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hans_david 30th June 2002 10:46 PM

Vobsub subtitle problem

I got problem when using BSPlayer with DVobsub. I open the video. BSPlayer detects that there is a corresponding .sub file available. I press the play button and the following errorlog comes up:

BSPlayer v0.85.488, Unhandled exception at EIP: 011D53D4
Application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Invalid floating point operation
, 0x004B289F, 0x004B2B01, 0x004520AF, 0x0044971A, 0x77D43A5F, 0x77D43B2E, 0x77D43D6A, 0x77D441FD, 0x004C382F, 0x77E7EB69

Bytes at EIP: DC 5C 24 14 DF E0 F6 C4 44 7A 11 57 FF 15 64 70 1F 01

I have DVobSub v.2.16.

Do you have any tips. I have tried the BSplayer debug version but I cannot find any log files.

Playing movies goes ok without DVobSub. I have to use the force RGB mode. The mode 1 and 2 is only black.

This is an excelent software. Please keep up the good work!!!

Best regards, Hans-David

Quietseb 1st July 2002 07:08 PM

downgrading to vobsub 2.14 helps ... I don't know where it's still available so I put it on my ftp server

hans_david 1st July 2002 07:42 PM

Thanks for the tips. I have downgraded to version 2.14 and now everything works ok.

What is the problems with the new DVobSubs (version 2.16)?

Regards, Hans-David

wotef 8th July 2002 11:55 PM

hi, i confirm an almost identical error message when playing an xvid file with directvobsub 2.15 (w2k sp2, gf4 ti4200 detonator 29.42)

BSPlayer v0.85.488, Unhandled exception at EIP: 0049671A
Application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 0049671A in module 'bplay.exe'. Read of address 00000000
, 0x004B289F, 0x004B2B01, 0x004520AF, 0x0044971A, 0x77E11B60, 0x77E11CCA, 0x77E183F1, 0x004C382F, 0x77E8D326

Bytes at EIP: 8B 00 FF 50 0C 8B C3 E8 36 C0 F6 FF 8B 45 C8 50 6A 00

the same movie and subs plays fine with WMP 7.1

pistachios 14th July 2002 12:10 PM

A temporary solution is:
In DirectVobSub Properties, check "Force RGB", and set "use overley" to "mode 2" in BSPlayer.
When play avi in BSPlayer, a warning of "Overlay failed" will display, and then it tries to use RGB mode, you can see the movie with subtitles as usual.

techguru 22nd July 2002 03:23 PM

The temporary solution presented above does indeed work, but performance is anything but good!! I can't play movies with this type of performance (all the conversions going on?)

Will the be a fix for this? BSPlayer is a top player, but I need dvobsub support... And 2.16 is what I want, not 2.14. =)

pistachios 24th July 2002 06:22 AM

I don't feel anything wrong with this mode, BTW, my computer is: P4 1.6G, GeForce2 DDR.

I think you may try this:
First, you should do the same thing as I said before.
while the movie is playing, uncheck "Force RGB" in DVobSub, and then switch "Use overley mode 2" to "mode 1", the movie and DVobSub are both reloaded, but it will not crash. If you like, you can swith to "mode 2" again.
After that, DVobSub does not load the subtitles again, you should open the subtitles in DVobSub properties dialog manually.
All have done.

ChAoS Overlord 26th July 2002 05:25 PM

I acknowledge having the very same problem.

SatCP 3rd August 2002 06:50 PM

This issue seems to be fixed in the just released BSPlayer 0.85 build 490.

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