dexter | 1 Dec 01:48 2007
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can MPlayer play this stream?

As subject says:

rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4

its from democracynow.org 

...dex
RVM | 1 Dec 02:59 2007
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Re: mplayer -slave... (how to) disable, keyboard input?

El Viernes, 30 de Noviembre de 2007 18:44, Lee Jackson escribió:

> I had a little time to look at this in some more detail this morning.
>
> mplayer.c line 2604
> mp_input_add_key_fd(-1,0,mplayer_get_key,NULL);
>
> The above line seems to be responsible for adding console keyboard input
> and if it is commented out, or the line immediately prior is prefixed by
> a suitable if statement [ e.g. if (!slave_mode) ], then slave mode works
> as I had expected it to behave. Thats a very quick hack though, based on
> VERY limited knowledge (note that Im also observing this problem with
> the svn version obviously).
>
> Anways, the console keyboard input behavior in slave mode APPEARS to be
> broken (and from browsing the rep, has been for a long time) and it
> would be useful for an active developer to have a look at this - it may
> just be a case of the documentation differing from the
> implimentation.... as an aside, the importance of this to me is that I'm
> embedding mplayer in a QT4 widget and I want to disable any other input
> apart from that which I define.
>
> I note there are several GUIs for mplayer which presumably are not
> affected by this; can anyone provide a quick heads up on how they
> approach remapping/ignoring mplayers keyboard handling?

I had the same problem when I started to develop smplayer. I just copied the 
method that kplayer used. It passes to mplayer an input.conf (-input 
conf=..../input.conf), with something like this:

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RC | 1 Dec 03:48 2007
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Re: mplayer -slave... (how to) disable, keyboard input?

On Sat, 1 Dec 2007 02:59:25 +0100
RVM <rvm3000 <at> ya.com> wrote:

> it's better to replace "gui_about" with something mplayer can't
> understand,  that way it's completely ignored.

seek 0
Krzysztof Duchnowski | 1 Dec 10:37 2007
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Re: can MPlayer play this stream?

dexter pisze:

> rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4

> its from democracynow.org 

It's something wrong with this MP4 stream:

> Unable to determine our source address: This computer has an invalid
 > IP address: 0x0

Use RealMedia or downloadable one.

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Reimar Döffinger | 1 Dec 10:43 2007
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Re: mplayer -slave... (how to) disable, keyboard input?

On Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 06:48:27PM -0800, RC wrote:
> On Sat, 1 Dec 2007 02:59:25 +0100
> RVM <rvm3000 <at> ya.com> wrote:
> 
> > it's better to replace "gui_about" with something mplayer can't
> > understand,  that way it's completely ignored.
> 
> seek 0

Well, "ignore" is a bit more straight-forward...
The Wanderer | 1 Dec 14:28 2007
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Re: can MPlayer play this stream?

Krzysztof Duchnowski wrote:

> dexter pisze:
> 
>> rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4
> 
>> its from democracynow.org
> 
> It's something wrong with this MP4 stream:
> 
>> Unable to determine our source address: This computer has an
>> invalid IP address: 0x0
> 
> Use RealMedia or downloadable one.

On my computer, using a comparatively recent if not 100% bleeding-edge
version of the code, I do not get that message.

Instead, I get:

==
mplayer 
"rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4"
MPlayer dev-SVN-r25149-4.1.3 (C) 2000-2007 MPlayer Team
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2200+ (Family: 6, Model: 8, Stepping: 0)
CPUflags:  MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 1 3DNow2: 1 SSE: 1 SSE2: 0
Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 3DNow 3DNowEx SSE

Playing 
rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4.
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dexter | 1 Dec 14:45 2007
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Re: can MPlayer play this stream?

On Sat December 1 2007 09:37:40 Krzysztof Duchnowski wrote:
> dexter pisze:
> > rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_25
> >6kb.mp4
> >
> > its from democracynow.org
>
> It's something wrong with this MP4 stream:
> > Unable to determine our source address: This computer has an invalid
> >
>  > IP address: 0x0
No the stream is good vlc svn from a month ago plays the video but no audio 
(mp4a)
>
> Use RealMedia or downloadable one.
Yes I've been using the realmedia streams for some time now but they've just 
put out the mp4 streams and I love to test :-) here is the full output of 
MPlayer -v attached if anyone can see anything obvious.

