[mythtv-users] Xine issues
brekkal at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 22:26:34 EST 2005
For anyone looking for another option, I've had pretty good luck using
xxmc. So far it seems to give the best picture - virutally as good as my
standalone DVD player. Xvmc doesn't work at all, and xshm looks terrible
on my setup. Haven't tried opengl yet though...
On 12/13/05, Brad DerManouelian <myth at dermanouelian.com> wrote:
> I am using PVR-350's tv out. I can play using the Xv driver, but it's
> jumpy with some DVDs, so I switched to xshm and never thought much
> more about it.
> On Dec 13, 2005, at 9:01 PM, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> > Mark J. Small wrote:
> >> On December 13, 2005 08:31 am, Brad DerManouelian wrote:
> >>> These work for me. -V xshm got rid of my shaky playback. --no-splash
> >>> and --no-logo do what they look like they do.
> >>> DVD:
> >>> xine -pfhq -V xshm --no-splash --no-logo dvd://%s
> >>> Video:
> >>> xine -pfhq -V xshm --no-splash --no-logo %s
> >> Hmmm the xine docs claim that xshm is a lot slower than xv. Does
> >> real world experience say otherwize?
> >> Personally I compiled my xine to use xvmc for more gforce mx
> >> 4000. I don't use xvmc for mythtv yet, but it works great with
> >> xine. My P3 733 plays DVD's beautifully that way.
> > I would bet that Brad is using a PVR-350 for output and hasn't yet
> > upgraded to/installed John Harvey's X driver with Xv support.
> > Other than using a device driver without Xv support, I can't
> > imagine any reason for using xshm.
> > Mike
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