video files dont display properly

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  1. iceni60

    iceni60 ( ^o^)

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    hi, since my last OS reinstall at the beginning of the year, when i play any video file the colour is really bad, it's monochrome green. this happens with all my media players. what should i do? get some new codecs? or do i need a driver? i think i might download a program called GSpot.

    Features:
    · Determines which video codec an AVI file uses
    · Determines what audio encoding method the file uses
    · Determines what codecs you have installed, and whether you have the one needed
    · Up-to-date database of over 200 codecs, including the latest DivX 5 and XVID systems
    · Shows reported audio bitrate and calculates video bitrate
    · Reports if the file is truncated, and how many bytes are missing. Great for downloaders.
    · Identifies MPG, MPEG, MOV, WMA, WMV, ASF or OGG/OGM if an unknown non-AVI file is examined.
    · Shows RIFF INFO (title, etc) if present, including hidden ASCII in the "JUNK" field
    · Easy to use ("File > Load" and you're done)
    · Microscopic footprint - download size only 29KB
    · Free for personal use
    http://www.headbands.com/gspot/download.html
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Encoders-Converter-DIVX-Related/GSpot.shtml
    what do you think about GSpot, is it what i need?

    i have Everest and PC Wizard too, they can tell me everything i need to know about my computer, i'm just not sure what it is i need to know. can you help?
    thanks :)
     
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