imc25 at cam.ac.uk
Tue Jan 27 14:47:06 EST 2004
Looking at the mvplay source code, it appears that the client has access to
a YUVA framebuffer for the OSD - don't know how the VNC client interfaces
to it though.
--On 27 January 2004 10.13 -0600 "John W. Ross" <programming at johnwross.com>
>> > Question for you John, when you press pause while playing video, do you
> get an On Screen Display on the MediaMVP? I am trying to figure out if it
> can support the Myth OSD.
> Dennis, I think I can see where you are going with this. Since it puts
> the icon on the screen could it also put the Pause 21:09 of 43:04 type
> information on the screen...
> I think the next question is where the MediaMVP is getting the graphic
> for the  symbol? If the VNC server is sending it directly at the point
> that you pause viewing, or is the graphic cached at the MVP. Tonight,
> I'll try a test to determine this. What I have in mind is to load the
> MVP and start play back. Then I'll pause and verify that it displays the
> icon. Then I'll go into the server directories and change the graphic
> for pause and resume.
> Then if I pause and see the new graphic that should indicate that data is
> sent at the point of the action.
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