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Old 16th June 2002
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Default Plantage si usage du filtre audio DeDynamic

J'utilise BSP 0.85.484 sous XP, quand je choisis d'utiliser DeDynamic et que j'ouvre un film, j'ai une exception (EIUP:1D1C4E86 dans le module MMSwitch.ax (v 0.94B). Pour info DeDynamic marche bien chez moi avec PowerDivx, donc mes .ax ne sont pas en cause ?• priori.
J'aimerais vraiment que ca marche car souvent mes films ont un volume sonore un peu faible ..
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:? Yes, Morgan Media Switch do not work with BSPlayer an DeDynamic. It's the same under Win9x-WinMe, but who cares?

MMSwitch is designed for MS Media player, in order to handle 2 audio streams. BSPlayer don't need it.
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Thanks, I have unregistered MMswitch (regsvr32 /u mmswitch.ax) and now it works !
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Tatif j'ai cru comprendre que tu utilises quelques chose pour amplifier le son de tes divx. J'ai aussi des divx avec un son faible, peux-tu m'expliquer ce que tu utilises pour amplifier stp? Cela marche-t-il en temps r?©el ou bien faut-il r?©encoder le son dans le divx ? (super-lourd ?§a)

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Default Dedynamic filter

You can download it from this page on DivX Digest
Put it in your Windows\System directory and register it with the command (regsvr32 dedynamic.ax)
Or just drop it in Bsplayer\Filters directory and setup BSplay to use it (Ctrl-P and Audio tab)
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Default DeDynamic only for PCM ?

As far as I can see DeDynamic doesn't work with mp3 audio streams... How can I make mp3 audio streams more loud ?

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Of course it does! But I did never try with pcm.

The hardest in fact was for me to find on which audio device to link with!
Whith modem, PCTV and software emulations, BSPlayer lists 13 possibilities. The only one that works is (Default).
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Ok thanks for the information :D
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