[OFFICIAL] MPlayer.dll development branch feedback. - Printable Version
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- Eagle7894 - 2007-04-25 02:35
Can this error be fixed, because I just updated my mplayer with your new one but for some strange reason I had to use your new one with wizboy's codec in order to see a change.
When I updated both more than half of my .mp4 files worked and strangly some where still halted.
So if you could fix that, could the rest be fixed.?
- elupus - 2007-04-25 11:13
I don't think i understand you, but no i very much doubt thouse files can be "fixed", there is nothing wrong with the decoder, the xbox is just too slow.
sure there might be minor things that can be optimized further, but that is nothing I can do. that will be up to the good people at mplayerhq, as my knowledge in that area is limited.
- Mariano - 2007-04-25 18:23
MKV files with Audio Nero Digital MPEG-4 AAC HE, 65 kbps, 44100 Hz :
- Video x264 with Cabac and Deblocking, resolution 704x400 --> All OK
- Video x264 with Cabac and Deblocking, resolution 720x576 --> sometimes little freezings of image (sound ok)
- Video x264 with Cabac and Deblocking, resolution 640x480 --> All OK
- Video x264 with Cabac and Deblocking, resolution 800x600 --> Horrible!!! Continous freezings of image (sound ok)
PD: All videos are PAL (25 frames per second)
To summarize ---> GOOD JOB !!!! CONGRATULATIONS !!!
I never didn't think view support for x264 in XBMC... good job!
- Eagle7894 - 2007-04-26 00:26
Hey Mariano are whoever knows...where are you getting those latest xbmc builds for tests? you posted your message as april the 24, but the latest build is from the 20th by T3CH?
- weinerschnitzel - 2007-04-26 01:37
Eagle7894 Wrote:Hey Mariano are whoever knows...where are you getting those latest xbmc builds for tests? you posted your message as april the 24, but the latest build is from the 20th by T3CH?
He probably does his own builds.
I highly recommend apprehending the tools needed and building your own. If for whatever reason you cannot build your own, your best bet is to look elsewhere for more recent builds by someone else. But you do run that risk of getting a virus from someone less trustworthy than T3CH.
On a more relevant note, I have encountered some skipping while switching views. I deleted guisettings.xml in my UserData folder and it seems to be working fine. I don't know if this is a priority issue between the GUI and mplayer. I can tell you that I am using the Linksbrowser branch and I know that it isn't 100% synced with the trunk so this issue may not even exist.
- Mariano - 2007-04-26 09:46
Semi-OffTopic: XBMC play videos better if it is compiled with Intel C++ Compiler ?
- elupus - 2007-04-26 17:48
yes, but probably not by much. everything intensive is assembly optimized. biggest issue thou is that neither ffmpeg nor mplayer can be compiled with the intel compiler :/
- Diontae16 - 2007-04-26 18:02
Mariano, You should'nt use Cabac + In-Loop with aac audio, that's insane. Cabac requires a lot of cpu to decode. In-Loop requires a lot of cpu to decode. AAC requires a lot of cpu to decode. See a pattern? We've discussed this matter and came up with profiles for xbmc over at doom9.
- Eagle7894 - 2007-04-27 01:48
that site looks interesting does anybody know how you add the profiles that are listed from that link?
- Diontae16 - 2007-04-27 16:24
Eagle7894 Wrote:that site looks interesting does anybody know how you add the profiles that are listed from that link?
The profiles are for use with megui. Grab it alongside the latest x264 compiles by akupenguin here