On Thursday, 17. Mayta 2007 18:42, Petri Helin wrote:Audio: mpa, mp2, mp3, mpega, flac, ac3, ogg, ogm, au, aud, wma, asf, wav, spx, ra Video: avi, mpv, vob, vdr, mpg, mpeg, mp4, asf, wmv, mov, ts, pes, xvid, divx, fli, dv, dat, mkv, rm, iso Image: jpg, jpeg, gif, tiff, bmp, mng, pngWould be nice if you could set (at /etc/vdr/setup.conf-file) parameter like: mediaplayer.filemask=* (or something like that) so it shows all files..
This could be a good idea...
But to my problem files, I have quite much files from Topfield 5100 (DBV-C recorder). Extensioin is .rec... mplayer says:Playing 4D-# 2007-01-16.rec. TS file format detected. VIDEO MPEG2(pid=512) AUDIO MPA(pid=650) NO SUBS (yet)! PROGRAM N. 65 VIDEO: MPEG2 704x576 (aspect 2) 25.000 fps 5000.0 kbps (625.0 kbyte/s)and shows it fine.. EVEN I rename file extension to .mpg or .mpeg (so mediaplayer can list it) it cannot show it.. Nor can vdr-mplayer plug-in..
Can you play the file with xine-ui? At least try it with --verbose=3 (i.e. xine --verbose=3 "4D-# 2007-01-16.rec").
I've played several 720p videos with the media player and it has never crashed. What are the versions of xine-lib and xineliboutput you are using? Are you using binary packages or have you compiled them yourself?xine-lib: 1.1.4-r2 (gentoo amd64; compiled) xineliboutput: 1.0.0_rc1 (gentoo amd64; compiled)
Would it be possible to upgrade to xine-lib 1.1.6 and maybe to xineliboutput cvs?
There should be no need to use mplayer with xineliboutput.Then why it cannot play that 4D-# 2007-01-16.rec file.. ;-)
I hope we'll find that out :) Although Anssi already pointed out one reason to use mplayer-plugin...
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