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Old 09-10-07, 04:10 AM   #13
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Default Re: Fullscreen video overlay to TV?

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That would sound like a solution that may be the best workaround for me.
Unfortunately I don't have a lot of X server configuration experience, and don't know how to setup a second X session like that.
Could you please give a simple example?
I think what he suggests is not possible. Probably the suggestion was that nvidia should make that possible.
As it is now, a single nvidia card can only be controlled by a single X server, and as far as I know this means the cursor will always move over between screens.
The configuration commands for this are described in appendix P of the README file.
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Old 09-10-07, 11:03 AM   #14
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There are no plans to implement that sort of functionality in the drivers currently, but knowing that users would like it helps prioritize future development.

That said, I strongly believe that this sort of feature belongs in the media players themselves, rather than in the driver.
That would be a very nice feature. To make it simple, I would think about an ENV variable that nVidia libs would intercept. This way, it would be transparent to all players.

The ENV var could look like this :

NVIDIA_FULLSCREEN_OVERLAY="DISPLAY:<token>,<option s>"

DISPLAY:<standard display spec> (ie: localhost:1.0)
or
DISPLAY:TV (to use the TV-Out dongle)

and <options> could look like options in xorg.conf such as :

TVStandard:PAL-B,TVOutFormat:SVIDEO,...

For example, a single desktop (screen) user wanting to watch a movie on his TV would launch :

NVIDIA_FULLSCREEN_OVERLAY="DISPLAY:TV,TVStandard:P AL-B,TVOutFormat:SVIDEO" mplayer -vo xv /path/to/movie

Of course, an option in xorg.conf allowing permanent fullscreen overlay for people wanting it would have sense.
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Old 04-16-08, 06:58 PM   #15
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Default Re: Fullscreen video overlay to TV?

FYI: something like that should be possible using totem and nvtv. have a look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...em/+bug/218454 and http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=528332 for more information.
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