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Ernest 24th May 2009 04:23 PM

m2ts / Runtime Error
 
Trying to run a "m2ts" video-file with
BS.Player 2.40 Build 996
I get this error message:

"Runtime Error!
Program: C:\ ... \bsplayer. exe
This application has requested the Runtime
to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's support
team for more information."

Other file-types (e.g. "mpg") run without problems

System: WinXP, lots of free memory (~1GB).

Thanks in advance for any help!

adicoto 24th May 2009 04:28 PM

Could you post a link to such a file (to test) ?
m2TS it's a transport stream file and usually requieres a splitter that support such files.

Ernest 24th May 2009 05:58 PM

"---.m2ts" is what you get when you bring the video-files from a AVCHD camcorder
(here Panasonic HDC-SD300) to your computer.
The software delivered with the camcorder is rather awful.

adicoto 25th May 2009 08:57 AM

So, could you make a short film (5-10 secs) and upload it to a filesharing site ?

Ernest 25th May 2009 01:15 PM

m2ts - sample
 
OK: under
http://www.mediafire.com/file/3okyqj...1_184110].m2ts
you find such a file. (20 sec before the beginning of a TT-Match)
Sorry, it's 40 MB because the trouble begins with files
that play more than 10 seconds. (2MB/sec - it's HD!)
Some do not start at all
others stop at ca. 10 sec.
FFDshow is installed !!!

Again: many thanks for help!!!

Ico-man 25th May 2009 01:30 PM

Can you also provide CPU and GPU data on your pc? Also, do you have ffdshow installed with internal "codecmanager.exe" found in BS.Player's folder?

Ernest 25th May 2009 06:46 PM

WinXP-Home V2002, SP 2
Intel Pentium 4, 3.00 GHz
RAM 3 GB (0.5 GB occupied by graphic card?)
NVIDIA GeForce 6800


I could not find "codecmanager.exe"
neither
nor on my disk at all

Within the BS.Player-Installation
there is a subdirectory "FFDShow"
with a lot of ff_---.dll

Where can I find a short tutorial
about all the Vido- / Codec-related terms?

Ico-man 26th May 2009 09:54 AM

I am sorry - in 2.40 and previous BS.Player versions it was named "bspcodecdl.exe".

We beleive that the reason for this problem is inadequate hardware (specifically CPU). This file plays ok on Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.6GHz, while on Pentium 4 2.8GHz it cannot be displayed correctly (video freezes, audio is choppy...). Another reason may be that ffdshow only supports single CPU core, maybe this will be fixed with future ffdshow updates.

adicoto 26th May 2009 10:43 AM

Codecs, filters used ?

Ernest 26th May 2009 07:27 PM

Even after a new installation of the latest FFDSHOW (20090515)
"bspcodecdl.exe" criticized an outdated version.

Anyway thank you very much for help!

One last question:
where can I find a comprehensive overview / glossary
for all these Video- / Codec-related terms ?

BSPeter 26th May 2009 10:01 PM

Some posts concerning codecs/filters:
http://www.davidsaber.com/resources/codecsfaq/
http://bsplayer.com/en/bs.player/product/f.a.q_help/?faq=29#faq_2
http://forum.bsplayer.com/showthread.php?t=2939

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 37442)
Codecs, filters used ?

adicoto is an expert with respect to codecs on these pages.
To find out which codecs/filters are actually used by BS.Player for playback of a certain file:
load the file (you need not play it). Then ...
... rightclick > Options > Filters > Advanced > (you can also click on the [+]-es shown to see more info).
:wink:

Ico-man 27th May 2009 07:18 AM

"Even after a new installation of the latest FFDSHOW (20090515)
"bspcodecdl.exe" criticized an outdated version." If i understand you correctly, you ran bspcodecdl, installed latest version of ffdshow (FROM bspcodecdl), restarted bspcodecdl and it still reports outdated version of ffdshow?
If this is the case, you might not have the permissions needed to write in that folder, usually Documents and Settings/... and you need to run bspcodecdl from administrator user account.

Ernest 28th May 2009 11:19 PM

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To BSPeter:

... rightclick > Options > Filters > Advanced:

MainConcept (Consumer) AVC/H.264 Video Decoder
Location: C:\Programme\Gemeinsame Dateien\MAGIX Shared\MCMP4V7\
mcstdavcvd.ax, Size: 238832 bytes, Version 7.5.0.27713
CompanyName: MainConcept AG
FileDescription: AVC/H.264 Video Decoder
FileVersion: 7.5.0.27713 2008-03-20
InternalName: mcstdavcvd
LegalCopyright: Copyright© MainConcept AG 2008
LegalTradeMarks: Copyright© MainConcept AG 2008
OriginalFilename: mcstdavcvd.ax
ProductName: MainConcept (Consumer)® AVC/H.264 Video Decoder
ProductVersion: 7.5.0
Comments: official release build

Is that the information?
Wonder why it comes from MAGIX
MAGIX can work(convert) with those files.

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To Ico-man:

you understand correctly.
I am the administrator, the one and only user on this machine.
The installation run with out any problem/notice.

What did I wrong?

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Ico-man 1st June 2009 09:37 AM

Can you post screenshot with the codec list from codec manager?

Ernest 2nd June 2009 10:56 PM

1 Attachment(s)
Hope you can read the screenshot!

Ernest 2nd June 2009 11:03 PM

1 Attachment(s)
Hope, this screenshot is better.


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