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Steve

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I can't even get windows media center to find nero encoded h.264 mp4 files.
 

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    Why bother us with your MCE problems here??? This is a MP forum and especially this is the subsection "Media Portal talk". If posting your MCE problems here chose at least off topic as that's what it is...

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    err... does MP play em? i know there's loads of my stuff it doesn't wanna know about. still, at least it no longer crashes when i try to open them 8) maybe there's some codecs needed...
     

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    pepsi_max2k said:
    err... does MP play em? i know there's loads of my stuff it doesn't wanna know about. still, at least it no longer crashes when i try to open them 8) maybe there's some codecs needed...

    With Quicktime Alternate, HD Trailers from Apple work fine. In MP however there is no sound, as you can see below...

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