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_hunter 16th May 2008 11:29 PM

VSFilter + latest version = problem
 
Greetings...

Recently I've installed BSP's latest version and for my surprise there was no VSFilter in codecs list (I'm pretty shure that it was there in prev. version (it wasn't working, but it was there))... "Allow intermediate filters" & "Enable advanced graph building" both checked.
(Same results either on .avi and .mkv files)

Best regards...

BSPeter 24th May 2008 09:00 PM

BS.Player official installation executive doesn't install (or uninstall for that matter) any codecs/filters. It uses the filters/codecs present (seperately installed) on your PC.
Did you maybe download and install BS.Player from other sources than BS.Player's own official website, perhaps packaged together with other stuff?
:wink:

_hunter 26th May 2008 11:53 AM

But those filters wasn't uninstalled -- I can see subtitles in WMP. By some reason BSP doesn't "see" it...

_hunter 8th June 2008 08:34 PM

Update:

I've downloaded Zoom Player recently. As You can see it "can see" DirectVobSub and I can see subtitles. On the same movie (at the same time) BS.player loaded allmost the same codecs, except DirectVobSub, and I can't see any subtitles...

http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/5d99886dd4.jpg

_hunter 17th June 2008 10:06 AM

any ideas/suggestions?

Ico-man 17th June 2008 10:37 AM

BS.Playa
 
BS.Player has integrated VobSub support, and it does not need VSFilter installed. If you do not want to use BS.Player's internal VobSub filter, then you have to check option "Disable VobSub support" and external VSFilter will be loaded.

Can you send us a sample so we can test it (might be a bug)?

_hunter 17th June 2008 11:18 AM

Ok. I'll try to disable BS.player's VobSub.

Quote:

Can you send us a sample so we can test it (might be a bug)?
This behaviour reproducible on any (My) .avi/.mkv file. So I think this is not decoder's/splitter's problem...

Ico-man 17th June 2008 11:33 AM

BS.Player video player
 
We didn't say it is a splitter/decoder problem.

To give you a definitive answer we need any small sample of the video that does not display vobsubs properly.

_hunter 17th June 2008 04:43 PM

ok. I'll find some example movie.


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