DVD playback bugs
The first two problems may be due to a busy processor, but I doubt it, because my processor never seems to be busy when this is happening.
The weird thing about this is, I haven't done anything that would cause any of this. It just randomly started one day, and I hadn't updated BSPlayer or changed any settings or anything.
One more thing: I can't get BSPlayer to not load subtitles. When I start a file, subtitles are always automatically on. This is really annoying. I unchecked the "automatically load subtitles" option in the subtitles menu, and I even checked "disable subtitles", but they still load. Help.
BSPlayer PRO ver 2.27 build 959 Feb. 27, XP SP2
Mhm.. and which codecs are used to decode your DVDs?
with the DVD playing, right-click on BSplayer, then select Options -> Filters -> Advanced, then list here all the filters in there (Video, Audio, Splitter, etc.)
Plus are you sure that subtitles are not displayed by an external app (VobSub for example)?
When DVD starts do you go to DVD menu and disable subtitles from there too?
ATM I can't test DVD playback since I have no DVDs here with me :P
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Like I said, I haven't changed anything. These are the same filters that were on back before I was having problems.
As for external applications...as far as I can tell, there aren't any applications running that would load subtitles when I play DVDs. Definitely not VobSub, I don't have that on my computer. Are there any other applications that could do that?
Also, if I disable the subtitles from the DVD menu, they still come up anyway.
As for the "next" button, it turns out that it does work, but not on the last chapter. This is odd. It worked on the last chapter with Star Trek dvds, but not with Arrested Development dvds. My guess is that it varies from DVD to DVD. Speaking of "next", if I ever hit "next chapter", or use the actual next button on the player, a DVD will boot me to the main menu, and a movie file will stop.