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Author Topic: Hugecast.TV No Video on my Dell PC  (Read 723 times)

Lee Patzius

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Hugecast.TV No Video on my Dell PC
« on: March 11, 2007, 11:56:55 am »

I tried downloading quicktime updates and everything. All I get is audio, but no picture.

I have a Dell Inspiron PC with internet explorer 7.0

It came with quicktime already installed from Dell.

It should work dang it!

I've had nothing but trouble with Quicktime. All my life, all my computers, it just never works.



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Re: Hugecast.TV No Video on my Dell PC
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2007, 12:06:43 pm »

Lee, which files are you trying to watch? If I look at the NAMM files by clicking on the individual selections below the fake video window it works fine. The NSCA and InfoComm files appear to be audio only. They are mp3 files.

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Re: Hugecast.TV No Video on my Dell PC
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2007, 12:16:53 pm »

HI Mac,

I started out with Digidesign's video (Mark herman and Robert Scovill) then tried a few others.

No Luck.

Then I tried opening quicktime by itself... Then with a link to the video, but somehow it wound up being a .php, which quicktime didn't understand.

Then I tried viewing it in the hugecast.tv window, instead of quicktime's pop up window, by clicking on the links right below the instructions, (instead of the company icon list) still no luck.

I do get a "click to activate activeX controls" popup. Maybe I'll try updating activeX?

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Re: Hugecast.TV I got video now!
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2007, 01:24:55 pm »

I got Video now!

I completely un-installed my existing Quicktime program, using add/remove programs from the Windows control panel.

Then I downloaded, and selected all default player options for Apple's latest version (for Windows XP) with Itunes option selected as well.

All is good now.






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