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Milo_Mindbender 9th March 2004 08:27 AM

OGM playing error
 
Hi, I'm trying to play OGM video files and get the following error:

BSPlayer v1.00.807, Unhandled exception at EIP: 00495DE5
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 00495DE5 in module 'bsplay.exe'. Write of address 00000010
EAccessViolation
, 0x004E9B4B, 0x004E9D49, 0x004535B3, 0x0044A8FE, 0x77D43A50, 0x77D43B1F, 0x77D43D79, 0x77D44374, 0x004EAC88, 0x77E814C7

Bytes at EIP: FF 43 10 8B 53 10 C1 E2 02 8D 14 D2 8D 43 14 E8 7B C9

I think I have all the required codecs for this, but am not sure.

I've got divX 511, ffdshow, Empgdec20, oggds00995 and AC3filter 0.68 loaded up but no dice, what could I be missing?

Milo_Mindbender 10th March 2004 08:10 AM

According to GSPOT the file's audio format is code 0x674f or WAVE_FORMAT_OGG_VORBIS_1

But I already have oggds00995 installed and I don't see any other Ogg codecs on the list...what am I missing??

Doc Justice 10th March 2004 02:16 PM

I think I have the same problem..

BSPlayer v1.00.807, Unhandled exception at EIP: 00411C52
List index out of bounds (4)
EListError
, 0x004E9B4B, 0x004E9D49, 0x004535B3, 0x0044A8FE, 0x77E2A2D0, 0x77E06B21, 0x77E15010, 0x717521F0, 0x7175276F, 0x71752574, 0x7172C11B, 0x7175276F, 0x71752643, 0x77E2A2D0, 0x77E045E5, 0x77E05B51, 0x004EAC88, 0x77E987E7

Bytes at EIP: 8B 43 04 8B 04 B0 5E 5B C3 90 8B 50 0C 83 FA 40 7E 0E

on opening an OGM file.

GSPOT claims I don't have "ogg_vorbis_1 (0x674f) Ogg Vorbis" installed, althought it is included in the codec pack I use - and just to be sure, I re-installed OggDS0.9.9.5 over it.

Anyway in GSPOT the rendering is successful
Video (S) --> Ogg Splitter --> XviD MPEG-4 Video Decoder --> Subtitle Mixer --> (R)
Audio (S) --> Ogg Splitter --> Vorbis Decoder --> MatrixMixer --> (R)

I can play the file in any other player (winamp, mcp, wmp), even switch between the two audio streams.

Quietseb 10th March 2004 10:36 PM

It seems recent version(s) of bsplayer has trouble with OGM + multiple tracks...
http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=4241

ernopetteri 14th March 2004 12:39 AM

Or it could just be that u have a subtitle file in same directory and with same name than movie.

I can't believe something this simple is not fixed yet.

When u have movie.ogm file and movie.sub file, result = Crash.

see this topic: http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=3343

Doc Justice 16th March 2004 07:15 PM

You're right. Copied the file on my hard drive without the subtitles, and that way it works. Thank you and.. I hope it will be fixed someday.

Doc Justice 16th March 2004 07:26 PM

unchecking options>preferences>subtitles>"Auto load any subtitles in current directory" avoids the crash.

Sol-Badguy 20th April 2004 08:51 PM

That is one seriously wierd error. Hope they take this stuff into account for the next version........

adicoto 20th April 2004 10:01 PM

Have you tryied the build 808, from download page, nightly builds ?


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