple steps of my previous article How To Play All Files In Window Media Player.

How To Play Counter Strike Game On LAN & Online

How To Play Counter Strike Game On LAN & Online

Here are some simple steps to play Counter Strike Game On LAN & Online with friends.

How To Play Counter Strike Game On LAN

After you have connected all the computers with a router
1) One of you go and click on 'new multilayer game' and start a game.
2) When the game has started ask your friends to go into console by pressing (`) key.
3) In it first type 'slist' (without quotes). It will show if there are any servers.
4) The server will appear if you have connected your computers correctly. then type 'connect 1' (without quotes). You should get connected now.

How To Play Counter Strike Game On Online

there is a way using program called Hamachi. it can be found here too. but i couldn't make it work. there are some things that have to be done but i couldn't find what. it is complicated.
There is similar program called Wippien. it should be easier to use but i couldn't make it work either. but both can work if you know how to configure it.
Both are free and small in size.
How To Type In  Hindi, Kannada, Tamil & Other Indian Language

How To Type In Hindi, Kannada, Tamil & Other Indian Language

I found software by which i will able to type in many Indian languages like Kannada, Devanagari, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Bengali, and Oriya.

Baraha 7.0, the open source software, using which you can write in several Indian languages ...
Like as Hindi, Tamil, Telgu, Marathi, kannad etc. .....!!!

Easy to use Transliteration scheme. Type in English characters and get Indian language scripts on the fly.

No learning curve for typing required! Needs the know-how of the English keyboard only.

Standalone program for editing, printing documents. Needs no other editors.

In addition to the standard formatting features, supports multi-columns, pictures, bullets, indentation, tab-stops, hyperlinks, e.t.c.

Supports Kannada, Devanagari, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati, Gurumukhi, Bengali, and Oriya scripts.

Supports typing latinized Indian language text.

Baraha Direct supports typing Indian language ANSI text into any Windows application, that lets you select the Baraha TrueType fonts.

Baraha fonts are compatible with MS-Word.

Baraha Direct supports typing Indian language UNICODE text into any windows applications that support UNICODE.

Supports conversion of one Indian language text to another in other applications. See:Baraha Direct, Baraha Convert Supports sorting of Indian language text in other applications. See:Baraha Direct, Baraha Sort Baraha Direct allows conversion of Indian language text between ANSI and UNICODE data.

Supports KGP Keyboard - the standard keyboard for Kannada language proposed by the Karnataka Govt.

Supports Standard Kannada Fonts proposed by the Karnataka Govt.

You can use Kannada fonts from other vendors - which conform to the standard, in Baraha and vice versa.

Supports TSCII 1.7 based fonts for Tamil script. Other TSCII 1.7 based Tamil fonts can be used in Baraha. See...
Useful for desktop publishing, e-mailing, web-sites in Indian languages.

The Indian language text in various formats such as Text, RTF, UNICODE, HTML, can be copied and pasted from other applications into Baraha and vice versa.

Supports exporting text as Text, RTF, UNICODE, HTML documents, and as BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, PCX picture files.

Script Override feature enables converting Indian language text from one script to another. This feature can be effectively used for learning one script from another.
brhfc converts documents between Baraha and other 3rd party fonts.

brhhtml converts web pages in Baraha fonts and 3rd party fonts to UNICODE format.
brhdc converts TrueType based rtf documents to UNICODE format.

brhsort sorts Indian language text in ascending/descending order.

and much more...

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Dealing With Frequent DLL Errors

Dealing With Frequent DLL Errors

DLL files or Dynamic Link Libraries are used by your Windows operating system to save executable program codes that are dynamically loaded to system memory only when they are required. Use of DLL files helps to save storage space on the hard disk because programs can share DLL files comprising common functions they need to use and also helps in saving system resources because the DLL file is loaded only when it needs to be used.

At any given time, a Windows computer may comprise hundreds of DLL files. Many of these files are installed when you setup your Windows operating system. The rest are copied later when you install a new application. In order to work, all DLL files are first registered in the Windows registry.

