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ronnieunknown 17th March 2005 11:07 AM

Bug!: Playback stops when navigation-slider reaches the end.
 
When playing (mpg) files that are currently in creation, BSplayer stops when the navigation-slider reaches the end. (see this topic: http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=6439

Can this be solved?

ronnieunknown 28th March 2005 01:44 PM

Without this being fixed, this player is useless for me. (playback files that are still being recorded, was the only advantage for me regarding to PowerDVD)

adicoto 28th March 2005 04:20 PM

Do you have the repeat all function enabled ? This, when reaching the end of file, iti will start again from the beginning and play until end of new file, isn't it ?

ronnieunknown 28th March 2005 11:41 PM

Quote:

Do you have the repeat all function enabled ?
I'm only playing 1 file that is still in creation (recording). edit: It's no use to watch the beginning of that file again, or navigate to the last viewed scene over and over again. I just want to watch the file at one go, right till the end. end edit

When I start playing the file, BSplayer detects the current file-size with its current playtime. So when the navigation slider reaches the end of the previous detected playtime, the player stops, in spite of the fact that the file-size (playtime) has increased in the meantime. (so the player should go on playing the file)edit: (like Windows Mediaplayer does, when it is playing an mp3 song wich is still downloading)(when this navigation-slider reaches the end, this player just keeps on playing)(unfortunately Mediaplayer can't playback videofiles wich are in use or creation) end edit

edit: Can the software developers fix this bug? end edit

ronnieunknown 10th April 2005 01:07 AM

Does anyone know, if the software-developers read this forum?

Tizio 12th April 2005 10:14 AM

AFAIK they read this forum's posts...
I don't know if they read ALL the posts, but I guess yes..

The problem is that they don't reply so often. :wink:


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