Erik Liin Dansbo
dansbo at mail.dk
Sun Nov 4 16:34:13 UTC 2007
I tried your settings as you suggested. I even tried to write "Internal"
well Internal doesn't work at all.
When I tried playing af vcd using xine. I can hear the dvd drive spinning
up and xine starts up infront of myth. Shows a black screen and closes
The vcd's I try to play have been made using nero's "generic" vcd image,
so the filestructure looks like a true vcd.
Thanks in advance
Jos Hoekstra <joshoekstra at gmx.net> wrote:
> Erik Liin Dansbo schreef op 4-11-2007 9:49:
> > Yes I do have the mythdvd menu. And I also tried to install mythdvd
> > again using yum and it just says "nothing to do"
> > I was thinking if it was possible to make a "yum uninstall mythdvd"
> > then install it again?
> > > I am having trouble getting my mythtv to play VCD's I've googled
> > alot
> > > and found out that I probably haven't configured mythdvd to play
> > vcd's
> > > Please help
> > >
> > > Erik
> > Regards,
> > Jos Hoekstra
> Well then it might be that you didn't configure it correctly *turns
> TV on*
> Settings >> Configuration(might be different, translated it from
> ;)) >> Media >> DVD settings >> DVD play setting >> second screen:
> VCD-play command: xine -pfhq --no-splash vcd://
> but you should be able to use Internal as well nowadays, I guess :)
> Alsa make sure that the VCD you put in is a real VCD, not a CD with a
> xvid on it ;)
> Let us know how it goes.
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