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Old 10th July 2004
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I've managed to install DirectX 9.0b in my computer, but still can't see the XviD 1.0.1 file (encoded by me and at least accepted by Linux and Kiss players).

Now I can select the "Use VRM-9" option, and, with it selected, when I open a XviD 1.0.1 file (others XviD versions work fine) Bsplayer gives this error:

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BSPlayer v1.00.809, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004B61D4
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Invalid floating point operation
, 0x00501F87, 0x00502185, 0x004539FB, 0x0044AD46, 0x77D13A68, 0x77D13B37, 0x77D13D91, 0x77D1438C, 0x005039C3, 0x77E614C7
Bytes at EIP: DE F9 DD 1D 6C 30 51 00 9B 83 3E 00 75 05 83 3F 00 74
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I'm very interested in fixing this (and the "Unknown file format (XVID)" error) so I can play this kind of files. I remember some facts:
Codecs Installed: DivX 5.11 (with generic Mpeg-4 support disabled) and Xvid 1.0.1 (from Koepi site).
Bsplayer version: 1.00.809
G-Spot reports: see my lasts posts.
VirtualDub opens correctly the file (audio and video).
File made with mencoder, but I've made others with VirtualDub and didn't work either.
Computer running Windows XP, Directx 9.0b, 1.5 GHz, 512 MB RAM, Nvidia GeForce2 graphics card.

Maybe the problem is the encoded file. It was made using mencoder, and it should be rather standard. I posted a sample of just 1 second in my last post. I know is a bit annoying, but it would help me a lot if someone could download the file and just see if it works in his bsplayer (and, if not, if at least opens in virtualdub, which is my case).

Hope you can help me. Thanks in advance,
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