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Damien 16th November 2003 11:48 PM

rmp4.dll
 
Hi. After installing BSplayer v1.00 RC1 (Win 2000), for awhile I had no problem playing OGM files. Then I started getting this error when trying to load an OGM file:
fatal error: rmp4.dll not found, install again

After clicking on OK, I got this:
BSPlayer v1.00.800, Unhandled exception at EIP: 0AD3A2DD
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 0AD3A2DD in module 'SubTitDS.ax'. Write of address 00000000
EAccessViolation
, 0x004DFFFB, 0x004E01F9, 0x004534E7, 0x0044A832, 0x77E3A2D0, 0x77E16B21, 0x77E25010, 0x717521F0, 0x7175276F, 0x71752574, 0x7172C11B, 0x7175276F, 0x71752643, 0x77E3A2D0, 0x77E145E5, 0x77E15B51, 0x004E0BC4, 0x7C5987E7

After clicking on either Continue or Close, I got this:
Bytes at EIP: C7 02 01 00 00 00 FF 45 10 33 C0 5D C2 10 00 8B 44 24

After clicking on either Continue or Close again, the player closes.

I uninstalled and reinstalled BSplayer v1.00 RC1, and the problem was fixed for awhile, but now it has returned again. I searched for rmp4 in the forums, but found no instances. Has anybody else had this problem?

Sintel 17th November 2003 01:42 AM

Hint:

Access violation at address 0AD3A2DD in module 'SubTitDS.ax'. Write of address 00000000

damien 17th November 2003 02:16 AM

Thanks for the hint, but I'm new at this and it doesn't tell me anything except that the problem may have something to do with subtitles. I know that the current version has a problem displaying subtitles in general, and that this is supposedly going to be fixed in the next version. The subtitle problems I have read about seem to be different than this one, though, as my OGM files previously played with no problems, but now crash the player.

I apologize for my inexperience, but if there is a solution, whether it is simply to wait for an update, or something I can actually do to fix the problem, could you please tell me what it is? BSplayer is the best software of its type I have used, and I don't really want to use anything else.

Thank you.

Sintel 18th November 2003 02:51 AM

Try running:

regsvr32 /u SubTitDS.ax

and then see if the error still occurs.
if it doesn't and you want subtitles in ogm files try installing latest vsfilter.dll on guliverkli's sourceforge site.


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