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Partfile Plugin For Vlc 1.0.5 Download it here...

#41 User is offline   PacoBell 

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 01:01 AM

QQ, on Feb 14 2005, 01:21 PM, said:

now if only we could track what did they change, and make our own demuxing plugin;p
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Well, technically you can. All their previous source is available on on their site. It's just gonna be a bugger of a time sorting it all out :cry2:

QQ, on Feb 14 2005, 01:28 PM, said:

his one offered different types of processing gaps, but unfortunately didnt work as good as 0.6.2 either :(
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"different types"? What exactly do you mean by that? You mean his plugin honored the AVI structures, keyframes, etc.?
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Posted 15 February 2005 - 03:36 PM

no. it allowed to fill gaps with zeroes, remove them, or do something else.. which doesnt really matter cause it's still "broken";) so it didnt really work good :(
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Posted 15 February 2005 - 09:35 PM

IT WORKS IT WORKS! :D

Theres 1 thing though, you have to change the settings around to get it to work when you preview different files. There the same file type, AVIs. Maybe different codects and stuff. Anyone else get this problem?
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Posted 16 February 2005 - 02:53 PM

Thanks for your work.
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 04:17 PM

when i see a video preview in emule using videolan i would like see in navigation play bar of videolan marked zone where video preview is available so i don't must scrolling randomly with mouse to search available parts for preview...
it's possible insert this feature in plugin???
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Posted 22 February 2005 - 05:41 PM

The partfile plugin for VLC already extracts all the complete blocks from the gaplist and concatenates them into a new contiguous stream. Therefore, all the parts are available for preview. Now, whether those parts will be seekable is another matter entirely. Since the plugin doesn't go so far as to scan for AVI structure compliance or attempt to crop to keyframe boundaries, seeking will generally be rough indeed. HTH.
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Posted 08 March 2005 - 04:14 PM

Hi,

first thanks to Cybermutant for the work on updating the plugin.
I myself (tried to) adapt(ed) the old source for 0.7.2 to vlc 0.8.1 (and even gcc) these days (sure, before I found it here ;-) ).
Athough my binary worked, I doesn't really analyzed the whole source or even tried to make it better. However, my source differs only little to Cybermutant's.

My question now is:
Are there any plans to make Cybermutant's version the new official plugin now (if the eMule Team is interested), since little has changed in the partfile-specific code? I ask this because Cybermutant's version is hard to find if you don't know were to search, and the eMule Development Forum is only visible to registered members, so only these can get the downloadlink of the plugin :( .


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Posted 04 April 2005 - 07:06 PM

Hi Cybermutant

First of all, thank you very much for having coded this updated plugin... as far as previews are concerned it is working flawlessly.

There is however one problem with the plugin: Ever since I installed it I can no longer use VLC as a standard player. When I try to open a file with VLC it crashes returning the following error:

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If I delete the partfile plugin dll it goes back to normal so it's definitely pinpointed to the plugin.

I got used to using VLC as a player because it is codec independant, so I usually reccomend people to use it instead of going on and on looking for decent codec packs. I also have ffdshow installed so it's no big deal if I can't use VLC as a player, and I can always reinstall it in a separate folder to use one as player and the other as previewer, but it would be nice to have it back to 100% while the partfile plugin is present.

Do you think this can be fixed?

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Posted 06 April 2005 - 09:05 PM

Surely it can be fixed, but we need to identify what's causing the crash. I'll have a few questions for you:

- Are you using the exact original VLC 0.8.1 binary release from VideoLAN, or did you build it from the source code yourself?
- Are you using the partfile access module binary I have released here or, again, is it a custom build?
- What are your partfile access module settings (have you enabled the "handle all files" option for instance)?
- How do you open the files (from VLC File->Open menu, drag&drop, double-click on file... )?
- Does the crash occur with every file you try to open, or is it limited to files of some specific type, size, extension, audio/video codec, etc?

Unless you enable the "handle all files" option, the plugin first looks for a matching part.met, if it can't find one, it just quits with a message telling VLC it doesn't support the file and VLC keeps trying other access modules. This is quite a simple operation and shouldn't crash VLC (at least I wouldn't expect it to). Maybe I did miss some tiny detail in the code, I don't know. We'll see :)

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Posted 07 April 2005 - 12:24 PM

CyberMutant would you care to check out this link and read the forum and tell me if you can help with a problem im having! Thanx.

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Posted 11 April 2005 - 01:14 AM

Cybermutant, on Apr 6 2005, 09:05 PM, said:

Surely it can be fixed, but we need to identify what's causing the crash. I'll have a few questions for you:

- Are you using the exact original VLC 0.8.1 binary release from VideoLAN, or did you build it from the source code yourself?
Original binary


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- What are your partfile access module settings (have you enabled the "handle all files" option for instance)?
I did have the "handle all files" option selected actually, and the problem does disappear if I unselect it.


