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vchavez 21st May 2006 09:23 AM

Can't play my videos with Bsplayer but with WMP yes
I was working fine with BSplayer latest version but from one day stop working with my AVI files that I always opened. I can open them with Windows Media Player when I try to run BSplayer I only get the black screen and when I do play it doesn't work.

I uninstalled BSplayer even I deleted the files in Document Settings and installed it again but still don't work any idea.

BSPeter 21st May 2006 12:59 PM

Latest version like build ...? Installed/uninstalled anything recently?
Did you already try a different rendering mode under
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Video > Video rendering > [Rendering mode] ?

Tizio 21st May 2006 08:03 PM

Maybe an auto-update of Windows?

As BSPeter told you try different rendering modes, otherwise try to re-register quartz.dll

vchavez 22nd May 2006 11:06 AM

I'm using BSPlayerPro.1.41.832 how do I re register quartz.dll

vchavez 22nd May 2006 11:12 AM

Now trying to play with the render modes I changed it to ddifferent and now I get image like the first frame in BSplayer but still don't plays or continue the video.

Tizio 22nd May 2006 11:15 AM

BSPeter 22nd May 2006 08:10 PM


Originally Posted by vchavez
... now I get image like the first frame in BSplayer but still don't plays or continue the video.

That could be an indication that the movie was created using a newer version of codec than the one you're using for playback.
Please check (see last line of item (3) of my Help2Help-post) which codec is used by BSPlayer.
(And while you're there, why don't you read items (3) and (4) entirely?)

vchavez 28th May 2006 01:23 AM

Nothing fixed my problem with the Quartz.dll thing I did it but I can't still play all my AVI files with WMP and not with Bsplayer , BSplayer loads the movie but get a screen in blank and stays there If I press play still don't work

Tizio 28th May 2006 01:32 AM

Please answer to BSPeter's post

adicoto 28th May 2006 03:01 AM

Wich audio filter it's used to play the file ? (options->preferences->filters).
Try to install an alternate audio decoder. If this doesn't help, try to disable hardware acceleration in audio drivers of the soundcard (or sound codec if onboard).

vchavez 29th May 2006 08:59 AM

Answering to BSPeter's here is Gspot info:

I haven't put my computer hardware here is:
Pentium 4 2.6Ghz
Video Card: ATI All In Wonder 9700 (with latest Catalyst drivers)
Sound Card: Soundblaster Audigy 2
Codecs: Divx 6.2 Only installed. (all files were playing fine with no more codecs installed)

BSplayer settings:

Gspot Settings:[/img]

Tizio 29th May 2006 09:25 AM

I suggest you to install XviD codecs to play your xvid files (or ffdshow if you prefer).
Instead if you want to use DivX codec to decode all your videos (anyhow I don't suggest you to use v6), I think a newer version has been released and maybe you want to update it..

Still, my suggestion goes to install XviD codec.

adicoto 29th May 2006 10:54 AM

Just uninstall nero audio decoder and al should work like a charm. It's not a video issue, but audio.

vchavez 29th May 2006 12:44 PM

How do I uninstall Nero audio decoder and instead of that what I will get instead ?

adicoto 29th May 2006 12:54 PM

As you can see, Gspot say you have 2 audio filters that can manage the audio part of the file. In BSPlayer filter management you can unregister nero audio decoder without uninstallin it. (options->preferencies->filter management->filter manager, select nero audio decoder and click on unregister button)

If you can't manage to do that, the file we talk about is located in
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Ahead\DSFilter and is named move it, delete it or rename it and problem should be solved.

vchavez 29th May 2006 08:48 PM

You are right NOW WORKS VIDEO, but I dont have audio but just in certain files the rest can play fine audio and video checked with Gspot but tells me that one codec can be able to play it but still no sound.

adicoto 29th May 2006 09:50 PM

For those you don't have sound (AC3 sound probably) you need an AC3 filter.

bartgot 26th June 2006 10:01 PM

Hi I start using BSplayer but while opening some file, "Unknow file format ()" appears even if it's mpg extension, but sound works. Other applications can handle it and open it without any problems. I use codec pack from I read what was posted on H E L P t o H E L P. And where is the repeat mode avaible in the programme?? I can't fiand it. HELP ME

adicoto 26th June 2006 10:26 PM

Codec packs ussualy do mere harm than good. Try to install an alternate MPEG decoder, such as Elecard or BitCtrl.
If you load the base skin for v. 1 or the v.1 skin for BSPlayer v.2 the option is on the left hand, centred, just above the time counter, on the skin, and it states Repeat: with the options: random, none, one, all.

bartgot 26th June 2006 10:58 PM

but how do you explan that other movie application are able to open the file and BSplayer can't?? please download (password: barth) and tell me why it's not possible to open it by BSplayer. Thanks in advance :lol:

grendizer 27th June 2006 12:23 AM

I can read it in bsplayer 2 pro
demultiplexer : elecard
video decoder : sonic cinemaster

bartgot 27th June 2006 12:25 AM

what am I supposed to do now to fix it?

grendizer 27th June 2006 12:30 AM

- Install a good MPEG2/DVD playback software or codec.
- Perhaps uninstall the codec packs
- Install Graphedit to check which codecs are used for This file's playback. You may also check it with Gspot

bartgot 27th June 2006 12:42 AM

This is an MPEG format video file. This format is not currently supported by GSpot. Codecpack from isn't good enough???
And why other applications can open the file?

Tizio 27th June 2006 01:14 AM

Codec packs in general are not good (since you read the Help2Help topic you should have also read the "stay away from codec-packs" sentence at beginning of section (4))..

I don't suggest you to install a codec pack, but if you want to use a codec pack, then maybe try K-Lite one, and use the "Playback only" settings. (Then in "DirectShow: Source Filters" choose Gabest for MP4 and Matroska splitter, OggDS for Ogg splitters, and Elecard MPEG Demuxer.. never had any problem with those settings)

But i still suggest you to install only the codecs you really need

grendizer 27th June 2006 03:04 AM

The latest version of Gspot supports MPEG :

adicoto 27th June 2006 05:32 AM

1 Attachment(s)
Iy plays OK. But is an MPEG 2 file. Not MPEG, and to play it it BSPlayer you need an MPEG2 decoder, as I've stated above.

bartgot 27th June 2006 09:20 AM

I've downloaded and works fine. STRANGE :? without that installation BSplayer doesn't open the file but other applications (Windows Media Player, VLC Media Player, Media Player Classic) could open the file ;)

Tizio 27th June 2006 11:55 AM


Originally Posted by bartgot
I've downloaded and works fine. STRANGE :? without that installation BSplayer doesn't open the file but other applications (Windows Media Player, VLC Media Player, Media Player Classic) could open the file ;)

Those other players have internal codecs so they're able to play some files without external codecs. Sometime it's an advantage, sometimes not..

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