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Old 08-20-09, 01:57 PM   #13
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Your vdpinfo results
You meant "qvdpautest"
"vdpinfo" is another usefull tool for querying VDPAU implementation capabilities.
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Old 08-20-09, 03:37 PM   #14
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Try using: ./mplayer -ao alsa -vc ffvc1vdpau -aid 4 -demuxer lavf -fps 24000/1001 -lavfdopts format=mpeg -nocorrect-pts SD.evo

I have to use -nocorrect-pts and -fps 24000/1001 while watching progressive encoded 24fps hd-dvd movies to keep audio in sync and without "slow motion"/dropped frames.
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Old 08-20-09, 04:21 PM   #15
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Try using: ./mplayer -ao alsa -vc ffvc1vdpau -aid 4 -demuxer lavf -fps 24000/1001 -lavfdopts format=mpeg -nocorrect-pts SD.evo

I have to use -nocorrect-pts and -fps 24000/1001 while watching progressive encoded 24fps hd-dvd movies to keep audio in sync and without "slow motion"/dropped frames.
Thank you! They play perfectly with these options.
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Old 08-23-09, 03:18 PM   #16
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My source is the EVO file copied from a HDDVD to a local harddrive
Could you upload a sample to ftp://ffmpeg.org/MPlayer/incoming/ (write-only)? I believe that the symptom you describe is not generally known.
(The original report did not mention the video codec type and I assumed H264: skipframe does not work with vc1, iirc, and I did not know of a vc1 stream that does need -mc 2.)

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Old 08-25-09, 02:30 PM   #17
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I have to use -nocorrect-pts and -fps 24000/1001 while watching progressive encoded 24fps hd-dvd movies to keep audio in sync and without "slow motion"/dropped frames.
AFAICT, no such sample is known to the MPlayer developers, so please upload one to
ftp://ffmpeg.org/MPlayer/incoming/ (write-only) and report the file-name here (it is unlikely that the problem will be fixed without a sample).

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Old 08-27-09, 10:02 AM   #18
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I uploaded hd-dvd sample to mplayer/incoming folder. Filename is "hd-dvd_-nocorrect-pts.EVO".

I tested few hd-dvd movies, and they seemed to work fine without -fps 24000/1001 anymore. -nocorrect-pts was still needed.
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