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tuli 23rd August 2010 06:13 PM

(.Avi) no but (.Divx) yes
If I open any movie with extension (. Avi), Bsplayer tells me "Can not open file." But if the renamed as (. Divx) are played perfectly.

What will be the problem.



adicoto 23rd August 2010 10:23 PM

What's the version of BSPlayer you are using ?
That is happening with every .AVI file or just some of them.
There was a time when you could fool BSPlayer by changing extension, so it wouldn't acces the right splitter (an MPEG file renamed as .AVI didn't worked anymore). Maybe this is the same case here, and the only way to call for the correct splitter and decoding filter is to rename to .DIVX. So, either you are using a very old build of BSPlayer, or your splitter is messed up. Reinstalling the avi splitter, or installing another one (like Haali) should fix this.

tuli 23rd August 2010 11:47 PM

It happens with both old and current versions.
With the latest codec is a seeker, and says he can not find it. But there are codecs.

Other players work fine.

It happens with all the (. Avi).

I have Haali for mkv and Bsplayer play them correctly.

What is the avi splitter?

Thank you for answering.

adicoto 24th August 2010 06:05 AM

Open an AVi file rightclick-> options -> filters and post here the filters used to decode the stream.
Usually (under winXP) the splitter is quartz.dll. Easiest way to fix it is to instal DirectX, a newe version.

tuli 24th August 2010 09:40 PM

I have reinstalled directX and the last version of Bsplayer Free and everything is back to work well.

Thanks adicoto.


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