Crashing module ffdshow64/ffdshow.ax

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Crashing module ffdshow64/ffdshow.ax

Post by dmtiam2591 on Sat Jul 09, 2016 6:39 pm

Hello guys, I got this crash when seeing movies with MPC today.


Seem like it happened randomly, not just this film, it happened with other videos as well.
I've tried reinstall K Lite, nothing changed.
Here is my specs:

Windows 7 64 bit.
CPU: AMD Phenom X4 GP9850
GPU: MSI HD 7790
RAM: 8GB RAM bus 1066

I'm using K-Lite_Codec_Pack_1222_Mega, the latest version of K Lite from www.codecguide.com
Here is my list of installed codec/filters:

Codec Tweak Tool | Log file | Generated at 2016-07-09 14:36:12

#####  System Information  #####

OS:           Windows 7 Ultimate  (6.01.7601) (x64)
DirectX:      9.0c + 10 + 10.1 + 11
CPU name:     AMD Phenom(tm) 9850 Quad-Core Processor
CPU speed:    2512 MHz
Memory:       4096 MB
Screen size:  1366x768 (32bits) (60Hz)
Video card:   AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series
             VendorID: 1002, DeviceID: 665c
Video mem:    1024 MB
Video driver: aticfx64.dll (Catalyst 15.Cool
Audio device: VIA High Definition Audio
             VendorID: 1106, DeviceID: e721, SubSys: 10438345
Audio driver: viahduaa.sys (Version 6.0.1.7400) (8-17-2009)

#####  K-Lite Codec Pack  #####

KLCP version: 12.2.2
KLCP type:    mega

Speaker conf: as is

MPC renderer: EVR CP
MPC subs:     ISR

#####  Decoder Settings #####

LAV Video:
H264=1 HEVC=1 VP9=1 VC1=0 MPEG2=0 MPEG4=1 WMV3=0

LAV Audio:
MP3=1 AAC=1 Vorbis=1 AC3=1 DTS=1 LPCM=1 WMA=0

ffdshow (x86):
H264=1 VC1=12 MPEG2=1 XVID=1 DX50=1 DIV3=1 FLV1=1 RAW=0
MP3=7 AAC=1 Vorbis=1 AC3=1 DTS=17 LPCM=4 RAW=0

ffdshow (x64):
H264=1 VC1=1 MPEG2=1 XVID=1 DX50=1 DIV3=1 FLV1=1 RAW=0
MP3=1 AAC=1 Vorbis=1 AC3=1 DTS=1 LPCM=4 RAW=0


#####  DirectShow Filters (32-bit)  #####

Description:  RealVideo Decoder
File name:    c:\progra~2\totalv~1\realmediasplitter.ax
CLSID:        {238D0F23-5DC9-45A6-9BE2-666160C324DD}
Merit:        00400000 = MERIT_UNLIKELY

Description:  MPV Decoder Filter
File name:    c:\program files (x86)\total video converter\mpeg2decfilter.ax
CLSID:        {39F498AF-1A09-4275-B193-673B0BA3D478}
Merit:        00400001 = MERIT_UNLIKELY + 1

Description:  RealMedia Source
File name:    c:\progra~2\totalv~1\realmediasplitter.ax
CLSID:        {765035B3-5944-4A94-806B-20EE3415F26F}
Merit:        00600000 = MERIT_NORMAL

Description:  Bandisoft MPEG-1 Video Decoder
File name:    c:\program files (x86)\bandimpeg1\bdfilters.dll
CLSID:        {89C4B786-A490-4A3E-AA70-E6A8C61D3689}
Merit:        FF800001

Description:  RealAudio Decoder
File name:    c:\progra~2\totalv~1\realmediasplitter.ax
CLSID:        {941A4793-A705-4312-8DFC-C11CA05F397E}
Merit:        00400000 = MERIT_UNLIKELY

Description:  RealMedia Splitter
File name:    c:\progra~2\totalv~1\realmediasplitter.ax
CLSID:        {E21BE468-5C18-43EB-B0CC-DB93A847D769}
Merit:        00400000 = MERIT_UNLIKELY

