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Thread: MPlayer2 Is Still Alive & Kicking

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    First try:

    -demuxer lavf

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    Are m2ts subs found anywhere else but blurays?

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    s/subs/containers/ of course. Editing is still broken.

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    For me it's the only player on linux that will let me watch blu-ray rips (mkv) files with no stuttering or even fan noise from high cpu use. This on an aveage 4 year old laptop with integrated graphics.

    I have set up smplayer to use it as a backend. Pausing doesn't work on smplayer with this setup so I hope someone can fix that.

    So for me it is superior to mplayer and I hope some distros support it out of the box.

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    I'm using smplayer with it and pausing works just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curaga
    Are m2ts containers found anywhere else but blurays?
    Yes, some Sony cameras record HD video as .MTS. They even have subtitles -- an incrementing timestamp. Highly incompatible, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealNC View Post
    I'm using smplayer with it and pausing works just fine.
    Yes, it seems to working now for me too. I think I had a buggy xvideo driver which was fixed on update.

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    mplayer2 has support for ordered chapters in mkv, nuff said.

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    - OSS4 volume control support
    They really need to look at ALSA and Pulseaudio/jack integration instead.

    We shouldn't let these projects depend on organizations that want to capitalize on it while screwing everyone.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_So...ietary.2C_free
    Seriously, don't let them do this AGAIN!
    They have already done it once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plonoma View Post
    They really need to look at ALSA and Pulseaudio/jack integration instead.

    We shouldn't let these projects depend on organizations that want to capitalize on it while screwing everyone.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_So...ietary.2C_free
    Seriously, don't let them do this AGAIN!
    They have already done it once.
    What are you talking about. OSS was in the kernel. Nobody could take it away or make it closed source. It's not 4Front's fault if the kernel devs decided to abandon it and create ALSA instead of bettering the existing OSS.

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