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nicky22

Help with AVI's in GUIs

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I have an AVI i want to put into a GUI but when i run it i get this error message:

http://qwbc0w.bay.livefilestore.com/y1pyPPZaQqEtPQc4fb56LlbaypmpImcRSzFYyRAjb3tffjaJc6DURkK1WOaMMlvLyCeWd6QGbiZwz64lLtjOoQcAmGsueUcwZb3/stuff.bmp

Here's the code I've been using:

GuiCtrlCreateAvi("McRolled.avi", 165, 0, 0)
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I have an AVI i want to put into a GUI but when i run it i get this error message:

How did you call the file and could you please upload the avi so we can check it?


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How did you call the file and could you please upload the avi so we can check it?

OK, Since it's bigger then the upload limit I have to give you the link. 11 MB AVI file.

http://cid-6c779136f0860cad.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/McRolled.avi

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Consider that AVI should be with no compression and just one data stream (no audio).

Do you?


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Consider that AVI should be with no compression and just one data stream (no audio).

Do you?

How do I cut the audio out and use one data stream? (Note: I don't have media coder)

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