On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 3:04 PM, Antti Seppälä <[EMAIL PROTECTED]<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > wrote:
> 2008/12/1 Alex Betis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > Hi, > > > > Please advice how to configure xineliboutput in the best way... > > I have 1.7.1 + ext64 patches, xineliboutput 1.0.3, nVidia card with > latest > > drivers. > > > > After many tests I have the following: > > Using --hud gives best OSD I ever seen, but it shows only the OSD when > the > > output window is in focus and no playback. When I select another window > > (loose focus), I see the playback, but this way I can't control it... > > > > Reports about this pop-up occasionally so I'll try to clarify: > > You need a compositing window manager to see both the hud osd and > video at the same time. > > I recommend xcompmgr because it can run in parallel to your normal > window manager and serve the necessary compositing extensions as an > addition. Of the compositing managers I've tried it also seems to be > the fastest / least cpu intensive. > > So install xcompmgr and run: > xcompmgr -n& > > prior to starting vdr-sxfe --hud > > You'll need to setup xorg.conf so that compositing is enabled. IOW you > should have lines similar to following in you xorg.conf: > > Section "Extensions" > Option "Composite" "Enable" > EndSection Thanks alot! xcompmgr is definitely takes less than compiz that I've tried to use. > > > Concerning your other display issues (opengl osd etc.) I'd recommend > trying without patched vdr and maybe latest version of xine-lib. False alert, I guess I had left a remote session to HTPC from other computer, so that caused high CPU usage. Right now I've set with XV video and I have about 12-15% CPU with cheap tvtime (mplayer mode) deinterlacing and 18-20% CPU with non-cheap deinterlacing mode which in my opinion gives best results I could find so far. OpenGL takes about 2-3% more than that.
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