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Windows Media Audio/Video Skips

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by cmcnally, Jul 9, 2005.

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    I have a problem with several WMV files that I've joined together. Each file played perfectly when they were seperate. I used the AVI/MPEG/RM/WMV Joiner to make the files into one large video. Like a dummy, I assumed everything had worked and deleted the original seperate files. Now, the video starts to play well, but at several points throughout the video freezes and advances only a couple of frames for 30 seconds or so while audio continues uninterrupted. Eventually, the video kicks back in and begins to move. Is there any way to correct this problem? As I said, I'm sure the original files didn't have these problems, so I'm hoping the data is in there and it's just a matter of "fixing" whatever went wrong during the joining process. Suggestions appreciated.
     
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    Quick update. When I play the files in the new DivX player, instead of freezing, the video becomes pixelated. I figured the data was there but corrupted somehow. This seems to confirm that notion. Is there software that can unpixelate these sections of the video?
     
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