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- kricker - 2009-10-16 16:12
raven Wrote:I have the exact same problem with the last svn.I've tested with .avis and mkvs, and do not have that issue. Strange.
- raven - 2009-10-16 18:30
kricker Wrote:I've tested with .avis and mkvs, and do not have that issue. Strange.
I read that it happens when pausing video with "space". Pausing with "p" acts normal.
I can't confirm if this is true because I'm at work. Also don't know if I'm pausing with space or "p". I believe my remote is mapped to use "space".
- kricker - 2009-10-16 19:20
I was pausing with "space".
- joshuass - 2009-10-16 21:03
If anyone is having problems resuming playback after hitting <space>, disable navigation sounds. This is a problem that was discussed earlier on (pure virtual call error after resuming playback of video with digital sound). You can also remap <space> to the function controlled by <p>.
I played a 13gb Startrek (2009) encode which played flawlessly in the DX build of 23658.
- kricker - 2009-10-16 21:38
I already had navigation sounds off, so I guess that's why I didn't see the issue.
- rd1979 - 2009-10-16 22:00
My Dolby TrueHD sample mkv now plays smoothly, using kricker's most recent build.
But now, any MKVs with subtitles promptly crash XBMC, and actually have for a few builds. Any ideas?
- joshuass - 2009-10-16 22:04
Quote:But now, any MKVs with subtitles promptly crash XBMC, and actually have for a few builds. Any ideas?
Remove MSVCP90.dll and MSVCR90.dll from the XBMC program directory.
Libass.dll "supposedly" needs them, but runs fine with out them.
If the error is what I think it is, you arent really crashing. Windows is telling you that libass.dll is make a call to those two files in a way that is incorrect and it throws that error out as "R6034" or something.
You will have to do this for all subsequent DX builds until the dev's decide how to proceed.
Of course, if what I just described is not what you're seeing, then I dont know what is up :o
- rd1979 - 2009-10-16 22:19
joshuass Wrote:Remove MSVCP90.dll and MSVCR90.dll from the XBMC program directory.
Yes, that's what it is.
I remember reading that now.
Aren't you the one who always posts here about ASS/SSA issues? If so, thanks for your efforts in reporting errors to make get subtitles working right. I have a lot of content that depend on subtitles displaying correctly.
Edit: I checked your posts, you're not the person I thought, but you've done some reporting of your own.
- joshuass - 2009-10-16 22:32
Haha. No worries. Most of my content is subtitled too.
- kricker - 2009-10-16 22:35
joshuass Wrote:Remove MSVCP90.dll and MSVCR90.dll from the XBMC program directory.Silly me. I forgot to remove those .dlls. I'll be doing that post haste. They won't be in subsequent builds as I was told things will still work without them, but just log some errors I believe.