Codec blues: how can I make this video visible

I have a mov-file, with the following specs: Video: MPEG2 Video 1920x1080 25fps 50000kbps [V: English [eng] (mpeg2 4:2:2, yuv422p, 1920x1080, 50000 kb/s)]

It plays allright in
1. the player MPC-HC
2. Quick Time 7
3. Premiere Elements 9 Organizer

But it causes problems in:
4. Windows media 12 (only audio)
5. Premiere Elements Editor 9.0 (only audio)

Nr 5 is the real problem: I  can only hear the clip and not view it. Apart from the codecs that come with some applications I have the K-Lite set of codecs installed, but that has made no difference.
I am on W7 64 Pro.
TheoRichelAsked:
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chiefsmanSystems AdministratorCommented:
I have used Wondershare to convert videos in the past. I am not an expert on mov files. You might give it a try though.
http://www.wondershare.com/
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TheoRichelAuthor Commented:
All of a sudden the problem is gone, that is: in Premiere Elements the files now play as they should, but in Windows Media it still stays black.
I tried your Wondershare suggestion and it looks like a nice piece of software that I might need some day, but the only reason that i can think of that the file now runs as it should is that W-share installed another codec which did the trick. So thanks
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MereteCommented:
TheoRichel as a follow up
open your windows media player then go to help about
and click on technical support information
you should see a web page open with all your codecs installed
windows media player installed codecs
You say here>>
I have a mov-file, with the following specs: Video: MPEG2 Video 1920x1080 25fps 50000kbps [V: English [eng] (mpeg2 4:2:2, yuv422p, 1920x1080, 50000 kb/s)]<< .mov should not have mpeg2 codec as that is DVD video
I have tones of .Mov from my Nikon camera on Gspot the codec analyses only points to the audio as mpeg 4
.mov propertiesDid you grab a dvd vob and rename it mpeg?
WMP should play .mov fine as mine do on a windows 7 x 32 or x64,
The only two codecs you need are ffdshow and ac3 filter the rest will be added with software tools  such as Cyberlink Power director and any video editors you install.
Probably wondershare may have added ffdshow or ac3 filter since it converts video.
cheers
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