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ralphberner 27th March 2009 10:39 PM

"Cycle audio streams" not working
 
"Cycle audio streams" doesn't work if the assigned keyboard shotcut (shift + s in this case) is beeing pressed.
It always jumps to the first audio stream instead.

BSPeter 27th March 2009 10:53 PM

BS.Player version?
Type of media-file?
Can you perhaps upload a small example file?
:wink:

Ico-man 30th March 2009 10:09 AM

Most probably a mkv file, this is fixed - try new beta and let us know is this behaviour continues.

BSPeter 2nd June 2009 12:33 AM

FYI changelog most recent beta:
Code:

Version 2.41.1001(200906012333)
          * changed seek behaviour
          - fixed problems with some Vorbis radio streams
          - fixed YouTube playback
          * new subtitle parser/renderer, improved support for SSA/ASS subtitles, most HTML tags are now supported
          + added shortcut (Q) for 'Enqueue selection' in ML
          - in ML 'Remove non-existant entries' would also remove radios, fixed
          + if audio file with the same name as video is present it will be now automatically loaded
          - fixed problem with cycle audio stream option in AVI files
          - double clicking one the same file second time didn't reopen it, fixed
Version 2.40.996
          ....

:wink:

ralphberner 9th August 2009 08:58 PM

Still not working in some cases
 
Version 2.43

I tested the cycling again. It works perfect for one .mkv file i tested.


With a .avi file with two audio tracks i can reproduce the following behaviour:

It cycles through the audio tracks, but at the same time it does two additional things while triggering the command:
- The window changes to full screen if windowed (every time).
- The Video jumps forward for about 5 seconds (not every time).

I could upload the file to a ftp.server if needed. Its about 360MB.

Let me know if you need it.

BSPeter 9th August 2009 10:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ralphberner (Beitrag 38273)
Version 2.43
I tested the cycling again.
With a .avi file with two audio tracks i can reproduce the following behaviour:
It cycles through the audio tracks, but at the same time it does two additional things while triggering the command:
- The window changes to full screen if windowed (every time).
- The Video jumps forward for about 5 seconds (not every time).

Cannot reproduce. Using a .divx file with 6 audio channels. Maybe your key definitions have been somewhat distorted. To verify please act as follows:
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Key definitions & WinLIRC > [Windowed mode]
Select "Full screen switch" and click on (Reset to default)
Then click (Close) and try if [Shift]+[S] still activates full screen switch.
:wink:


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