Go Back   Winamp & Shoutcast Forums > Winamp > Winamp Bug Reports

Closed Thread
Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
Old 25th October 2006, 16:03   #1
DJ Egg
Techorator
Winamp & Shoutcast Team
 
Join Date: Jun 2000
Posts: 35,822
Post All Winamp 5.31 Official Plugin Bug Reports In This Thread

Report ALL Winamp 5.31 Plugin bugs in this thread ONLY.

ALL OTHER REPORTS WILL BE DELETED (YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED).

INCOMPLETE\LAME REPORTS (AKA: IMPOSSIBLE TO REPRODUCE) WILL BE IGNORED.



Here is a LIST of the Official Plugins and their Versions that shipped with 5.31

Input:
Nullsoft CD plug-in (CDDB2) v3.3 [in_cdda.dll]
Nullsoft DirectShow Decoder v1.0 [in_dshow.dll]
Nullsoft FLAC Decoder v1.1.2c [in_flac.dll]
Nullsoft LineIn plugin v3.11 [in_linein.dll]
Nullsoft MIDI player 3.13 [in_midi.dll]
Nullsoft Module Decoder v2.2.3 [in_mod.dll]
Nullsoft MPEG Audio Decoder 4.02 [in_mp3.dll]
Nullsoft MPEG-4 Audio Decoder v1.0 [in_mp4.dll]
Nullsoft NSV Decoder v1.07 [in_nsv.dll]
Nullsoft Vorbis Decoder v1.46 [in_vorbis.dll]
Nullsoft Waveform Decoder v3.1 [in_wave.dll]
Nullsoft Windows Media Decoder 3.23 [in_wm.dll]

Output:
DirectSound Output v2.46 (d) [out_ds.dll]
Waveout output v2.1 (d) [out_wave.dll]
Nullsoft Disk Writer Plug-in v2.11 [out_disk.dll]

Visualization:
Advanced Visualization Studio v2.81c [vis_avs.dll]
MilkDrop 1.04d [vis_milk.dll]
Nullsoft Tiny Fullscreen v2.08 [vis_nsfs.dll]

DSP/FX:
Nullsoft Signal Processing Studio DSP v0.37 [dsp_sps.dll]

CD Ripping Encoders:
AAC/aacPlus Encoder v1.23 [enc_aacplus.dll]
FLAC Encoder (Flake SVN r108) [enc_flac.dll]
MP4 AAC/aacPlus Encoder v1.23 [enc_aacplus.dll]
MP3 Encoder v1.32 [enc_lame.dll] (with lame_enc.dll 3.97)
WAV Output (built-in)
WMA Encoder v1.1 [enc_wma.dll]

General Purpose:
Nullsoft Tray Control v2.0 [gen_tray.dll]
Nullsoft Global Hotkeys v1.31 [gen_hotkeys.dll]
Nullsoft Winamp Library v3.03 [gen_ml.dll]
Nullsoft Modern Skins Support v1.23 [gen_ff.dll]
Jump To File Extra v0.97.7h (Build 57) [gen_jumpex.dll]

Media Library:
Nullsoft Bookmarks v1.02 [ml_bookmarks.dll]
Nullsoft Dashboard v1.0 [ml_dash.dll]
Nullsoft History v1.01 [ml_history.dll]
Nullsoft Local Media v1.03 [ml_local.dll]
Nullsoft Now Playing v2.01 [ml_nowplaying.dll]
Nullsoft Online Services v1.2 [ml_online.dll]
Nullsoft Playlists v1.04 [ml_playlists.dll]
Nullsoft Portable Music Player Support v1.11 [ml_pmp.dll]
Nullsoft Replay Gain Analyzer v1.0 [ml_rg.dll]
Nullsoft Rip & Burn v1.1 [ml_disc.dll]
Nullsoft SHOUTcast Wire v1.05 [ml_wire.dll]
ml_xpdxs (Predixis MusicMagic) v1.0.4 [ml_xpdxs.dll]

