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Digiface 9th September 2006 01:10 PM

FFDShow information
 
Just want to say that newer versions of FFDShow crashes (at least on Divx 3 videos),when picture pixelizes. When it crash, it refers to libavcodec.dll. Same thing happens with BSPlayer and MPC. Crash is happened with two Divx 3 movies and with 2 newer versions of FFDShow (2006-08-21 and some other quite new). I installed version 2005-11-29 and now it don't crash anymore.

J7N 9th September 2006 05:38 PM

2006-08-03 works fine with DIV3 videos on a Pentium 4.

Digiface 9th September 2006 07:11 PM

Problem only comes if picture badly pixelizes. If Div3 file is fine,there's no problems. BTW,i have AMD Duron processor. OS is Windows XP SP2 Home

http://img68.imageshack.us/img68/3599/bscap0000jd7.jpg

Tizio 9th September 2006 07:38 PM

The picture is really similar to the ones you have when the index is corrupted and the pixels are not displayed properly.. have you already tried to rebuild the movie index with some utilities (DivFix for example)?

J7N 9th September 2006 08:11 PM

So, your file is corrupted and because of it ffdshow crashes,
or, the most recent version of ffdshow can't decode DIV3 properly?

If the input file is bad you can't really blame ffdshow...

Edit: Ffdshow 2006-08-03 played past a corrupted section of "Stargate SG1 - [03x02] - Seth.avi" (CRC32: E06A01EB).

Digiface 9th September 2006 08:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by J7N
If the input file is bad you can't really blame ffdshow...

Yes i can,because some (older) versions CAN decode it and some (newer) versions have PROBLEM with it. :?

Digiface 11th September 2006 03:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by J7N
2006-08-03 works fine with DIV3 videos on a Pentium 4.

Is that 2006-08-03 otherwise good release?

J7N 11th September 2006 07:37 PM

I haven't encountered any problems with it. I can upload MMX or SSE build if you want.


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