VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED (what is this mean??)  
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Gatesisthedevil





PostPosted: Wed Oct 22 20:28:02 CDT 2003 Top

Media Center >> VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED (what is this mean??)

Now I'm testing WinXP MCE2004.

I installed it to my note pc (no TV tuner device).

I called MediaCenter and tried to view Video but I got this error message.

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[VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED]
Video cannot be viewed in Media Center from a Remote Desktop connection.
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What is this error message mean??
What is 'Remote Desktop connection' ??
I am being local logon to my note PC.

I can play Music on MediaCenter.
And I can play the Video file using WindowsMediaPlayer9 correctly .
( VideoTest01.mpg , VideoTest02.wmv )

Please help me...

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SATORU KOSHIBA



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Jeff





PostPosted: Wed Oct 22 20:28:02 CDT 2003 Top

Media Center >> VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED (what is this mean??) 2004 requires at least 48meg of video memory.

Jeff Griffin
www.nacontap.com


 
 
SATORU





PostPosted: Wed Oct 22 20:50:03 CDT 2003 Top

Media Center >> VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED (what is this mean??) Thanks Jeff :-)

My note pc have 64MB video memory.

Are there any possibility of this error message ?

I can not understand why "RemoteDeskTopConnectoin" ?
I local log on ...






> 2004 requires at least 48meg of video memory.
>
> Jeff Griffin
> www.nacontap.com
>
>

 
 
Ed





PostPosted: Fri Oct 24 15:05:15 CDT 2003 Top

Media Center >> VIDEO NOT SUPPORTED (what is this mean??) It means that Live TV and DVD will not playback via Media Center thru the
RDP session.

--
Ed Rich [MSFT]


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> Thanks Jeff :-)
>
> My note pc have 64MB video memory.
>
> Are there any possibility of this error message ?
>
> I can not understand why "RemoteDeskTopConnectoin" ?
> I local log on ...
>
>
>
>


> > 2004 requires at least 48meg of video memory.
> >
> > Jeff Griffin
> > www.nacontap.com
> >
> >
>