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Old 16th March 2009
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Default Real Bug for dx50 files

in the newer versions of bsplayer (since 2.26 i think), I verified that there is a bug with the dx50 codec. If I play a file with dx50 (divx 5.0.5 beta codec I think) and if I try to seek into the video in a specific point of this one, the seeking's system return to me a different point (always nearby to the chosen one but it's damned annoying). It should be a problem only with this codec but it's annoying that this situation doesn't show with other players or older versions of bsp (totally works on 2.24).

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Is there any chance that you have "seek to nearest keyframe" function on ?
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You can find this "Seek by keyframes (AVI and MKV files)" under
(rightclick => Options => Preferences => General => [General settings]
(this option is the one at the bottom).
You may have to pul the slidebar at the right down to see it.
Note in most recent version (BS.Player 2.36.990) this slidebar is only shown half, so you might easily miss it.
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