Opened 14 years ago
Closed 14 years ago
Last modified 14 years ago
#4364 closed defect (invalid)
WII: FT crash during intro
|Reported by:||SF/aculotarpa||Owned by:||dhewg|
During the intro, right after Ripburger talks about his ear problem, I get a black screen and the Wii go bakc to the HBC. This problem does'nt occurr on Mac port.
Full Throttle Italian Wii port, ScummVM 0.14.0svn41364 (Jun 8 2009 11:8:49)
Ticket imported from: #2805065. Ticket imported from: bugs/4364.
Change History (13)
comment:1 by , 14 years ago
|Summary:||FT crash during intro on Wii → WII: FT crash during intro|
comment:2 by , 14 years ago
comment:3 by , 14 years ago
Yes, both. Audio is ogg. Is maybe the usual ogg problem of the wii port?
comment:4 by , 14 years ago
Possibly, there's another item about problem with ogg encoded audio. Which encoder and version did you use?
comment:5 by , 14 years ago
Hard to say, I encoded FT years ago, the first time scummvm supported it, with included tools, and always used those encoded data files with succes on any version on PC and MAC ports since then. Later I'll try to re-encode the original files with current version tools.
comment:6 by , 14 years ago
Ok nice, it's worth a try I guess.
If you're lucky your encoder left some version info in your current ogg files as metadata.
comment:7 by , 14 years ago
|Priority:||normal → high|
comment:8 by , 14 years ago
This bug is nice to get fixed before the release. Raising priority for keeping the track.
comment:9 by , 14 years ago
Did recompressing the sound files with a recent ogg encoder fix the problem?
comment:10 by , 14 years ago
Ok, recompressing the datafiles with current version tools did the trick. Case closed, thank you everyone
comment:11 by , 14 years ago
|Status:||new → closed|
comment:12 by , 14 years ago
Ok, nice ;)
I once hunted this issue down to a crash somewhere in the Tremor lib, but couldn't pinpoint the real bug. Maybe its just a malformed stream from a buggy encoder, I don't know. I close this item with "invalid" for now, just because I don't see anything I can fix at this point.
comment:13 by , 14 years ago
Oh btw: do you still have the old files? can you check the meta information of those with e.g. winamp? The used encoder may have written its name and version there.
Did you recompress the video or audio files?