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Old 03-03-05, 05:41 PM   #1
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Default does it work on your nvidia card?

I'm using Leadtek 6600GT card on an Gigabyte nforce 3 board.

I'm trying my best to make it work but mplayer always freezes when using single head xorg.conf and using DVI only connection and -vo xv. It also does the same behavior when I use my card's proprietary 6 pin p/s2 connection. I do experience the same behavior in mythtv when using xv. It happens too in XvMC. But when I start using twinview, DVI connection works. Oh btw, I am able to see X properly at 1080i when using single head configuration. It only freezes up when I start using Xvideo.

Is there an issue with xvideo with 1.6629 version? Or is it an xvideo issue?

Thanks, any help will be appreciated.


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Old 04-15-05, 03:11 AM   #2
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Default Re: does it work on your nvidia card? (XvMC on DVI)

I can use xv with mplayer/xine on both output of my MSI 5950 Ultra 256 (DVI->1920x1200 Dell 24" :0.1 and VGA->800x600 Infocus X1 :=0.0) . But what I want is to use XvMC on my DVI connection, and I can't do it ???
I have today mplayer CVS with the xvmc port option, but no way...
I use the nvidia-kernel-1.0.7174 from gentoo on amd64
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