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Win2kSP4 on an athlon64 platform. Any quick hints? Thx, Alfa buzzqw10th December 2004, 08:13quick hints : have you administrative privilegies ? are you playing some movie while installing ? greetings BHH niamh10th December 2004, 17:22install straight after reboot is a hint :) et41520th May 2005, 02:21I have the same problem....initially tried installing just the latest beta...then uninstalled the main program and then tried to reinstall. During main program install, got "error opening file for writing: c:/windows/system32/vobsub.dll." I tried rebooting and trying again, but got the same error. unskinnyboy20th May 2005, 02:56Originally posted by et415 I have the same problem....initially tried installing just the latest beta...then uninstalled the main program and then tried to reinstall. During main program install, got "error opening file for writing: c:/windows/system32/vobsub.dll." I tried rebooting and trying again, but got the same error. Either: a) Uninstall your current version of VobSub before installing AutoGK. OR b) Don't check VobSub to be installed when installing AutoGK. Since you are getting this error even after immediately rebooting, some process which auto-loads on start-up is holding onto this DLL. et41520th May 2005, 23:25I uninstalled vobsub and xvid, and the install worked. Thanks! btw, this is the first time I've had a problem like this. I wonder if there's something wrong with the install program. unskinnyboy20th May 2005, 23:46Originally posted by et415 I uninstalled vobsub and xvid, and the install worked. Thanks! Why did you have to uninstall XviD? Your contention was only with vobsub.dll, right?Originally posted by et415 this is the first time I've had a problem like this. I wonder if there's something wrong with the install program. Nothing wrong with the installation program. Problem was at your end. You had -some- process using the DLL during the install, so the installer was not able to overwrite the DLL with the current version. Anyway, glad it worked for you. et41521st May 2005, 00:19Originally posted by unskinnyboy Why did you have to uninstall XviD? Your contention was only with vobsub.dll, right?Nothing wrong with the installation program. Problem was at your end. You had -some- process using the DLL during the install, so the installer was not able to overwrite the DLL with the current version. After getting the vobsub error and pressing ignore, then the same message came

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Translation packages Support FAQ Forums Contribution Beta-testing Donate RSS Welcome Username: Password: Remember me [ Signup ] [ Forgot password? ] [ Resend Activation Email ] FAQRandom FAQDoes AVI ReComp support other than Xvid codecs?RSS http://www.avirecomp.com/e107_plugins/forum/forum_viewtopic.php?3089 Feeds Our forum posts can be syndicated by using these http://forum.bsplayer.com/general-talk-support/17422-problem-displaying-vobsub-subtitles.html rss feeds. DonationsYou can make a donation online using the button below if you have a credit card or a PayPal account.W3C Compliance Powered by Forums AVI ReComp Home Page :: Forums :: AVI ReComp :: Questions & Troubleshooting vobsub error << Previous thread | Next thread >> Virtualdub filter Proxy: error calling start proc Moderators: Krzychu, Prozac, munky-head, jrfer, Barough Author Post gracefulmoonie Thu, 19 Jun 2008, 02:45 AM Registered Member #1262 Joined: Thu, 19 Jun 2008, 02:25 AM Posts: 2 A job failed.The complete error message from virtualdub is vobsub error opening as follows:virtual dub filter proxy: error calling start proc(C:documents and setting\ compaq owner\application Data\avi recomp\......)I am guessing this had to do with my subtitle file. but when i installed avirecomp today- there was an error installing vobsub:error opening file for writing: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\vobsub.dll" okay here is the log for the failed job: Thanks in advance..please help????**6/18/2008 7:32:15 PM** Getting informations... - OS info: Microsoft Windows XP/Home Edition/Service Pack 2/(Build 2600) - AVI ReComp version: 1.4.1 - VirtualDubMod version: 1.5.10.2 - XviD version: 1.1.3 final - AviSynth version: 2.5.7.0 - Turbo mode: no - B-VOPs disabled: no - Input file: C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Owner\My Documents\Spotlight_Korean Drama\Spotlight.E06.KOR.080529.HDTV.XviD-Ental.avi - Output file: C:\Documents and Settings\Compaq_Owner\My Documents\Spotlight_Korean Drama\Spotlight.E06.KOR.080529.HDTV.XviD-Ental_new.avi - Input size: 611700736 bytes / 583.36 MB - Total frames: 106324 - FPS: 29.970 - Source compressor: XviD - Source resolution: 640x352 - Target size: 584 MB - Audio: mp3 - Audio conversion: no - Subt

about BS.Player and other video and audio multimedia players. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes #1 (permalink) 14th August 2012 nemmy Junior Member BS.Player Newbie Join Date: Aug 2012 Posts: 8 Rep Power: 0 Problem with displaying VobSub subtitles Hi. The problem I'm having has me kinda baffled and I'm out of ideas. The following happens when I try to play x264 files. When there are soft-coded subtitles in the file, and those are bitmaps, they play just fine, turn on and off as I want. When they are VobSub subtitles, I get the following error msg: A decoder for the new track could not be found. Track type: VobSub. I click okay, the player goes to a black screen and then nothing. Now I know it's not the file itself that's screwy, because when I use a thumbnailing program, it creates those just fine. Under Options > Preferences > Subtitles on the VobSub tab, 'Enable VobSub support' has been checked. Using BS Player 2.58 build 1058 on a Win7 64bit system Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Spurl this Post! Reddit! MySpace #2 (permalink) 15th August 2012 adicoto Moderator BS.Player Master Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Romania Age: 49 Posts: 5,114 Rep Power: 24 VobSub <=> bitmaps. I understand that if the subtittles are in an external file, they work OK but if the subtitles are internal (included into the MKV file) you get the error message ? Can you post here file specifications and which filters are used to decode such files ? Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Spurl this Post! Reddit! MySpace #3 (permalink) 15th August 2012 nemmy Junior Member BS.Player Newbie Join Date: Aug 2012 Posts: 8 Rep Power: 0 No, the subtitles are included in the file. As for the info you asked for, would post it if I knew what you meant :) Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Spurl this Post! Reddit! MySpace #4 (permalink) 15th August 2012 adicoto Moderator BS.Player Master Join Date: Jan 2003 Location: Romania Ag

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