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TCPMP new VS2008 builds for WM6.1 with FLV built in

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10th February 2010, 01:46 AM   |  #461  
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I find that adding a reg dword (where the name is the same as the file name and value is 1) to HKLM\System\Loader\LoadModuleLow fixes most crashes in TCPMP I ever experienced.

That's one of the things I added to the setup I made (for personal usage) using components from different builds I found scattered all over the web.

And there are some is at least this avc plugin source. I'd really want to see how it behaves (if anyone here could compile it... and compile the rest of this player version).
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10th February 2010, 03:24 PM   |  #462  
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Here it is I've compiled TCPMPmx27 from sources given, but it crashes on my device when i try to play .mp4 file
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11th February 2010, 12:52 AM   |  #463  
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Thanks will try!

EDIT:

There was no mpeg4.plg in the pack. Nevertheless I tried it but avc plugin crashed the player when I tried to play a video in h264.
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11th February 2010, 09:41 AM   |  #464  
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Well the project in the source code was set up to compile only those plugins that I've attached. I'm assuming that ffmpeg.plg is used for both mpeg4 and h264 decoding. Also the TCPMPmx27 on sourceforge states that it ads hardware decoding so I'm guessing that we don't have proper hardware, or some additional steps needed to get it built properly.
14th February 2010, 08:39 PM   |  #465  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by frmariam

I find that adding a reg dword (where the name is the same as the file name and value is 1) to HKLM\System\Loader\LoadModuleLow fixes most crashes in TCPMP I ever experienced.

That's one of the things I added to the setup I made (for personal usage) using components from different builds I found scattered all over the web.

And there are some is at least this avc plugin source. I'd really want to see how it behaves (if anyone here could compile it... and compile the rest of this player version).

Your version the same. Black screen no controls etc.It got stuck too playing 1 song online.Softreset needed.

The below version is working. I put GDI on on my TOPAZ
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=443
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14th February 2010, 10:38 PM   |  #466  
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Ok guys I've been working silently on an update of TCPMP and decided to share it with you. So this update is based on milesowbray's source and includes:

equalizer problem fix
updated flac library (version 1.21)
newest ffmpeg static build (can decode flv1 and flv4 but unfortunately still no h264 support in flv container)
updated matroska parser now can parse matroska 2.0 format
added subtitle support from existing sources on sourceforge
recompiled wavpack.plg with cegcc now it works but crashes the player when song is repeated
(wil give proper credits to people whose work is included when finish my work)

Some considerations: flac ffmpeg and wavpack plugins were compiled using cegcc in some cases problems can occur as they tend not to load on newer roms, the existing solutions are to add values to registry
or to pack plugins with upx. I've chosen second option so after installation all plugins should work .

Also I'm working on some simple skin support for TCPMP wich is not ready for release, sorry too many bugs.

Also attaced another version of ffmpeg.plg which works a bit faster on my device please let me know wich one is better for your device

The files below are very experimental previews and needs a lot of testing I'm not taking any responsibility, use it on your own risk.

Greetings from Lithuania!!!
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File Type: cab New-good-ol-TCPMP.CAB - [Click for QR Code] (1.98 MB, 221 views)
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15th February 2010, 12:19 AM   |  #467  
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nice! a new release!
@hendrixus

Your's is actually my first feedback in 100 downloads (so thanks ). I never experienced a freeze while streaming (only choppy streaming deppending on media or signal)... Also what do you mean with "black screen"? If you just can't see the buttons it may be a conflict with your theme (black ?)... My pack has uses the player.exe, interface.plg and common dll that were compiled from milesmowbray sources by invar (because it increases the address max char limit thus allowing to stream from Youtube) so it would be normal getting some of the issues as the version in the first post of this thread.

Try changin the theme color to see if you get the buttons.





@ bimbam69

Nice to see a new release! Thank you for picking this app! Will try.

I have collected a lot of different sources of TCPMP I found and which may interest you. Among them are sources of flv1/flv4 plugins (ffmpeg based), subtitle "plugin" (really needs to be made into an independent component... and have Intel XScale added) and even one that one with the hw decodeing avc plugin variant. Link is in my signature (I've written small readmes with info about what the sources and binaries (including my package) contain aswell as links to the authors).

Also make sure you release your sources
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15th February 2010, 12:39 AM   |  #468  
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Do you try this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=484995
15th February 2010, 03:07 AM   |  #469  
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@ bimbam69

Your version is great!
Only issue I found so far is that it crashes if I try to stream from Youtube using WVD (works with other website...). But By using the flv plugin (and splitter) from Sourceforge it works (so it's source can be of use).

The cab only installs to internal memory (not the sd card...) but that's easy to fix.

One thing I noticed in eoc builds (TCPMP GF5500) is he edited the lang_std.txt (inside the language.tgz) in such a way that he made TCPMP use the WMP dlls (in the rom) to play wma and wmv (makes these files show in TCPMP file browser and TCPMP plays them). I added his version to my pack for that reason. Might be worth looking at ( also I once found a rmsplitter.plg that could maybe be used to add RealMedia to TCPMP in a similar way ?... using the link in my sig it's in the binaries folder).
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15th February 2010, 02:59 PM   |  #470  
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To fmariam

Thanks for your feedback and suggestions I will have a look, but must say that I'm probably not going to work on subtitle add-on. I've added it as I wanted it to be compatible with my build.

As for fvl1 and flv4 plug-ins they are implemented into ffmpeg.plg and splitter.plg. Sources of flv1 plug-in are from sourceforge and were present in milesmowbray's TCPMP source
took flv4 (version 0.55) sources from nsft.108shiki.com/soft/
The reason for doing so is that it would reduce size of build and keep it in one peace rather than having flvsplitter.plg flvffmpeg.plg and flv4splitter.plg flv4ffmpeg.plg

As for streaming crash there is some kind weird issue. I've recompiled a new splitter.plg (attached below) and now it doesn't crash when streaming form youtube.
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