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then how am i going to play the video?...i have read many guides on how to play .flv files with ffdshow but didn't worked for me...can any1 help me with this problem?
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Try getting the codec pack I use. Grab it here.
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with that codec i got the same results as with K-Lite 3.90 full: my windows media player can now play FLV files but when i tried on osu! the message "Lost connection" appeared and i was kicked from osu!

anyway, thx for trying to help me
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I approve of this beatmap. It is made of fun and addiction. :)
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This map has been deleted on the request of its creator. It is no longer available.

Download: Caramell - Caramelldansen (Speedycake Remix) (MaxwellDemon) [Taiko Oni version].osu
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how do i get a flv codec, and saturos link isnt working :\
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Here's my final Taiko map for Caramelldansen. It fits perfectly as a Taiko map (don't use it for normal play) and it's very worthwhile playing. :P

In Taiko no Tatsujin, having 777 notes is very significant - therefore, this song was mapped to have 777 notes.

Most of the notes (if not, all of them) have been re-spaced for more accuracy and the difficulty is harder.

Oh, use the Taiko control to play this, I'm sure it'll be fun. :)

Taiko difficulty

Oni - 9 stars

Download: Caramell - Caramelldansen (Speedycake Remix) (MaxwellDemon) [Perfect Oni].osu
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I... I already downloaded and instaled the CCCP codecs and tools...

...but this vid still says "Video playback error -- Check your Codecs"...

...you could request a file format change or something...

...or could someone tell me if they got their vid working on the Osu! ?
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Bump.
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I was having the same problem playing the video as Ratser had using ffdshow, but the codec pack that Saturos mentioned (Combined Community Codec Pack, in case you were wondering) did in fact solve the problem. I guess my point in bringing this up is perhaps CCCP should officially be added at least as an alternative (or maybe even an addition) to ffdshow in the "Installation" section of the FAQ, as another method in solving video playback problems. *shrug*
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CCCP is a work around for those of you who don't setup ffdshow properly. CCCP does indeed work for just about everything, but ffdshow will run everything smoother once it's set up.
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It might also be worth mentioning that you CAN install CCCP in such a way that it DOESN'T simply just work, but it requires going out of your way to do it wrong.
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Saturos wrote:

CCCP is a work around for those of you who don't setup ffdshow properly. CCCP does indeed work for just about everything, but ffdshow will run everything smoother once it's set up.
I finally caught a break this evening, and had a chance to fool around with ffdshow. Anyway, I switched everything to "libavcodec" as per these instructions:



...So, what's after that?
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James wrote:

apply, and ok!
I guess I was a bit tired when I posted that. :oops: Anyway, what I meant to say is that I changed everything to "libavcodec" as I stated before (double-checked it today), I applied the changes, and... nothing (it still told me to check my codecs). So there's nothing else I'm missing?
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Xada-Hgla wrote:

James wrote:

apply, and ok!
I guess I was a bit tired when I posted that. :oops: Anyway, what I meant to say is that I changed everything to "libavcodec" as I stated before (double-checked it today), I applied the changes, and... nothing (it still told me to check my codecs). So there's nothing else I'm missing?
It's an FLV codec, a flash video. of course the quality isn't that good. I rather convert it. Try CCCP, then reset ffdshow, goof around with it, and maybe it will work. Try it! lol
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I would like to make a suggestion to make an already awesome thing even better.

Add kiai time.

I think this would be most awesome if used for all the "ooh ooh ooh-ah-ooh-ah" parts and the final 2 occurrences of the chorus, although that's just my opinion.
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