Portables:
Nullsoft Creative NJB Plug-in v0.5 [pmp_njb.dll]
Nullsoft iPod Plug-in v0.53 [pmp_ipod.dll]
Nullsoft Microsoft PlaysForSure Plug-in v0.52 [pmp_p4s.dll]
Nullsoft USB Device Plug-in v0.51 [pmp_usb.dll]

____________________________________________________________


Provide the following Information with every Report,
and with every CONFIRMATION of someone else's report:

Winamp 5.31 - clean install (with NO 3rd-party plugins)
Windows OS, including Service Pack
System specs (mobo, cpu, ram)
Video Card, Video Card Drivers version
Sound Card, Sound Card Drivers version
DirectX version
Plugin and Plugin version affected by/causing the bug

A full, detailed, step-by-step method of reproduction

If applicable, also include Error Logs and/or FULL Error Messages.

In order to reproduce some bugs we will also require you to provide us with a link to a (preferably zipped) sample file. You can upload sample files to eg. sendspace.com and then post the link here.


The more information you provide US, the Faster we can or will help you.


Do NOT report ANY 3rd-party plugin bugs/issues here.
Report them to the author(s) instead (and point them to the 5.25 sdk)




Maintained by DJ Egg
DJ Egg is offline  
Old 7th November 2006, 23:33   #2
thbsp
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2006
Posts: 5
mpg playback seeking bug

(i am assuming issues related to .mpg video files are to go here; seems like a plugin issue)

when playing a .mpg file, if you seek to any time at all, playback restarts at the beginning of the file. this happens when using the arrow keys for seeking +/- 5seconds, when using the seek bar in the main player window and when using the 'jump to time' function. the time display shows what the progress of the file would be if the playback had not restarted, and the file does play to completion.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
Sorry, but we can't reproduce this. Bad DirectShow Filters maybe? See here.
thbsp is offline  
Old 9th November 2006, 01:49   #3
thbsp
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2006
Posts: 5
here is a file for which this does occur:
http://xrl.us/s4nq

actually, this happens for all mpg files i've downloaded from www[dot]gamespot[dot]com
this particular file is the smallest one i could find.
this did not, however, occur with versions before 5.3, so it must be some component of winamp and not poorly encoded files on the part of the site.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
Nope. We still can't reproduce the problem. The sample file seeks fine with the arrow keys. At a guess, maybe you're using some 3rd-party video plugin for mpg, or your winamp installation is messed up. Try/confirm a clean install of 5.31 with no 3rd-party plugins.
thbsp is offline  
Old 10th November 2006, 22:01   #4
alexandrus
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Posts: 2
AAC plugin memory leak

The plugin that handles .aac files (i think [in_mp3.dll]) has a memory leak causing winamp to grab more and more memory as it advances to next songs in the playlist.
I've attached a sample file you can add in the playlist multiple times and hit next track while taking a look in the task manager.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
I can't seem to reproduce the problem. Anyone else? I can see memory being used, and then released after... but isn't that normal?
Attached Files
File Type: zip sasha - orbital.zip (69.3 KB, 381 views)
alexandrus is offline  
Old 11th November 2006, 19:49   #5
therrydicule
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Posts: 1
I got a bug...
When i open winamp, he put me an errors message:


Winamp 5.31: winamp.exe - Ordinal untraceable

The Ordinal 2251 is untraceable in the dynamic-link library PX.dll.



Or something like this. This is a translation , because i got it in french.

It's with winamp 5.31, and is the first time a got an errors message with winamp (in 5 years).

I think of it will may be help you for development.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
Not a bug. See here for px.dll errors (related to the Sonic Burning Engine)
therrydicule is offline  
Old 11th November 2006, 23:13   #6
alexandrus
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Posts: 2
Re: AAC plugin memory leak

Quote:
Originally posted by alexandrus
The plugin that handles .aac files (i think [in_mp3.dll]) has a memory leak causing winamp to grab more and more memory as it advances to next songs in the playlist.
I've attached a sample file you can add in the playlist multiple times and hit next track while taking a look in the task manager.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
I can't seem to reproduce the problem. Anyone else? I can see memory being used, and then released after... but isn't that normal?

On my machine the memory isn't released unless I close winamp. After several hours of listenig to aac files winamp takes over 300MB of memory. I can see that memory is being grabed when changing the track to a new file. Use the sample file and keep hiting next.
Take a look at the virtual memory size too in the task manager.

