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rüttel 15th November 2005 06:26 PM

Crash after installing DivX 6
 
Dear forum,

I'm using BSPlayer version 1.36 Build 825 from 5th September 2005 on a Windows XP SP2 machine.

I have a avi file encoded in xvid. If I don't have divx 6 installed (but 5.21) the xvid files playes without any problems. If I install divx 6 and now play the xvid file divx takes over the control and plays the file. So I went to the option "divx codec" -> "service program for configuring the decoder". There I remove the checkbox from the option "decoder" -> "support decoding mpeg 4 video files". Playing the divx file after that the BSPlayer crashes:

BSplayer v1.36.825, Unhandled exception at EIP: 0040643A
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
If you have internet connection, it's recommended to send error report, this will help us solve problems faster.
Access violation at address 0040643A in module 'bsplayer.exe'. Read of address 00000001
EAccessViolation
Call stack: 00000000,0040643A,0040367F,004FA216,00507FEE,00508 0CA,00516D7B,00513E31,00515AAA,00517FB8,00570D68,0 0569736,00437819,0044FC36,004D364C,00439EDC,0044CE 54,004D47A9,004D4320,0044CE54,0045581B,0058C2B1

If I let GSpot render the file the correct decoder (xvid decoder) is used. I can choose different xvid files, but they all crash BSPlayer. Playing divx files works without any problems.

Is this a known bug?


Regards,

rüttel

adicoto 15th November 2005 08:36 PM

I am not sure, but at the time DivX 6 was launched i noticed the same thing, that's why I've downgraded to 5.21. Haven't tested yet last build, 6.011 or something.

http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?t=6803&start=0

rüttel 16th November 2005 06:38 PM

I think I have a clue for the crash.

I have two xvid files. The first plays well, the second crashes BSPlayer. The only difference between the two is the number of audio channels.

Plays well: xvid with one audio file (mp3 or ac3)

Crashes BSPlayer: xvid with two audio files (ac3)

I hope this helps to solve the problem.

rüttel 7th December 2005 11:21 PM

The crash happens with two mp3 audio files, too.


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