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DRT91 11th September 2012 09:11 AM

BS.Player Free full screen tremble
Good morning! I would like to report something that is probably a bug. While playing video files with subtitles in full screen mode, the screen trembles only while the subtitles are being displayed and plays on smoothly when there are no subtitles to be displayed. When I turn off subtitles in these specific files the tremble stops. This happens only in fullscreen mode. The only occasion this does not happen (still in fullscreen mode) is when I change the aspect ratio to 4:3. Forgot to mention that this does not happen while playing these files with other media players. I swear I used them just to check though! :)

Thus far I noticed this happening while playing 720p mp4 and mkv files. This happens on both my desktop and my VAIO laptop. Both systems are running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (fully updated) and the latest version of BS.Player Free. Here is a video that might help you:

BS.Player is my favourite media player and the most easy to use. No other media player has a built-in subtitle finder like yours, I really love it! I hope you will be able to fix this. Thank you in advance!

P.S. Should you need any additional information, feel free to ask me!

adicoto 11th September 2012 09:17 AM

I could blame for that Microsft's DVT decoder which tends to decode H264 streams and fail.
You could check this by opening a file -> options -> filters and see which decoder it's used.
If I am wrong, try to swich the rendering method in video options.
If I am right, use another H264 decoder, such as ffdshow or CoreAVC.

PS: pressing "S" key enable-disable subtitles. Easyer than mouseclicks

DRT91 11th September 2012 09:27 AM

First of all thanks for answering so quickly and the subtitle tip! I would like to ask a favour though. Can you give me more specific guidelines, because I am not familiar messing with these kind of settings :) Do I go to ffdshow Video Decoder?

adicoto 11th September 2012 09:41 AM

First, let's see which decoder it's used. Open such a file, right click -> options -> filters -> advanced, and post here the result.

DRT91 11th September 2012 09:47 AM

Here it is:

adicoto 11th September 2012 09:48 AM

OK, so I see it's ffdshow.
So, open BSPlayer, right click -> options -> preferences -> video -> rendering method (upper right tab) and select for example internal renderer (default)

DRT91 11th September 2012 09:55 AM

I tried this and it works! It changed the color scheme to Windows 7 Basic, but this doesn't affect the playback at all, correct? Thanks a lot, again! :)

adicoto 11th September 2012 10:01 AM

You may also try other rendering options, find which suits you better ;)

DRT91 11th September 2012 10:03 AM

Question answered and in less than an hour! You may close this topic, and, thanks again!

carlr1990 16th February 2013 08:50 AM

I have been getting this error since a long time and could never figure out the cause as it would work fine initially on a a new OS install or new PC and after some time give this same error.

Other Solutions to this are, changing video rendering to Internal renderer overlay OR change the PAN scan(Other than 0) in the EVR(Enhanced Video Renderer).

However, I've discovered if your PC resolution is 1366x768 it will give you this Subtitle stutter (lag) error in full screen.

The SOLUTION is to change resolution to 1360x768 and it should work fine in EVR and even if the PAN scan is 0.

Hope it helps.

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