Official BS.Player forums

Official BS.Player forums (http://forum.bsplayer.com/)
-   Bug Reports And Codecs (http://forum.bsplayer.com/bug-reports-codecs/)
-   -   problems with viewing video-cd's (http://forum.bsplayer.com/bug-reports-codecs/2671-problems-viewing-video-cds.html)

seblanders 3rd October 2003 07:38 AM

problems with viewing video-cd's
 
since a while i have been having problems with watching video-cd's.
bsplayer can't open practically any of them and i even installed media player to try the video-cd's on, but that doesn't work either.
if it's a codec-thing: i have installed the tsunami-codec-pack 3.97.

can anybody help me? by the way, my version of bsplayer is 0.86b496.

BSPeter 3rd October 2003 10:47 AM

If you're only playing VCD's and/or SVCD's, you need an MPEG Video Decoder (not to confuse with mp3).
Unfortunately I don't know the Tsunami Codec pack (that's to say I don't know what codecs it holds and I also like to keep it that way). From what I saw at the DivX-digest page it doesn't seems too recent to me though (2 August 2002!). Therefore I don't know what codecs you may have installed (hopefully not the full pack). I just repeat the suggestion of the relevant page of Divx-digest, i.e.
Quote:

Suggestion : In most situations, you do not need to install codec/filter packs and certainly not every codec/filter that comes with these packs. In fact, you may run into problems if you install too many codec/filters on your computer. It is Highly recommended that you only install the codec/filters that you absolutely need.
I would advise to use Avicodec or GSpot to find out what you need. Have a look at Help to Help hereunder (that post will also tell you that you haven't got latest BSPlayer's version).
:wink:

seblanders 3rd October 2003 01:49 PM

thanks for the reply! I have uninstalled the codec-pack and installed only the divX and the XVID-codec.

My version of bsplayer is 0.86.501.
My version of DirectX is 9.0b

The video codecs I have installed are:
cvid;Cinepak® Codec;1.10.0.6;Radius Inc.;
divf;DivX Video for Windows Codec;4
divx;DivX Video for Windows Codec;4
i420;Microsoft H.263 ICM Driver;4.4.3400;Microsoft Corporation;
iv31;Intel Indeo R3.1;4.4.3400;No company info;
iv32;Intel Indeo R3.2;4.4.3400;No company info;
iv41;Intel Indeo® Video 4.5;4.51.16.03;Intel Corporation;
iv50;Intel Indeo® video 5.10;R.5.10.15.2.55;Intel Corporation;
iyuv;Intel Indeo(R) Video YUV Codec;5.1.2600.0 (XPClientMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
m261;Microsoft H.261 ICM Driver;4.4.3400;Microsoft Corporation;
m263;Microsoft H.263 ICM Driver;4.4.3400;Microsoft Corporation;
mrle;Microsoft RLE Compressor;5.1.2600.0 (xpclientMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
msvc;Microsoft Video 1 Compressor;5.1.2600.0 (xpclientMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
uyvy;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.0000000.900 builMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
vp31;On2_VP3;3
xvid;XVID Mpeg-4;4
yuy2;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.0000000.900 builMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
yvu9;Toshiba Video Codec;5.1.2600.0 (XPClientMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;
yvyu;Microsoft UYVY Video Decompressor;5.3.0000000.900 builMicrosoft Corporation;Microsoft Corporation;

the audio codecs I have installed are:

0x0001;PCM;4.0 .0;Microsoft IMA ADPCM;
0x0002;Microsoft ADPCM;4.0 .0;MS-ADPCM;
0x0006;CCITT A-Law;4.0 .0;Microsoft CCITT G.711;
0x0007;CCITT u-Law;4.0 .0;Microsoft CCITT G.711;
0x0011;IMA ADPCM;4.0 .0;Microsoft IMA ADPCM;
0x0022;DSP Group TrueSpeech(TM);1.0 .0;TrueSpeech(TM);
0x0031;GSM 6.10;4.0 .0;Microsoft GSM 6.10;
0x0042;Microsoft G.723.1;1.2 .1;Microsoft G.723.1;
0x0062;Voxware v1.1.6/1.1.8 File-Mode Codecs;4.0 .0;Voxware CODECs 1.5.0;
0x0069;Voxware v1.1.8 Bitstream-Mode Codecs;4.0 .0;Voxware CODECs 1.5.0;
0x0074;Voxware MetaVoice;4.0 .0;Voxware CODECs 1.5.0;
0x0075;Voxware MetaSound;4.0 .0;Voxware CODECs 1.5.0;
0x0130;ACELP.net;3.2 .0;ACELP.net;
0x0402;IAC2;2.5 .53;Indeo® audio software;

The message I get from BSPlayer is: "Unknown File Format ()"

Both AVIcodec and GSpot can't find out what the codecs are. AVIcodec provides me with the message: "Opening Error The Source filter for this file could not be loaded for L:\MPEG2\AVISEQ01.MPG".
GSpot just says he couldn't find any codecs...

Again, I have this problem with a lot of my VideoCD's.

adicoto 3rd October 2003 04:44 PM

You need an MPEG2 codec. Search for elecard MPEG2 codec.

BSPeter 3rd October 2003 09:08 PM

I just happened to see it's included in K-Lite codec pack (full version) which you can download here.
With respect to codec-packs please note that the art is knowing to restrict yourself!
In this connection I would like to repeat the advice on DivX-digest download page:
Quote:

Suggestion : In most situations, you do not need to install codec/filter packs and certainly not every codec/filter that comes with these packs. In fact, you may run into problems if you install too many codec/filters on your computer. It is highly recommended that you only install the codec/filters that you absolutely need.
I would suggest you to follow this advice anytime!
:wink:

seblanders 4th October 2003 09:00 AM

Will try!

seblanders 4th October 2003 10:57 AM

Thanks BSPeter and adicoto! I uninstalled all codecs, installed the Nimo Codec Pack b8 (it had 2 codecs I needed that weren't in the KaZaA-LiTe-pack) with only the codecs I needed and downloaded the Elecard MPEG2-codec.

Everything works fine now, thanks again!


All times are GMT +1. The time now is 01:51 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.9
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.6.0 PL2
Ad Management plugin by RedTyger


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20