[BUG] graphbuild fails for .mkv with sub-streams

Discussion in '0.2.3.0 RC3 and SVN Builds' started by deebo, October 28, 2007.

  1. deebo

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    os, vista ultimate 32
    mp, svn 16374


    using ANY avc decoder (coreavc, powerdvd7.3, ffdshow) graph build fails for .mkv files that contain subtitle streams when using vsfilter (directvobsub)

    works fine in graphedit and zoomplayer/mpc



    im sure of this, i went thru my whole movie collection, and all the files that failed to work had subtitle streams :)

    edit: vmr9/evr makes no difference
     
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    yes! I was wondering why some of my .mkv files suddenly wouldnt play. Checked and you are correct, they all have subtitle streams. using svn 16362
     
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    Eabin could you have a look on this issue? Looks like it could have been introduced when the graph rebuidling changes have been done.
     
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    you guys have tsreader enabled i guess ?
     
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    no idea, does it matter? (.mkv, not .ts)
     
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    TsReader is not used with .mkv.
     
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    my fault :)
     
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    soooo, anyone got any logs for me?
     
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    heres the logs

    flow:
    start
    ->my videos
    play a mkv (avc) with no subs (Star Wars IV.mkv)
    press stop
    _try_ to play a mkv (avc) with subtitle tracks (Under Siege.mkv) (rocks btw)

    (powerdvd avc decoder + ffdshow audio decoder + DirectVobSub)
     
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    Same here, can't play mkv files that use DirectVobSub.

    I was going crazy looking for the solution until I found this thread. It seems the mkv testfile I have in my testfile directory, had subtitles. It is the only mkv file I have that has subtitles.... just added an mkv file without the subs to my test directory....
     
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