#550 Green lines when playing xvid movies with directvobsub 2.37

v1.0 (example)

Green horizontal lines appears when playing videos encoded in xvid with sub by the help of directvobsub 2.37 in windows media player. - using ffdshow-rev899_20070209_gcc_xxl.exe

Doesn't happens in zoom player/subtitle workshop 2.51.

With recent releases of ffdshow after 21th Feb installed, movies loaded, but no image/sound/tracking. Timer is not moving either.

And zoom player/subtitle workshop doesn't have such problems.

Uninstalling directvobsub works, installing vobsub 2.33 works, but mkv videos subs no longer work.


  • Anonymous - 2007-02-26

    Green lines

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    Please test latest ffdshow.

  • h.yamagata

    h.yamagata - 2007-03-02

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    What is the holizontal size of the movie?
    Does unchecking YV12 help?
    vsfilter does not support YV12 and holizontal size non-multiple of 8.

  • Anonymous - 2007-03-03

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    the video is 548 x 294, XviD 1.0.3
    0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
    48000Hz 192 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

    Where is the setting of the YV12 you referring?

  • h.yamagata

    h.yamagata - 2007-03-03

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    Video decoder configuration->Output->Planar YUV:
    As pointed in doom9, it's more DVobSub's bug rather than ffdshow's.


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