Solved Unable to view the time-lapse video cd on my Pc.

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June 12, 2013 at 00:31:08
Specs: Windows XP service pk3, AMD ATHLONXP1800
Hey dear Folks, I got the short cut time-lapse video cd,what I want to view on my Pc, but the windows not letting me allow to view the video.
Under above those circumstances, I have a question that Is there any free software available that can help me to watch the time-lapse video. Thanks for your important reply!

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June 25, 2013 at 00:33:29
Is the image vault software something you intentionally installed to view that time-lapse video disk? Are you sure you need it?

Command viewer seems to be a legitimate program so you can probably choose the 'unblock' option if it's something you intentionally installed. I believe this is their website. Is this what you have?:

http://pro-command-playback.softwar...

If it's something you want to keep you may be able to upgrade to the most recent version if you haven't already done so.

I'm still not sure what the 'time lapse video cd' actually is. It's possbile it can be viewed by windows media player unless it actually requires Image Vault command viewer.



#1
June 12, 2013 at 00:53:04
OK, I'm not exactly sure what that is but that probably doesn't matter.

You say windows isn't allowing you to view the video. Does that mean it's giving you some kind of error message? If so, what is it?

It's possible the cd has files on it that your media player doesn't understand so you may need to update whatever you use. Was there any information that came with the disk that tells you what you need to view it?

Or it may be the disk or your optical drive are dirty or going bad.

The exact error message or details on what happens when you try to view it will help.

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June 12, 2013 at 00:59:04
Oh, another thing. You say it's a video cd which would be a cd with some video files on it. But could it maybe be a DVD? You can't play a DVD in a CD drive.

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#3
June 12, 2013 at 14:43:17
I see they've moved this to the photo/video forum. If it's just a problem viewing a cd on your system I think it's more a windows XP or hardware issue. Googling "short cut" "time lapse" leads me to think you're not talking aboiut 'time lapse' in the generic definition of the word. You might want to post back more info so we know exactly what the issue is.

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#4
June 13, 2013 at 00:45:08
As soon as I put cd disk in dvd tray, the message pops up in the screen by mentioning that Image vault PRO-Command viewer! After that whenever I try to open the video file, the message pops up in the screen by saying that u do not have permission to open the file!

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#5
June 13, 2013 at 02:59:06
That's a windows message and not generated by your viewer but maybe the viewer isn't working right with XP. Are you logged into XP on an accouint with admistrative privileges? (I don't know if that matters or not.)

Do you use any other disks with 'Image vault PRO-Command viewer'? If so, do you have the same problem?

I don't know if this applies to your situation because you're not moving or copying the files on the cd but you can take a look:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310316

I'll try to look up some more on that tomorrow.

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#6
June 24, 2013 at 23:03:50
Hi Daveinncaps,
This below error message pops up initially whenever I inserted the cd,
Windows security Alert
To help protect your computer, windows firewall has blocked some features of this program.
Do you want to keep blocking this program?
Name: Pro- Command viewer application.
Publisher: Image Vault, LLC
Keep blocking Unblock Ask me later
Windows firewall has blocked this program from accepting connections from the Internet or a network. If you recognize this program or trust the publisher, you can unblock it.
Thanks for your reply!

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#7
June 25, 2013 at 00:33:29
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Is the image vault software something you intentionally installed to view that time-lapse video disk? Are you sure you need it?

Command viewer seems to be a legitimate program so you can probably choose the 'unblock' option if it's something you intentionally installed. I believe this is their website. Is this what you have?:

http://pro-command-playback.softwar...

If it's something you want to keep you may be able to upgrade to the most recent version if you haven't already done so.

I'm still not sure what the 'time lapse video cd' actually is. It's possbile it can be viewed by windows media player unless it actually requires Image Vault command viewer.


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#8
June 27, 2013 at 01:13:21
Hi Daveincaps, Actually it was shortcut DVR video, and anyway after having downloaded the pro-command-playback software, it allows me to check the video, but I cant able to play this video by Windows Media Player. Thanks

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#9
June 27, 2013 at 01:54:13
You're welcome. So it plays OK with the pro command software?

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June 29, 2013 at 01:05:23
Yes Thanks for your answer!

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