[vdr] Controlling xineplayer?

C.Y.M syphir at syphir.sytes.net
Tue Mar 14 00:38:06 CET 2006


Reinhard Nissl wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> C.Y.M wrote:
> 
>>>>> I decided to test the latest mplayer plugin (0.9.14) with
>>>>> xine-0.7.7 and
>>>>> vdr-1.3.44 by replacing the MPLAYER variable in mplayer.sh.conf with
>>>>> "xineplayer".  I changed the control mode in mplayer's options to
>>>>> "Traditional"
>>>>> but when I try to stop the playback, nothing responds.  Is there any
>>>>> way to
>>>>> control the player once it has been started?  It seems vdr does not
>>>>> respond to
>>>>> the remote control once I start mplayer using xineplayer.
>>>> Hhm, I didn't test this functionality with 0.7.x releases. Maybe it is
>>>> broken. I'll have to test this tomorrow evening.
>>> I'm sorry, I cannot reproduce your issue. It works here as expected,
>>> with VDR's keyboard remote as well as vdr-xine's remote via xine-ui.
>>>
>>> Traditional mode only allows you to stop replaying. There are plans to
>>> change this, but so far I didn't "want" to find time to emulate mplayers
>>> output by xineplayer.
>>
>> What I have done is taken a Nexus-S and run it in softmode with xine. 
>> I am
>> using the original configuration of my remote.conf that I would use in
>> standard
>> operating mode.  I am trying to control xine with a Nexus remote control.
>> Everything seems to work as expected except when I try to operate
>> xineplayer for
>> some reason.
> 
> Hhm, when I start replaying an external file (of resolution 352x240) and
> hit the blue button (which stops replaying) I get the following output
> on console:
> 
> SetPlayMode: 5
> vdr-xine: external connecting ...
> vdr-xine: external connected!
> osd: (0, 0)-(352, 240)
> SetPlayMode: 0
> 
> Do you get "SetPlayMode: 0"?

Yes.

> 
> Are you able to open VDR's main menu and stop replaying there?
> 
> Bye.

Maybe there are some options in mplayer.sh.conf that are conflicting?


This is what I have in the log:

vdr: [8037] mplayer: mplayer child started (pid=8037)
logger: *** Starting mplayer.sh Version 0.8.6
logger: *** INFO: Variable CFGFIL has value "/etc/vdr/plugins/mplayer.sh.conf"
logger: *** INFO: Variable USEAC3 has value "false"
logger: *** INFO: Variable AC3AOUT has value "-ac hwac3"
logger: *** INFO: Variable TV_ASPECT has value "4/3"
logger: *** INFO: Variable PAL has value "false"
logger: *** INFO: Variable NTSC has value "true"
logger: *** INFO: Variable USE_SPEED has value "false"
logger: *** INFO: Variable DETC_FILTER has value "ivtc=1"
logger: *** INFO: Variable MPLAYER has value "/usr/local/bin/xineplayer"
logger: *** INFO: Variable VOP has value "lavc=5000"
logger: *** INFO: Variable VO has value "mpegpes"
logger: *** INFO: Variable AO has value "mpegpes"
logger: *** INFO: Variable CACHE has value "8192"
logger: *** INFO: Variable CACHESTR has value "-cache 8192"
logger: *** INFO: Variable FRAMEDROP has value "true"
logger: *** INFO: Variable FDSTR has value "-framedrop"
logger: *** INFO: Variable LIRCRC has value ""
logger: *** INFO: Variable LIRCSTR has value ""
logger: *** INFO: Variable SUBTITLE has value " -subpos 80 -sub-bg-color 0
-sub-bg-alpha 30"
logger: *** INFO: Variable REMOTE has value ""
logger: *** Option USERDEF enabled
logger: *** INFO: Variable USERDEF has value "-quiet"
logger: *** INFO: Variable XResPAL has value "352 480 528 544 688 704 720"
logger: *** INFO: Variable XResNTSC has value "352 480 512 544 640 704 720"
logger: *** INFO: Variable SLOW_CPU has value "false"
logger: *** INFO: Variable DVDFiles has value "/etc/vdr/plugins/DVD-VCD"
logger: *** INFO: Variable DVD has value "/dev/cdrom"
logger: *** INFO: Variable DVDLANG has value "en"
logger: *** INFO: Variable DVDOPTIONS has value "-aop list=volume:volume=170"
logger: *** INFO: Variable VCDOPTIONS has value ""
logger: *** INFO: Variable MPEG_DIRECT has value "true"
logger: *** INFO: Variable SUFFIX has value ".mpg"
logger: *** INFO: Variable MPLAYER_V1 has value "true"
logger: *** INFO: Calling getvidxy function to analyze source video stream ...

vdr-xine: external connecting ...
vdr-xine: external connected!
osd: (0, 0)-(480, 480)
SetPlayMode: 0
osd: (0, 0)-(544, 480)
osd: (0, 0)-(480, 480)



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