[mythtv-users] Playback with xine?
robert.mcnamara at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 15:08:08 UTC 2009
On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 5:29 AM, jedi <jedi at mishnet.org> wrote:
> The fact that I don't use it on a regular basis doesn't mean that
> I don't try it from time to time. While it's still gotten remarkably
> better it's still not as good for random video files when compared to
> any of the standalone desktop players.
So.... you *will* be able to submit some files and logs of things that
don't work on current internal, then? No need for a separate ticket
for each, just dump them all in one ticket. I seem to keep
misunderstanding you-- either the internal player in its current state
won't play things now (in which case if it's complaintworthy you
should submit a ticket) or it's playing them fine (in which case it's
not complaintworthy). You obviously have strong feelings about it as
you spoke pretty critically of the Internal player-- if it's the case
I know *I'd* like to see it improved-- can you *please* submit a
ticket and some logs for files that are not playing/causing crashes
>> speaking from current experience and I'm misunderstanding, just dd off
>> a couple dozen megs, attach it to a bug report and someone will
>> undoubtedly look at it. It won't take but a moment of your time, no
>> need to disrupt the WAF. And if the experience isn't current, then at
>> least have the courtesy not to speak against the Internal player as it
>> stands now. Only fair...
> I only brought it up because someone suggested the idea of making
> a rather dramatic ill conceived and unecessary change.
Nobody suggested it as an immediate change. But if the Internal
player becomes able to handle any file any other media player can,
then it would be the appropriate choice. As Mike mentioned earlier in
the thread, Freevo is a frontend for other utilities-- Myth's goal is
different-- to be integrated and consistent throughout.
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