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Laaca(R)

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Czech republic,
21.03.2010, 14:35
 

Crash when runnig Win version of MPXplay via HX (DOSX)

I tried the FTP DOS version of MPXPLAY. It didn't work for me.
So I wanted to try the Win32 version via HX.
But it doesn't work. It even does not print any mesage like "Function XY is missing" but it just crashes. Can be something done with it?

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DOS386(R)

22.03.2010, 08:19

@ Laaca
 

Crash when runnig Win version of MPXplay via HX | FTP | FAR

> I tried the FTP DOS version of MPXPLAY. It didn't work for me.

Confirm, known issue, see SF MPXPLAY forum.

> So I wanted to try the Win32 version via HX. But it doesn't work.

Why ??? No sound, and FTP used to work for you in FAR manager (but what's the lincense of the thing ???).

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Japheth(R)

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Germany (South),
22.03.2010, 08:25

@ DOS386
 

Crash when runnig Win version of MPXplay via HX | FTP | FAR

> Why ??? No sound, and FTP used to work for you in FAR manager (but what's
> the lincense of the thing ???).

For me sound works - to some degree. The best variant is to select the "wavemapper" card (-scs win). However, there's a problem with timing - the sound cursor "jumps" pretty often.

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Mpxplay(R)

30.03.2010, 08:30

@ DOS386
 

Crash when runnig Win version of MPXplay via HX | FTP | FAR

> > I tried the FTP DOS version of MPXPLAY. It didn't work for me.
>
> Confirm, known issue, see SF MPXPLAY forum.
>

Try again with beta 3 ...
Yeah and we would be happy, if DOS386 could share the used wattcp.cfg file with us... (email for me, I put it in the Mpxplay-WATTCP release)

> For me sound works - to some degree. The best variant is to select the "wavemapper" card (-scs win).
> However, there's a problem with timing - the sound cursor "jumps" pretty often.

DOS version for DOS, Win version for Windows... :)
I haven't tested the Win32 version under HX, but -bn8 option can help at the timing problems. But then the pre-buffering will not work...

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