With the presence of so many DLL files, there can be several reasons for DLL errors. For example, missing msvcrt.dll or missing msvcr71.dll errors may occur when:

* The file is overwritten by another—usually older—version.
* The file is deleted by a disk cleanup utility, program uninstallation process or user error.
* The file is damaged due to application or System crashes.
* The file is unable to work normally due to hardware problems.

To prevent these problems, you need to do the following:

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While installing any new program, be careful NOT to overwrite current versions of files with their older versions.

* When uninstalling, ensure that you do not delete any file that is shared with other applications on your computer.

* Try to avoid downloading software from unsolicited web sites. Many freeware and shareware software available on these websites is usually not tested properly and are known to have buggy coding. When you install a buggy software on your computer it may generate DLL and other related errors.

* If your application is failing to load and is generating errors, there might be some problems with its files. If this application provides an option to repair the files, you may use it to try and resolve the error. Otherwise, you may uninstall this application and then reinstall it.

* Both physical problems with a hardware or programming problem with its device driver may generate DLL errors. To detect physical problems in a hardware, you may use a reliable PC diagnostics tool. If a problem is detected you may have to get this component repaired or replaced. To resolve problems related to a device driver, you may use the Device Manager utility. Using this utility, you may update, uninstall, and reinstall the faulty driver. The utility also allows you to rollback a recent update that may be causing problems on the system.

Some DLL errors occur when a required software is not found on the disk. For example, the “xvidcore.dll not found” error may occur when you try to play XviD media files and you do not have the XviD codec installed on your computer. Install the required software to carry out your operation to resolve these errors.

In addition to corrective measures discussed above it is also recommended that you use dependable and efficient antimalware and registry cleaner tools to ensure that your PC stays free from malware infections and your registry stays compact and error free.

How To Cut Video Audio Files From Movies Videos

In this guide I will show you how to cut small clip from any video file. Here i used virtualDub freeware program. You don't have to install it. Just download it and extract its files into a new folder. Run VirtualDub.exe and we are ready to begin.

What is VirtualDub?

VirtualDub is a video capture/processing utility for 32-bit Windows platforms (95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP), licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It lacks the editing power of a general-purpose editor such as Adobe Premiere, but is streamlined for fast linear operations over video. It has batch-processing capabilities for processing large numbers of files and can be extended with third-party video filters. VirtualDub is mainly geared toward processing AVI files, although it can read (not write) MPEG-1 and also handle sets of BMP images.
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Once you run VirtualDub.exe click on
File -> Open video file
and open the video file you want to cut.



If you are not able to open movie file you have to read my previous article on How To Play All Files In Window Media Player follow the simple steps and your window media player will able to run any file.

When the video file is loaded you will see
two instances of the files



1. Pause/Stop
2. Play only first monitor
3. play both monitor
4. Beginning
5. Prev Frame
6. Next Frame
7. End
8. Prev Keyframe
9. Next Keyframe
10. PrevScene
11. NextScene
12. Set Selection Start
13. Set Selection End


In order to select the beginning of the video you want to cut you can either move to that point by moving the time line cursor ( 1 in above figure ) You can also first use the timeline cursor and then use the Prev/Next keyframe buttons to find the exact frame of the video you want or by pressing Ctrl+ G ( 2 in above figure ).


Then entering the time of frame position of the video.



Now that you have found your favorable beginning of the video click on the Set selection start (1). With the same way as before you must find the frame you want your movie to end. Once you have done so click the Set selection end (2) and you will have selected a part of the video.



Next we must encode new video both its video and audio parts.
First of Video

Click on Video -> Full processing mode


Then click on Video -> Compression.


Then select the video codec you want. Here i select Xvid MPEG-4 Codec.


For audio parts

Click on Audio -> Full Processing mode and then
Audio -> Compression.


I select mp3 codec and 32kbit/sec.


Finally click go to File -> Save as AVI, select a new for the new video file and after a while depending on your video's length you will have the final video ready!
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