Author Topic: XMPlay SID plugin  (Read 290323 times)

raina

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #75 on: 8 Aug '05 - 17:05 »
Thanks again! :)

Torkell

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #76 on: 8 Aug '05 - 17:11 »
As a suggestion, how about checking for supported CPU extensions and only using ones supported on the current processor. It's probably safe to assume MMX, but anything above that should be checked for.

raina

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #77 on: 8 Aug '05 - 17:57 »
It's probably safe to assume MMX
Hey, what about my Cyrix 6x86 box then?! ;)

Torkell

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #78 on: 8 Aug '05 - 22:48 »
It's probably safe to assume MMX
Hey, what about my Cyrix 6x86 box then?! ;)
Okay, it's not safe to assume MMX then.

I trust noones going to object to x87? Or do we still have people using a 286 here?

Dotpitch

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #79 on: 9 Aug '05 - 12:42 »
Or do we still have people using a 286 here?
can you get win95 running on a 286 AND play sids without stuttering? :o

arfy

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #80 on: 29 Nov '05 - 05:12 »
Hi, excellent plugin! I'm *this close* to deleting sidplay2/windows... but there's just one small bug. The starting song of a sid doesn't seem to be honored - all sids start at song one. The start song field of the info is displayed correctly though.

thanks.


Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #81 on: 29 Nov '05 - 07:49 »
As far as I know that's impossible with the current plugin interface. I could rearrange subsongs internally but that would be just too cheap! ;)

arfy

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #82 on: 29 Nov '05 - 09:08 »
Ah well, in that case, no prob. Just thought it might have been a bug in the plugin itself.
Love the ability to seek through a sid! sure beets having to speed up the sid just to find a good part. grin.

thanks

raina

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #83 on: 29 Nov '05 - 10:40 »
I think starting at subsong #1 always is a good thing. Don't have to touch the player at all after building a playlist. Wouldn't be like that if the default subsong would be, say 5, and you want to listen to subsongs 1-4 too.

arfy

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #84 on: 30 Nov '05 - 10:35 »
Hay, another feature I liked, especially in the old sidplay/dos, was the ability to mute sid voices with the 1-4 keys. Could a similar feature be worked into the plugin? I know that this was available in sidplay/windows, but it's not in sidplay2/windows.


Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #85 on: 3 Jan '06 - 07:42 »
New stuff in beta 24b:

  • XMPlay 3.3 full compatibility
  • INI configuration
  • 2.5 KB smaller ;)

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #86 on: 3 Jan '06 - 09:51 »
...beta 24b:
Invalid page in module XMP-SID.DLL at 01404097.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #87 on: 3 Jan '06 - 11:22 »
Hm... Are you running it on something earlier than Pentium 2?

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #88 on: 3 Jan '06 - 11:36 »
Hm... Are you running it on something earlier than Pentium 2?
On Pentium 2.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #89 on: 3 Jan '06 - 12:02 »
When does it crash?
Try this build in the meantime.

Vague Rant

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #90 on: 3 Jan '06 - 12:34 »
I'm on a P3 500 with Windows 98, and XMPlay crashes whenever I run it with xmp-sid installed. I get two illegal operation messages. I tried the build you just posted in addition the one on the site at the moment, but neither will work. Just figured I'd drop in a line.

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #91 on: 3 Jan '06 - 12:49 »
When does it crash?
Try this build in the meantime.
It crashes 2 times after XMPlay start.

CS:EIP (first time):
Code: [Select]
8b 91 ec 02 00 00 89 98 a8 01 00 00 89 58 08 89
CS:EIP (second time):
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8b 87 a0 01 00 00 85 c0 74 0a 50 ff 15 68 45 04

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #92 on: 3 Jan '06 - 13:38 »
Try again.
I guess you are both using Win98. Does xmp-delix crash as well?

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #93 on: 3 Jan '06 - 14:30 »
Try again.
Nothing is changed.

Quote
Does xmp-delix crash as well?
No.

Vague Rant

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #94 on: 4 Jan '06 - 02:54 »
No change on my end, either.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #95 on: 4 Jan '06 - 08:24 »
Please try if any of these works:
  variant 1
  variant 2

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #96 on: 4 Jan '06 - 14:12 »
Please try if any of these works:
  variant 1
  variant 2

Both variants don't work.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #97 on: 4 Jan '06 - 14:46 »
Boy... And this variant (3) (with all optimizing disabled)?

guest

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #98 on: 4 Jan '06 - 17:30 »
Boy... And this variant (3) (with all optimizing disabled)?
Ditto.

Fraggie

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Re: XMPlay SID plugin
« Reply #99 on: 5 Jan '06 - 12:22 »
Then I'm out of ideas... :-\

Here's a mini debug version to locate the problem. You'll have to run DbgView (http://www.sysinternals.com/Files/DebugView9x.zip) before running XMPlay to capture the debug messages. And I need to see these messages. :)