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nemesis63 30th December 2011 07:35 PM

Weird Problem
 
Hi
I have bs pro 2.61. I'm on win7 x64 and I installed lates kl codec pack mega x86 and x64.
While watching something after 10-15 minutes i got something like this.

It's indescribable so i took a video.

Here
Note: I was using 2.58 before and it was happening just like this before too.

PetrBlade 31st December 2011 02:23 PM

It looks like you have a little elf stuck in your notebook and he makes noise with a hammer... common problem during Christmas time.
:tongue:

So what exactly happened, bsplayer crashed and freezed, or?

nemesis63 2nd January 2012 06:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PetrBlade (Beitrag 49153)
It looks like you have a little elf stuck in your notebook and he makes noise with a hammer... common problem during Christmas time.
:tongue:

So what exactly happened, bsplayer crashed and freezed, or?

Image stops , audio keeps playing at the backround and the rest is in the video. I have to kill bsplayer.exe or it keeps hammering. This especially happens when i try to seek a scene through the time bar rapidly.

BSPeter 3rd January 2012 01:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nemesis63 (Beitrag 49116)
.... I installed lates kl codec pack mega x86 and x64....

:eek:We've always and consistently advised against using codec packs!:eek:
More certainly is NOT equivalent to better! And surely not in case of any problems. To the contrary!
So maybe you should "kill" (uninstall) that first and instead allow BS.Player upon its installation to also internally install its preferred codecs/filters.
(N.B.: internally meaning for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with your systems codecs/filters.)
:wink:
(Unfortunately the video is too blurred/vague to be very helpful; I cannot really see the windows shown; maybe post the text of the messages that pop up.)
P.S.:
As a purchaser of Pro-version, you're entitled to get direct email support from BS.Player team.
You can contact them using this webform. Did you do that already?

nemesis63 4th January 2012 06:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 49222)
:eek:We've always and consistently advised against using codec packs!:eek:
More certainly is NOT equivalent to better! And surely not in case of any problems. To the contrary!
So maybe you should "kill" (uninstall) that first and instead allow BS.Player upon its installation to also internally install its preferred codecs/filters.
(N.B.: internally meaning for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with your systems codecs/filters.)
:wink:
(Unfortunately the video is too blurred/vague to be very helpful; I cannot really see the windows shown; maybe post the text of the messages that pop up.)
P.S.:
As a purchaser of Pro-version, you're entitled to get direct email support from BS.Player team.
You can contact them using this webform. Did you do that already?

Thank you but i let the bsplayer to install its internal codecs.

adicoto 4th January 2012 07:27 PM

Could this be the same behaviour like in:

http://forum.bsplayer.com/general-ta...er-20-min.html

http://forum.bsplayer.com/bug-report...bout-1h-2.html


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