mplayer video output driver not working
smithcam at adelphia.net
Thu Nov 25 22:11:17 PST 2004
I do see now that the 2nd message after the error reflects the 2nd
choice driver - so that's probably not it.
I've tried dvd:// dvd:://9 dvd:://1 etc. - results in a quick flash
of of what looks like window is created for a split second and mplayer
exits with the output in my previous email. It appear that it looks
like it sees a very short track then exits, however, I play the same DVD
titles on xine and it works fine. The titles are not that short.
btw, to get rid of the warning, I just compiled it with make
-DWITHOUT_RUNTIME_CPUDETECTION. I didn't expect that to help (and it
didn't) but I was trying to eliminated all possibilities.
Michael Nottebrock wrote:
>On Friday, 26. November 2004 05:25, Kevin Smith wrote:
>>I'm trying to get DVD playback working using mplayer (MPlayer
>>1.0pre5-3.4.2) on my system (P4 - BSD 5.3 with Nvidia FX5200).
>>I have xine playing back DVD's just fine, but I would like to use
>>mplayer as well.
>>I built it from the ports tree (default options) and when I run mplayer
>>using the following command, I get the following text back.
>>Selected video codec: [mpeg12] vfm:libmpeg2 (MPEG 1 or 2 (libmpeg2))
>>Audio: no sound
>>VDec: vo config request - 720 x 480 (preferred csp: Planar YV12)
>>VDec: using Planar YV12 as output csp (no 0)
>>Movie-Aspect is 1.33:1 - prescaling to correct movie aspect.
>>VO: [xv] 720x480 => 720x540 Planar YV12
>>V: 0.0 1 0% 0% 0.0% 0 0 0%
>>Exiting... (End of file)
>The output doesn't suggest there's a problem with the video output driver.
>[mpegpes] is a special passthrough decoder driver for use with hardware mpeg2
>decoders. It comes first in the order of drivers to be tried for MPEG video,
>but will fail if no such hardware is present. The second decoder driver
>[mpeg12] is the one that's actually used, and it initializes just fine.
>However, the title you're trying to play seems to be just very very short
>(mplayer doesn't currently support DVD navigation menus, it just plays the
>available titles in ascending order, which is not necessarily the correct
>Try playing a different title (for example dvd://2).
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