#550 Green lines when playing xvid movies with directvobsub 2.37

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nobody
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2007-02-26
2007-02-26
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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.

Discussion

  • 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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