I'm so disgusted with this dumbed down windows. Ask a question and give support. I want to give them to my kids to be able to play on their TV (dvd player). Reply Harshit J May 10, 2013 at 3:15 pm Do you know $99 gets you Windows 8 Pro edition, not simply a media codec. click site
Hope it helps. VLC Player will play just about any video format you can throw at it. (At least I haven't found anything it doesn't like!) Gr3iz, Jun 3, 2016 #6 Oddba11 Jim How unbelievably ignorant of Microsoft. I just received my Win 8 Pro upgrade and installed it.
to resolve this issue, You can just do this… Run command prompt as Admin (Windows key + X and click Command Prompt(Admin) ) and execute the below command and restart your Is it understandable? Reply Steve K May 10, 2013 at 11:48 pm Microsoft has wrapped it self around the Idea that the public want nothing but cheep tablet computers. Considering they were paying for patents customers may or may not even be using, probably.
Purchase the Windows 8 Media Center Pack (Windows 8 only) Microsoft no longer includes Windows Media Center with Windows 8. So let us enjoy the new mobile, new OS, new gadgets if we can afford them. For example, PowerDVD codecs come pre-installed on many computers. How To Burn A Dvd From Windows Live Movie Maker Windows 8 I used to be able to play burned DVDs on my computer / TV but now they just won't play even though I have administration rights and can play the download
Windows Media Center, which includes DVD playback, is available separately. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. To those people it just might be worth it... http://www.howtogeek.com/127774/how-to-play-dvds-on-windows-8/ Both of these options are fantastic for DVDs, but somewhat lacking for Blu-Ray.
You need to import your files into one of these programs in the type they support, so I normally convert all video to .avi HD 360p. Mastered Option Windows Movie Maker It tells me VLC is now the default program.....however, some time later and after a reboot it is no longer the default player. As noted above, most of us don't use WMP. When you go into properties both films have EXACTLY the same details but for some reason the WMV film made on the newer version of Movie Maker is 'different'.
He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. Also, unlike VLC, all the codecs are available to all the applications you have installed. Windows Movie Maker Burn Dvd Windows 10 The quality of picture is slightly worse than a DVD but then the discs are far cheaper. ---------------------- Assuming you are using DVD-R, you will need a program to load your No Burn Dvd Option Windows Live Movie Maker Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...
Forum Movie Maker Player to DVD Player Forum More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish a b Ù Top Experts Sony americanaudiophile 6749 messages since http://yellowproductions.net/movie-maker/windows-live-movie-maker-win-7.php PATHETIC. Reply Reinhard Liess May 6, 2013 at 6:16 pm I've been using Media Player Classic Homecinema for ages, low-profile app, very configurable, plays everything, and never looked back (http://mpc-hc.org/). It’s free, and after you install it you’ll be able to play DVDs in VLC – no problem. Windows Movie Maker Burn Dvd For Dvd Player
Reply lilyforrose August 4, 2013 at 4:26 pm I have recently updated my pc to Windows 8 and I can play a DVD-Movies with on problem...but I can't play a Blu-Ray I have worked totally in 360p to playback on UK PAL TV in 16:9, results were good enough for me, but I would think there are simpler ways to do this. Reply null May 6, 2013 at 6:07 pm You are misinformed. http://yellowproductions.net/movie-maker/windows-dvd-maker-cant-play-dvd-on-dvd-player.php Reply ArghONaught May 6, 2013 at 10:24 pm Having a Win8 Pro Ultrabook it is academic.
Microsoft is offering the Windows 8 Media Center Pack for free until January 31, 2013 – click here to get it. Dvd Plays On Computer But Not Dvd Player November 3, 2012 Phil Yet another reason not to upgrade Windows. - Why should I "upgrade" when the upgrade includes less features, reduced compatability with my existing accessories, and I'm expected It is MICROSOFT that pays $2 licensing fee for the capability.
What’s the solution? Seems that the business world agrees with me …. Don't knock it until you REALLY try it (and leave your biases and pre-conceived notions at the door, please). Burned Dvd Won't Play On Computer See the FAQ for more details.
I go to Control Panel > Default Programs > Set your Default Programs > click on VLC Media Player in the left panel > and click Set this program as default I think not… November 7, 2012 Dave For the people bitching about 8 not playing DVD's natively neither did XP and I think Vista was the same November 11, 2012 Giuseppe I have searched for a few days and i tried some recommended software from other forums and this thread below, finally i choose ufusoft blu-ray player, cheap, lifetime update and it my review here You’ll be shown the upgrade available, depending on which version of Windows 8 you’re using.
I don't have to install separate antivirus software, as Windows Defender is both antispyware and antivirus and comes with Windows 8. Even "Ubuntu TV" remains an apparent wish that will never come true for desktops. Thank you so much.Click to expand... The format, created by Sony, is a tough nut for free software to crack – it’s heavily encrypted, so you may need something commercial for the job.
So if anyone could ever come up with something like that in the Linux world then I probably wouldn't even be using Windows. (And don't be so quick to point out Notice I can get my point across without name calling and derogatory statements? WISH I HAD NOT KEPT MY W7 THE INTERNET IS SO COMMERCIALIZED NOW U CAN'T GET TO THE INFINITIVE AMOUNT OF INFO OUT THERE TIL U REGISTER/LOG IN WHICH IS GIVING Advertisement CeeBee52 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 30, 2011 Messages: 71 Hi.
Reply Monique August 12, 2013 at 1:07 am Thank you! In Windows 7, I have Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center and Windows Live Movie Maker.