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ACGUY 2nd June 2005 05:30 PM

Great, Now theyve screwed DIVX PLAYBACK!
 
Divx is the only thing this junk could play well, now it doesnt even play DIVX!!!!! the latest version is SHITEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

IT PLAYS NOTHING, NO VIDEO SCREEN COMES UP!!!

You suck Bsplayer!!

RafkeP 2nd June 2005 08:28 PM

Personally I'm convinced that BSPlayer is the best media player there is, but if that's the way you really feel about it, I say throw it in the trash can and never look back.

On the other hand : if you want to fix your problem: install a divx codec.
(or ffdshow).

Rafke P.

BSPeter 2nd June 2005 08:31 PM

@ ACGUY: Very informative indeed if you're looking for help.
:?
(Don't know why, but you remind me of another Australian user with similar posts in the past)

ACGUY 3rd June 2005 07:49 AM

I have uninstalled the horrible new version and installed an older version located on one of my disks, DIVX works again now.

ACGUY 3rd June 2005 07:50 AM

BSPeter what else is ther eto say, DIVX does not work in the new version ofd BSPLAYER, its not the codec because idivx works for windows media player, power dvd and every other player, bsplayer does not play anything, the new one that is.

giantrobo 5th June 2005 12:12 AM

I don't know about "iDivX" specifically, but I've been using the new version since it was released in Febuary to play all kinds of movie files, including DivX on my win32 box and haven't had a problem. I suspect that maybe whatever "iDivX" does might be the problem, particularly if it's a package that expects certain things to be be running from WMP for it to work (a codec shouldn't do this... but the world is imperfect)

The only extra codec I've had to install in the past 6 months is an Ogg Vorbis filter (which I thought I had but... oh well) to play .ogm video files properly.

Best of luck to you.

buggaboo 6th June 2005 04:00 PM

I noticed the same, however, try starting the movie without subititles, it helped for me

Is there some place I can download an older version?

BSPeter 6th June 2005 08:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buggaboo
Is there some place I can download an older version?

Yes, read under MISCELLANEOUS of my Help2Help-post (also known as "READ ME FIRST BEFORE POSTING")
item (a), titled "Older/slower PC?; Previous BSPlayer-version(s)?; ffdshow?" (2nd sentence).
:wink:
(and while you're at it, maybe better read that whole post! Do subtitles make a difference: read its item (9); Where did you download BSPlayer?; What other programs etc. did you maybe meanwhile install/uninstall?)


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