[DVD] - DVD Navigation Issue & DVD Playback | Page 2

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 BETA 1' started by Helios61, September 7, 2009.

  1. Helios61
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    Hi pilehave



    Playback in Mediaplayer is working fine!
     
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    Same Problem here!

    DVD playback with Windows MediaPlayer (WIndows 7) is working fine. Mediaportal 1.1.0 Beta is crashing when starting a DVD (testet with 10 different DVDs).
    DVD Playback with the same settings at Mediaportal 1.0.2 works.

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    4 GB RAM
     
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    Same problem here also. Tried on two completely different machines with very different hardware (both Win7 RC Build 7100). Insert a physial DVD freezes MP but ripped copy works OK.

    It's only DVDs, CDs work fine.

    I have a separate problem on one machine (the one with a Satellite card that can tune to HD broadcasts - the other has a DVB-T usb tuner that will only tune SD broadasts). The installation went with no problems. On the satellite/HD system if I tune to an HD channel with DD5.1 I get sound out with no problem. If I tune to an SD channel with "ordinary" sound I get no sound out at all. If I play a ripped DVD with DD5.1 then sound is OK - but if I play a music CD I get no sound at all. On the other system standard dolby encoded CDs and SD TV play OK.

    If I start device manager and look at the default direct sound device I can see that for DD5.1 the SPDIF output is being fed with input - but for CDs it isn't. MP clearly thinks it's playing the disc because I get track info. etc. displayed correctly - just no sound out.

    Would appreciate any ideas on where to look for this - it's clearly an MP problem because no other player gives any problems.
     
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    What Windows 7 version are you using? I use x64 and DVD playback is working but very frequently as described by Helios61. I don't have crashes.
     
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    I'm using Windows 7 Professional x86 RTM Version loaded from MSDNAA.
     
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    Try SAF (Stand Alone Filters) codec pack for MP here on the forum available. It is also for WIN7.
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...-filters-dxva-ready-mpeg2-h-264-vc-1-a-44614/

    But on topic again. Seems to be only crashing on WIN7 x86. DVD navigation issue is on both x86 and x64 and was working on 1.0.2 as reported by Snaeh
     
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    Hi,
    I'm not able to reproduce this on Win7 x64 using default dvd navigator, PDVD9 for video & ffdshow for audio on both ripped/solid/iso's discs.
    So tell me exactly how to reproduce it, step by step ;)

    Regards
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    I've got news for the navigation issue.
    Starting a DVD image from the beginning with menues causes the navigation problem (at 70% of my movies).
    When i stop the movie and resume it directly again (answering Yes to the prompt if i want to continue) it is working all fine (timeline is correct and steps are working).
     
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    Hi Roy, strange is that your system specs show a Vista x64 system :)
    Using SAF?
     
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    When having DVD navigation issues (in menus) make sure that you are using corresponding DVD navigator and MPEG2 decoder (like it says in MP config).
     
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