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Originally Posted by Mugsy View Post
.... so the fault is either the audio codec BSP uses to play FLV files, or BSP itself. And since there is no apparent way to determine which audio codec BSP uses with FLV, there is no way for me to check/adjust that codec's settings. And the fact there appears to be no way to specify a different codec for FLV audio in BSP, there is no "obvious" fix....
You may call me picky or a "nitpicker" (an opinion is anyone's free right and privilege) but in spite that your first post maybe did confuse me (being a "picky reader"), I have to correct you as, in fact, I already did indicate the way to determine which audio codec BS.Player actually uses when playing any particular file. Could you please follow my indications this time?
Originally Posted by BSPeter View Post
....With respect to the (audio)filters actually used by BS.Player upon playback of specific files, this may differ depending on the type of file played and on the codecs/filters which BS.Player finds installed on your system.
Therefore, when playing such flv-files, could you please check what filters/codecs are indicated under
rightclick > Options > Filters > Advanced?
When doing so please make sure to also click on the small [+]-signs in front of the filters/codecs shown.
This will reveal further information and access, so you should also be able to alter the audiofilter's settings there.
Look forward to your info.

Note, though I surely wouldn't call myself an expert, I'm not entirely a newbe either. In this connection I feel obliged to observe that your statement that there appears to be no way to specify a different codec for FLV audio in BSP isn't correct either as you can actually do that using BS.Player's "Filter management".
(This is to be found under rightclick > Options > Preferences > Filter management.)
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