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Night Shadow 12th October 2003 11:20 PM

-=- Some *USUAL* video formats can't be show on BSPLAYER -=-
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First of all, I tried ALL codecs (last versions of FFDshow, KazaaLITE video CODECs, Xvid Codec Official and Umaniac Xvid Codec)...

There is NO CODEC PROBLEM!! :wink:

Some video formats can't be show on BSPLAYER.
for example:
one very popular:
Matrix_Reloaded_(2003).Repack.CD1.Pr0nStarS.ShareR eactor.avi
Matrix_Reloaded_(2003).Repack.CD2.Pr0nStarS.ShareR eactor.avi

by Windows Properties:
(MPEG Layer-3,149 kBit/s, 48,000 Hz, Stereo)
(640 x 272, 83190 frames, 25.000 frames/s, 214 KB/s, unknow format)'s normal DIVx 3... :roll:

I don´t know what happen!!! Windows Media Player, GlobalPlayer and Quickview for DOS works fine...

Switching to RGB mode, runs ok (256 color - IMPOSSIBLE to watch, too bad quality!)

I think that a particular kind of video format cant be run on bsp...

Night Shadow 12th October 2003 11:28 PM

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my codecs and settings for BSPLAYER are CORRECT.... Running KungPOW for example:

by windows properties:
MPEG Layer-3,116 kBit/s, 48,000 Hz, Stereo
512 x 288, 117310 frames, 23.976 frames/s, 146 KB/s, unknow format

(Xvid - DivX)

I repeat: MAtrix Reload is running on Windows Media Player, GlobalPlayer ... and anothers...

I think there somekind of problem to recognize the video format... just my opnion.. :lol:

anyway...just a little bug..
BSPlayer is still Awfulll... 8)

Night Shadow 12th October 2003 11:44 PM

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:lol: :lol: :lol:
Sorry .. I got it....

5 days work on this, broke my legs... =P
(somepeople always do the hard way :lol: :lol: )

:shock: It´s just a OPTION to Play OLD DIVX codecs...

The topic can be erase.... :roll: :wink:

Night Shadow 14th October 2003 03:42 PM

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Now is DEAD again... :? :shock: :shock: :shock:

Jakk Frost 16th October 2003 10:47 AM

Instead of unchecking that DivX option, try changing the FourCC of the files themselves using AviC, a little utility included in the XviD codec installer. In that you can change which codec the movie file tells the player it's using.

For instance, on most files coded with XviD I tend to switch the FourCC to DivX, if only because for some reason I can't alter the brightness settings for the XviD codec in BSPlayer, either in the codec properties or in preferences. (but that is a small issue)

adicoto 16th October 2003 01:15 PM

To Jack:
First of all update your xvid codec. Newest codecs can modify brightness.

To the shadow :D
Sometimes windows has an ambition to delete installed codecs and to replace them with it's own one. Check that you have divx3.11 and divx 5(one of them).

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