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yoavkar 16th September 2004 05:03 PM

bsplayer crashes
 
1 Attachment(s)
playing the attached avi cause bsplayer to crashes

bst 16th September 2004 08:30 PM

It seems it's DivX decoder fault, it crashes every player, try to use XviD decoder or ffdshow.

Garet_Jax 16th September 2004 10:09 PM

It does not crash on my computer.
I'm using DivX 5.2.1 Pro to decode.

adicoto 17th September 2004 03:56 AM

Here plays ok. Using DivX 5.21 also. But BSPlayer say in video info that is an XviD movie. Strange thing ! Because I do have XviD installed on my computer, 1.02 last build by Koepi and the file is indeed XviD, reported also by VirtualDub.

Garet_Jax 17th September 2004 07:04 AM

The video codec used is:

codec: DIVX/xvid
name: DivX 4 (OpenDivX)
it uses quarter pixel, and gmc

since GSpot can tell that, maybe BSplayer should also identify this codec as DivX 4 (OpenDivX) not XVid?

adicoto 17th September 2004 05:52 PM

I don't know about Gspot, but VirtualDub never failed me. So I give him the credit and consider the file XviD.

Garet_Jax 17th September 2004 07:39 PM

if you look at VDub Avi information, then you will see the same information as in GSpot. Only the decompressor is XVid, but codec is OpenDivX. Trust me :wink:

yoavkar 18th September 2004 04:02 AM

Just to complete my report:
I used bsplayer 1.02 with XviD-1.0.2-29082004
Only bsplayer carshes, windows media player and some others does not crash.
After installing DivX Version 5.2.1 bsplayer is working fine.

gircobain 18th September 2004 03:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
I don't know about Gspot, but VirtualDub never failed me. So I give him the credit and consider the file XviD.

VirtualDub will load the first compatible vfw decoder available to decode the file
Having it say XviD in the info panel doesn't mean necessarily that the file was encoded with XviD, yet it is being decoded with XviD


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