Last post by wcs13 -
OK, here's a new log file, with ALL processes. Due to its size (80 MB), I had to host it on WeTransfer. Here's the link : https://we.tl/t-tgfltwfEqq Please acknowlege reception so I can erase it from my HDD.
This log file should be useful, since when the error dialog appeared, i had to click EIGHT TIMES on "Try again" before it actually worked and exited foobar.
Last post by Rollin -
Since version 1.4.1 foobar2000 doesn't use other decoder for *.mp4/*.m4a files, if decoder that is higher in priority list didn't work. Example. I have foo_ac3, foo_input_dts installed and also foo_input_ffmpeg configured for decoding ac3, DTS and MP4. fb2k's native MP4 demuxer, foo_ac3, foo_input_dts and native matroska reader are higher in decoders' priority list than foo_input_ffmpeg. I created *.ac3 file with e-ac3 stream (which isn't supported by foo_ac3), *.mka file with e-ac3 stream, *.dts file with dts-express stream (which isn't supported by foo_input_dts) and also three *.mp4 files (one with e-ac3 stream, one with dts-express stream and one with mpeg4als stream). In fb2k 1.4 decoding successfully falls back to foo_input_ffmpeg for ALL aforementioned files and all files are playable. But 1.4.1 for *.mp4 files (with e-ac3, dts-express, mpeg4als inside) just gives out error "Unsupported format or corrupted file". Archive with files - https://www.dropbox.com/s/u9ilyd1dg84w1tj/files.mp4.zip?dl=1
Also fallback to foo_input_ffmpeg never worked for *.mkv with dts-express even in 1.4. But i guess this is entirely different problem.
They initially developed a "Windows App" version of the mobile fb2k,
Thanks. To reply somewhat belatedly: It looks like the standard desktop version is distributed via the Windows store. And yes, I agree it's probably not a good idea to run the Android version in an emulator such as Genymotion for my use case.