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    Hi, I'm trying to view some .avi movies on my HP Hackintosh OSX 10.5.7 using the latest vlc player 0.99a.

    When I play movies I can hear the sound but the picture remains black.

    I can view the movies with Quicktime + Perian 1.1.3 but comparing to playing the same movies on Windows Vista the quality is not very good.

    Anybody got vlc running on their Hackintosh and if yes which version?

    Any other good avi/divx/xvid player for OSX that works on Hackintosh?

    Thanks for a reply.



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    Quote Originally Posted by wildorchid View Post
    Hi, I'm trying to view some .avi movies on my HP Hackintosh OSX 10.5.7 using the latest vlc player 0.99a.

    When I play movies I can hear the sound but the picture remains black.

    I can view the movies with Quicktime + Perian 1.1.3 but comparing to playing the same movies on Windows Vista the quality is not very good.

    Anybody got vlc running on their Hackintosh and if yes which version?

    Any other good avi/divx/xvid player for OSX that works on Hackintosh?

    Thanks for a reply.
    Does your video card Support Quartz Extreme? (Look in System Profiler)
    If not use VLC 0.9.2 or lower
    or try to install other video drivers
    Sorry for my English

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnommak View Post
    Does your video card Support Quartz Extreme? (Look in System Profiler)
    If not use VLC 0.9.2 or lower
    or try to install other video drivers
    Sorry for my English
    You are right, my Nividia card doesn't support Quartz Extreme?

    I tried vlc 0.9.2 but it doesn't display even the video window and constantly crashes.

    Any other suggestion?
    HP Pavillion m9480 / OSX 10.5.8 / Win 7 Parallels

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildorchid View Post
    Any other good avi/divx/xvid player for OSX that works on Hackintosh?
    MPlayer OSX Extended
    try this. it's free and powerful player.

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    How about Movist. Google is your friend.


 

 

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