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kaoru 21st June 2006 06:44 PM

help with mkv
Hi everyone..
Here's my problem:
I played an mkv file with the latest new bsplayer and it went good with the subtitle showing upo
then I tried to play An mp4 file with it but it didn’t open so I installed Combined Community Codec Package and it worked but then the subtitle of the mkv file didn’t show up.
do you have any idea :?: :?:

Tizio 21st June 2006 06:54 PM


Uninstall that codec pack and install DivX3 instead.
Probably that codec pack came with Haali media splitter that hasa problems with BSplayer playback

kaoru 21st June 2006 07:58 PM

I installed 3ivx and unstalled CCCP but was audio without video and
The subtitle in the mkv file gone.

Tizio 23rd June 2006 08:21 AM

Have you read BSPeter's "READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING" post? Probably items (3) and (4) will help you to figure out where the problem lays.
For mkv subtitles, probably you are using an Haali media splitter, use the one from Gabest instead. :wink:

Maceart 14th July 2006 11:24 PM

Divx3? Isn't that stuff ANCIENT?! AC3 filter? Why use any of those when FFdshow can take care of both and takes up less system resources?

J7N 15th July 2006 01:56 PM

You can use FFDSHOW (a part of the CCCP pack) to decode video. The problem with the new codec pack was probably the fact that it includes Haali Media Splitter, which doesn't work well. Solution: trash the CCCP and install standalone FFDSHOW (

There is no need to install any DivX3 or 4, or 5 or 6 - whatever. FFDSHOW can decode all MPEG-4 video streams properly. You just have to have a proper media splitter for each container type. For Matroska files that would be Gabest's Matroska Splitter ( Sorry, I have no experience with MP4 files whatsoever. You have to look for a MP4 Splitter and try different ones, from Gabest ( or 3ivX. If Gabest's MP4 slitter doesn't seem to work, remove it and try the one by 3ivX.


I installed 3ivx and unstalled CCCP but was audio without video
I can only make a guess that the video was in H.264 format. FFDSHOW can decode it.

adicoto 16th July 2006 09:03 AM

Usually, CCCP is recommended by some users for HDTV movies. Ar we in this case ? If so either you install ffdshow (less quality but more compliance) or you use CoreAAC and CoreAVC decoder and Haali media splitter. Try some of the newest versions, they mach better with BSPlayer (it's not Haali media splitter fault)

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