b1: volume not remembered for videos

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b1: volume not remembered for videos

Post by ckit » Sun Dec 18, 2005 10:33 am

This is an old bug that started with the 1.80's right up to now. Open a video with XnView and the volume is 0% raise it to 100%, exit XnView and restart the volume is still 0%.

The bug seems to apply to all video clips (AVI,MPG,MOV,WMV)
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Re: b1: volume not remembered for videos

Post by xnview » Sun Dec 18, 2005 2:25 pm

ckit wrote:This is an old bug that started with the 1.80's right up to now. Open a video with XnView and the volume is 0% raise it to 100%, exit XnView and restart the volume is still 0%.

The bug seems to apply to all video clips (AVI,MPG,MOV,WMV)
I have reproduce it only one :-( Do you have a way to reproduce it always?
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Re: b1: volume not remembered for videos

Post by helmut » Sun Dec 18, 2005 4:17 pm

ckit wrote:This is an old bug that started with the 1.80's right up to now. Open a video with XnView and the volume is 0% raise it to 100%, exit XnView and restart the volume is still 0%.

The bug seems to apply to all video clips (AVI,MPG,MOV,WMV)
Reproduced here with the steps you have described (Windows XP SP2).

When opening the xnview.ini file one can see that the 'Volume' value written is wrong:

[Player]
SoundOn=1
Volume=0

It's not always wrong, but most of the time.

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Re: b1: volume not remembered for videos

Post by xnview » Sun Dec 18, 2005 4:57 pm

helmut wrote:
ckit wrote:This is an old bug that started with the 1.80's right up to now. Open a video with XnView and the volume is 0% raise it to 100%, exit XnView and restart the volume is still 0%.

The bug seems to apply to all video clips (AVI,MPG,MOV,WMV)
Reproduced here with the steps you have described (Windows XP SP2).

When opening the xnview.ini file one can see that the 'Volume' value written is wrong:

[Player]
SoundOn=1
Volume=0

It's not always wrong, but most of the time.
Xnview - Browser, open a video in view mode?
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Re: b1: volume not remembered for videos

Post by helmut » Sun Dec 18, 2005 5:14 pm

xnview wrote:
helmut wrote:...
When opening the xnview.ini file one can see that the 'Volume' value written is wrong:

[Player]
SoundOn=1
Volume=0

It's not always wrong, but most of the time.
Xnview - Browser, open a video in view mode?
Exactly.
1.) Open Browser
2.) Double-Click on Video (Image view will open and video will play)
3.) Set volume to 100%
4.) Close image view and exit XnView
Start XnView and open video, again. Volume will be 0. :bug:

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Post by ckit » Mon Dec 19, 2005 12:39 pm

This appears to be fixed in Beta 2.
I'll keep a close eye on it for now though.
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Post by Dreamer » Mon Dec 19, 2005 10:23 pm

ckit wrote:This appears to be fixed in Beta 2.
I'll keep a close eye on it for now though.
OK, therefore will be moved to "Solved..." with shadow.

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