...dex

[00:29:46][dexter <at> dexterFC:~]$ mp -v rtsp://ia360620.us.archive.org:554/2/items/dn2007-1129_vid/dn2007-1129_256kb.mp4
MPlayer dev-SVN-r24713-4.1.2 (C) 2000-2007 MPlayer Team
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2500+ (Family: 6, Model: 10, Stepping: 0)
CPUflags:  MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 1 3DNow2: 1 SSE: 1 SSE2: 0
Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 3DNow 3DNowEx SSE
get_path('codecs.conf') -> '/home/dexter/.mplayer/codecs.conf'
Reading /home/dexter/.mplayer/codecs.conf: Can't open '/home/dexter/.mplayer/codecs.conf': No
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Lee Jackson | 1 Dec 16:52 2007

Re: mplayer -slave... (how to) disable, keyboard input?

RVM wrote:
> El Viernes, 30 de Noviembre de 2007 18:44, Lee Jackson escribió:
>
>   
>> I had a little time to look at this in some more detail this morning.
>>
>> mplayer.c line 2604
>> mp_input_add_key_fd(-1,0,mplayer_get_key,NULL);
>>
>> The above line seems to be responsible for adding console keyboard input
>> and if it is commented out, or the line immediately prior is prefixed by
>> a suitable if statement [ e.g. if (!slave_mode) ], then slave mode works
>> as I had expected it to behave. Thats a very quick hack though, based on
>> VERY limited knowledge (note that Im also observing this problem with
>> the svn version obviously).
>>
>> Anways, the console keyboard input behavior in slave mode APPEARS to be
>> broken (and from browsing the rep, has been for a long time) and it
>> would be useful for an active developer to have a look at this - it may
>> just be a case of the documentation differing from the
>> implimentation.... as an aside, the importance of this to me is that I'm
>> embedding mplayer in a QT4 widget and I want to disable any other input
>> apart from that which I define.
>>
>> I note there are several GUIs for mplayer which presumably are not
>> affected by this; can anyone provide a quick heads up on how they
>> approach remapping/ignoring mplayers keyboard handling?
>>     
>
> I had the same problem when I started to develop smplayer. I just copied the 
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The Wanderer | 1 Dec 18:09 2007
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Re: mplayer -slave... (how to) disable, keyboard input?

Lee Jackson wrote:

> The -inputconf method had passed my mind but I couldn't believe that
> such a crude hack had to be resorted to...given this and the fact
> that this isn't an issue under windows would seem to indicate that
> something is broken.
> 
> I'd like to see this fixed (given its potentially a one liner) but I
> cant seem to find where to report bugs formally (and informally
> suggest patches)...any suggestions on best way to move forward
> without adding noise to the dev list?

This list is the official place for bug reports; for a slightly less
noise-heavy place, I believe they are also accepted on mplayer-advusers,
although what the situation as far as subscribed developers there is
these days I don't know.

If you have a patch for consideration, you are advised to read
DOCS/tech/patches.txt and submit the patch directly to the -dev-eng
mailing list; patch submissions which pay attention to those rules are
not, generally speaking, considered noise.

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Bertrand Florat | 1 Dec 18:40 2007
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How to set volume at startup ?

Hi,

I know this question has already been discussed several times on this list but I
never found any proper response in archives so far. I didn't found any reply in
manual neither.

What I want to do is to set mplayer volume at startup  using the volume value
like we do in slave mode (volume 2 10 for 10% or instance).

I can't set volume using slave mode command just after mplayer startup because
otherwise, we hear sound few ms from the mplayer startup and before mplayer
actually consumes the slave volume command.

The nearest related option I found so far is -af volume=[gain] with gain from
-200 (mute) to 60 (max). Does it mean there's not other way to set volume and we
have to use a Volume = 100/260 *(Gain + 200) function and use -af command ?

Please enlight me...

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