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adicoto 21st June 2005 09:41 PM

DivX 6 and BSplayer version 1.30 build 818
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by In 'General discussions' section neral
I am under WinXP SP2 with DivX 6 and BSplayer 1.30!

For DivX files, there is no problem

But when I open an Xivd file : I have this message error :

"Access violation at address 747B1F0C in module 'quartz.dll'. Read at address 00000020."

So the new BSplayer only works with DivX .......????

(the version 1.22 works with Divx AND xvid)

Quote:

Originally Posted by In response I
Same error here, but on any file DivX and XviD. Build 817 worked OK for me. Tuner functionality OK, as far as I can see.

Access violation at address 74841F0C in module 'quartz.dll'. Read of address 00000020.

Using DivX 6 and XviD 1.1 beta 2

Strange thing, when opening an XviD file, in systray you can see for a blink the DivX configuration utility, but in filter dialog there is XviD filter, as it should be.

Clearly there is something wrong in last build.

OS: WinXP SP2, all updates installed
DirectX: 9.0c
quartz.dll, Size: 1287680 bytes, Version 6.5.2600.2180

BST, any more information needed ? Just ask for them.

EDIT
Strange thing. Just encoded a file using DivX 6. BSPlayer plays it with no problem, no error at all.

BSPeter 21st June 2005 10:17 PM

Is maybe this post of any value in this connection?
:wink:

adicoto 21st June 2005 10:30 PM

Usually i disable support for MPEG4....., I like to use DIvX for DivX files and XviD for XviD files. I do the same thing when installing XviD codec.

adicoto 21st June 2005 10:48 PM

Reinstalled 818, DIvX 6, no XviD files played (but Mplayer2 plays it). But after reinstalling XviD 1.1.0 beta 2, I can play.......older DivX files, using....DIvX 6 decoder. Weird.

neral 21st June 2005 11:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Usually i disable support for MPEG4....., I like to use DIvX for DivX files and XviD for XviD files. I do the same thing when installing XviD codec.


same on my computer... and there is a bug: no doubt on it !!!

BSPeter 22nd June 2005 02:21 AM

The bug must be in the combination of BSPlayer 1.30 / 818 with DivX6 codec (and maybe WinXP?).
Just for your information: I've meanwhile tested (under WinMe) BSPlayer 1.30 / 818 with several video formats in combination with DivX5.2.1-codec, e.g.:
DivX6 (DXSB) 720x400 (with multiple audiostreams)
DivX5 (DX50) 1280x720
DivX4 (DXGM / Open DivX) 1024x464
DivX3 low motion (several)
DivX3 fast motion (several)
XviD (several)
both with MP3 and AC3 sound
and.... no problems whatsoever!
So the problem is really to be found in the combi of BSPlayer 1.30 / 818 with DivX6 codec (and maybe WinXP?).
:wink:
(Just my 2cts, hoping it may perhaps help a bit to find out what is going wrong)
P.S. There also seem to be some problems with VobSub? (not used by me)

neral 22nd June 2005 09:42 AM

i don't use vobsub, but i am under WinXP !

bst 22nd June 2005 10:29 AM

There was bug in 'advanced graph building mode' and there is also bug (feature ?) in divx decoder and in combination of this player crashed...
It's fixed now.

BSPeter 22nd June 2005 04:04 PM

Version 1.31 build 819 (22 Jun 2005) already made available
 
Wow .... how about fast bug-fixes?
New version 1.31 build 819 (22 Jun 2005) already made available!
News-page:
"fixed bug in 'advanced graph building mode', player crashed if DivX 6 was installed and 'Support decoding of Generic MPEG-4 video' in DivX decoder was disabled"
:D


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