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Old 20th April 2005
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I am sure I was testing without VobSub loaded and with XviD video decoder (so ffdshow wasn't loaded - only for audio, but I've disabled that in order to get Fraunhofer MP3 codec decoding). How can those programs interfere with the playback of BSplayer?

So far I've identified the problem in BSplayer's own subtitle engine. I might be wrong, but that's my experience.

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I've just finished a test:

I) BSplayer v0.86.501 + XviD decoder for video + MP3 (original?) decoder for audio & no-VobSub, no-ffdshow

In this configuration I get 100% processor load in windowed mode and no ovelay. If I check the overlay option (mode 1) in windowed mode I get a warning popup which says that "Overlay is disabled" (or something). So my video card (a professional openGL one, with 64 MB VRAM) cannot support overaly (at the resolution of 1290x1024). I let overlay option checked and make a trick - put BSplayer to change resolution at 800x600 in full screen mode... and voila! I get ~60% processor load which is acceptable for me.

II) BSplayer v0.86.501 (/w subtitles disabled) + XviD decoder for video + MP3 (original?) decoder for audio + VobSub for subtitles

This is the best configuration for me! Processor load at ~30% in full screen (/w overlay and changed resolution at 800x600). I am happy. So the overlay is the problem (or the lack of it).
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