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Gritsenko - 2014-05-03 18:13:46 Hello! There have been two official releases since then, and I'm pretty sure neither did anything but bugfixes to the rendering. I don't know better way to do it in BSD. Proto2009-02-11, 21:28-lavdopts threads=n with n being the number of processors/cores I have is the one I use.

Motion tracking looks much better with subpixel precision, so it'd be nice to be able to use it. and the other things seem highly unlikely to happen on purpose. The mencoder patch that Starks cites above also installed cleanly despite the changes to the libass source. I am not happy. 0 0 107084426 2173756298 00:00:00.000000000 0 1 Prelude eng 72532864 00:00:49.082000000

Last edited by hunter_thom (2011-08-01 15:22:54) Offline #2 2011-07-26 10:54:10 dobedo Member From: Belgium Registered: 2008-10-04 Posts: 113 Re: [SOLVED] GTK Bad Window Problem of video card driver maybe ?What card/driver Plorkyeran and I went over a few and he since produced this (http://greg.geekmind.org/mplayer/) I've just finished building and a LOT of the bugs I had with libass seem to be fixed, Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. You seem to have CSS turned off.

At heart, libass is a clone of vsfilter and boasts the code to match. You don't know Ruby on Rails?! And they also are missed by cmake for pcmanfm-qt and lximage, but NOT for libfm. http://img23.imageshack.us/img23/5539/xvscalingminorinlv8.png Nevertheless, here's the basic routine...

I will keep this in mind while testing and reporting. D4042009-01-25, 21:51How about instead of working around these bugs, we FIX them? If anyone would like to know my order # I will post or Pm the last half of the order number just incase anyone would like to varify that I bought Matthieu Baerts (matttbe) wrote on 2012-04-11: #3 This is strange...

Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. SeijiSensei2009-02-09, 22:02IIRC export is the result of doing 'svn export' which will download only bare sources without the metadata. To know about all ref frame and all those thing open your video file with an hexa editor and search for the string x264 and you will have all the info, It has up to date decoding, but the softsub support is still very primitive and does not support styling.

sl1pkn072009-02-10, 09:16hi! martino2009-02-11, 15:59On ubuntu versions prior to Intrepid Ibex you might have to compile your own version of yasm though, given that the one in the repositories is too old. If the menu does grab keyboard input to such an extent as to take it away from the WM, then the menu's input-grabbing must be implemented in a way which I Leclanche On Thu, May 1, 2014 at 12:20 AM, JupiterBroadcasting Production Team wrote: > First let me introduce myself, I'm one of the producers of the Linux Action > Show

As for VLC, since their subtitle renderer also relies on libass, the same applies. Starks2009-02-11, 22:13For SMPlayer, the GUI lets you adjust the number of threads in the Performance menu. To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line option to change this behavior. I can troubleshoot, whenever I get the time.

And you can check it yourself - just open any kind of menu (main application menu or context menu) and no window manager keybindings will work until you hide the menu. I wasn't aware asuki was now LJ! Nicholi2009-03-24, 16:57Yet another person's inability to use manpages. Not as far as I've checked. 1.0rc2 was the latest build that I remember having installed from there (and don't recall a single upgrade since I added the repository).

You do need some libs though, there is a wiki >>>> page for it. >>>> J. e: actually, even fucking k-lite has 2.39c so you're just talking out of your ass as usual ilifin2009-01-27, 05:22Other than the decimal \pos thing, libass has fixed the stuff in the Get started now for free." > http://p.sf.net/sfu/SauceLabs > _______________________________________________ > Lxde-list mailing list > [email protected] > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/lxde-list > [Lxde-list] Retried building on FreeBSD... sl1pkn072009-02-08, 12:29hello mplayer -ass -vc ffh264vdpau /media/WDGP1TB-1/Macross\ Saga/plus/macrossplus1v3.mkv .....

without codec works fine (using VDPAU output) is problem of mplayer? Doing so previously would result in blank files that then causes problems when installing PulseAudio as the "config" files are not overwritten properly which can result in broken PA startup) o Upon expanding, I see the checkout version has lots of .svn directories not present in the export version. jfs2009-02-14, 19:12And for reference, if anyone wants it [that VSFilter bug] fixed, it's not me they should ask.

I wonder if this feature could be implemented in a linux build. What about the rest of GStreamer? However, my advice for adding Medibuntu still stands for those using Ubuntu and other desktop OSes in the Ubuntu family of OSes. PS I have the ownership of the Google+ page, who will take it over?

So, far fixes for libass include fixes to the max_glyphs call. I cannot find any methods to override this behavior. I've made some further bugfixes and additions, please see http://greg.geekmind.org/mplayer/libass-snapshot-20090214.txt and http://greg.geekmind.org/mplayer/libass-snapshot-20090214.tar.gz respectively. Despite a few error messages when exiting, my home computers have always had rock solid stability over the long run.

you can find the windows build here: http://kovensky.project357.com/ Starks2009-04-28, 19:27I'm not sure if uau's mplayer git repo supports segment linking, but it does support basic ordered chapters. Get >> unparalleled scalability from the best Selenium testing platform available. >> Simple to use. It's great that you can work around the issues and create SSA subtitles that work with both renderers, but you understand that this also requires conscious attention to the quirks of a VM would be a pain, >but - are you sure?

The issue seems to have resolved itself after updating my tree and I am no longer getting seeing the symptoms. It's not that hard to control really. \blur and \clip are another problem, but pretty much anything else is fine. You need to fetch a few additional sources: $ for i in libavutil libavcodec libavformat libpostproc; do svn co svn://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk/$i (http://svn.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg/trunk/$i) $i; done; svn co svn://svn.mplayerhq.hu/dvdnav/trunk/libdvdread/src (http://svn.mplayerhq.hu/dvdnav/trunk/libdvdread/src) libdvdread4; svn co svn://svn.mplayerhq.hu/dvdnav/trunk/libdvdnav/src If your group has a playback faq on your site, mentioning the use of correct-pts might be helpful.

The mencoder patch that Starks cites above also installed cleanly despite the changes to the libass source. Later on I moved my > desktops to do LXDE stuff all over the place. To me, these groups are apparently slow to react or oblivious to the need for scripts that are friendly to libass (and perian). Edit: Diego and the devs won't even consider implementing a single fix unless you make a separate patch for each fix.

Starks2009-03-16, 08:25Where can I find the latest working patch? Craymel2009-03-23, 19:14Today, I experienced the injustice of fansubbers careless using ordered chapters with zero respect for multi-platform support.