How to Manually Register CineForm Components

Occasionally some components of your CineForm software may not be ‘registered’ correctly when they are installed. These steps describe how to manually register these components (the examples are for NeoScene but the same steps apply to other CineForm products)
 
1. Go to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Cineform
2. Double click on any of the files there with a file extension of ‘.ax’  and '.dll'. If you cannot see the file extensions, turn on file extension viewing in your folder options.
3. Windows will ask what program to open the file with. Choose 'Select From a List'
4. click the ‘Browse’ button
5. Browse to C:\Windows\System32 folder
6. Select regsvr32.exe
7. Click 'Open'
8. Click 'OK'
9. You should receive a message that says "DLLRegisterSever....... Succeeded"
10. One at a time, double click on each of the files with the .ax and .dll file extension in C:\Program Files\CineForm\NeoScene. And once again, you should receive a message that says "DLLRegisterSever....... Succeeded"
 
64-bit systems:
 
1. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Cineform
2. Double click on any of the files there with a file extension of ‘.ax’ and '.dll' . If you cannot see the file extensions, turn on file extension viewing in your folder options.
3. Windows will ask what program to open the file with. Choose 'Select From a List'
4. click the ‘Browse’ button
5. Browse to C:\Windows\System32 folder
6. Select regsvr32.exe
7. Click 'Open'
8. Click 'OK'
9. You should receive a message that says "DLLRegisterSever....... Succeeded"
10. One at a time, double click on each of the files with the .ax and .dll file extension in C:\Program Files (x86)\CineForm\NeoScene. And once again, you should receive a message that says "DLLRegisterSever....... Succeeded"
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2 Comments

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    Rob van Gelder

    Unfortunately this does not work on my machine. It returns 0x80070005, probably because you need administrator rights.
    However, if I choose that, I get another error, i need then more rights, name, etc.....

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    Jake Segraves

    Yes, you do need admin rights to do this. Open a support request and we can troubleshoot your issue from there.

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