Comment on this change optional. Fri Aug 01, 7: I just now realized you are also talking about X. This following command will work without vidix, which seems to be preferred, but will eat your CPU cycles: Mpeg PES Could not find matching colorspace – retrying with -vop scale Since which version does mplayer support these settings? So I have to use X11 output with the -zoom -x -y parameters
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If you are confident that your problem is a real bug in the current version, dive into the vx reporting guidelines and follow the instructions. When I do it I see just a black screen.
I would like the video to stretch to the edges of the screen. Tue Jul 29, 2: Fri Aug 01, 7: Video Device [GFX0] multi-head: X11 DGA extension both v1. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s vx. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
Though it depends how large the original video is and what mplayee you run at. After reading your pointer, I went further and added some parameters to append line for the kernel in lilo. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Does my graphics card have XV support?
Let’s say we have a video that is x and we want to play it at x It is not the fastest vo in the world but sounds like it works. Advanced Micro Devices K Family: Visit the following links: Mpeg PES Could not find matching colorspace – retrying with -vop scale From the replies it appears as if there are a couple of methods to do this. Is that the correct behaviour?
I am not sure if this is totally analogous to -fs using a command line and if all this depends on the driver. Btw, I compiled the mplayer from source.
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Feb 19, Posts: All times are GMT I just now realized you are also talking about X. Originally posted by Linux The Great: See full activity log. Supported Video Output Devices general: MPlayer Features MPlayer is a movie player which runs on many systems see the documentation.
But it should work with the -vo x11 option though this is very slow.
When I use mplayer, whether in X or with the framebuffer I do the following: I’m going to try out the -dr option as well, and possibly include an option on atabake’s config to allow the user to give specific commands for mplayer.
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