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#201 ffdshow-20041003 crashes explorer

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2004-10-18
2004-10-03
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20041003 version of ffdshow crashes explorer withen
10-15 seconds (usually the second the file opens) of
playing a divx/xvid file.

Previous version 20040828 works with no problems.

Windows XP Pro w/SP2
Media Player Classic v6.4.8.2

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-04

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    Please could you be more specific?
    Do you just open second movie in MPC and explorer crashes?
    Or it crashes while previewing file in explorer?

    Also description of enabled ffdshow video and audio decoding
    processing options would be very helpful. Thanks.

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-04
    • priority: 5 --> 7
     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Same thing happens to me, I'm running Windows XP SP2, and
    before I even open the file... simply clicking on it once causes
    explorer to crash BEFORE popping up the preview.

    In other words, it crashes while generating the preview.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    It also crashes my explorer.exe in "unknown module".
    WinXPSP2.
    Happens as soon I click a videofile, before there is a preview
    on the left side of screen.
    ffdshow 0310 installed with default options, with XVID 1.0.2
    (Koepi's) installed afterwards. Libavcodec used for XVID.
    Before ffdshow2808 worked fine, and I reinstalled 28.08 and
    all fine.

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-04

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    Please, try attached libmplayer.dll. Unpack it to ffdshow
    installation directory replacing older libmplayer.dll.

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-04
     
  • Florian Richter

    Florian Richter - 2004-10-04

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    The attached libmplayer.dll also crashes the Explorer.
    It also crashes my media player ( ZoomPlayer 4 ).
    The older alpha release worked...

     
  • Florian Richter

    Florian Richter - 2004-10-04

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    Here some information from the Video file which crashes
    ffdshow :

    Video : DX50/divx ( 460x234 )
    Audio : (MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3 ( 48000Hz CBR 128 kb/s
    total (2 channels) )

    I'm using ffdshow for Audio and Video decoding

    P.S : ffdshow rocks ;)

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-04

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    Video width and height aren't multiplies of 16, this can cause
    problems. Are you using some ffdshow image processing filters?
    Not all of them can handle such resolutions.

     
  • Florian Richter

    Florian Richter - 2004-10-04

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    I have Deinterlacing 5-tap lowpass enabled and Postprocessing
    with automatic quality control using mplayer with accurate
    deblocking.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Same here.
    20041003 crashes explorer.exe when it attempts to make a
    preview of the video in the details pane on XP

    That doesn't happen anymore if you reinstall 20040828 over it.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I have the same problem and I'm running XP SP2 with the
    latest ffdshow (20041003) with absolutly no decoding options
    enabled while loading the thumbnail preview in explorer. It
    happens even on XviD video with the decoder set to XviD 1.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I have the same problem, win xp pro, SP2, also crashes media
    player 9 once opening a divx/xvid file in it.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    The same thing happens to me.The explorer will crash when i
    click the avi files.Xp sp2. 20040828 works fine.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    The same thing happens to me.The explorer will crash when i
    click the avi files.Xp sp2. 20040828 works fine.

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-05

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    Please try this build http://ffdshow.sourceforge.net/ffdshow-
    20041005-sse.exe. As you can see from its name it requires
    SSE capable CPU.

     
  • obieobieobie

    obieobieobie - 2004-10-05

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    ffdshow-20041005-sse.exe fixes this problem for me; explorer
    does not crash when viewing a folder with a file that ffdshow
    is set up to decode.

     
  • Chris Kinard

    Chris Kinard - 2004-10-05

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    I was the first person posting this bug, heh frogot to log in.

    The SSE version works with no problems so far.

    As for what happens...
    I double click on the *.avi file. MPC opens begins playing
    the file. Withen a fiew seconds explorer.exe crashes but the
    video keeps playing as if nothing is wrong.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    same here.~! (same os and mpc :)

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Milan: the SSE binary you linked to solves the explorer
    crashing here (A64 3000+, NF3 250gb)

     
  • David

    David - 2004-10-07

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    Using the SSE build fixed it for me

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Why not release a common build, not limit to SSE, Someone
    like me use only old Athlon 1.2G or even lower with no SSE...

     
  • David

    David - 2004-10-08

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    Pentium III 500Mhz had SSE :P

     
  • Anonymous

    Anonymous - 2004-10-08

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    I'm still getting bug reports about 20041003 and would like to
    fix few of them before releasing new version. Also I'm adding
    some new features currently.

    For CPUs without SSE you could try 20041003 version with
    just replacing libmplayer.dll with one located at the bottom of
    this page.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Confirmed aswell. same specs as mentioned above, xp Pro w/
    sp2. crashes while generating thumbnails to movies on explorer
    view.

     
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