Solution is to put on the ingore list of your scanner.
Another known cause for slow loading of MPC is related to certain old versions of the Realtek sound driver.
See Options - Internal Filters.majortype: MEDIATYPE_Audio subtype: Unknown GUID Name The format above is IMA4 audio.
Enable Microsoft PCM in LAV Audio decoder or IMA ADPCM in ffdshow audio decoder.majortype: MEDIATYPE_Audio subtype: Unknown GUID Name formattype: FORMAT_Wave Format Ex The format above is Ogg Vorbis audio.
For proper playback of Real Media streams it is recommended to use Real Player or VLC Player.
A Pixel Shader is a graphics function that calculates effects on a per-pixel basis.
The default AVI splitter of Windows has difficulty to handle incomplete files.
If MPC loads slowly only when playing a file, then the problem might be related to your graphics driver. If that does not help, then select a different video renderer in MPC: Options -First check if you did not accidentally enabled the audio mute button or have set the volume to 0. Then click on the Windows speaker icon in your system tray (right-bottom corner of your screen). Then you should see volume sliders for all active multimedia programs.
You can change the video renderer here: MPC Options -This happens with files that contain SVQ3 video, when the file is parsed by Haali Media Splitter. The solution is to change the preferred splitter with the Codec Tweak Tool. This is a 'bug' (or rather a limitation) in Media Player Classic when using the Real Media framework for playback.
This problem does not exist when using the Direct Show framework for playback of real Media files. If you see "Direct Show", then click on it and change it to "Real Media".
Check if the volume of MPC is correct and not muted.
This solution is only relevant for Windows Vista and newer.