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  1. James
    James at |

    Hi, I found your blog on this new directory of WordPress Blogs at blackhatbootcamp.com/listofwordpressblogs. I dont know how your blog came up, must have been a typo, i duno. Anyways, I just clicked it and here I am. Your blog looks good. Have a nice day. James.

  2. Jim
    Jim at |

    This was exactly what I needed. Thanks a ton!

  3. Geralt
    Geralt at |

    Wondered for quite some time why MPC would not open SWFs any more. Thanks!

  4. cherliz
    cherliz at |

    Yes, perfect solution. I was getting totally frustrated why the swf files suddenly quit playing with Media Player Classic anymore. Another solution that worked for a while was the standalone flashplayer (flashplayer_10_sa_debug.exe) from adobe. but that also quit today.
    Thanks much for the solution. I use Media Player Classic quite a lot.

  5. Ren
    Ren at |

    Since this is one of the few results that turn up on Google, I’ll bump this old thread with the following info.

    Under Windows 7, using the x64 version of Media Player Classic, you’ll have trouble playing flash stuff in MPC. This is due to the fact that a 64-bit program can not load a 32-bit active X control.

    The only work-around as far as I can see is to use the 32-bit version for your flash until Adobe updates to 64-bit.

    You can download the activeX controls at labs.adobe.com

  6. amd
    amd at |

    Excellent, thanks for that Ren!

    I’ve promoted your comment into the main post so more folks can find the solution easily.

    Cheers,
    AMD

  7. Naveen Sridhara
    Naveen Sridhara at |

    100 thanks, you soled my problem, flashplayer_10_sa_debug.exe playing my video in win 7,

    Thanks a lot……….

  8. Anonymous
    Anonymous at |

    “The only work-around as far as I can see is to use the 32-bit version for your flash until Adobe updates to 64-bit.”

    How???

  9. amd
    amd at |

    Anonymous: I think Ren means using the 32bit version of MPC player

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