Re: [NTO] Double-Click Opens But Doesn't Play File
to behave the way you want it has to be set as the default player for that
media ,it sounds as though the is another media player set as default, have
you installed another media player at all ??
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ray Shapp" <ras45@...>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 5:28 PM
Subject: Re: [NTO] Double-Click Opens But Doesn't Play File
> To All,
> I started this thread back in July of 2008. Axel tried to help me, but I
> did resolve the issue. (I only partially understood his advice.)
> Restating the problem:
> When I double click a multi-media file such as AVI, WMV, MP4 etc, or when
> right click on such a file and then click OPEN, Zoom Player launches but
> audio or video file does not play. If I click the PLAY icon in Zoom
> Player, I
> get the "No media loaded" message. If I drag the AV file onto the Zoom
> application window, the music or video plays normally. IOW, no further
> is required after dropping the file onto the Zoom Player application
> I only recently discovered another symptom that might give you a clue as
> how to fix my problem. If I right-click the AV file then select SEND TO...
> click Zoom Player, the application launches and the file plays normally.
> I doubt the problem is with missing or corrupt codecs, and file
> point all AV file types to Zoom Player. I have the same version of Zoom
> and the same codecs installed on two different PCs. The older PC (Dell
> launches and plays all media files normally. The newer PC (home brew) has
> problem as described above.
> Both PCs run WinXP Pro SP3.
> Any advice or trouble-shooting ideas?
> Thank you.
> Ray Shapp
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Hi Dave,
Thanks for the reply.
<<to behave the way you want it has to be set as the default player for that
Zoom Player is the "default" player in the sense that it is associated with
the file multimedia types such as AVI, MP4. WMV etc. That's why Zoom Player
always launches when I double click one of those types of file. After
launching the application, I was baffled as to why the video or audio clip
would not autostart.
Our emails must have crossed. As I said earlier, the solution was to mark the
"Play" checkbox within Zoom Player.