|30 Nov 2009||#1|
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Media Center is NO LONGER adding MT2S / TS files
im abit confused.
I swear Windows 7 has built in compatibility with TS/M2TS files.
Now, i installed K-Lite codec pack and uninstalled it, then installed Windows 7 Codec pack to fix a Ac3Filter not showing up for MKV files problem.
Anyway, i removed both of the codec packs and left "Divx 7 For MKV" and "AC3Filter" seperate install.
When i play the .m2ts file with Windows Media Player, it runs fine and smoothly.
But, when i search to add the file via Windows media Center, it only adds 2 files (MKVS) but not the M2TS or TS file.
It DID add those files a few days ago but suddenly stopped, does this mean that Windows Media Center was using a decoder for M2TS or TS from a codec pack or not?
How can i get it back?
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