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You use Windows Media Player 12 on a computer that is running Windows 7 to play some AVI files that were created by a third-party application or by third-party hardware. The AVI files include an AVI super index chunk. In this scenario, Windows Media Player 12 does not play the files correctly.
Pelco Video Management
- Pelco AVI Formats
- Windows Media Player 12
- DX Series Client
- This issue occurs because Microsoft Media Foundation does not parse an index chunk in the AVI files correctly.