Difference between revisions of "Audio Playback Problems"

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* Is there an audio device installed on the computer? Check ''Device Manager'' to ensure there's an audio device and that it is enabled and working.
 
* Is sound muted?  Double click on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the Windows desktop
 
* Is sound muted?  Double click on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the Windows desktop
 
 
* Try switching between Direct Sound and Wave Out in MC's options for playback.
 
* Try switching between Direct Sound and Wave Out in MC's options for playback.
  

Revision as of 10:01, 12 July 2010

No sound

  • Is there an audio device installed on the computer? Check Device Manager to ensure there's an audio device and that it is enabled and working.
  • Is sound muted? Double click on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the Windows desktop
  • Try switching between Direct Sound and Wave Out in MC's options for playback.

Sounds bad

  • Try playing the track in Windows Media Player.
  • Try switching between Direct Sound and Wave Out in MC's options for playback.
  • Check the DirectShow settings for the file type in MC Options/Playback/Video/DirectShow. If it is checked, uncheck the filetype for playback in DirectShow.
  • Is there any special sound software installed? Consider uninstalling it.

File stops early

  • Try playing the track in Windows Media Player. The file may be corrupt or the tag may be bad.