Tony Houghton wrote: > On Mon, 05 Jan 2009 20:48:57 +0200 > Pasi Juppo <p...@juppo.fi> wrote: > > >> Partly question and partly proposal. Maybe this is not VDR related but >> e.g. xineliboutput etc. related. >> >> I'm not an expert on satellite systems but I'd assume that there are >> different frame rates in satellite systems available (shall be compared >> to cable and terresterial as well). Instead of doing pull-down/pull-up >> "conversions" it would be nice to playback according to the framerate of >> the material. This should be an option as it is fully dependant on the >> output and display devices whether they support this feature or not. >> >> The same applies also to mplayer-plugin. >> >> Would this be possible to implement? >> > > Yes, boxstar does this, but it's a bit limited by its current reliance > on external players. DirectFB players can set the screen mode, while in > X boxstar sets it first with xrandr. Boxstar has to be able to use > mplayer -identify on the stream first to determine the frame rate and it > can't change it midstream. Boxstar can't tell the frame rate of what > vdr-sxfe or whatever is using, so it has to use an option. Luckily most > people receive transmissions all in the same frame rate even if they > watch foreign DVDs or downloaded videos, so boxstar can cope with this. > > I checked boxstar web-page (http://boxstar.sourceforge.net/index.html) and I have to say that the goal of the project is ambiguous. Hopefully the developer can actually do it.
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