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Old 19th August 2002
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I Really cant run movies in BSPlayer.. Div3 problem.. i have tried everything.. REinstall Divx codecs... Installed Nimo or Nico or something Codecs, installed Divx 3.11 and then 5.02 but NOTHING Works.. I Really need BSPlayer for my Subtitles.. And btw the movies arent Corupted or something.. cuz 1 movie i checked be4 i burned and then after i burned BSPlayer stopped working
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Hi there.

Some ideas for you:
- can you watch the movie with Windows Media Player?
If not, then the movie IS corrupted even if you think it's not.
Fix it using VirtualDub (get it free at www.virtualdub.org)

- did you try reinstalling DirectX 8.1 ? get it from www.windowsupdate.com

- are you really using the newest version of BSplayer (0.85 build 490)?

Hope this helps.

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If you use divx 3.11 codec make sure to adjust brightness in the corresponding bsplayer settings tab; a firend of mine had always a black picture because bsplayer overrode the codecs settings with his own (which were stupidly enough all set to zero by default...). Alternatively you should make sure that "don´t load divx settings" in the options is checked.
Next you could try to set the divx4/5 codec definitely to play your div3 files by selecting "use div4(5) decoder for..." in the video tab.
If this doesn´t help uninstall all other codecs and install ffdshow (http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/f...7.exe?download); it is an all in one codec (even plays xvid) and should solve your problem.
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