WINDVD 11 Pro

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christopherowen
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WINDVD 11 Pro

Post by christopherowen »

When I move my display to my TV to watch a DVD with WINDVD 11 Pro, I get a message "Cannot Display the Content. . . " I can't recall the exact words. It works fine on my main display, but not on my alternate TV display. Can anyone provide some information about how I can correct this?
THX.
Chris
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Re: WINDVD 11 Pro

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What kind of connection do you have? VGA? HDMI?

What happens when you play other (non-DVD) videos in WinDVD? Or, if you have a homemade (not copy protected) DVD, try it.
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christopherowen
Posts: 4
Joined: Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:53 am
operating_system: Windows 7 Ultimate
System_Drive: C
32bit or 64bit: 64 Bit
motherboard: Crosshair IV Formula
processor: AMD FX-8150
ram: 16 GBytes
Video Card: Radeon HD 5870
sound_card: AMD HIgh Definition Audio Device
Hard_Drive_Capacity: 1000gb
Monitor/Display Make & Model: Dell 3007WFP

Re: WINDVD 11 Pro

Post by christopherowen »

Thanks for responding DVDDoug,

I am using an HDMI connection from my computer to my TV and a Blue Ray DVD player from my computer.

It does play a homemade video on the alternate TV screen, but not a commercial DVD or Blue Ray DVD.

Another problem with WINDVD Pro 11 is that the sound does not come through my SPDIF Interface speakers like all the rest of my players, Spotify, Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center etc. do on the main screen AND the alternate TV screen. However, the sound DOES come out on my regular computer speakers with WINDVD Pro 11 when it plays a MP4 Video, but not an MPG or other types.

Have you any thought about what I can do to correct this? If so, much appreciated.

Chris
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