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adicoto 8th November 2003 08:17 PM

LIST OF CODECS (optional if BS.Player Codec Manager is used)
 
Those are (IMHO) the most important codecs needed by bsplayer to run properly and see allmost any kind of video file.

Common used codecs (not needed if you use FFDSHOW) ffdshow tryouts | Official Website
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DivX codec:
DivX 7 | DivX.com

XviD, Koepi home page:
Koepi.org

XviD homepage:
Xvid.org: Downloads

AC3 decompresor:
AC-3 ACM Codec

AC3Filter:
AC3Filter

3ivx:
3ivx MPEG-4 5.0.2 - Audio and Video Compression Technology - Windows Download

MPEG2 decoders (REQUIRED FOR DVD PLAYBACK):
K-lite codec pack (ONLY install option"MPEG-2, DVD>Cyberlink"):
free codec download audio pack at k-litecodecpack.com

Elecard: Elecard Ltd. - Free download, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVC/H.264, DVD, shareware, freeware, codec pack, SDK, decoder, encoder

BitCtrl: bitcontrol® multimedia software

MPEG2 decoder

http://www.deskshare.com/download/mpeg2decoder.exe

SourceForge.net: guliverkli: Files

[added by Ico-Man]

Ogg codec:
illiminable Ogg Directshow Filters
For those who encountered errors using OGGDS0995, and for mode 3+ :
http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA012...m_20020708.zip

Matroska splitter:
Welcome | Matroska
SourceForge.net: guliverkli: Files

X264 codec:
Download x264 Video Codec r1139 - A free library for encoding H264/AVC video streams - Softpedia

Haali media splitter:
Haali Media Splitter
For .MP4 files you can use 3ivX decoder, haali media splitter or alternate

MP4 splitters (Gabest):
SourceForge.net: guliverkli: Files

AMR DECODER
http://blog.monogram.sk/janos/downlo....0.1.0_bin.zip

For WMV files:
Windows Media Video 9 Series Codecs

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Various codecs
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Xcd filter:
Mode2 CD Maker - DeXT
SourceForge.net: guliverkli: Files

Real media and Quick Time media codecs (Quick time alternative and Real alternative)
Download Real Alternative (added by Ico-man)
QuickTime Alternative download (added by Ico-man)
Edskes File Download Mirror

The ON2 codecs:
Products and Services
On2 Technologies - Making Video Possible, from Handhelds to HD
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FFdshow filter that can replace MPEG filters, divx, xvid and so (not used if you use DivX, XviD and 3ivx)
SourceForge.net: ffdshow

Here you can find also the ffvfw codec :
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Index of /
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Not a codec, but if you want to play Bink/Smacker video files this will do the trick:

http://k2.edskes.com/radgtsplitter.exe

Flash video - FLV playback (FLV1 and FLV4):
1) First install FLV splitter:
SourceForge.net: Guliverkli2: Downloading ...
THEN
2) install FLV decoder (NOT needed, if you already have FFDshow installed) ffdshow tryouts | Official Website

If you want to use FFDshow only for playback of FLV file, then uncheck all options in ffdshow properties>Codecs, OTHER than FLV1 (leave this checked) [added by Ico-man]

3gp AMR decoder: (most used video format in cell phones)

http://blog.monogram.sk/janos/downlo....0.1.0_bin.zip

johnny 6th December 2003 11:12 AM

Re: List of codecs
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto

I get 4 files
qtmlClient.dll
QuickTime
QuickTimeEssentials
QuickTimeInternetExtras

where exactly do i place these files to get bsplayer play QT movies?

adicoto 6th December 2003 12:08 PM

I can't get yet to play qt files, but be patient. Keep those files in a separate folder. Once i figure out what to be done next I'll post that.

johnny 7th December 2003 02:33 PM

okay. thank you.

