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Posts: 24
Registered: 19.07.2009
08.12.09 18:53:49
How do you clear the contents of the drop-down list in the "Open Video File requester in AVS Media Player?? Mine is full of old videos that aren't even on the computer any more.
Thanks,
Mick Berg.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
09.12.09 00:39:58
To: Mick Berg


Hello Mick,

Actually, it is windows explorer window which opens when you click Open Video File button in AVS Media Player. With windows explorer your can browse for supported video files. I'm not sure what what you mean by drop-down list. Could you please attach a screenshot?

Best regards.
Posts: 24
Registered: 19.07.2009
10.12.09 17:09:32
Vlad:
To: Mick Berg


Hello Mick,

Actually, it is windows explorer window which opens when you click Open Video File button in AVS Media Player. With windows explorer your can browse for supported video files. I'm not sure what what you mean by drop-down list. Could you please attach a screenshot?

Best regards.

Hi. Here's a screenshot but very bad because I had to do it with a camera. The "recent files" dropdown would, of course, retract as soon as I clicked any kind of screen rip program. I understand that this is a Windows thing but isn't there usually a way to clear these out?
Thanks,
Mick Berg.
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Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
11.12.09 05:19:55
To: Mick Berg


Thanks for the screenshot, it's very useful. Now I see what you mean.

Windows explorer saves history of opened video files. You can clean this history using our AVS Registry Cleaner program.

Install AVS Registry Cleaner downloading from the link below:

http://www.avs4you.com/Downloads/AVSRegistryCleaner.exe

Check Explorer MRU registry category for scanning, see the first screenshot attached. After scanning several keys will appear, find the key which refers to OpenSave MRU (see the second screenshot attached), check only it and press Fix. After that dropdown list of video files will be cleaned.

Best regards.
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Posts: 24
Registered: 19.07.2009
13.12.09 13:16:06
To: Vlad

Thanks for the quick reply. It seems the Registry Cleaner has to be registered (ie purchased) to work. To be honest, I haven't registered the AVS4You suite yet. I had some issues with the video editing software, which I was hoping to see resolved, and it hasn't happened yet. I hope to register the suite when the issues are resolved and when finances permit.
Thanks,
Mick Berg.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
14.12.09 03:58:24
To: Mick Berg


Please do not hesitate to contact us about the issues you have with our software and wait to be fixed. As far as I can see on our forum, you had an issue with playing DVD's. Unfortunately, now we don't plan to support this format for playback. Another one issue was converting AVI to FLV. Have you tried our solution? Please see this post: http://forum.avs4you.com/posts.aspx?lng=ENG&t=1368&p=1#6475

Best regards.
Posts: 24
Registered: 19.07.2009
14.12.09 14:35:59
To: Vlad

I downloaded the new dll and put it in the correct folder. Now the AVS Media Player doesn't work at all! All the buttons flash continuously and the player won't play anything. Oh dear!! I will delete the new dll and see if things revert to normal.
Mick Berg.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
15.12.09 02:50:46
To: Mick Berg


Mick,

Have you also repaired avs dll's after putting new AVSFLVFile3.dll into ActiveX folder?

Has AVSFLVFile3.dll been loaded successfully?
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