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- How do you open the files (from VLC File->Open menu, drag&drop, double-click on file... )?
Either by drag and drop or open option in the file menu.


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- Does the crash occur with every file you try to open, or is it limited to files of some specific type, size, extension, audio/video codec, etc?
Every single file, what ever the format or multimedia content


Well, deselecting the handle all files option certainly worked around the crash, so the problem is getting more and more irrelevant... still, it does crash if the mentioned option is on, as avoidable as this crash may be.

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Posted 12 April 2005 - 12:25 AM

PhiloHippus, on Apr 11 2005, 03:14 AM, said:

Well, deselecting the handle all files option certainly worked around the crash, so the problem is getting more and more irrelevant... still, it does crash if the mentioned option is on, as avoidable as this crash may be.
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The "Handle all files" option was added by the original author of the plugin to work around a bug in VLC's own file access module at the time. I believe that bug has already been fixed in VLC, but I wasn't 100% sure and so I decided to keep the option, just in case. I don't think there's any real benefit in enabling this option with the current versions of VLC anymore, and I will probably remove it in the next release of the plugin. You may safely leave it disabled for now :)
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Posted 19 April 2005 - 01:43 AM

can you tell me where l can find the part file plugin to work with 8.0 please.


Cybermutant, on Feb 4 2005, 01:20 PM, said:

Edit: The new version of the plugin is available now, get it here:And this was the first post:
I have updated the VLC part file plugin to work with the 0.8.1 version of VideoLAN Client, and if possible, I'd like to have the developers' (and especially Bluecow's) opinion/approval first before releasing it. I know that Bluecow has retired from eMule development, I tried to PM him anyway but my message was not delivered (Inbox full). If the other devs are able to reach him, or if someone has taken over the plugin project from Bluecow, please let me know.

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Posted 21 April 2005 - 11:58 PM

tell, on Apr 19 2005, 03:43 AM, said:

can you tell me where l can find the part file plugin to work with 8.0 please.


By the time I started work on the plugin, VLC had already hit version 0.8.1; so there has never been a plugin for the 0.8.0 version.
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Posted 05 May 2005 - 08:26 PM

Hello Cybermutant,

I am using aMule 2.0.0 with vlc 0.8.1 on SuSE Linux 9.3.

Now I want to use the partfile plugn with the Linux version of vlc.

I have downloaded the vlc sources, libs and the source code for the partfile
plugin.

I have made the changes in

/home/username/vlc-0.8.1/configure.ac
/home/username/vlc-0.8.1/modules/access/Modules.am

as stated.

.....

But since we only want the plugin, we'll
take a shortcut. Run the "toolbox" script as follows in order to generate some
necessary include files:

.... After
prompt> ./toolbox --update-includes

A "Make" in ./modules/access didn't build the partfile plugin.

What's wrong here? The other "standard" plugins were built without any error.

What must I do to build this plugin correctly under Linux?

A step by step guide might be helpful.

best regards
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Posted 08 May 2005 - 05:36 PM

the plugins works very well for mpeg files... but when i try to play incomplete part file of an AVI... vlc stop to reproduce at the first gap.
Is this normal?
I've selected all in the "emule Part file input" of plugin.
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Posted 08 May 2005 - 11:58 PM

starbuck28, on May 5 2005, 10:26 PM, said:

What must I do to build this plugin correctly under Linux?

A step by step guide might be helpful.
Honestly, I have no experience building VLC under Linux. However, the Cygwin environment is quite similar to Linux and I had thought that the build procedure would be the same. You say that other standard modules are built without problems; do you see any error messages relating to the part file module during the build?

PS: In Windows, it is possible to build only the part file module by typing make libaccess_partfile_plugin.dll in modules/access. Under Linux, that will probably be something like make libaccess_partfile_plugin.so.

gulp, on May 8 2005, 07:36 PM, said:

the plugins works very well for mpeg files... but when i try to play incomplete part file of an AVI... vlc stop to reproduce at the first gap.
Is this normal?
I've selected all in the "emule Part file input" of plugin.
De-select "Provide seekable stream" options of AVI part files and other part files, and also don't "enable the plugin for all types of files". These options make the preview of AVI files more difficult.
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Post icon  Posted 26 June 2005 - 09:49 AM

VLC 0.8.2 Final is available.
Perhaps you can update the plugin?

THX!
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Posted 26 June 2005 - 11:33 AM

thx for the plugin
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Posted 26 June 2005 - 09:20 PM

can't wait for the 0.8.2 update

this really is a helpfull plug-in

thx for the work
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