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Old 4th June 2004
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Default 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

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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

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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.

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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?

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