On 19/04/07, Torgeir Veimo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 19 Apr 2007, at 09:41, Alasdair Campbell wrote: > > In the original post I was just wondering if xineliboutput has been > written with the matrox specific instructions that softdevice's "-vo > dfb:mgatv" uses. As I don't understand the difference between "-vo > dfb:" & "-vo dfb:mgatv" I can't really say what difference this would > make. I belive this is entirely dependent on what xine instance you're using with xinelib. Are you using df_xine? I think it should handle field parity correctly.
I'm firing up df_xine now to see if there's any similarity. OK, playing a copy of some interlaced video with scrolling text (BBC News 24). Using df_xine -a 5:4 -l 0 -s -f top 001.vdr I get perfect output! This is what Markus and I are seeing for a few seconds before the field sync gets screwed With df_xine -a 5:4 -l 0 -s -f bottom 001.vdr The output is constantly like the stuttering video we're seeing most of the time. So somehow xineliboutput is losing field sync, should be a simple fix then... :-) Needless to say I have no audio, buts it just a configuration problem at my end. -- A l a s d a i r C a m p b e l l r a g a w u @ g m a i l . c o m _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr