mplayer tv config - changing channels
itetcu at people.tecnik93.com
Mon Aug 1 12:16:42 GMT 2005
On Mon, 1 Aug 2005 15:02:03 +0300
Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at people.tecnik93.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Aug 2005 12:05:59 +0300
> Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at people.tecnik93.com> wrote:
> > I just discovered how to make mplayer work with my card, i.e.
> > mplayer -tv
> > driver=bsdbt848:device=/dev/vbi:input=1:norm=PAL:chanlist=europe-east:audioid=1
> > tv://S23 will play BBCWorld
> > Strangely input should be 0 according to docs bu that gives a blue
> > screen.
> > BTW, how can one write the channel list in mplayer's conf file ?
> OK, I got this one: in ~/.mplayer/config :
> This sets:
> - the driver to out bktr
> - width and height for PAL
> - input device (works also with /dev/vbi0, /dev/bktr and /dev/bktr0
> - TV card input source - for me this is the TV tuner
> - norm - we're using PAL
> - chanlist tels what set of (lowest frequency, channel width and
> space between channels) to use
> - channels are the TV channels provided by my cable operator
> (RDS-Romania-Bucharest "Baza" package), in pairs of
> channel_id-channel_name; the channel ids are obtained from my
> ~/.xawtv and the channel name is input by hand (actually also from
> xawtv and some grep / paste)
> - audioid tels the TV card to use "Internal" as sound source
> Now I can play the TV with mplayer like:
> mplayer tv:// - it starts with the first channel from the list (E8
> - Antena1) mplayer tv:/3 - it starts with the third channel (E11 -
> TVR2) mplayer tv://Discovery - yup, you've got it.
> cat ~/.mplayer/input.conf
MOUSE_BTN0 tv_step_channel 1
MOUSE_BTN2 tv_step_channel -1
Left button mouse click change one station down and right button one up.
(see: mplayer -input keylist, mplayer -input cmdlist)
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