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fanta 11th June 2005 08:34 PM

no video, shocking screen
 
hi,

can someone help me i am trying to watch a movie with subtitels.

I have the newest version of the bsplayer a 1ghz processor/256mb and the problem is that i don't the video right my screen is white only in rgb mode the colors are right but the speed of the movie is too slow and shocks and later it chrashes. i tried the option vrm-9 but he says no directx 9+ but that is installed too.

can someone help me.

greetz,

fanta

BSPeter 11th June 2005 09:25 PM

Not too much info to go from!
Perhaps you should update your codec?
Please read my Help2Help post (a.k.a. "READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING") (especially the items 1 to 4 and item 9).
:wink:

fanta 11th June 2005 09:36 PM

just installed( a hour ago) all the codecs (divx. xvid & ac3) so there up-to-date. and yes i have read the entire help2help and tried it all but didn't work. tried different kinds of video rendering options.

greetz,

Jon Paul

adicoto 12th June 2005 08:14 AM

If you have an on-board video adapter try to check rgb AND overlay mode 1. SOmetimes worked this way.

fanta 12th June 2005 11:22 AM

super thanx!!!

if i put it on rgb overlay 16(5:5:5) it works great thanx man

mhanor 12th June 2005 01:59 PM

if you have an onboard video card and if you want to take advantage of YUV/YV overlays, set the video memory to at least 8MB and leave only overlay 1 selected (unselect RGB options)

make sure you have the latest video drivers available

I don't guarantee that it will work, it depends on the video card, video drivers, available video memory

adicoto 12th June 2005 03:38 PM

Some video adapters (on-board), don't work only with the both options selected. I've seen it mostly on VIA(S3) based cards. No matter how much memory you alocate from BIOS to the video adapter.


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