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Old 28th August 2004
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Default Unknown File Format()

BSplayer one day when I was trying to play an .ogm popped up "Unknown File Format()".
"BSplayer v1.00.810, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004D92C1
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 004D92C1 in module 'bsplayer.exe'. Write of address 0000000C
EAccessViolation
, 0x0054149F, 0x0054169D, 0x0045554B, 0x0044C896, 0x77E11EF0, 0x77E13D1E, 0x77E16E9B, 0x717521F0,

Bytes at EIP: FF 43 0C 8B 53 0C C1 E2 03 8D 14 92 8D 43 10 E8 07 95 "

The thing is that the video still plays, do you guys know what's wrong?
I also got an Unknown File Format(div3) when playing avi.
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Default Re: Unknown File Format()

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Originally Posted by anime_file
I also got an Unknown File Format(div3) when playing avi.
div3: see this post

(Unfortunately I've no experience with .ogm)
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This is only one file .ogm type that generate this error or all .ogm files do the same ? If all files do the same then you don't have support for ogm playing. Install an .ogm directshow filter:

http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=3042
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all ogm's have this problem, but I already installed the filter, and it use to work before. Like I said, the video plays, but the popup appears.
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1. The files are encoded with DivX ? Div3 or Div5 ? Try to open a file encoded with DivX, go to Options->filters->DivX decoder filter->Quality settings and enable support for generic MPEG 4. This way DivX 5.2 decoder will decode also DivX 3 movies, or install DivX 3.11. Let us know if this solved the problem.
2. If the files are encoded with XviD try to update the XviD decoder or do as mentioned above and DivX 5.2 will do the decoding for XviD also.
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