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Old 13th October 2002
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Default Problems with Capture Frame -> "What you see"

Yeah that's right
I got a PixelView GeForce 2 MX400 64 MB on WinXP (if that has anything to do with) and the program runs fine, but...
When I try to capture a frame (doesn't matter if it's a DivX AVI or MPEG), if I use the option "Capture frame -> original size" it works fine and captures the original size...
Now when I use "Capture frame -> What you see", instead of capturing the video's current size (Fullscreen for example, I even tried dragging the video's window), it captures the original size instead.
The only time it worked and that I could get a fullscreen frame captured was when I opened a video and BSplayer reported a sort of Overlay error, but the video would run just fine and so did the "Capture frame -> What you see", but it only happened once.
How can I get that option to work correctly?

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Me again
Now I'm getting the following message whenever I try to open a DivX movie:
"BSPlayer v0.85.488, Unhandled exception at EIP: 1D1C4E86
Application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 1D1C4E86 in module 'MMSwitch.ax'. Read of address 00000000
EAccessViolation
, 0x004B289F, 0x004B2B01, 0x004520AF, 0x0044971A, 0x77D23A5F, 0x77D23B2E, 0x77D23D6A, 0x77D241FD, 0x004C382F, 0x77E6EB69"

Oh well.. can anyone help?
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You have a conflict with the Morgan Switch. It's a filter that enable the selection of audio stream in Windows Media Player. BSPlayer doesn't need it, and used to conflict with old versions.

2 solutions:
- Remove or just unregister the Morgan Switch 'MMSwitch.ax' that should be located in your %windir%\system directory, using:
REGSVR32.EXE /u "MMSwitch.ax"

- Upgrade MMSwith to latest version.
For testing purpose I've just reactivated mine which is in V0.96B. It works just fine in windows mplayer2, and don't conflict when running BSPlayer.
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