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Old 2nd February 2004
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Hello to all

I'm using bsplayer to play AVI and mpeg fils but with a
movie i have a problem, the image is distorded, with the windows
media player i don't have this problem but that's a little
boring cause this one does not support subtile file.

Thanks by advance for your help.

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so the strangest is that i have this problem only on one movie, the others are okay, and this movie is perfecly working with others players
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Can you tell us what codec is used to encode the movie, and what codec is used to decode the file ? (using GSpot or avicodec)
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Maybe an XVid encoded AVI?
If so you should either set DivX (if 5.1.1.) "Quality setting" to "Support Generic Mpeg-4" (through [Start] > Programms > DivX > DivX Codec > Decoder Configuration Utility ....
or you should download/install a more recent version of XVid codec.
See adocoto's post here.

(P.S. For GSpot or Avicodec look under item 2 of my Help to Help post (link hereunder))
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no that's a mpeg file, a trailer found on the net so for the enncoding i don't know...
for information the trailer is batman dead end
my installed codec are
divx 5.1.1 pro version
divx 3.11 (i think i will later uninstall this one)
The latest Xvid version
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Yes, I have seen this kind of distorsion on MPEG2 files, but only on CD. Never on HDD. But, try a different MPEG 2 codec. If you use Elecard, try to change to InterVIdeo. See what is happening. How does it look if you open it with VirtualDubMPEG2 or VirtualDubMod ?
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i tryed other players and don't have this kind of problems, sure that is strange...Problem with other players are they are not taking srt files...
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