Please ad a version for UIQ3 Symbian OS, file like .sisx is not recognized by PC Suite from SE(jar, jad, or sis). I would like to have't. I had two previous versions: 0.94 and 0.93; I'll love to have, it back, it will mean a great deal for me. If the Player exists already please ad a link in this topic.
Thank you, in advance.
I bought a DivX Pro 7 last year; today I signed up for CinemaNow to get the terminator salvation Free download to own movie. Well I updated the Divx Web Player, and restarted DiVx, When i attempted to resume the movie download, it told me I had to Update. So I did.
the install screen said DivX PLUS 8. Not Pro 8. What is DivX Plus 8 and how is it different from DivX Pro 7? I know Pro 7 is dead, but do i have to "Apple"** my DivX software all over again?
** a term I use when one has to re-purchase software for every new version release.
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DivX Plus Software version 8
Submitted by kristafromvista on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 06:20.
We just released a new version of our Windows software today--DivX Plus Software, version 8. In order to watch movies purchased from CinemaNow or any other DivX VOD provider, you will need to use the update DivX Plus Player, version 8.
If you had DivX Pro 7 for Windows software previously, it will still be installed on your computer and available to use in conjunction with the DivX Plus Software version 8.
In the same way that MP3 folders, containing a CD graphic, display the graphic during onscreen preview, I would like to be able to add movie cover graphics, perhaps with movie comments. Is this already possible or could it be considered as a future enhancement?
help on this
Submitted by amsweitzer on Mon, 01/05/2009 - 00:11.
On this thread I need a little help I am using Vista Media Center and would like to be able to display the cover art to my video's both DivX and MP4 I don't quiet understand how to set this up the forum thread says just the text file
Use the Edit Metadata feature of the PC server app
Submitted by dsalmonsen on Mon, 01/05/2009 - 10:15.
The easiest way is use the Edit Metadata feature of the PC server. Choose the Video Setting Tab, and then select the file you want to add a poster to. A dialog window will appear and give you options to add an image as well change text.
Images for movies
Submitted by amsweitzer on Thu, 01/08/2009 - 10:32.
Actually I discovered a media Player that does what I need. It searches the IMDB on the net and puts everything in. Its called Media Portal [url=http://www.mediaportal.com]Runs in Vista is open source
For those of you using web sites that have not yet updated to the latest implementation of the DivX Plus Web Player by offering content in DivX Plus/MKV, we are providing the following previous installers.
We are getting feedback from some of the most popular DivX video content sites as they roll out the new DivX Plus Web Player, but for anyone experiencing issues during these transitions, we are providing the following previous installer links to help get you by during the upgrade.
Windows (DivX Web Player 1.5)
Users of sites that exclusively offer DivX/AVI content can choose to continue using DivX Web Player 1.5. In the event that you have updated to 2.0 or participated in our beta and wish to return to using 1.5, you may use the following installer:
Mac OS (DivX Web Player 1.4)
PowerPC owners or users of sites that exclusively offer DivX/AVI content can continue to use DivX Web Player 1.4 for Mac. In the event that you updated or participated in our 2.0 beta and wish to restore 1.4, you can use the following installer:
If you are still have trouble, please read through our DivX Plus Web Player forums, and if you're still not finding any answers, feel free to post and someone will try to help you.