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Old 6th March 2005
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Hi everyone!

I have this problem for months, and can't figure it out what could cause it.
I'm using Elecard video decoder & Moonlight audio codec for MPEG2 files. For these files when I switch to full-screen, the audio becomes strange, it is mosty disturbing in vocals. The processor runs about az 70%. With mplayer2 and the same codecs everything is cool. So I guess it is Bsplayer related. If I remove the Moonlight audio decoder, the situation is ever worse.
Does anyone have an idea?
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What properties does the audio part have ? Options->filters->moonlight odio dekoda and there you have the frequency, bitrate and stream type (mp3, ac3, lpcm).
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MPEG1 layer2 192 kbit/s, joint stereo. (I have these videos recorded from DVB-S, they play perfectly on mplayer2, but I hate that program) I tried to use other audio codecs, but if I remove the Moonlight Odio filter, the default codec will be the MPEG audio decoder, no matter what other filter I register.
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After a lot of speculations I could solve the problem: I changed the sound card's driver, and now it's gone! :))
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