P.S. I've eliminated any possible 3rd party plugins.

Thanks
alexandrus is offline  
Old 12th November 2006, 21:57   #7
avbohemen
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Posts: 2
Sonic engine always fades in start of cd track

I've found a bug in (probably) the Sonic Engine:

When starting audio cd playback (or skipping back or forward to another song on an audio cd), the track always fades in for a moment. This can be very annoying if a track is supposed to start with a "bang". For example, Once by Nightwish, track 9: Ghost Love Score.

My System:
Athlon XP 2400+, ATi All-In-Wonder 9800, 2GB RAM
Plextor 40x SCSI cdrom drive
Plextor 24/12/10x SCSI cdr/w drive
Windows XP SP2 including all security fixes.
Winamp 5.31 clean install

Settings:
in_cdda.dll:
enable dae when possible = on
use sonic engine when possible = on
sample input = on
use cddb = on

out_ds.dll, fading tab:
Everything disabled, all lengts at 0 ms.

Workaround: Clear the "Use Sonic Engine when possible" check makes cd tracks start without fading in, as it should be.

I have not checked if ripped tracks also fade in in the ripped file.
avbohemen is offline  
Old 14th November 2006, 09:28   #8
DJ-Andrey-sXe
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Russia
Posts: 1
Tiny OGG Vorbis file crashes winamp 5.x

Winamp crashes when trying to play tiny OGG Vorbis file.

This ogg file consists of one sample of silence (stereo, 44.1khz).

Some other apps that I tested with this file
decoded it normally.

I have downloaded latest Winamp 5.31 but the bug is still here. It was in all releases from 5.02 (or maybe earler). I tested it on 3 computers (with different hardware) running Windows XP SP2, latest DirectX, latest soundcard drivers. The crash was the same.

The bug can be reproduced by playing this file:
http://upload2.net/page/download/Aiw.../test.ogg.html
mirror: http://up-file.com/download/143be4274692/test.ogg.html
mirror: http://d.turboupload.com/d/1209794/test.ogg.html
Winamp will crash. Try.
DJ-Andrey-sXe is offline  
Old 14th November 2006, 13:49   #9
Koopa
16-Bit Moderator
 
Koopa's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2004
Posts: 4,341
Yeah it crashes Winamp, but other players won't play the file too ('cause it's a zero lenght file, heh), e.g. foobar does nothing.

Devs are already aware about it. So we will see.
Koopa is offline  
Old 14th November 2006, 14:01   #10
Joonas
Forum King
 
Join Date: Mar 2004
Location: Sweden
Posts: 2,263
Re: Re: AAC plugin memory leak

Quote:
Originally posted by alexandrus
On my machine the memory isn't released unless I close winamp. After several hours of listenig to aac files winamp takes over 300MB of memory. I can see that memory is being grabed when changing the track to a new file. Use the sample file and keep hiting next.
Take a look at the virtual memory size too in the task manager.

P.S. I've eliminated any possible 3rd party plugins.

Thanks
I get the same result as Egg. It returns the memory for me too.
Joonas is offline  
Old 16th November 2006, 11:40   #11
Dr4go
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Posts: 1
out_ds.dll bug

Hey guys,

I've found a bug in the out_ds.dll plugin of Winamp. Firstly I've to say, that this bug only occurs in Windows Vista (yes, I know, that it's not out yet, but I'm making only a bug report...).
Secondly it's a clean install of the OS and the newest Winamp (v5.31), the version of the "out_ds.dll" is 2.46 as you've written in the first post of this thread...

When I'm trying to play sound with the out_ds.dll plugin Winamp simple freezes... Well... to be more precise: Winamp doesn't freeze, it tries to play (so the play symbol and progress indication of the track appears), but the track remains frozen at 0:00. If I press at the stop button, Winamp returns to the stop state.
Why I use the word "freeze"? Because if I close Winamp I've to end the Winamp task manually... it simply won't close itself, altough I don't see in in the task bar or systray anymore...

