When I try to play an mp4 video file that I encoded it won't play in Windows Media Player. I just get a generic error message "windows media player encountered a problem while playing the file. What is strange is I can rename the mp4 file to have an avi exension and works fine. What I don't understand is why it won't just play the mp4 file.
My ultimate goal is to be able to play these files on my XBox 360 which currently I can watch the mp4 files that I have renamed to avi files. The mp4 files do not even show up on the 360. The mp4 files will also play on the 360 but I have to use Zune to stream them. The problem is Zune can not stream avi files. I am trying to make it so I can use one program to stream to my XBOX.
I have Windows Vista 64 Bit. Any help would be appreciated. This is just strange.
Get the good codes for wmp
you can install K-Lite codec pack
Of download via Microsoft
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