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OpT1mUs 9th September 2008 04:59 AM

Bs Player playback problem (weird)
Hello all,

im experiencing a super-strange problem the last days and im not sure whats going on.

some video files (*avi - 4cc:xvid , 4cc:divx) , while they are fully playable from gom-player , videolan and even windows media player , make bsplayer crashes with a message "There was problem sending the command to the program".

How ? When i double-click these files (bsplayer is my default player) bsplayer crashes imediatelly. But check this out , when bsplayer is already open , and drag and drop them inside the player , then the playback starts without any problem. Huh ?

adicoto 9th September 2008 05:20 AM

Wich version of BSPlayer do you use ?
When the file play, can you tell us wich filters are used ? (rightclick->options->filters)

OpT1mUs 10th September 2008 01:38 AM

I use the latest version.
For some reason reinstalling codecs resolved the issue.

Now I have another one :D Is main video window supposed to leave trail?
I can't remember was it like that before...

Tizio 10th September 2008 05:38 PM

Trails on the desktop or in the movie scenes?
If it leaves trails on the desktop it's probably Windows fault
If it leaves trails in the movie scenes, try to change rendering mode (CTRL+P -> Video -> Video rendering)

OpT1mUs 11th September 2008 03:09 AM

Trails on desktop, but the intensity changes depending of video rendering mode...

Is there a solution for them to disappear?

Tizio 11th September 2008 11:26 AM

I don't really know, maybe updating the video drivers, or maybe by changing some Windows settings, or maybe... I don't know :oops:

adicoto 11th September 2008 01:30 PM

Desktop settings ?
By any chance did you updated the video driver ?

OpT1mUs 14th September 2008 08:05 PM

I updated the video drivers to the last version and I still have the same problem.

I don't know what's causing it and it's very frustrating...
Any ideas?

adicoto 15th September 2008 05:11 AM


Originally Posted by adicoto
Desktop settings ?
By any chance did you updated the video driver ?

Windows XP or Vista ?

OpT1mUs 15th September 2008 05:19 PM

Xp, here's the screenshot how it looks like when i move main bs player window quickly across desktop:

I reinstalled codecs, video driver, scanned for viruses, spyware, ran 3dmark (so i could see is g. card making a problem, it is not, works fine)

I really have no ideas left...

adicoto 15th September 2008 05:35 PM

Still, my question abot desktop settings (resolution and bit depth)

OpT1mUs 15th September 2008 05:46 PM

1680*1050, 32 bit

adicoto 15th September 2008 07:21 PM

Can you try to decrease desktop resolution ?

OpT1mUs 15th September 2008 07:28 PM

No disrespect intended, but how would that help? Even if it works, I would like it work on the native resolution...

adicoto 16th September 2008 05:09 AM

Sometimes video drivers fail at such resolution to use the video memory. Your LCD can work at a lower resolution for 10 seconds, there is no problem in that (it can work forever at a lower resolution), so you can test if this is related on not to the video card.

codder 15th January 2010 12:19 AM

i know the cause:
i have a usb external hard drive.
in the process-adding a flash,the letters on the drive got mixed up:
primary active partition was J
secondary logical partition was I
OPEN FILE BY BSPLAYER,and "there was a problem sending command to the program" at exiting.
after straightening the order:primary: H,secondary:I

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