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Old 3rd September 2006
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Default Problem openning movies with hebrew name from CD !

Hi,
Bsplayer 2.11 won't open a files with hebrew name from a CD.
When i copy the movie to the HD, it's working fine.

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Default Re: Problem openning movies with hebrew name from CD !

Use only basic Latin alphanumeric characters in filenames. You will come across non-Unicode software (or file systems) in the future, for example, when recovering data using a boot CD. By creating filenames containing special characters you risk losing data!
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Default Well, That's hardly a solution !

I don't expect full hebrew support, but at least to be able to open a movie.
While windows is fully support hebrew, thats doesn't seems to be a problem for a media player.

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Default Re: Problem openning movies with hebrew name from CD !

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Hi,
Bsplayer 2.11 won't open a files with hebrew name from a CD.
When i copy the movie to the HD, it's working fine.
It doesn't concern mpeg1 or 2 movies by any chance whilst using ffdshow?
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The alpha version also includes experimental playback for MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 files (such as VCD and SVCD movies), which works pretty damn well. Only problem is that MPEG-2 playback can't play the SVCD clips directly from the CD, but requires the video to be extracted to the HDD by using VCDGear first.
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No, it doesn't.
It's every video file with hebrew name, but i do work sometimes with ffdshow, but i don't think it's the problem.

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