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gate1975mlm 13th January 2008 07:53 PM

Video rendering other then default causes display bug!
 
When using any Video rendering other then the Default Internal renderer overlay there is a display bug that I found.

It happens when playing a video at full screen. When you move your cursor to the bottom to bring up the BSplayer interface and then move the cursor across the buttons where the volume icon is the display for the volume and other buttons are blank at first. Its a little hard to explain I hope you know what I mean.

Can this be fixed?

BSPeter 13th January 2008 10:22 PM

Cannot reproduce. BS.Player-version? And especially: skin used?
:wink:

gate1975mlm 13th January 2008 10:40 PM

Its the new default BSplayer skin. And build 2.26 Build 256

I am running Vista.

BSPeter 14th January 2008 03:25 AM

Sorry! Anyone?
:wink:

gate1975mlm 14th January 2008 03:55 AM

I will try and take a picture of it with my camara tomorrow.

adicoto 14th January 2008 06:42 AM

It may be a Vista/BSplayer related issue. I don't have at the moment a machine running Vista, sorry :( .

gate1975mlm 11th February 2008 05:37 PM

Sorry it took so long but here is a photo of the issue I am talking about!

http://img46.imagevenue.com/loc813/t..._122_813lo.JPG


Again this happens when using any Video rendering other then the Default Internal renderer overlay.

Problem happens on Windows Vista with Default skin.

adicoto 11th February 2008 05:58 PM

I believe it's videocard's drivers fault.

gate1975mlm 11th February 2008 06:06 PM

"quote" I believe it's videocard's drivers fault.


I don't think that is true.

It does this with a Geforce 8600 GT and the ATI Radeon 3850. And also Intel on board video.

Tizio 11th February 2008 07:35 PM

And have you installed proper drivers for those cards or are you using microsoft drivers?

gate1975mlm 11th February 2008 07:53 PM

Yes I always use the latest drivers from Nvidia and ATI.


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