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attitude 10th July 2003 05:01 AM

fast forward bug
 
I cant use the slider in 499 to go forward in vcd or svcd movies. it works fine in media player but not in bsplayer. Also works fine with avis...
If i change the play rate the movie will go to the point of time indicated by the timeline(once). My system is a w2003server

An other q... I have a movie in mp42 format which wont load i think i just need a codec but i cant find anyone that will work... Any ides where i can get one?

kurtnoise 10th July 2003 04:25 PM

Re: fast forward bug
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by attitude
I have a movie in mp42 format which wont load i think i just need a codec but i cant find anyone that will work... Any ides where i can get one?

Try with ffdshow filter using DivX4 with libavcodec for decoder.

Sorry, I've no idea for your 1st question..

adicoto 10th July 2003 07:10 PM

For vcd and svcd files installl elecard mpeg 2 beta. It will fix the problems.
For mp42 go to options, preferencies, video, use divx4 for........

attitude 11th July 2003 11:34 AM

codecs
 
im already using that codec...

and seting use ... for divx4... in teh optios menue doesnt work either...

havent tried the ffdshow thing yet...

mrs 22nd July 2003 12:36 AM

I've the same fast forward problem, bsplayer 499, elecard MPEG 2.1. My OS is also win2003 server, so this bug is probably system-related. I don't have to mention there is no problem in any other player.

adicoto 22nd July 2003 03:36 PM

Elecard 2 BETA version works OK.

mrs 23rd July 2003 07:28 PM

Ok adicoto, but even if Elecard 2 beta works, it's still some kind of bug in bsplayer, cause other players can rewind well with 2.1 version :)

adicoto 23rd July 2003 07:39 PM

So, many players have an MPEG 2 decoder incorporated. They don't use an external codec but they use windows media player window(active movie). And usualy they are not freeware. Bsplayer uses it's own renderer, so it needs external codecs to work ok.

mrs 23rd July 2003 07:47 PM

No, I'm talking about free players which use external codecs, for example BestPlayer or VPlayer.


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