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No audio play back in Windows Media Player 10 or 11

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I installed Easy Media Player 9 in a Windows XP Laptop. The software works fine except with compatibility with Windows Media Player. The DVD video plays fine, but with no audio. The Cineplayer by itself works fine both audio and video. But if I open a commercial or home DVD in Windows Media Player, I get video with no audio. Prior to purchasing this Roxio Software, I had installed the Nero Trial software, and had no issues with any playback. Please let me know if anyone else has had this issue and if there is a fix. :)

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Problem,” Video plays in Windows Media Player 10 or 11 but no audio".

 

The problem is the Cineplayer/Player is packaged in the EMC-9 suite, but the pluggin for Windows Media Player is not. To aggrivate the situation, tech support does not recommend purchasing and installing the Cineplayer WMP Pluggin.

 

Here is their reply:

“Cineplayer is included with EMC9, but not the pluggin. The pluggin is available separately, but I wouldn't recommend installing both of them.”

 

I can't believe Roxio stuck me, the customer, with finding the fix, no suggested resolution.
Anyway Roxio shouldn’t make compatibility statements in their advertising that are not true or misleading.

 

I use Win XP for a Desktop Audio Workstation (DAW). I use older software that is required for some music hardware... just can't afford to just keep updating for a hobby$$$ I thought Roxio EMC-9 would be an enhancement to my work, but the Cineplayer compatibility with Windows Media Player has been a frustration.
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Prior to purchasing this Roxio Software, I had installed the Nero Trial software, and had no issues with any playback.

 

Suggestion, Cineplayer caused me problems in XP SP2 Home with WMP 9. ( Look at, File, properties, when video is playing in WMP and look at Audio and Video codecs) I have used Power DVD for years with no problem and no need for Cineplayer. Dump it or don't install it.

 

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Suggestion, Cineplayer caused me problems in XP SP2 Home with WMP 9. ( Look at, File, properties, when video is playing in WMP and look at Audio and Video codecs) I have used Power DVD for years with no problem and no need for Cineplayer. Dump it or don't install it.

 

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Could you tell me the best way to 'dump it' once I"ve already installed it, please? Thanks!

 

Suggestion, Cineplayer caused me problems in XP SP2 Home with WMP 9. ( Look at, File, properties, when video is playing in WMP and look at Audio and Video codecs) I have used Power DVD for years with no problem and no need for Cineplayer. Dump it or don't install it.

 

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Could you tell me the best way to 'dump it' once I"ve already installed it, please? Thanks!

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