[Angstrom-distro-users] mplayer woes
chick at computergeek.freeserve.co.uk
Sun Oct 28 22:10:32 CET 2007
On Sunday 28 October 2007 20:24, Andrew Zabolotny wrote:
> From Sat, 27 Oct 2007 18:54:20 +0200
> Oliver Fels <oliver.fels at gmx.net> wrote:
> > > mplayer is playing it right (must be rotated in most cases, -vf
> > > rotate=1) giving -vo pxa as long as the movie does not exceed the
> > > resolution limits in which case one has to scale the movie before
> > > playing it.
> > OK, that was too quick. It plays well the first time and brings the
> > Akita to a halt the next time mplayer is run even with the same
> > parameters.
> As I pointed out earlier, it seems to be a bug in mplayer sound driver
> (?) or in kernel sound driver, look in /var/log/messages, you should see
> a lot of "Alignment trap" messages. If you run the video without sound
> (-nosound), it can be launched any number of times without problems.
That was the first thing I was going to check.
Oliver - I have to sign up to pocketmovies.net? Do you not have something
easier for me to test with?
Did anyone try a ~/.asound with the magic to resample the output to the audio
driver? I'll try this when I can get a movie of the right format...
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