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lOtR 20th January 2005 08:52 PM

Crash with BSI files
 
Hello there !

I get BSPlayer to crash when i try to load a BSI file in BSPlayer 1.02

Here is the BSI file :

Code:

[Main]
Version=1.00

[Movie]
Directory=.
FName=my_movie.ogm

And the error it generates :

Code:

BSplayer v1.02.812, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004E1875
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 004E1875 in module 'bsplayer.exe'. Write of address 0000000C
EAccessViolation
, 0x00542673, 0x00542871, 0x004553C3, 0x0044C70E, 0x77D18709, 0x77D187EB, 0x77D1C00E, 0x77D1E366, 0x004B9EF9, 0x0044C70E, 0x77D18709, 0x77D187EB, 0x77D189A5, 0x77D1BCCC, 0x004550D8, 0x00544240, 0x7C816D4F

It produces the error either way i open the file -- by double-clicking it or adding it mannually to the playlist...

I really can't see what causes this problem :/
if anyone can please help...

BSPeter 20th January 2005 09:10 PM

Do I understand correctly that you try to load a .bsi file in BSPlayer?
The purpose of .bsi (.ini) files is that you double-click on it (from Explorer), which will then start BSplayer and perform its task with the preferences as defined in the bsi-file.
Have a look under BSPlayer's F.A.Q.s or at HWMaker's website. There is some explanation.
:wink:

lOtR 20th January 2005 09:27 PM

I know what .bsi files are supposed to be...

i just meant that I tried to open my file another way when I saw that double-clicking it made BSPlayer crash...

And of course I first tried with a much more complicated file, and then removed all parts that *could* eventually have caused the problem. That's why there are only the mandatory lines left in it...

BSPeter 20th January 2005 09:41 PM

Does the same video-file play "straight forward" in BSPlayer (without using .bsi)?
If not maybe check out adicoto's list of codecs as linked to in the last line of item 4 of my Help2Help post.
:wink:

lOtR 20th January 2005 10:45 PM

Yes the video file plays well without the .bsi stuff :|

BSPeter 20th January 2005 11:43 PM

Just asked DragonFighter (of HWMaker) by pm if he could maybe shed some light on this.
:wink:

DragonFighter 21st January 2005 06:32 PM

I did a little research on this problem and it seems that it is another bsplayer's bug (bsi/ini + ogm files crash bsplayer) .. :(

Quote:

BSplayer v1.02.812, Unhandled exception at EIP: 004E6F19
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 004E6F19 in module 'bsplayer.exe'. Write of address 0000000C
EAccessViolation
, 0x00555DD7, 0x00555FD5, 0x00455F23, 0x0044D26E, 0x77D18709, 0x77D187EB, 0x77D1C00E, 0x77D1E366, 0x004BF541, 0x0044D26E, 0x77D18709, 0x77D187EB, 0x77D189A5, 0x77D1BCCC, 0x00455C38, 0x00557EC4, 0x7C816D4F

Bytes at EIP: FF 43 0C 8B 53 0C C1 E2 03 8D 14 92 8D 43 10 E8 AF B8
Ogm files play fine without using ini/bsi files..

bluedan 24th January 2005 12:42 PM

Weird.

I'm off ogm for a while though because mkv (matroska) is much more suitable for my needs.
But I cannot remember having had any problems with defining ogm in bsi file which I used a lot.

This isn't the whole ini file you posted here, isn't it?

DragonFighter 24th January 2005 07:22 PM

The update (build 814) doesn't fix that bug.. :?
BSplayer v0.86 opens the bsi file without crashing.. :roll:

P.S: Moreover, build 814 doesn't contain the new updated greek language file.. I guess I've to send it again to bst..


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