On Tue, 2007-05-22 at 23:27 +0100, Alasdair Campbell wrote:
> On 21/04/07, Petri Hintukainen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > 2) "unscaled OSD": OSD and video are mixed by hardware using either
> > colorkeying (no opacity) or hardware RGBA layer. OSD and video can be of
> > different size and OSD can be blended outside of video frame. OSD size
> > is constant (fbdev primary layer size, most likely 720x576).
> >
> > Xine-lib directfb driver supports method 2) for only some hardware with
> > ARGB blending capacity. For the rest method 1) is used.
> >
> > I have experimental patch to support colorkeying mode when hardware does
> > not support separate ARGB OSD layer, I just need to adjust it for recent
> > xine-libs.
> I was wondering if you'd had a look at the patch you mentioned. I'd
> happily lose osd opacity in favour of a consistant look to my vdr
> experience - maybe others would too. I actually struggle to read some
> of the text with low resolution channels.

Yes, patch against xine-lib 1.1.6 is available from

- Petri

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