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danboid
post Jun 6 2006, 11:13 PM
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Meanies re-packaged 'mplayer2' performs much better for me than the mplayer in the pdax beta1 feed, thanks Meanie/Atty. I can play 640x480 quite smoothly when I overclock.

Problem now is, if I use the x11 -vo option , I can quit by pushing 'q' but this doesn't work under bvdd so I end up doing a CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE to quit out of it. Anyone got a cleaner exit method?

I've also had a quick go under MAME. I seem to average around 10/12fps under 16bit arcade games with sound enabled. Disappointing compared to GP2X MAME- gp2xmame's enhancements need to be ported over to pdaxmame.

Xromer: How is the GPE packaging coming on? Please let us know when gpe-calendar is up- thanks!
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danboid
post Jun 7 2006, 12:27 AM
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I'm also trying to work out what mplayer command zplayer must use to play 320x240 (or similar) videos full screen and smoothly. When use -vo x11 and the -zoom option a 320x240 vid plays jerkily but full screen. -vo bvdd seems to ignore the zoom option.

From what I've been reading in other threads I'll just have to use xrandr to resize before playing a low-res video- not the solution I'm after. Is there a pdaxrom mplayer gui that solves this problem? pymp? gmplayer? Alternatively if anyone knows a command line which can detect the res of the video file then run xrandr if neccesary that would be just as good I suppose.
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