MickyFinn 8th December 2003 07:19 PM

MaxB recognized that Pietro is using XP as his OS, but I'm running that sad sack WinMillennium. Do I take the video and sound codec downloads to the system folder or the system32 folder? Me too scared to go any further without some help in getting ".ram" files to run, but the earlier discussion was done by the printed page and the value entered in start/run did load and was recognized. THANKS, BECAUSE THIS IS ONE HECK OF A PLAYER. MAKES ALL THE OTHERS LOOK LIKE MY UGLY BROTHER, and he is one real ugly sucker.
Would someone please help me with this situation?
MickyFinn

MaxB 9th December 2003 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MickyFinn
MaxB recognized that Pietro is using XP as his OS, but I'm running that sad sack WinMillennium. Do I take the video and sound codec downloads to the system folder or the system32 folder?

You use folder system in Windows 9x/Me. Folder system32 is used in Windows 2000/XP.

I would also warn about using the proper terminology. BSPlayer, like other DirectShow players, does not use codecs to decode audio and video streams. DirectShow players use DirectShow filters, and codecs are used only if there is no required DirectShow filter installed (in this case, codecs are used through VfW wrapper). VfW stands for Video for Windows and this technology is used by video applications other than players - video editors and such (Premiere, VirtualDub...). So, adicoto, update your post and use proper terminology. Also add ffdShow to your DirectShow filters list.

MickyFinn 9th December 2003 08:18 PM

MaxB:
Thank you for the post, 'cause gearhead I aren't, and RAM ability is needed for some of the sites I surf.

GREAT SITE, PLAYER, AND FORUM.
MickyFinn, idiot newbie,

adicoto 9th December 2003 10:09 PM

To MaxB:
My post starts with IMHO. So, this is MY Humble Opinion, not yours. OK ?
Do you have any problem with that ?
I don't consider ffdshow as a requirement.

MaxB 10th December 2003 09:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
My post starts with IMHO. So, this is MY Humble Opinion, not yours. OK ?
Do you have any problem with that ?
I don't consider ffdshow as a requirement.

Have you seen how many views does your topic have? So it is fair to say that "your opinion" is an actual recomendation - you could just add ffdShow as an alternative to DivX, XviD and other filters. But, yet, it's your opinion so I won't tell you what to do - it's merely my suggestion. :)

But that part about using the term DirectShow filter instead of codec still applies - codecs are not needed for viewing, only for encoding or editing files. DirectShow filters are needed for viewing files and cannot be used for encoding or editing. Many people and even on-line or off-line (computer magazines) media don't realize that. Spread the word! ;)

adicoto 10th December 2003 01:20 PM

Yes, I know you are right about filters and VfW, but....
This is a support forum for BSPlayer, not for codecs, dvd ripping and so...
I don't think is realy needed to go so technical. Everybody have heard about codec, codecs, codecpacks and so on. On the main download pages you'll find codec writen all over the place. So, let's not confuse peoples. I started this topic so everybody can understand what is needed for bsplayer to run properly.
Second, you are also right about ffdshow, I used it once. But only once. And I recommend it for slow machines. So, if you realy want that to be writen here, here it goes:
FFdshow filter that can replace MPEG filters, divx, xvid and so:

a.j 10th December 2003 02:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Yes, I know you are right about filters and VfW, but....
This is a support forum for BSPlayer, not for codecs, dvd ripping and so...
I don't think is realy needed to go so technical. Everybody have heard about codec, codecs, codecpacks and so on. On the main download pages you'll find codec writen all over the place. So, let's not confuse peoples. I started this topic so everybody can understand what is needed for bsplayer to run properly.
Second, you are also right about ffdshow, I used it once. But only once. And I recommend it for slow machines. So, if you realy want that to be writen here, here it goes:
FFdshow filter that can replace MPEG filters, divx, xvid and so:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=53761

hi if you say that ,i want to recommand the K-Lite Codec Pack which ,i think, is better than ffdshow.

adicoto 10th December 2003 03:06 PM

O, yes, I forgot one more thing:

Don't use codec packs !![/b]

MickyFinn 11th December 2003 04:39 AM

OKAY,
Got to the end of the post, but the question still stands: The files are in the SYSTEM rather than the SYSTEM32 folder, so what is the command line that should be entered at start/run????????

