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kikito 26th February 2006 06:26 PM

BSplayer as default mms://... player
 
BsPlay can play web streamming links like mms://80.84.129.169/telesur45 with Open URL menu feature.

I want BsPlay to be the default player for mms streaming, so when I make click on a link like this BsPlayer shows the video.

As you can see below I replaced Window Media player by BsPlayer in HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MMS\shell\open\command but nevertheless the BsPlayer pops up it doesn't play the stream. It's like a command line parameter is necessary. This is what I've done:

http://img507.imageshack.us/img507/8519/bplayer0sx.gif


Can you help me?

Tizio 26th February 2006 08:38 PM

After the BSplayer path you have to add the %L parameter.
Example: "C:\Archivos de Programa\BSplayer\bsplayer.exe" "%L"

I can play the stream file you linked to :wink:

J7N 26th February 2006 08:52 PM

You have told BSPlayer to start. Still you have to tell the program what to play. %L means “long file name with path”.

adicoto 26th February 2006 09:10 PM

Nice thing Tizio, thanks.

Tizio 26th February 2006 09:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Nice thing Tizio, thanks.

:D

kikito 27th February 2006 02:05 AM

Great Tizio!!!
 
You answered as fast as speed of ligth!. You won many thousand of experts http://www.experts-exchange.com/Appl..._21752161.html

Tizio 27th February 2006 02:14 AM

8) :D
Thank you for the reference to me in that forum :wink:

And oviously I'm glad to have been of help to you :)

Digiface 27th February 2006 04:17 PM

is there any way to make BSPlayer to play streaming AVI videos :?:

Tizio 27th February 2006 04:23 PM

Have you tried to open a streaming url from BSplayer contextual menu?
Can you provide a link to the avi stream?
Almost all the streams I tried worked for me..

Digiface 27th February 2006 04:31 PM

example these avi streams http://www.riemurasia.net/jylppy/thu...ull&search=avi

Tizio 27th February 2006 05:15 PM

I made few tries, but since the movie streams are embedded into the browser (played by WMP) I have to do more tests and try to figure it out why those files can't be played by BSplayer... (yes, I can't play them with it.. :( )

I also tried to copy and paste the avi url into BSplayer "Open URL" dialog window, but without success..

I'll try again! Maybe by other ways :roll:

adicoto 27th February 2006 05:32 PM

Using IE7 and WMP 9 I can't play the files. Probably a newer codec. And BSPlayer say "unknown file format" when opening the file. Can somebody post here what filters are used to decode the file ?

@Tizio: When file is opened, rightclick and copy from there the adress, like :

http://www.riemurasia.net/jylppy/alb...ideo/jump3.avi

Tizio 27th February 2006 05:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
Using IE7 and WMP 9 I can't play the files. Probably a newer codec. And BSPlayer say "unknown file format" when opening the file. Can somebody post here what filters are used to decode the file ?

I tried with Firefox, but it claims for the wmp plugin (and for now I don't want to install it :P )
Then I tried with IE6 and WMP9 and it worked. Now if I'm able to find out which codecs are used I'll post them here :wink:
When I try to open it in BSplayer it only says "Can't open file" :?

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto
@Tizio: When file is opened, rightclick and copy from there the adress, like :

http://www.riemurasia.net/jylppy/alb...ideo/jump3.avi

Yes, I know that, when I wrote that I meant that I tried to open it in BSplayer by copy-and-paste and then BSplayer wasn't able to play it.. :)

adicoto 27th February 2006 05:43 PM

Rightclick on the playing video and in properties you'll find the filters used.

J7N 27th February 2006 06:05 PM

The address you gave returns a HTML file which tells I'm "BUSTED". If you are busted too (receive HTML), then this is the cause why BSPlayer cannot play. This webpage is too bloated and complex. Therefore this is not BSPlayer's problem.

Can you save the video you would like to play so that it can be examined?

Edit: I downloaded this file via a proxy. It is in Clear Video Cinepak (CVID) format. Audio is uncompressed PCM.

Tizio 27th February 2006 06:05 PM

I know, but I can't since my PC crashed and I had to restart it (not BSplayer fault, but mine :oops: , too many processes opened on my old&poor PC :P )

Maybe in 15 minutes I can try again to retrieve the codecs used :wink:

J7N 27th February 2006 06:13 PM

Perhaps player raises "Unknown format" error because XP by default lacks many obsolete VFW codecs. Iccvid.dll was used to decode this video.

Tizio 27th February 2006 06:23 PM

I used WindowsME (I have problems with XP and my connection) and no codecs are listed...

I downloaded the movie and it gave me:
4CC: mp42 -> S-Mpeg 4 version 2

and to decode it BSplayer (once downloaded) uses QASF.DLL (Mpeg4 decoder DMO)

J7N 27th February 2006 06:26 PM

I was talking about jylppy/albumit/video/jump3.avi.

Tizio 27th February 2006 06:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by J7N
I was talking about jylppy/albumit/video/jump3.avi.

Oops... Sorry! I used another file, I don't know how I clicked the wrong movie :oops:

EDIT:
Ok, tried with the jump3.avi file.. :P

4CC: cvid -> Cinepak by Supermac
Audio: PCM

Only dll used by BSplayer is quartz.dll :?


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