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Zelgadis_nailo 27th July 2005 12:06 AM

BSPlayer MKV Issue
 
Hello, I've encountered an issue with my BSPlayer, I was trying to get my MKV files to work with BSPlayer and when I was using Haali media splitter I would just get a very broken up sound, and no video at all, I have FDD installed. So when I went and installed the lazy man's MKV, they started working however one MKVs gives this error when I try to open it

BSplayer v1.32.820, Unhandled exception at EIP: 771EE91E
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 771EE91E in module 'OLE32.DLL'. Read of address 00000000
EAccessViolation
, 0x0055E60F, 0x0055E80D, 0x004554DF, 0x0044C82A, 0x77D67B5B, 0x77D6CE12, 0x77D45CC9, 0x77D45CE8, 0x004C5049, 0x0044C82A, 0x77D67B5B, 0x77D6CE12, 0x77D44435, 0x77D44D38, 0x005608F8, 0x77E962B6

Bytes at EIP: F3 A7 5F 0F 94 C0 5E C2 08 00 55 8B EC 83 EC 14 56 33


Any Ideas? I love BSPlayer and would like to continue using it to watch my anime.

~Zelgadis Nailo

yalooze 28th July 2005 09:14 AM

try going to 'preferences' > 'video' > 'video rendering' and changing the render mode. Usually changing from Overlay Mode 2 to 1 or vice-versa should do the trick.

vittorio301 31st August 2005 06:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by yalooze
try going to 'preferences' > 'video' > 'video rendering' and changing the render mode. Usually changing from Overlay Mode 2 to 1 or vice-versa should do the trick.

that didnt work..i also tried that: either way i get error message:

BSplayer v1.35.823, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004F753C
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.

and when i go to options>filters
i see : ffd show mpeg 4
ffdshow audio decoder
default direct sound device

flcl00 31st August 2005 05:59 PM

The problem is with haali media splitter. use the matroska splitter, that should work.

Twigglevitch III 3rd September 2005 06:07 PM

I'm having the exact same problem as Zelgadis_nailo (same error message, almost exactly). I am also using Lazy Man's MKV, which only uses the matroska splitter and not haali splitter. I only get this error for some mkv files, not all of them. I used to have DivX installed (redundant, I know. I used to use another player which required it), and after uninstalling I got this error with fewer mkv files, though it didn't completely solve the problem.

Thanks for the help.

Edit: I have also tried uninstalling Lazy Man's MKV and using the Matroska Pack Lite (which uses Haali Splitter), to no effect. I have since uninstalled Matroska Pack Lite and gone back to Lazy Man's MKV.

adicoto 4th September 2005 09:12 AM

The problem here is with FFDshow decoder. Try to uninstall it and install DivX and XviD decoders or,if you like FFdshow then update it.

gfh 5th September 2005 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
The problem here is with FFDshow decoder. Try to uninstall it and install DivX and XviD decoders or,if you like FFdshow then update it.

May be if I kick the computer then it will work good? :)

What's the stupid advice?
Why the ALL OTHER PLAYERS work fine with this versins of FFDShow and Haali Splitter? Why the previous version of BSPlayer (1.32 build 820) works without problems with this versions FFDShow and Haali?

It's problem not FFDShow or Haali - it's problem BSPlayer.


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