PLEASE ANSWER, 'cause running system commands without any understanding of what they can do---and this is ALL NEWBIE STUFF TO ME---scares the absolute heck out of me. I use this box for other things, and don't want to have to go through a long and complicated procedure to return it's stability because that is a real chore.
MickyFinn,

MickyFinn 11th December 2003 05:26 AM

This dialogue, for me, started at "Can't Play RM or RAM files, or
/viewtopic.php?t=3435 "&" /viewtopic.php?t=3300

I'm running RC1.build 803, having originally run bsplay100.800 (downloaded on 11/11/03, or 1.54Mgs--then).

On the previous missive, wrar 320.exe (eng. build) was used to open rp9win32codecs.tar.bz2.tar, which creates the same file name with the ".out" file ending extension. Opened, it carries all of the files that were put into the SYSTEM folder rather than the SYSTEM32 folder.

Do I need additional "audio or video files?" I have every Divx, Xvid, ad nauseum (SB Audigy Gamer card, and Matrox G550 w/32Mgs. DDR), but don't know how to present the DXDIAG text format that was saved to my desktop. Help on that, if it is needed for review of this box?

Please help.
MickyFinn,

MickyFinn 11th December 2003 06:44 AM

The RealMediaSplitter.ax, as a zip file, creates two separate folders one named release (288Kb) while the other is named release unicode (276Kb). The first was installed, creating the DllRegisterServer in realmediasplitter.ax succeeded. What am I supposed to do with the unicode folder?

Also, where are the RM audio and video files? Yeah, probably a dumb question, but having stated that this is all NEWBIE, you guys are really dealing with someone who is very uncomfortable dealing with this kind of thing.

PLEASE HELP, because I DO NOT WANT REALMEDIAPLAYER ON MY BOX. It, like WMP, contains a "report to poppa" buried inside, and always wants to get the latest version---which is really nonsense if things are working right. New is not always better: IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT.
THANKS TO WHOMEVER RESPONDS,
MickyFinn,

MickyFinn 11th December 2003 11:16 PM

returning to bsplay100.800, downloaded 11/11/03
 
The note above, subject, says it all.

GREAT PLAYER, FORUM IS CONFUSING TO A NEWBIE, and the recent attempts to send an attachment have failed; so, last post because I have other things to do with my life.

Adicoto sent me the command line for start/run, but it didn't work, so I am returning this 20G HD to the archive mirror made after the above was downloaded.

BST: If you want to post the RPM RANT, which was forwarded to you, you have my permission. Profiling software, which amounts to SPYWARE & INVASION OF PRIVACY, is not something I will allow on my box.

WISH ALL THE BEST OF LUCK.

MickyFinn,

thor 21st December 2003 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Second, you are also right about ffdshow, I used it once. But only once. And I recommend it for slow machines. So, if you realy want that to be writen here, here it goes:
FFdshow filter that can replace MPEG filters, divx, xvid and so:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=53761

In fact, this link is not so useless :) My BSPlayer started to play video on ASF files only after I installed this ffdshow thing :)
Thanks for the idea anyway *)

stuffie 22nd December 2003 03:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
O, yes, I forgot one more thing:

Don't use codec packs !!

Why don't you offer all your suggested codecs as a codec pack?

djventilator 15th January 2004 03:41 PM

The Ram doesnt work on BS
 
i downloaded the (codec?) file into my BSPlayer folder... and i cant play .ram files?

WHELP???

adicoto 15th January 2004 05:39 PM

Register the splitter using the command
regsvr32 /s RealMediaSplitter.ax
And copy the dll's you get from the other link to your windows\system32 folder.


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