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Old 8th July 2004
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Hi,

I shame to ask this but....

I just can't figure out how can I remove those green info (Current frame, cpu load, input size, output size) texts on upper left corner?????
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You must disable OSD. Read this thread.
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You must disable OSD. Read this thread.
It didn't work :( In addition to other thread, those green text are shown all the time, not only at the beginnig of a movie.
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You must disable OSD. Read this thread.
So, is this only tip? Is it so that disabling OSD should work? I don't want to change to another player because BSPlayer is very good but I can't see any other choice if those text are shown all the time :(
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Default Re: Get rid off green text (Current frame, CPU Load...)

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how can I remove those green info (Current frame, cpu load, input size, output size) texts on upper left corner?????
Are you sure these text isn't "burned" into the movie itself?
I've never seen such textmessages as mentioned by you by BSPlayer. Maybe it is generated by another program running in parallel? Did you perhaps install a codec pack? If so, check what programs it contains which could give such messages. (General advice: don't use codec packs!)
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how can I remove those green info (Current frame, cpu load, input size, output size) texts on upper left corner?????
Are you sure these text isn't "burned" into the movie itself?
I've never seen such textmessages as mentioned by you by BSPlayer. Maybe it is generated by another program running in parallel? Did you perhaps install a codec pack? If so, check what programs it contains which could give such messages. (General advice: don't use codec packs!)
Definitely not burned in movies :)

But the other one sounds like to be very promising tip. I think that ffdshow is the only one I've been recently updated so I've to check it as soon I'll be at home. Thank you!
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Maybe it is generated by another program running in parallel?
Case closed, ffdshown OSD was the guilty one. Thank You Peter and keep up good work :D
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Glad I could contribute to solve your problem!
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