Help Please, video keeps showing error color bars

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Rob, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. Rob

    Rob Guest

    I have several MJPEG videos which refuse to show regardless of the
    audio / video codec packages I install (all I get are the old school
    color bars). GSpot adn AVICodec both say the video uses MJPeg Morgan
    Codec and no audio codec used. I have Morgan MJPEG codecs installed
    however when I play the video it keeps showing me the Multi-Colored
    vertical bars. I have seen this with several videos I have downloaded
    recently so I know I must be a missing codec on my machine.


    Anyone see anything or know of anything I am missing. Thanks for the
    help.


    ****** Export From AVICodec on the File ******
    FileName;FileType;FileDate;Fil­eRealSize;FileTheoSize;FileDur­ation;FileQuality;VideoCodec;v­cName;vcUrl;vcDriver;vcSuppByV­FW;AspectRatio;Width;Height;Fr­amesNb;Fps;VSec;VSize;VAvgBPS;­aStreamsNb;AudioCodec1;a1Name;­a1Url;a1SuppByVFW;a1Channels;a­1SamplesNb;a1Sps;a1AvgBPS;a1Se­c;a1Size;AudioCodec2;a2Name;a2­Url;a2SuppByVFW;a2Channels;a2S­amplesNb;a2Sps;a2AvgBPS;a2Sec;­a2Size

    \\Storage\web_storage\Entourag­e_206.e14_PDTV_pyro.avi;AVI;9/­7/2005;407454225;239368;10000;­40;MJPG;"Motion

    JPEG";http://www.morgan-multimedia.com;m3jpeg32.dll;1;"4:3";720;540;10;0.1;10000;239­132;0;0;0000;"";;0;0;0;0;0;100­00;0;0000;"";;0;0;0;0;0;10000;­0



    ****** Audio Codec on my machine *******
    0x0001;PCM;4.0 .0;Microsoft IMA ADPCM;
    0x0002;Microsoft ADPCM;4.0 .0;MS-ADPCM;
    0x0006;CCITT A-Law;4.0 .0;Microsoft CCITT G.711;
    0x0007;CCITT u-Law;4.0 .0;Microsoft CCITT G.711;
    0x0011;IMA ADPCM;4.0 .0;Microsoft IMA ADPCM;
    0x0022;DSP Group TrueSpeech(TM);1.0 .0;TrueSpeech(TM);
    0x0031;GSM 6.10;4.0 .0;Microsoft GSM 6.10;
    0x0042;Microsoft G.723.1;1.2 .1;Microsoft G.723.1;
    0x0130;ACELP.net;3.2 .0;ACELP.net;
    0x0160;Windows Media Audio V1;4.2 .0;WM-AUDIO;
    0x0161;Windows Media Audio V2;4.2 .0;WM-AUDIO;
    0x0402;IAC2;2.5 .53;Indeo® audio software;


    ****** Video Codecs on my machine ******
    cvid;Cinepak® Codec;1.10.0.11;Radius
    Inc.;C:\WINDOWS\system32\iccvi­d.dll
    dmb1;Morgan Multimedia M-JPEG V3 codec;3
    iv31;Intel Indeo R3.1;1.10.0.11;No company
    info;C:\WINDOWS\system32\ir32_­32.dll
    iv32;Intel Indeo R3.2;1.10.0.11;No company
    info;C:\WINDOWS\system32\ir32_­32.dll
    iv41;Intel Indeo® Video 4.5;4.51.16.03;Intel
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\ir41_32.ax
    iv50;Intel Indeo® video 5.10;R.5.10.15.2.55;Intel
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\ir50_32.dll
    iyuv;Intel Indeo(R) Video YUV Codec;5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_Microsoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\iyuv_32.dll
    m261;Microsoft H.261 ICM Driver;5.1.2600.2180;Microsoft
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msh261.drv
    m263;Microsoft H.263 ICM Driver;5.1.2600.2180;Microsoft
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msh263.drv
    mjpg;Morgan Multimedia M-JPEG V3 codec;3
    mp42;Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec;4.1.00.3920;Microsoft
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\mpg4c32.dll
    mpg4;Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec;4.1.00.3920;Microsoft
    Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\mpg4c32.dll
    mrle;Microsoft RLE Compressor;5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_Microsoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msrle32.dll
    msvc;Microsoft Video 1 Compressor;5.1.2600.0 (xpclientMicrosoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msvidc32.dll
    uyvy;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_Microsoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msyuv.dll
    vp40;Unknown;3
    yuy2;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_Microsoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msyuv.dll
    yvu9;Toshiba Video Codec;5.1.2600.0 (XPClientMicrosoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\tsbyuv.dll
    yvyu;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.2600.2180 (xpsp_Microsoft
    Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;C:\WINDOWS\system3­2\msyuv.dll
     
    Rob, Sep 8, 2005
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  2. What software application are you attempting to play these
    WITH?

    I've never seen an application that would display color bars
    if it couldn't decode the file.

    Sounds like there is more to this story than you have disclosed.
    What is the file type? Where did you get the files? Can the source
    of the files play them? What codecs do THEY have installed?
    How did they make the file in the first place?
     
    Richard Crowley, Sep 9, 2005
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  3. Rob

    Rob Guest

    I got them from edonkey. At first I just wrote it off as some one
    posting garbage to increase his upload / download ratio. However I
    have seen so many lately I am starting to wonder (The-RealWorld.De
    going down has made life less desireable). I get a lot of these when
    I download non realworld.de entourage 2x14 and Rome 1x3 (among others).
    The file is an avi, gspot says it is encoded with Morgan but with no
    audio codec. Is there another way I can really crack into these files
    and find out what is up?
     
    Rob, Sep 11, 2005
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