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grozda 30th January 2003 01:03 AM

How to FLIP SCREEN in BS Player, all movies are flipped vert
 
All divX are fliped verticaly only in BS Player and cant find the way to flip it back.

In other players works ok.

Manao 30th January 2003 10:09 AM

Firstly, this means that your system has problem with overlay, so the first thing to do is to upgrade your video drivers and directx ( but I don't know if DX9 is working well or not, so you may want to stay at DX8.1 ).

If it doesn't work, and if you use FFDShow as playback filter ( you can get it here : http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/f...3.exe?download, and I strongly recommend it for playing mpeg4 video ), you can, in it configuration panel - section miscellaneous, check "flip video". It's a quick hack, but it works.

If you don't want to use this filter, go to the preference panel of BSPlayer, in the 'video' tab, and try to change some settings ( check / uncheck overlay, change overlay mode, try checking 'use old rendering mode'... )

And finally, I almost forgot, one thing that can invert your video is having another window that use overlay ( typically : PowerDVD, DVD2AVI, another player ). In this case, BSPlayer can't create a second overlay, and it may so show the video flipped vertically.

I can't help you more precisely, because I don't have such problems on my system.

bluedan 30th January 2003 10:30 AM

Better check this link for latest official version download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffdshow/.

version 202-12-13 is quite outdated

Manao 30th January 2003 10:40 AM

If I gave this link, it was because I could not manage to make work the 20020103 build. It has something to do with VC7 I think, but as the former build was working perfectly, I didn't search any further.

bluedan 30th January 2003 11:07 AM

Oh, well could be as I cannot remember so well.
It spits out an error message when running for the first time.
Write down the DLL name it's missing on your machine.
Let google search for it and download. Put into your sytem folder.
Restart app.
People that have already installed M$ .NET don't get this message.
8)

Manao 30th January 2003 11:19 AM

No, no, I already get this dll, I should have been more precised when I said it didn't work : the video was playing, but badly ( green bar with OGM + subs + xvid, slow playback ... ). The only way to get rid of the problem was to decode xvid with the xvid dshow filter instead of ffdshow. So I came back to another build, while waiting the next.


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