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Old 12th January 2004
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Default [bug] Vobsub causes bsplayer to crash

BSPlayer v1.00.803, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004DE803
If you click 'Close' application will be terminated.
Please report this info to the author with description what were you doing.
Access violation at address 004DE803 in module 'bsplay.exe'. Read of address 00AC3FF8
, 0x004E746F, 0x004E766D, 0x00453527, 0x0044A872, 0x77D13A50, 0x77D13B1F, 0x77D13D79, 0x77D14374, 0x004E8584, 0x77E614C7

Bytes at EIP: 8A 54 82 18 A1 1C C3 4E 00 8B 00 E8 19 E1 FB FF A1 5C :?
This Problem occured to me when I double click an .avi file, but only on one specific file. Not every file gives this error.

The Problem is solved when I first open the program bsplayer, and then open the file.

After this, I put the file on cd. Another problem occured. Again, when double clicking the file, it gives the same error.

After that, I put the cd-rom into my laptop and double click the file for the first time. And it worked, bsplayer started just perfectly !! My laptop has the same version of bsplayer. :P

I closed bsplayer, waited a few seconds, and double clicked the file again, but this time, the error occured again, and again. I tried many times.

After that, I rebooted my laptop. And I double clicked the file again, it worked. :P I closed bsplayer, and tried double clicking the file again, it failed, and again the same error.

There where 2 files on the cd-rom, an .avi file and a .srt file. When bsplayer starts, it automaticly loads the .srt file, Vobsub also does that. So I decided to uninstall vobsub, a program that shows subtitles. :P

I rebooted, and it worked!! Vobsub is only bugging bsplayer for the second time the file opens.
:!: But there are differend types of files with subtitles inside. .avi and .ogm.
.avi : If you want to play these files with subtitles inside, you have to install vobsub
.ogm : You don't need vobsub, only the ogm codec!

And, if you have both vobsub and the ogm codec installed, you have double subtitles! 8)

This really could be a problem. Would it be possible to merge vobsub and bsplayer :?:

I hope this information is usefull for you!


BSPlayer version 1.00 RC1 Build 803, 24 Nov 2003
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