GraphEdit gives error when playing audio or video

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Hi All,

I have got GraphEdit installed and I am able to play a file with core DTS instead of DTS-MA using AC3 filter, that is the filter I chose to use. However, I get an unsupported error message before the filtergraph is built and the video or audio is played back. Could you tell me how to avoid this error shown in attached screenshot? I would prefer not to install ffdshow because I would like to keep a dedicated filter for every separate directshow component. So if you could you please suggest a work around to fix this issue without having to install ffdshow, I’m all ears. Thanks a lot for the help.

Some of the streams in this movie are in an unsupported format.

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GraphEdit gives error when playing audio or video

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GraphEdit is available in Microsoft Windows SDK or the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit and the latest version of the Windows SDK is designed for Microsoft Windows 8.1. If you are using an older version of Microsoft Windows, you can still download older versions of Windows SDK from Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit.

Before installing the SDK on your computer make sure it supports your operating system and all the required components are already installed like the Microsoft .NET Framework and others. But usually, the required modules or components are already included in the SDK package. Before using the Windows SDK, you should register the following DLL files first using “regsvr32”: proppage.dll, and evrprop.dll.

Both these two DLL files are located on the same directory. Visit How to Register a DLL to learn how to use the “regsvr32” executable in Microsoft Windows to register the DLL files. These two DLL files allow the program to show the property pages for the built-in DirectShow filters. To construct a file playback graph, go to File then select Render Media File. In the Open File dialog box, select your multimedia file and click Open.

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