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Masutin 28th August 2008 12:54 AM

A paused file has no video after waking up from standby mode
 
BSP 2.14.942, XP SP2. After Windows wakes up from the standby mode, only audio is there. The still frame of the paused file is blank. No picture appears after resuming playback. Another XP installation with this BSP version and MPC had no such problem. Reinstalling BSP doesn't help. What do I add or change?

BSPeter 28th August 2008 12:57 AM

Version and build of BS.Player?
:wink:

antonmos 18th September 2008 03:30 PM

Same problem on winxp sp3

BSPlayer version 2.31 build 974

Tizio 19th September 2008 10:13 AM

Just tried (XP SP2) and can't reproduce this...
Can you provide more info? Type of video file, how much time you left your system in stand by mode...

Masutin 22nd September 2008 03:16 AM

Thanks for the response. Types used: AVI, MPG. Time in standby: seconds, hours. Seems irrelevant, since the problem can appear immediately. Stopping and playing a lapsed video doesn't help, you need to reopen the file for the picture to reappear. Installing a newer version (942) didn't help. I suspect it's a matter of what component to add or which setting to change, incl. third-party software. BSP uses standard settings. MPC works fine.

Tizio 22nd September 2008 10:44 AM

and what about your video card?
Maybe its drivers conflicts with Windows standby mode, and when resumed they can't redraw the overlay surface..

Masutin 23rd September 2008 10:20 PM

Unlikely. As I mentioned, e.g. Media Player Classic has no such problem. Does it handle video differently? If I remember correctly, BSP didn't have this problem in a previous XP installation. Could you think of non-standard settings that might help?

Tizio 24th September 2008 11:18 AM

Yes, it could handle video differently, it mainly depends on the rendering method you chose to adopt, try to change it in BSplayer preferences and see if this helps (CTRL+P -> Video -> Video rendering -> Rendering mode -> choose one of the available renderer, I use the default one and it works)

Masutin 28th September 2008 01:29 AM

The rendering mode that doesn't cause the problem is VMR7 (not renderless). If selected, OSD doesn't work. So at least it's a partial solution.
BSP couldn't use VMR9, because it can't seem to find it on the system. However MPC uses VMR9, if what stands there is true.

adicoto 28th September 2008 06:17 AM

If you are not able to use VMR9 it is possible to be a computer problem. Try to update your DirectShow via DirectX to DirectX 9.0c, latest XP available DirectX (august 2008)

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

You can also find this on any of latest games DVDs.


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