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Old 29th March 2003
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Default BSPLAYER v0.86 problems

Hi.

My BSPlayer 0.86 does not display correctly subtitles from .SRT files. They are shown in other character set than the default for my country (Spain).

Also, a question:

Why BSPLAYER is not able to show "colour controls" over all videos?? Windows Media Player is capable to do it woth the same files... Personally I hate this other player, but If you choose to show "video controls", they will appear and work over every movie, independently of its codification (DivX, XVid, MPG...).

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Default Re: BSPLAYER v0.86 problems

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My BSPlayer 0.86 does not display correctly subtitles from .SRT files. They are shown in other character set than the default for my country (Spain).
This issue is addressed in the FAQ (and many many times on the forum)
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With respect to the second issue raised by you:
http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic....b9c8356c7#3228
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Default That link fails!

Can you post it right? Thank you!!
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Strange that the link fails; there is nothing wrong with it; it simply links to another reply by me, reading:
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Another possibility (when Color Controls cannot be used as they do not appear) is to right-click on the video screen, choose "Properties" (at the bottom) and then the active video decoder. It is not unlikely that it has controls for (i.a.) brightness.
I agree it is no direct answer to your question, but it is a possible other "route" to tackle the "problem" of videos which you e.g. would rather play somewhat brighter (by using the controls of the employed video decoder itself.)
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the address of the forum is http://forum.bsplayer.org , not http://www.bsplayer.org/forum/

I can't understant how you managed to get this link (with the full session id and everything) without making it up :lol:

(btw there's no need to add your session id in the link; fortunately it does not allow one to take over you identity :P)
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I can't understant how you managed to get this link (with the full session id and everything) without making it up
Simply by positioning the mouse pointer over the tiny icon immediately to the left of "Posted:" followed by a right mouse click and copying the link!

(so I didn't "invent" or type the forum's address there either; in fact I didn't even look at it otherwise I would have seen this oddity, as I quite well know the url of the forum as stated by you; I only checked if it worked and it did at the time; not now anymore though, so I changed it)
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I've meanwhile found out how I came to copy in my link the address of http://www.bsplayer.org/forum/ :

Go to http://www.bsplayer.org's download page and choose "visit the forum" on that page :!: :?:
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what if the active codec doesn't have any contract/brightness controls to tinker with? Or perhaps one of you guys can make a list of the common video codecs that's sure to have those controls?

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