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I have FLV files that I want to play with Media Player Classic. Whenever I seek using the navigation bar the whole video stops. When I play it again, I receive the last still image while the audio continues.

I know others would suggest VLC. But, what I'm up to is the audio boost of Media Player Classic on the audio switcher settings.

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flv is not a codec, just a container – vtest Dec 10 '10 at 15:36
VLC has volume boost as well, I am not as familiar with media center classic, so you may be talking about something different. VLC volume control goes to 200%, but I'd like it better if if went to 11 – Move More Comments Link To Top Dec 10 '10 at 15:38
@vtest yes, but he never said it was a codec...he was talking about klite codec pack...i suggested re-encoding the flv file because some sites do crazy to break seeking with the container structure. – RobotHumans Dec 10 '10 at 16:07
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This is not really an answer. So I used VLC and bought louder speakers.

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