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Thread: Bsplayer 1.00 Rc1 Build 805 Released

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    Version 1.00 RC1 Build 805 released (27 Jan 2004)

    - Support for subtitles in OGM files was broken, fixed
    - Broken audio stream switching, fixed

    Version 1.00 RC1 Build 804 released (26 Jan 2004)

    Fixed some bugs with OGM files
    Fixed -asX command line option
    If for ex. second audio stream was choosen and next movie has only one audio stream there was no sound, fixed
    'Add directory' playlist command, didn't add custom defined extension, fixed
    Fixed problem with taskbar
    Fixed bug with subtitles in Matroska files (part of previous subtitle was visible)
    Fixed bug with 'scrambled' subtitles and OSD when 'Draw to overlay surface' option was enabled
    In full screen skins when you move mouse over seek bar, it now shows time and % instead of only %
    Window moving should be more smooth under Win9x now (like in 0.86 versions)
    Added support for (SRT) subtitles embeded in AVI files (created for ex. with AVIMux GUI)
    Added option to choose file name in 'Export bookmarks' dialog
    Added support for multiple audio streams in MPEG files
    It's now possible to assign double click to actions
    Added option to load custom fonts for skins (look in .Baseskin.ini file for syntax)

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    Is this an attempt to overthrow media player classic?

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    Originally posted by Zedaxax@27 January 2004 - 15:45
    Is this an attempt to overthrow media player classic?


    Why should I ?

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    i mentioned this - in relation to the poll which is going on about which player (bs or mpc) should be included in the next K++ bundle - thats all.

    anyway thanks for the link, looks good

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