[vlc-devel] CLI Bindings : AccessViolationException on player

Damien maitredede at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 14:48:34 CET 2009


2009/12/9 Developer <developer at noknok.net>

> Ok, from a command line:
> vlc -I dummy -vvv --extraintf=logger --logfile=z:\ffmpeg\VlcLog.txt
>  "z:\tempdata\sin.avi"

 The program starts, the video plays (directx window) and the log file is
filled with a lot of text.

When launching my program directly from commandline (microsoft framework),
instanciating VLC with same parameters, log file is not created and the
media video seems to be a smiley :
[0x3cacc6c] main playlist debug: adding item `☺' ( ☺ )

When running with Mono, things seems to work better :
[0x201fdac] main playlist debug: adding item `a.avi' ( d:\a.avi )
But without interface, I can't really say if video is really read, since
nothing is shown...

If I remove video from initial parameters and try to create media using
functions, it crashes when calling MediaPlayer.Play() (Microsoft or Mono).

To ease finding a solution, I will try to only use Mono for now, but I will
try to find a workaround for Microsoft framework.

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