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Old 19th December 2003
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Default Subtitle disabler doesn't work

When selected, and I try to autoplay a file this error window opens:
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BSPlayer v1.00.803, Unhandled exception at EIP: 00495C05
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 00495C05 in module 'bsplay.exe'. Write of address 00000010
EAccessViolation
, 0x004E746F, 0x004E766D, 0x00453527, 0x0044A872, 0x77D67AD7, 0x77D6CCD4, 0x77D44455, 0x77D44D58, 0x004E8584, 0x77E814C7

Bytes at EIP: FF 43 10 8B 53 10 C1 E2 02 8D 14 D2 8D 43 14 E8 5B CB
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But if I don't use subtitle disabler, it plays fine. I have to manually select the subtitles off, thou.
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Works fine here!
You probably have vobsub installed?
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Works fine here!
You probably have vobsub installed?
Nope. Just Direct Show Ogg Vorbis Filter & Direct Show subtitle filter collection.
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But if I don't use subtitle disabler, it plays fine. I have to manually select the subtitles off, thou.
I have exactly the same problem.
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Is box "Use Subtitle Mixer for subtitles in OGG files" checked under "Subtitles" of "Options"/"Preferences"?
Further please see this post concerning possible conflict with ffdshow.
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Is box "Use Subtitle Mixer for subtitles in OGG files" checked under "Subtitles" of "Options"/"Preferences"?
It was unchecked. If subtitles are disabled shouldn't other subtitle options become irrelevant? Anyway I tried checking it and got the same result (crash).

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Further please see this post concerning possible conflict with ffdshow.
I tried uninstalling ffdshow and still got the same result. It seems BSPlayer is not on friendly terms with ogg movies at this time.
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I should add that disabling subtitles causes BSP to crash whether or not the ogg movie has subtitles, and whether or not if there is a .srt file.

Disabling subtitles does seem to work for avi movies.
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Is box "Use Subtitle Mixer for subtitles in OGG files" checked under "Subtitles" of "Options"/"Preferences"?
It was unchecked. If subtitles are disabled shouldn't other subtitle options become irrelevant?
As I understand it, you do wish to see subtitles, so you shouldn't check "Subtitles disabled", now should you?
However, what you want is, that BSPlayer doesn't handle the (ogg-)subtitles itself, so you should check (select) "Use Subtitle Mixer for subtitles in OGG files", so - in my opinion - it isn't really illogical to have both options and they are relevant.
(I agree this doesn't help your present problems )
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As I understand it, you do wish to see subtitles, so you shouldn't check "Subtitles disabled", now should you?
I want to see them sometimes, but I can't because of this problem. So I wanted to disable them in BSP and have ffdshow render them instead.
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