FIX: MPEG-4 Playback In Windows Media Player 9 or 10

FIX: You may experience a color smearing or bleeding effect when you play MPEG4 videos in Windows Media Player 9 or 10 | In Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 or 10, you may experience a color smearing or bleeding effect when you play some MPEG4 videos. This behavior often occurs when the video contains fast-moving scenes of varying colors.


 


I’m assuming this only relates to MS-MPEG4, not your DivX, XviD, etc MPEG-4 varieties.  Most likely very few people see this unless your playing MS-MPEG-4 encoded content.

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