I don't want to steal a thread, but my questions are related:

I guess there is something I don't understand:

Does this "*-crop-v9" patch offer anything that the patches from 

http://www.jusst.de/vdpau/files/xine-lib-1.2/

do not, besides the autocrop functionality?  And what is this autocrop
functionality good for: I have a 16:9 set, and the content I want to
view is 16:9 material, with occasional 4:3 encoded into a 16:9 frame.
So what would this auto crop business gain me.

I have one issue with xineliboutput and vdpau: when I view xvid files
vdr-sxfe crashes with an error from glibc.  Is there a known fix for
this.

 "On Sat, 2009-09-19 at 13:33 +0400, Goga777 wrote:
> > > which xineliboutput version are you using ? cvs ?
> > > any patches from here ?
> > > http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=86804
> > >
> > > Goga
> > > vdr 179 + xbmc
> > 
> > vdr 1.7.8 + xinelibeoutput cvs -minus said patch. Am using the
> 
> did you try vdr 179 with cvs xineliboutput ?
> 
> > xine-lib 1.2 vdpau branch, which I previously used to run xine with
> 
> have you any difference between xine-lib 1.2 vdpau branch and xine-vdpau 
> branch ?
> 
> > I'm amazed that vdr-sxfe manages to completely avoid any judder in
> > playback, something which I haven't really seen since I ran with a ff
> > card. 
> 
> did you try with local frontend ? not with vdr-sxfe 
> 
> >There's some occasional loss of audio lipsync, and channel
> > change is not "smooth"; I see both audio and video freeze for a few
> > frames. I guess both of those are work in progress.
> > 
> > Would any of the patches from the vdr-portal thread above help on those 
> > issues?
> 
> You can try that patch xine-vdpau-r281-crop-v9.diff.gz 
> http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/attachment.php?attachmentid=22895
> 
>  there're good reports about it
> http://www.forum.free-x.de/wbb/index.php?page=Thread&postID=8313#post8313
> 
> > I have to say that vdpau is looking like a very good solution for hdtv
> > playback, it's just a shame that they didn't implement field parity
> > support for interlaced material.
> 
> +1
>  
> Goga
> 
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