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wolfmandim 13th February 2009 05:02 AM

I get audio but no picture on playback
 
I use Vista Ultimate and BSplayer pro 2.34.980. I have recently bought a Panasonic TZ5 digital camera which records HD 16:9 video. Shot some video and tried to playback using BSplayer. I can hear the sound but get no picture. Checked the file properties and it's using the .MOV extension. When I play it with Nero it shows the picture OK. Since BSplayer has been declared as my default player, can you please tell me how to overcome this problem once for all?

Exoskeletor 13th February 2009 07:50 AM

hi, u need quicktime codecs, you can find them from here http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
Download Quicktime player

adicoto 13th February 2009 06:08 PM

QuickTime Alternative it's just enough.

wolfmandim 14th February 2009 09:32 AM

I downloaded Quicktime alternative 2.8.
How do I get to work? Can someone guide me through the setup?

Tizio 14th February 2009 09:40 AM

You should just start the installation process and then after its completion start the video playback..
But if I recall correctly I had playback problems too with the TZ5 videos, but at this moment I can't make other tests because I converted to XviD AVIs all the videos I had (and also gained more or less the 90% of the file size at almost the same resolution), and the camera it's not mine but my father's
As soon as he makes another video I'll do other tests.. sorry..

wolfmandim 15th February 2009 04:14 PM

I have done the installation of Quicktime alternative again and again. Every time I am trying to view a .mov video I still get no picture. Can someone, more expert(?) than myself, give me some help? After all I switched to BSplayer for its qualities. I find it extremely weird to use one of the best players without getting all of its benefits.

wolfmandim 17th February 2009 01:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wolfmandim (Beitrag 36041)
I have done the installation of Quicktime alternative again and again. Every time I am trying to view a .mov video I still get no picture. Can someone, more expert(?) than myself, give me some help? After all I switched to BSplayer for its qualities. I find it extremely weird to use one of the best players without getting all of its benefits.

Anyone?

adicoto 17th February 2009 02:55 PM

It is possible that the camcorder uses H264 compresion format. Install an x264 decoder, such as CoreAVC and I believe all the problems will go away.

LE: this camera records in M-JPEG format, so you just need an M-Jpeg decoder.http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=56&s=54

wolfmandim 18th February 2009 12:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 36061)
It is possible that the camcorder uses H264 compresion format. Install an x264 decoder, such as CoreAVC and I believe all the problems will go away.

LE: this camera records in M-JPEG format, so you just need an M-Jpeg decoder.http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=56&s=54

I tried CoreAVC, 3ivx, K-lite full pack, ffdshow mpeg-4, kmplayer; nothing seems to work. Looks as if I am not doing something right. Can you please:
1. Guide me through the video setting in BSplayer pro preferences? Should I highlight any filters in options?
2. Recommend a program from http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=56&s=54

PS1. For the moment I am using Quicktime player to view those videos, but what is the point if I can't use BSplayer pro?
PS2. When I try to play a .mov video the BSplayer indicates "Audio file" under the screen counter. Shouldn't it indicate "Video file" instead?

Ico-man 18th February 2009 02:31 PM

BS.Player and mov videos
 
"PS2. When I try to play a .mov video the BSplayer indicates "Audio file" under the screen counter. Shouldn't it indicate "Video file" instead?"
This means BS.Player detects file as audio only - can you please give us any small sample of these video files?

adicoto 18th February 2009 08:29 PM

Me to, me to !

wolfmandim 18th February 2009 10:00 PM

The .MOV videos are pretty big; is there a way to upload any one of them for you guys to view?
Apart from the above, how does WMP classic reproduce these videos without any problems? That's what makes crazy...

Ico-man 18th February 2009 11:17 PM

Panasonic TZ5 digital camera HD 16:9 videos not displaying properly
 
The easiest way would be for you to record a 2-3s clip so the size will still remain small and send it to our email, or post it on this forum even.

And we will check it.

wolfmandim 18th February 2009 11:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ico-man (Beitrag 36094)
The easiest way would be for you to record a 2-3s clip so the size will still remain small and send it to our email, or post it on this forum even.

And we will check it.

I will do so. Sometime tomorrow afternoon, though, I will try to attach them!

adicoto 19th February 2009 05:24 AM

Rapidshare

wolfmandim 19th February 2009 01:00 PM

Hi guys. I have downloaded and installed the latest version 2.35.985 of bsplayer pro. I noticed though, that it will not hold my Option>Preferences>File types>Associated extensions settings. More specifically, I check on CDA, DAT, MP2, MOV (added extension) and when I close options and reopen they are still unchecked. Note that I use bsplayer free at work and it holds all my settings every time I renter options. Can you tell me why the pro version will not retain my settings? Is this normal? Is something I don't do correctly at initial installation?
By the way, I am not familiar with uploading files through Rapidshare. If I use Outlook and attach the video files, what address should I use to email them? Please specify!

News update!
I installed bsplayer pro at work and all Associated extension settings remain checked no matter how many times I exit/re-enter the program. It appears that something interferes with my home PC setup. I need to figure out what, I use Vista Ultimate at home whereas I have XP installed at work. Therefore, I can't make any direct comparisons. By the way, if something crosses your minds I would very much like to know it..

wolfmandim 20th February 2009 02:06 PM

Gentlemen I need HELP!
I have formatted my hard drive and straight away the first program I installed was bsplayer pro. I went to options>Preferences>File types>Associated extensions>Select>Select all. All Associated extensions were ticked. I exited the program and then started again to check my settings. They appeared as if I never did any actions before. Unticked! I installed Quicktime alternative and it does not show anywhere in preferences or in the filter manager. I am using Vista Ultimate in my PC.
Can you tell me what's going on? Why can't I customize the player settings? It looks as I formatted for nothing! Please HELP!

BSPeter 20th February 2009 04:02 PM

Vista? Maybe UAC-related like in this thread ?
:wink:

adicoto 20th February 2009 04:49 PM

As long as there is WMP 11 (if I recall correctly) and it's setup to be associated with some extensions, windows will automatically reasign them to wmp if you use thumbnail view.

wolfmandim 20th February 2009 04:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BSPeter (Beitrag 36112)
Vista? Maybe UAC-related like in this thread ?
:wink:

My UAC has been disabled since the beginning of Vista setup. I have used the "net user administrator /active:yes" to login as administrator, still no good. Same results, looks as if bs player is being denied by my system.


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