[vlc-devel] [VLC] #4671: Windows GDI Crashes When Changing Videos

Brad Smith bradsmithsite at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 18:58:23 CEST 2011

No, same story with the nightly build. Freezes sporadically with Windows GDI (with or without a DirectX application running).


I’m running Windows XP SP3 with a GEFORCE 8600GT and a 2.4 GHz Quad Core.


Only freezes between video changes, NOT once the video is playing.


Can you make an incident log for this bug please.


Also, what does the “road cone” represent with the player? It’s revolting. Can’t you suggest that it be changed to something related to media? The “road cone” is stupid. End of story. J



Brad Smith

brad at nadolaboratories.com




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Subject: Re: [VLC] #4671: Windows GDI Crashes When Changing Videos


#4671: Windows GDI Crashes When Changing Videos



Reporter:  bradsmithsite             |        Owner:               

     Type:  defect                    |       Status:  new          

 Priority:  normal                    |    Milestone:  Bugs paradize

Component:  Video: DirectX / glwin32  |      Version:  master       

 Severity:  normal                    |     Keywords:               

 Platform:  Win32                     |   Difficulty:  unknown      

      Wip:  Not started               |  




Comment(by jb):


Could you be nice enough to test VLC 1.2.0 from nightlies.videolan.org and  see if the issue is still there?



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