This document is for users experiencing issues with sound in Windows Media Player only.If you are not getting sound with any program, see the no sound in Windows page.Shyam aka “Captain Jack” is a Microsoft MVP alumnus and a Windows Enthusiast with an interest in Advanced Windows troubleshooting.Suggestions made and opinions expressed by him here are his personal one's and not of his current employers. Ensure that the volume icon in the notification area is not turned all the way down or muted, as it causes you not to hear any sound.If you're still having volume issues, visit the following link.So far I found two of them that meets my requirement and work just fine on Windows 8.I used to play MKV format quiet often and I especially I download the 1080p trailers that often come in MKV format. Full color thumbnails including FLV’s and 10bit MKV’s 2.
Supports the use of Xbox360 as Extenders to playback MKV files 7.
If only some of the movies you're playing do not get sound, it's likely you have a codec issue. However, the proper codec needs to be installed for the Media Player to read the movie.
Essentially, they both need to speak the same "language" so they may communicate.
Its latest versions have been improved significantly and you will be surprised by how many things this application can do.
Due to the Windows Media Player, you can view multimedia content from the Internet and from your computer, too.