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Old 29th December 2011
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Hello guys

I am new here and to be honest with you I didn't read the hole "before posting read this"-thread, it was pretty much, so here my storry and I hope including all the information you might be able to help me out:

First of all I installed BSplayer several times because the download afterwarts the installation wouldn't start, I now was able to do it all right so the bsplayer works fine, but only with mp3 and other sound-files...
The first time I tryed to fix the problem in Preferences - Video - Checking the "Use YUV mixing mode with VMR Renderer", it didn#t work, so I tried this:
Originally Posted by tadmaz View Post
Download from: MPC - Homecinema: Downloading ...
Copy to a folder, such as C:\dxva
Then go to command prompt and type the following: "regsvr32 C:\dxva\"
At this point, WMP should use DXVA just fine but BSPlayer will not work correctly.

In BSPlayer, go to Options, Preferences. Go to the Video Rendering tab.
I did this on Windows XP SP3, Vista may be different for all of this.
Set the rendering mode to VMR7 and CHECK "Use YUV mixing mode with VMR Renderer"
It didn't work either telling me: Error RegSvr32 the call to "DllRegisterCode" prduced the error with this code:

So know it seems I can watch the video until the menu appears where you are able to download the subtitles and windows (vista) says the program has to shut down because of this (it's in german):
Problemereignisname: APPCRASH
Anwendungsname: bsplayer.exe
Anwendungszeitstempel: 2a425e19
Fehlermodulname: StackHash_6f67
Fehlermodulzeitstempel: 00000000
Ausnahmecode: c0000005
Ausnahmeoffset: 00000000
Betriebsystemversion: 6.0.6002.
Gebietsschema-ID: 1031
Zusatzinformation 1: 6f67
Zusatzinformation 2: dd3503e29faa837b6969881a24226830
Zusatzinformation 3: 4b9d
Zusatzinformation 4: f1fb864319b40926b4c9b3380c562710
I have no problem what so ever to replay any video with VLCplayer but BSplayer won't work.

Here the computer infos:
Windows Vista Buisness Servicepack 2
Intel Core Duo CPU T8300 2,40 Ghy 2,40 Ghz
Ram 4 Gb
32 Bit system
Video: Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset Family

So this is my problem and I hope you can help me out! Thank you very much for anything which might help!

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(1) Is the following thread maybe somewhat similar to your problem?
Then I would also ask you to download/install and try the latest version first (click here). Before doing so, please read (3) first.
(2) Do you have this problem irrespective of the type of the video-file?
(I ask that as tadmaz's post specifically concerned mkv-video-files using DXVA and it doesn't - in fact - concern subtitles, so I don't understand why you're referring to it. Also he was running XP SP3, whereas you're running Vista SP2!)
(3) When you installed BS.Player, did you allow it (when it asked so) to also internally install its preferred codecs/filters?
(Internally meaning for use by BS.Player only and not interfering with your system's codecs/filters.)
If you didn't before, please do now.
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When posting always mention your computer's OS and the version and build number(!) of BS.Player as used by you,
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1. Do as BSPeter say at (3). BSPlayer needs codecs (filters) to play video files. As you didn't seem to install them, it wont work. VLC has it's own filters ;)
2. DXVA acceleration can be used only with a video card that support such thing (hardware acceleration). Yours can't. So don't try to use that.
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