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alien51 17th December 2007 02:42 AM

Crashing with MPG files
 
Is it Ok to ask questions regarding v1.36? Didn't see any warning so here goes...

BSplayer 1.36 build 825 is crashing when opening certain .MPG/.MPEG files. The message is
Quote:

BSplayer v1.36.825, Unhandled exception at EIP: 747F3897
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
If you have internet connection, it's recommended to send error report, this will help us solve problems faster.
Invalid floating point operation
EInvalidOp
Call stack: 00000000,747F3897,0040367F,00513ACE,00513E4E,00515 AAA,00517FB8,00570D68,00569736,00437819,0044FC36,0 04D364C,00439EDC,0044CE54,004D47A9,004D4320,0044CE 54,0045581B,0058C2B1
Gspot shows that only files with codec MPEG-1 crash; files with codec MP43 (S-Mpeg 4 version 3) do not crash.

I have ffdshow installed (rev 1685, from this week's release) and I can play the troublesome files with WMP11.

What could be the matter here?

adicoto 17th December 2007 05:45 AM

MS-MPEG 4v3 and MPEG1 are 2 totally different things. I asume ffdshow it's used to decode all video formats. But what about audio codecs ? Wich filters do you use ? Still ffdshow ?

alien51 17th December 2007 10:59 AM

During the installation, I selected ALL formats to be handled by ffdshow, including audio codecs (MP1, MP2, etc).

Following your hint I inspected audio codecs for the faulty files and they are MPEG-1 layer 2 (which is enabled in ffdshow). In the video files BSplayer doesn't crash they are WMA v2.

adicoto 17th December 2007 04:18 PM

I would suggest to install an alternate MPEG decoder, such as Elecard (moonlight odio dekoda), or just disable ffdshow for MPEG audio.

alien51 17th December 2007 06:44 PM

It worked!

Disabling the audio codec had no effect but disabling the MPEG video codecs got things back to normal. Strangely, when I enabled the codecs again it worked without crashing!

Thanks, I'll keep this in mind if things go bonkers again.


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