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Corrupted video image.

By jresnik ·
Hello,

I have been experiencing some image degradation issues with both my Quicktime (Windows) and Real Player applications. When playing down a video clip, the bottom 1/3 of the image is distorted beyond recognition, while the upper 2/3 of the image seems to adjust wider to accomodate the resulting modified aspect ratio. How can I fix this problem?

Thanks for your help.

-Jon

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Corrupted video image.

by opatzg In reply to Corrupted video image.

Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling quicktime and Real Player?

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by jresnik In reply to Corrupted video image.

Yes. In fact, the Real Player was recently installed. After I noticed the image degradation in Quicktime, I installed Real Player and found the same problem through that application.

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by opatzg In reply to Corrupted video image.

Ok so it was working and now is not? Has the screen resolution and number of colors been changed, try 24 bit color and 256 do the setting changes make any difference? I don't run a lot of realtime or quicktime stuff but I have seen nonstandard ratio's thrown onto the system by some packages that just raise holy havoc with others. Make your screen ratios 800X600 or 640X480 and see if that makes any difference. Otherwise look in the windows directory for .ini files for realplayer/quicktime orthe system.ini or win.ini for the setting s within there. You may wish to erase the lines completely after uninstalling and then reinstall to get the defaults back. Just some other ideas to try. I'ld love to see it to see what I could do with it but kind of hard to judge it from here.
Good Luck

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by opatzg In reply to Corrupted video image.

Looks like no one else has any ideas either, one other thing to try, try finding an older version of realplayer or quicktime and see what it does.

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