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hazmat42 4th June 2004 06:15 AM

How to enable intervideo audio options for a standalone BSCD
 
When I created a standalone CD for playing movies without installing BSplayer or codecs (check out this excellent post: http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=3826), I noticed that I couldn't use BSPlayer's native intervideo audio options (right-click>options>preferences>intervideo AC3). The intervideo audio decoder was stuck on the last option I had chosen before I had copied it to
CD.

To enable these option, you need to register the decoder, and can do so with the following .bat file:

if "%OS%" == "Windows_NT" goto OSNT
%windir%\system\regsvr32 iviaudio.ax
goto end
:OSNT
%windir%\system32\regsvr32 iviaudio.ax
:end


unregister with:

if "%OS%" == "Windows_NT" goto OSNT
%windir%\system\regsvr32 /u iviaudio.ax
goto end
:OSNT
%windir%\system32\regsvr32 /u iviaudio.ax
:end


So now, if you have a 5.1 soundcard, you can enable your speakers or SPDIF passthrough to a home theater system

Adios

DragonFighter 5th June 2004 02:53 PM

You don' t have to do manually that procedure :D (I'm talking about making standalone cds - no codec-player installation needed).
You can use HWmaker v2.0F instead, which supports BSplayer v0.8x and v1.00, Media Player Classic and the filters below:

Video: DivX, XviD, FFdshow, Matroska, Ogg Vorbis, RealMedia

Audio: Mp3, Ac3, Aac, Ogg

:wink:

hazmat42 6th June 2004 12:18 AM

I just wanted to post this for people making their own standalone CDs without using someone elses program. I've been making my own standalones using CD Autorun because I like to include lots of text extras, links, and tutorials on my CDs. Although I have to admit, I should give your program a try since I have been having trouble getting them to work in Win98. You actually responded to my post on this subject:

http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=4859

Anyway, I can't recall the post, but I remember you telling someone else about how your program solves the "Win98/WinME" problem. Can you give me any insight on how you did that? Win98 doesn't want to load my .bsi files, nor will it recognize my .ini files.

thanks

hazmat42 6th June 2004 12:32 AM

BTW, I found the post I referred to earlier:

http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic....hlight=autorun

...and you had this to say:

Quote:

Originally Posted by HackerWerger
Syntix if you use HW BSplayer Autorun, please download the new version 1.520, which fixes the windows9x/me problem. :D

Can you explain why you need a fix for Win98/WinME?

thanks


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