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iron2000 20th January 2004 03:59 AM

[BS1.00.803]Error while playing videos
 
I get an error when I watch a few videos one after another in one instance of BSplayer.
When one video ends I'll click on another in the folder to play.
I know that the error came when the screen remains black when it says "play" and on closing the player, the error window appears.

Heres the error(not sure if all are the same)
Code:

BSPlayer v1.00.803, Unhandled exception at EIP: 77F57D85
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 77F57D85 in module 'ntdll.dll'. Write of address 355337F5
EAccessViolation
, 0x004E746F, 0x004E766D, 0x00453527, 0x0044A872, 0x77D43A50, 0x77D4A8E5, 0x77D444F5, 0x77D4886B, 0x77F75DA3, 0x77D48AA1, 0x77D48B43, 0x00437B20, 0x00437A77, 0x0044B852, 0x0041644C, 0x00413FAF, 0x00411628, 0x004117D2, 0x00411863, 0x0044C462, 0x004E7693, 0x00453527, 0x0044A872, 0x77D43A50, 0x77D4A8E5, 0x77D444F5, 0x77D4886B, 0x77F75DA3, 0x77D48AA1, 0x77D48B43, 0x00437B20, 0x00437A77, 0x0044B852, 0x0041644C, 0x00413FAF, 0x00411628, 0x004117D2, 0x00411863, 0x0044C462, 0x004E7693, 0x00453527, 0x0044A872, 0x77D43A50, 0x77D43B1F, 0x77D43D79, 0x77D44374, 0x004E8584, 0x77E814C7

Bytes at EIP: 88 46 FE 80 66 FF 00 F6 45 0C 08 74 12 33 C0 8B FE 8B


zandor 10th June 2006 07:07 PM

Also I have always the same type of error.

Now I have the error reading normal AVI DIVX avery time the video ends.
Only to the end. Every time.

My system is not usntable after the error ad I can open a new avi whithout problem. When the second avi ends, same error.

adicoto 10th June 2006 07:30 PM

Does your error is related to ntdll.dll or to build 103 ?
If not, can you post here what version do you use and the exact error message ?

zandor 11th June 2006 10:13 AM

BSplayer 1.42.833
Unknown exception EIP: ....
Access violation in ntdll.dll
Read of address 00000014

adicoto 11th June 2006 11:45 AM

Sorry, but no solution was found AFAIK for that problem (due to the lack of reports too). Can you tell wich filters are used when playing the files that give this error ? (rightclick->options->filters)

Tizio 11th June 2006 12:00 PM

Does this happen with every movie file type or only with WMV files?
Have you installed Morgan Stream Switcher?
Do you use Norton Antivirus?

There are several error reports regarding ntdll.dll on several different discussion boards.. Maybe it could be related to a codec issue, so if you reply to adicoto's question probably we can go near to a solution, but nothing is assured http://forum.tgmonline.it/forum/imag...y_icons/KA.gif

zandor 11th June 2006 02:37 PM

The optsion in men? are:
Direct sound
moonlight odio dekoda
divx decoder filter

THe problem is on some types of avi files.

Uhm.... I have resolved the problem. I had moonlight odio dekoda versione 1.00 old of 2001 . I have found 1.25m and installed it is now ok.

Than for support :-)))
I know that in bs player ALL problems origins from decode.

A last question: someone know what "moonlight odio dekoda" do.
If I uninstall if some type of file could not be read anymore from standard players?

adicoto 11th June 2006 03:19 PM

I use it myself but ver 1.23.
Moonlight Odio Dekoda is an alternate MPEG audio decoder that can suport MPEG1, MPEG2, LPCM and AC3 decoding. If you uninstall it MEPG1 and 2 files will be handled by the built-in decoder of windows. For the other, either you allready have a filter and BSPlayer will use it either someday you'll need to install one.

zandor 16th June 2006 11:12 PM

I have another strange problem...
Opening mpeg files .mpg bsplayer say "Can't open file".

I have also tryed to rename .mpg to .avi.

The same error is on old bsplayer version 1.0

BSPeter 16th June 2006 11:31 PM

Renaming will not help as this is a different kind of video. You probably need an mpeg decoder.
Check out adicoto's list of codecs (click here) (there are three mentioned inthere)
:wink:

adicoto 26th June 2006 03:56 PM

@ BSPeter
I know my answer is a litle bit late (I came here using search :D), but there were old BSPlayer's builds that failed to open a video file just by changing the extension.

BSPeter 26th June 2006 08:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
... there were old BSPlayer's builds that failed to open a video file just by changing the extension.

That must have been not old but really ancient versions then, because I cannot remember any that were "critical" with respect to the video file's extention. (Just tried with 0.86.501 which I've still installed.) In fact I seem to remember that that was one of the features of BSPlayer, which I found characteristic at the time when I started to get acquainted with BSPlayer.
:wink:

adicoto 26th June 2006 08:59 PM

If that build is ancient, then you call me old ? :)

BSPeter 26th June 2006 09:36 PM

Rest assured I do not consider build 0.86.501 to be ancient (otherwise I would be totally obsolete myself); it must have been a much much more older build than that which you were referring to!! (Or alternatively the build had a bug.) I was just trying to say, that as long as I can remember, I've never encountered a version which was critical with respect to the videofile's extention. (But - of course - it has never been on the top of my list to test BSPlayer-versions on that feature; it is just one of those things which you run into accidentally (and then remember).)
What's more: the life expectancy of software is a wee bit shorter ( :lol: understatement!!) than that of the average human. So, to the contrary: I would probably consider you to be quite young!
:wink:
( http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=19793#19793 )

adicoto 26th June 2006 10:22 PM

No, I was reffering to an more ancient than 086.501 (wich is one of the best builds ever). Some like pre 0.8, (just made me think to look for one of my oldest CD that have BSPlayer on it). I am a BSPlayer's fan for a log time now :D
And about old-man, I did put a smile with my sentence, to be sure I am just kidding.


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