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Haruka 8th November 2004 05:16 AM

Matroska "timing" problem
 
I have a problem with matroska files and BSPlayer. The problem comes up with builds 808 and 812(currently using) both.

I have several .mkv files I've tried playing with BSPlayer. The audio and video seem to work just fine. But the player apparently can't read the time code: it shows the file's length to be 00:00:00 / 00:00:00, and the scroll bar (which shows the file timeline) is "full" (ie. at the end of the file). Thus I can't skip around in the file, and have no way to see how much I've already watched and how much there's left.

Anybody familiar with the problem?

Edit: my brother just pointed out, that it seems the subtitles aren't working either.. So it seems to be a codec problem?

cz.petab 8th November 2004 12:36 PM

I had similar problem - not to be able to "scroll" in movie (but if I remember correctly it happened only for some - newer - movies). Upgrading to to latest mkv splitter solved it. (http://packs.matroska.org/). You can try upgrade (if you don't have latest) and see if it helps too.

Haruka 12th November 2004 12:39 PM

Ok, newest Matroska driver pack installed. Fixed the "scrolling" problem. Thank you.

The subtitles still seem to be missing, though :P

Haruka 12th November 2004 12:39 PM

Ok, newest Matroska driver pack installed. Fixed the "scrolling" problem. Thank you.

The subtitles still seem to be missing, though :P

cz.petab 15th November 2004 09:50 AM

Since you didn't mention in what format subtitles are (external or embedded; dvd .sub, txt .sub/.srt/.ssa) it's hard to give some meaningful advice. Try installing vobsub filter and see if it helps (but be aware you can get "double" subs - displayed by both BSPlayer and DirectVobSub - just try playing with options in DVS). I have to admit that I finally gave up on playing OGM/MKV with BSPlayer and I use MediaPlayerClassic for OGM/MKV and BSPlayer for AVI/MOV/MPG.


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