AW: [vdr] OSD with xine and opengl ?
Martin at Air-MaXX.net
Thu Apr 6 12:50:35 CEST 2006
But you have to zoom most of the times. I use 1024x768 pixles @ 100HZ to
overcome all the deinterlacing sh... :-)
Use "auto" settings on the video settings in Xine and everything is fine.
Scaling, OSD .. with little CPU load. So why fiddle arround with something,
that only works half.
I am using Pentium M 1,7GHz with a NVIDIA FX 5200 ..
Von: vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org] Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 6. April 2006 10:57
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Betreff: Re: [vdr] OSD with xine and opengl ?
On 06/04/06, Martin <Martin at air-maxx.net> wrote:
> OpenGL is nice, but too slow .. and you need to check fort he right
> mode in Xine. Then the OSD works .. with standard settings you won't get
> lucky and do not see anything .. I did do this in the past.
> Take xv or better xxmc, if you are able to get it working, as it has best
> quality with less CPU.
My GL implementation is quiete good : nvidia one, and I like the
can have with Xgl/compiz which mean opengl is a must here !!!
Everyone should really try Xgl and compiz :-)
That's the next userinterface ;-)
My biggest problem is that I can't zoom with opengl... and of course the
OSD is also a problem.
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