Description:  Bandisoft MPEG-1 Audio Decoder
File name:    c:\program files (x86)\bandimpeg1\bdfilters.dll
CLSID:        {E2E7539A-CECF-4A6A-B187-939943ECEF05}
Merit:        FF800001

(A total of 93 filters, 7 shown, 86 hidden)

#####  DirectShow Filters (64-bit)  #####

Description:  Bandisoft MPEG-1 Video Decoder
File name:    c:\program files (x86)\bandicam\bandimpeg1\bdfilters64.dll
CLSID:        {89C4B786-A490-4A3E-AA70-E6A8C61D3689}
Merit:        FF800001

Description:  Bandisoft MPEG-1 Audio Decoder
File name:    c:\program files (x86)\bandicam\bandimpeg1\bdfilters64.dll
CLSID:        {E2E7539A-CECF-4A6A-B187-939943ECEF05}
Merit:        FF800001

(A total of 93 filters, 2 shown, 91 hidden)

#####  ICM Class Manager (32-bit)  #####

(A total of 3 filters, 0 shown, 3 hidden)

#####  ICM Class Manager (64-bit)  #####

(A total of 3 filters, 0 shown, 3 hidden)

#####  Default source filters (32-bit)  #####

.avs    {D3588AB0-0781-11CE-B03A-0020AF0BA770}  AVI/WAV File Source

(A total of 64 default source filters, 1 shown, 63 hidden)

#####  Default source filters (64-bit)  #####


(A total of 55 default source filters, 0 shown, 55 hidden)

#####  ACM and VFW Codecs (32-bit)  #####

Description:  RivaTuner Video Codec
ID:           VIDC.RTV1
File name:    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\rtvcvfw32.dll

Description:  Bandi Motion Jpeg
ID:           vidc.mjpg
File name:    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\bdmjpeg.dll

Description:  Bandi MPEG-1 Video
ID:           vidc.mpeg
File name:    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\bdmpegv.dll

Description:  Bandi MPEG-1 Audio
ID:           msacm.bdmpeg
File name:    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\bdmpega.acm

(A total of 24 codecs, 4 shown, 20 hidden)


#####  ACM and VFW Codecs (64-bit)  #####

Description:  RivaTuner Video Codec
ID:           VIDC.RTV1
File name:    C:\Windows\system32\rtvcvfw64.dll

Description:  Bandi Motion Jpeg
ID:           vidc.mjpg
File name:    C:\Windows\system32\bdmjpeg64.dll

Description:  Bandi MPEG-1 Video
ID:           vidc.mpeg
File name:    C:\Windows\system32\bdmpegv64.dll

Description:  Bandi MPEG-1 Audio
ID:           msacm.bdmpeg
File name:    C:\Windows\system32\bdmpega64.acm

(A total of 23 codecs, 4 shown, 19 hidden)


Thanks, and sorry for my English !

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Re: Crashing module ffdshow64/ffdshow.ax

Post by Admin on Sat Jul 09, 2016 11:49 pm

Uninstall the codec pack. Then re-install it and select the LAV decoders as preferred. The LAV decoders are better and more reliable.

ffdshow is no longer being developed so this crash can't be fixed.

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Re: Crashing module ffdshow64/ffdshow.ax

Post by dmtiam2591 on Sun Jul 10, 2016 4:15 am

But ffdshow allow me to intervene the video looking-quality deeply via "Picture Properties", so I want to keep it.

Beside, when I run a video, I see there is 3 icon on taskbar, ffdhsow video decoder, ffdhow audio decoder and LAV Splitter. So I think my computer use LAV to decode the video, correct me If I'm wrong !!!

Thanks, and sorry for my English, again !

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Re: Crashing module ffdshow64/ffdshow.ax

Post by Admin on Sun Jul 10, 2016 10:29 pm

There is not really anything that we can do about it. Development of ffdshow has stopped long ago.

You are only using LAV Splitter, not the audio and video decoder. A splitter basically just reads the file and extracts the content for the decoders.

MPC also has some picture properties settings. You could use those instead.
MPC-HC options > Miscellaneous > Color Controls

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