crash while setting command line option in windows 10

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crash while setting command line option in windows 10

Postby drmille » Thu Jan 05, 2017 7:07 pm

Hello, when I start smplayer and open an audio-cd smplayer crashes, "Oops, something ....." Mplayer / mpv has finished unexpectedly. Exit Code: 1.

Log:
C:/Program Files/SMPlayer/mpv/mpv.exe --no-config --no-quiet --terminal --no-msg-color --input-file=/dev/stdin --no-fs --hwdec=no --sub-auto=fuzzy --priority=normal --no-input-default-bindings --input-vo-keyboard=no --no-input-cursor --cursor-autohide=no --no-keepaspect --wid=1774002 --monitorpixelaspect=1 --osd-scale=1 --sub-ass --embeddedfonts --sub-ass-line-spacing=0 --sub-scale=1 --sub-font=Arial --sub-color=#ffffffff --sub-shadow-color=#ff000000 --sub-border-color=#ff000000 --sub-border-size=0.75 --sub-shadow-offset=2.5 --sub-codepage=utf8:ISO-8859-1 --sub-pos=100 --volume=50 --cdrom-device=F: --cache=auto --osd-level=0 --screenshot-template=cap_%F_%p_%02n --screenshot-format=jpg --screenshot-directory=C:\Users\Vail\Pictures\smplayer_screenshots --audio-channels=2 --audio-pitch-correction=yes --af-add=equalizer=0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0 --volume-max=100 --term-playing-msg=MPV_VERSION=${=mpv-version:}
INFO_VIDEO_WIDTH=${=width}
INFO_VIDEO_HEIGHT=${=height}
INFO_VIDEO_ASPECT=${=video-aspect}
INFO_VIDEO_FPS=${=container-fps:${=fps}}
INFO_VIDEO_FORMAT=${=video-format}
INFO_VIDEO_CODEC=${=video-codec}
INFO_AUDIO_FORMAT=${=audio-codec-name}
INFO_AUDIO_CODEC=${=audio-codec}
INFO_AUDIO_RATE=${=audio-params/samplerate}
INFO_AUDIO_NCH=${=audio-params/channel-count}
INFO_LENGTH=${=duration:${=length}}
INFO_DEMUXER=${=current-demuxer:${=demuxer}}
INFO_SEEKABLE=${=seekable}
INFO_TITLES=${=disc-titles}
INFO_CHAPTERS=${=chapters}
INFO_TRACKS_COUNT=${=track-list/count}
METADATA_TITLE=${metadata/by-key/title:}
METADATA_ARTIST=${metadata/by-key/artist:}
METADATA_ALBUM=${metadata/by-key/album:}
METADATA_GENRE=${metadata/by-key/genre:}
METADATA_DATE=${metadata/by-key/date:}
METADATA_TRACK=${metadata/by-key/track:}
METADATA_COPYRIGHT=${metadata/by-key/copyright:}
INFO_MEDIA_TITLE=${=media-title:}
--term-status-msg=STATUS: ${=time-pos} / ${=duration:${=length:0}} P: ${=pause} B: ${=paused-for-cache} I: ${=core-idle} cdda://1

Error parsing option cdrom-device (option not found)
Setting command line option '--cdrom-device=F:' failed.
Exiting... (Fatal error)


I used to use smplayer whit the same windows system, windows 10, after a computer crash I had to reassemble my pc ans experience rhe problem.
Does that mean, the command line option is false or the setting failed? How to solve the problem?

Thanks, Martin
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Re: crash while setting command line option in windows 10

Postby rvm » Thu Jan 05, 2017 7:21 pm

It looks like the --cdrom-device option is not available in mpv. Try using mplayer instead (preferences -> general, set mplayer as multimedia engine) and see if it works.
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Re: crash while setting command line option in windows 10

Postby drmille » Tue Jan 10, 2017 9:02 pm

Hello, mplayer tried as well, same problem. I copied the audio-cd to the hard disc drive, that works. But I can't imagine the problem to be not fixable.
Greeds Martin
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Re: crash while setting command line option in windows 10

Postby rvm » Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:47 am

Just to be sure, have you selected the correct drive letter in preferences -> drives?
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Re: crash while setting command line option in windows 10

Postby rvm » Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:17 pm

I was finally able to test with an audio-cd. Yes, audio-cd playback is broken with mpv (maybe it's not compiled with audio-cd support on windows). But it works fine with mplayer, so be sure you're using the correct drive letter.
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