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Re: mplayer (preview)
- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: mplayer (preview)
- From: Han <han_(_at_)_han_(_dot_)_myip_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Mon, 6 May 2002 15:44:03 +0200
- Mail-followup-to: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
Jean-Yves Burlett (jean-yves_(_at_)_burlett_(_dot_)_org) wrote:
> >>>>> "DW" == Dan Weeks <danimal_(_at_)_danimal_(_dot_)_org> writes:
> DW> if you add the -framedrop flag it will sync just fine with the
> DW> x11 driver. when I finally got the XVideo driver to work i
> DW> didn't need -framedrop, but with it i didn't notice frames
> DW> missing and is synced just fine.
> I'm using the Xv driver. There are no missing frames. The out-of-sync
> I was speaking about is a lag between audio and video that keep
> getting bigger from the beginning of the dvd til the end. After
> reading the mplayer mailing-lists, it seems it is some problem a lot
> of people have (or have had).
> The strange thing is that the cpu is idle at about 30% and I asked for
> a I/O cache of about 64Ko so I don't see what causes this lag.
There is a much faster driver than the xv driver:
This is my cvs script for linux:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous:@mplayerhq.hu:/cvsroot/mplayer co main
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous:@cvs.ffmpeg.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/ffmpeg co ffmpeg
rm -rf main/libavcodec
mv ffmpeg/libavcodec main
cd main && ./configure && make && sudo make install
rm -rf main
rm -fr ffmpeg
It downloads and installs the ffmpeg driver.
These are my settings from my .mplayer/config:
framedrop = yes # drop frames, when not in sync (slow CPU, videocard,
vfm = 5 # use libavcodec video codec family (you know,
# opensource DivX for example.. So preferred
# default on
# non-x86 boxes)
cache = 16384 # use 8Mb input cache by default
I don't know what the results with OpenBSD are but give it a spin.