This happens only with the out_ds.dll plugin, but it works fine with the waveout output plugin... the sound plays normally well... quite normally... I hear only sound at the two front speakers... and winamp closes... normally...

Last thing... My sound card: Creative X-Fi with the newest driver for Windows Vista (v2.11.0000 beta).

EDIT: Two little additions... the first strange thing on the out_ds.dll plugin: It doesn't show the correct information of the device info (remember... this screen remains always the same, the buffers don't "run" as they do normally):
Certified: no, emulated: no
Supports sample rates from 100 Hz to 200000 Hz (continuous)
Hardware memory: N/A
Hardware mixing: unsupported
Speaker setup: unknown


Here you have the status with playing sound of the out_ds.dll plugin:
Output format: 44100 Hz, 24 bits per sample, 2 channels
Active buffer size: 2000 ms (529200 bytes)
Device: "02: Speakers (Creative SB X-Fi)"
Mixing: software, primary buffer: inactive

Buffer playback cursor: 0 bytes
[#===============================================================]
Buffer write cursor: 520932 bytes
[===============================================================#]

Data buffered:
Total: 1999 ms (529050 bytes)
Async buffer: 31 ms (8118 bytes)

Buffer locks done: 12
Underruns: 0
Time played: 0:00.000 (0 bytes)
Time written: 0:01.999 (529050 bytes)
Total time played: 0:04.780
Volume: -2.110204 dB / -2.110204 dB


And yes... it happens also with only 16bit playback, tried to disable the hardware acceleration but with no effect and I'd be also available to do a bit of testing for you... so if there is any beta out_ds.dll plugin... thanks...
Dr4go is offline  
Old 21st November 2006, 06:20   #12
pkasting
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Mountain View, CA
Posts: 16
Files with extended characters in path don't appear in media library

Files whose pathnames contain extended characters do not appear in the media library.

Steps to reproduce:
(1) Create a subdirectory whose name contains U+03A9 (Greek capital letter Omega). (I have tried this with various other extended characters as well, such as U+2665 black heart suit, so it's not specific to this character.)
(2) Place some audio files in this subdirectory.
(3) Enqueue or play the files. Note that Winamp plays them successfully.
(3) Attempt to add the audio files to Winamp's media library (for example, by dragging to the ML). Note files do not appear.

As a side note, getting the file properties (alt-3) on an .m4a in such a directory results in a "short" pathname at the top of the window, e.g.:
C:\Music\Own\DISSEC~1\(09)DI~1.M4A
...whereas, when placed in a "normal" subdirectory, the full "long" pathname is shown. For .mp3 files, the full path is shown in both cases.

Winamp 5.31 - clean install (with NO 3rd-party plugins)
Windows XP SP2
Athlon XP "Barton" 2500+ (1.84 GHz), 512 MB RAM, Shuttle MN31N (from memory, could be wrong)
Radeon 9800 PRO (ati2dvag.dll v6.14.0010.6631)
Onboard NVIDIA nForce audio (nvapu.sys v6.14.0442.0030)
DirectX 9.0c
Problematic plugin: gen_ml.dll
pkasting is offline  
Old 7th December 2006, 06:14   #13
notinthemafia
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Posts: 1
Re: mpg playback seeking bug

Quote:
Originally posted by thbsp
(i am assuming issues related to .mpg video files are to go here; seems like a plugin issue)

when playing a .mpg file, if you seek to any time at all, playback restarts at the beginning of the file. this happens when using the arrow keys for seeking +/- 5seconds, when using the seek bar in the main player window and when using the 'jump to time' function. the time display shows what the progress of the file would be if the playback had not restarted, and the file does play to completion.

[Edit --> DJ Egg]
Sorry, but we can't reproduce this. Bad DirectShow Filters maybe? See here.

Same thing happens to me, it sucks. Any one found a fix yet?
notinthemafia is offline  
Old 7th December 2006, 09:25   #14
DrO
 
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 27,873
and this is not the correct thread to report bugs in anymore since we don't support 5.31. also you need to supply system specs, etc as is detailed. locking this thread to let it die as it should have.

-daz
DrO is offline  
Closed Thread
Go Back   Winamp & Shoutcast Forums > Winamp > Winamp Bug Reports

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump