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gab74
is there a way to play a video in full screen 320x240 using as vo bvdd to have best performance under RC12 ???

i tru to create a fb.modes file with qvga schema but if u try to

mplayer -vm -fbmode qvga -vo vbdd FILE.avi the file is played not at 320x240.......
smuelas
QUOTE(gab74 @ Nov 16 2005, 04:05 PM)
is there a way to play a video in full screen 320x240 using as vo bvdd to have best performance under RC12 ???

i try to create a fb.modes file with qvga schema but if u try to

mplayer -vm -fbmode qvga -vo vbdd FILE.avi the file is played not at 320x240.......
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I think that if you change the resolution to 320x240 before launching mplayer you will have no problems. In fact is what I do with the SL-6000 and the quality is excelent for bitrate<300 and 15 fps.
As you should know I don't have "bvdd" so, on this matter I can't suggest anything.

smuelas
trichmon
How are you changing resolutions on the 6000 before you start mplayer?

Thanks
gab74
i try to change resolution on my c3100 using xrandr....but i think bvdd conflicts with X.... because the Zaurus doesent play the video if i use the bvdd as vo

I try in text mode but the video is always small.....
smuelas
QUOTE(trichmon @ Nov 16 2005, 07:41 PM)
How are you changing resolutions on the 6000 before you start mplayer?

Thanks
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You change to 240x320 with: xrandr -s 1

and can come back to 480x640 with: xrandr -s 0

I have put those two lines in "home" and "mail" buttons and just clicking, it works.

smuelas
Da_Blitz
bvdd should bypass X and write directly to the frame buffer, what you need to do is feed mplayer the correct command line aurguments which are over in the c3k software fourm, as far as i know the latest kino on the cakco website automatically detects and issues the correct command line args

try this, mplayer -vo bvdd -fs -vm <moive file>
gab74
QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Nov 17 2005, 02:28 AM)
bvdd should bypass X and write directly to the frame buffer, what you need to do is feed mplayer the correct command line aurguments which are over in the c3k software fourm, as far as i know the latest kino on the cakco website automatically detects and issues the correct command line args

try this, mplayer -vo bvdd -fs -vm <moive file>
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i try to first switch x to 320x240 then using
CODE
mplayer -vo bvdd -fs -vm <moive file>

but it doesent work no video.....

i try to use X in 640x480......it works but video isnt at full screen......
spaul
QUOTE(gab74 @ Nov 21 2005, 03:06 AM)
QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Nov 17 2005, 02:28 AM)
bvdd should bypass X and write directly to the frame buffer, what you need to do is feed mplayer the correct command line aurguments which are over in the c3k software fourm, as far as i know the latest kino on the cakco website automatically detects and issues the correct command line args

try this, mplayer -vo bvdd -fs -vm <moive file>
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i try to first switch x to 320x240 then using
CODE
mplayer -vo bvdd -fs -vm <moive file>

but it doesent work no video.....

i try to use X in 640x480......it works but video isnt at full screen......
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Smuelas's suggestion, You change to 240x320 with: xrandr -s 1, fixes that problem for me. Thanks Smelas. Good luck gab74.
Sna
what is the resolution of your video file?
i've seen that videos bigger than 320x200 doesn't play full screen, even with -vo bvdd
gab74
the same videos with kino under standard sharp roms works well.....problem is under X with PDAXROM.....
Da_Blitz
are you using the mplayer from the same website as bvdd? as it has had some extra stuff compiled into it to work with bvdd
lindenle
QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Nov 22 2005, 10:34 PM)
are you using the mplayer from the same website as bvdd? as it has had some extra stuff compiled into it to work with bvdd
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Hi I am finding this thread completely unintelligble. i grapped the bvdd version of mplayer from the web site but I cannot use the bvdd output b/c it requires a kernel module. So i grabbed the kernel module and it is for kernel 2.4.20 but pdaXrom has 2.4.18. So I am totally confuse. My problem is that my videos hand after 5-10 minutes and all I can do is use ctrl-C to kill it.

mplayer prints the following when it exits:

$mplayer -vo w100 -nocache -fs video.avi

MPlayer interrupted by signal 2 in module: sleep_rtc

I would love it if someone who has this working in rc12 with a c860 could give me a very clear set of instructions to make my movies work. BTW I had the movies (reencoded for zaurus) working fine with mplayer under the cacko rom so I am pretty sure the movies are just fine.

A big thanks in advance for any help.
lindenle
QUOTE(lindenle @ Dec 19 2005, 10:31 AM)
QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Nov 22 2005, 10:34 PM)
are you using the mplayer from the same website as bvdd? as it has had some extra stuff compiled into it to work with bvdd
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Hi I am finding this thread completely unintelligble. i grapped the bvdd version of mplayer from the web site but I cannot use the bvdd output b/c it requires a kernel module. So i grabbed the kernel module and it is for kernel 2.4.20 but pdaXrom has 2.4.18. So I am totally confuse. My problem is that my videos hand after 5-10 minutes and all I can do is use ctrl-C to kill it.

mplayer prints the following when it exits:

$mplayer -vo w100 -nocache -fs video.avi

MPlayer interrupted by signal 2 in module: sleep_rtc

I would love it if someone who has this working in rc12 with a c860 could give me a very clear set of instructions to make my movies work. BTW I had the movies (reencoded for zaurus) working fine with mplayer under the cacko rom so I am pretty sure the movies are just fine.

A big thanks in advance for any help.
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Ok so i got on the #zaurus channel and got this solved I added the -nortc option and walla seems to be working great. Hope this helps someone.
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