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trasgo 17th September 2003 08:09 AM

options don´t work properly from command line with ini file

I have the following problem:

If I attempt to run bsplayer from command line with, for example, this command:

bplay "myMovie.avi" "" -stime=300

it works ok, the movie and subs are loaded and started at five minutes (300 seconds as specified by the -stime parameter)

but if the command use a .ini file, for example:

bplay "myMovie.ini" -stime=300

bsplayer play the movie too, but the parameter -stime is ignored, the movie start at the beginning...

Anyone know the problem??? :(

( I´m sorry but my english is not very good :oops: )


scotty81 17th September 2003 12:36 PM

an ini file isn't a movie it's only text file so bsplayer won't be able to start a 300secondes delay on a text file!
you can use delay IN the ini file but not with the command line.

trasgo 17th September 2003 02:27 PM

Thanks for your answer, but one thing:

I know .ini file is only a text file, but the bsplayer help specify clearly that is possible to call bsplayer with an .ini file and command line options, for this motive I ask about...

One question: Can you tell me in what section and parameter of .ini files I can obtain this? I have read the help but I don't find it



scotty81 17th September 2003 07:33 PM

I can't tell you right now, I haven't got my computer for the moment, it's being repared :oops:
I'll feed in as soon as I get it back

adicoto 17th September 2003 08:01 PM

It seems that new builds of bsplayer have some problems with some parameters in .ini files. Try downgrading to an older release if you want to use that.

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