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Old 18th January 2008
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You did read file "cmdline.txt" in the (sub)folder "doc" of BS.Player's installation folder I suppose. Anyhow, I think you could use BS.Player's feature to run a playlist for your purposes. This feature has been around since the very early days of BS.Player. I hereunder copy the info of BSPlayer version 0.86
Command line:

bplay "my file.avi" ["my subtitles.txt"] [options]
bplay "my playlist.bsl" [options]
bplay "inifile.ini" [options]

File name must always be the first and subtitle file second 

Options are:
-fs		Start in full screen
-asx		Start with x audio stream
		x=1-> 1st audio stream
		x=2-> 2nd audio stream
		x=n-> n audio stream
		x=0-> Semi's Directsound 3D
-stime=x		Start movie at x seconds
-nsub		Don't show subtitles even if subtitle file exists
-skin=s		s=skin name
-lang=l		l=language file without extension
-eend		Exit when movie is finished
-pan		Use Pan-scan
-res=WxHxD	Start in specified resolution
		W=width, H=height, D=color depth
		Ex.: -res=1024x768x16
-ar=x:y		Aspect ratio, Ex.: -ar=16:9

Ex.: bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -fs
     bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -fs -as2
     bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -as3 -lang=English


Subtitles must be in the same directory as movie
Ex.: The Matrix.avi -> The (.txt, .sub)
you can load them from the menu or you can supply them in 
command line
Supported subtitle formats: MicroDVD, SubRip, Subviewer, 


Just a simple text file with .bsl extension.


c:\movies\The Matrix.avi
Note, that at that time the executable was bplay.exe instead of bsplayer.exe!
So at present the commandline instruction to run a playlist would be (didn't try whether it still works!):
bsplayer.exe "playlist.bsl" [options]
(depending from where you start it "bsplayer" could have to be full path and name of bsplayer.exe; this is also valid for the playlistfile)
In fact also simply "running" the playlist.bsl file should do the trick as well (on the understanding that the file-extension .bsl is properly associated with BSPlayer).
Suppose you know how to create a playlist?
Perhaps also read these posts:
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