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CR0N0 29th February 2004 08:39 PM

"bsplayer v1.00.806 - free for non comercial use"
 
hi

i had been using bsplayer v0.8 from a long time and just updated to 1.00.8 a few hours ago. but after opening a movie file, it appears the message "bsplayer v1.00.806 - free for non comercial use" over the screen and it just doesnt go away, and anything else i do, like play or adjusting volume or anything, the text stays there, and i havent found something to make it go away

is this a bug or just something i have to disable?

can anyone help?

Rexus 29th February 2004 09:20 PM

It seems to be a feature :@

bleah... I'm searching for a new movie player...

Pleuris 29th February 2004 09:49 PM

And it is anoying, same problem here :evil:

Quietseb 29th February 2004 10:46 PM

Quote:

It seems to be a feature :@
nah, the fact that it doesn't go away is a bug...
[message disappears right away on mine.]

sorry CR0n0, I can't tell what to do about the persistent OSD
try fiddling with the OSD/video settings, just in case

CR0N0 29th February 2004 10:47 PM

that totally sucks

i guess ill go back to v0.8.

it had been working great, just wanted to know what improvements 1.0 had


i have the .8 installer if someone wants it

anyway, if someone finds a way to get rid of that msg please post, itll be greatly appreciated

Rexus 29th February 2004 10:51 PM

I want it :)
mail me plz: mentat@dap.ro

HackerWerger 29th February 2004 11:19 PM

Quote:

Warning! The latest version of BSPlayer will display during the whole movie play time a notice specifying that the product is freeware only for non-commercial use. At the moment, removing this message is impossible, making the use of this program virtually impossible.
I do not confirm this! :evil:
The message "Free for non-commercial use" immediately dissapears like Quitseb's case.

However, I fear that Webteh will gradually make BSplayer a shareware application... :(

_maf_ 1st March 2004 01:46 AM

If the 'freeware' message goes away immediately (as it seems to on mine), then it shouldn't be a problem.

bensala 1st March 2004 07:36 AM

go into prefrences and go to VIDEO and select the OSD tab, remove the checkmark for "Enable OSD" and then restart bsplayer. Fixed the problem for me....

iron2000 1st March 2004 10:50 AM

I like the OSD but without the "bsplayer v1.00.806 - free for non comercial use" words there whenever I play a video file.

Is there anyway to disable it?
If not I would like to request for a way to disable those words or you can put them in theAbout screen.

mia 1st March 2004 04:15 PM

NEW BS Player SUXX!!!
 
I Will return to 0.86.500, that plays my OGM files correctly, without stupid errors like "List out of bounds"... Or will try MV2 Player.

tato_uy 1st March 2004 06:27 PM

we must find a open source player
 
i think the best solution is to find an open source player.
that way never someboy will charge us for it use
it's a shame that bsplayer is becoming paid.

HackerWerger 1st March 2004 09:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tato_uy
it's a shame that bsplayer is becoming paid.

No one said that!
I only fear that BSplayer maybe become shareware one day. And that isn't for sure. :wink:

Edit: I'm sure that BSplayer main developer continues to be Boris.
As he keeps updating the program and resolving the remaining bugs the opensource idea maybe isn't really good..

HackerWerger 1st March 2004 09:33 PM

Ok, I searched more the issue of future shareware and that is what I've found:

BSPlayer will always be free for non-commercial use
:D :D
Go to BSplayer homepage and click on "Purchase" button. You 'll see it by yourselves. 8)

Rexus 1st March 2004 10:06 PM

For me the theat text is staying there ALL the time :@

Also, i cannot see any movie in full screen :(

Halle 1st March 2004 11:15 PM

seems to be a bug, there's a fix already ("- Fixed OSD bug, sometimes OSD messages didn't dissapear
" - see news page).. however, the 807 version isn't on the download page yet..

private 2nd March 2004 01:17 PM

it disappears in 807, but I still think it's stupid.

maybe it would be ok, if it appeared only when you START bsplayer, not every time you open a file...

jeez, it's annoying! makes me feel like i'm using pirated software or something

besides... it shows the wrong version - 805

xlv600 3rd March 2004 09:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by private
it disappears in 807, but I still think it's stupid.../...
jeez, it's annoying! makes me feel like i'm using pirated software or something...

Yes, private I agree with you. It should stay on the About box not the OSD.
It's a shame!

Maybe time to switch to Gabest's Media Player Classic

Count 4th March 2004 06:55 AM

yeah, I also find the"free for non-commercial use" very annoying
guess there's really no free lunch in this world

the one feature that I like abt BSPlayer is the ability to change the brightness , colour and contrast of the screen without depending on the codec used.
Too bad MEdia Player Classic does not have this feature :roll:

Mat2000 4th March 2004 12:21 PM

BSPlayer will always be free for non-commercial use.

If you have problem with label :
"bsplayer v1.00.806 - free for non comercial use"
Register Bsplayer and this message will disappear, and you will support future development of BSPlayer.

Yes Boris is owner of Webteh ltd , and still developing BSPlayer, with other programmers at Webteh, ltd.


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