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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0000289madVRbugpublic2015-05-10 11:522015-05-11 12:11
Assigned Tomadshi 
PlatformOSWindows 7 64bitOS Version
Summary0000289: 0.88.1 Breaks Zoom Player 'madVR API' Option
DescriptionWhen madVR v0.88.1 is installed, the Zoom Player Control Bar functions are broken when the "Display OSD through MadVR's OSD API" option is enabled. Version 0.87.21 does not have this issue.
Steps To Reproduce1. In Zoom Player, enable "Display OSD through MadVR's OSD API".
2. Start a video playing, and go fullscreen in Zoom Player.
3. When in fullscreen, bring up the Control Bar (eg via Space).
4. Click the "Fullscreen/Restore" button on the Control Bar.
5. Instead of swapping back to windowed mode, it brings up the nav interface. Same goes for the 'exit player' button if you enable it on the Control Bar.
Additional InformationOnly occurs with "Display OSD through MadVR's OSD API" option enabled. No issues in v0.87.21. Irrelevant if FSE mode is disabled or enabled in madVR, also irrelevant if the new DirectX 11 presentation mode is enabled or disabled.

Originally reported here, I can reproduce as well: [^]
TagsNo tags attached.
madVR Version0.88.1
Media Player (with version info)Zoom Player v10.1 Beta 1
Splitter (with version info)LAV v0.65
Decoder (with version info)LAV v0.65
DecodingDXVA2 Copyback
Deinterlacingauto mode
DXVA2 Scaling Activeno
Aero / Desktop CompositionOn
Problem occurs with modeall modes
GPU ManufacturerNVidia
GPU ModelGTX 660-Ti
GPU Driver Version350.12
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madshi (administrator)
2015-05-10 14:19

Will be fixed in the next build.
romulous (reporter)
2015-05-11 11:00

Ok, tested 0.88.2. It fixes the original problem, but causes another bug as a side effect.

Version 0.88.2 will now cause Zoom to crash instantly when you try and toggle the madVR API option. All you need to do is to start Zoom with the option disable. Open a video file and start it playing. Go back into Zoom's options and enable the madVR API option. Click Ok to the pop-up dialog that says you have to reload the currently playing media file and then click Ok to exit back to Zoom. Hit Shift+J to reload the media file, and instant crash.
madshi (administrator)
2015-05-11 11:37

Will be fixed in the next build.
romulous (reporter)
2015-05-11 11:48

Thanks. This may be related - but we have a report (which I can reproduce) that just simply stopping a video file playing (by clicking the Stop button) will cause Zoom to hang (on my system, it also causes 100% CPU and requires Task Manager to close it) with 0.88.2 and the madVR API option enabled. Is this the same sort of crash that will be fixed in the next build?
madshi (administrator)
2015-05-11 12:11

Yes, that's the same problem. v0.88.2 has a serious bug that occurs every time madVR is closed.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2015-05-10 11:52 romulous New Issue
2015-05-10 14:19 madshi Note Added: 0001000
2015-05-10 14:19 madshi Status new => closed
2015-05-10 14:19 madshi Assigned To => madshi
2015-05-10 14:19 madshi Resolution open => fixed
2015-05-11 11:00 romulous Note Added: 0001003
2015-05-11 11:00 romulous Status closed => feedback
2015-05-11 11:00 romulous Resolution fixed => reopened
2015-05-11 11:05 madshi Status feedback => assigned
2015-05-11 11:37 madshi Note Added: 0001005
2015-05-11 11:37 madshi Status assigned => closed
2015-05-11 11:37 madshi Resolution reopened => fixed
2015-05-11 11:48 romulous Note Added: 0001007
2015-05-11 11:48 romulous Status closed => feedback
2015-05-11 11:48 romulous Resolution fixed => reopened
2015-05-11 12:11 madshi Note Added: 0001008
2015-05-11 12:11 madshi Status feedback => closed
2015-05-11 12:11 madshi Resolution reopened => fixed

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