mplayer with glamo and audio - very slow
yorickmoko at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 15:16:33 CET 2008
this reminds me of the behaviour or epiano ( http://gstaedtner.net/epiano/ )
it doesn't use max cpu, but the sound is crappy when you press a lot
of keys in a short interval
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 2:51 PM, Antony King <ant at truebox.co.uk> wrote:
> I seem to recall there was an issue a while back with pulseaudio transcoding
> the audio on the fly between identical formats and gobbling CPU in the
> process. Could that be a possibility here ?
> On Wednesday 03 December 2008 12:43:26 Pierre Lascar wrote:
>> Le 03/12/2008 03:38, Leonti Bielski a écrit :
>> > Hello!
>> > I'm trying to play some video preencoded for my phone with: mencoder
>> > file_to_encode.avi -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:vhq:vbitrate=300
>> > \ -vf scale=320:240,eq2=1.2:0.5:-0.25,rotate=2 -oac mp3lame
>> > -lameopts br=64:cbr \ -o file_for_openmoko
>> > To watch it I run: mplayer -vo glamo -zoom -x 480 -y 640
>> > your_file.avi
>> > It is played very slow and I get message from mplayer - "your system
>> > is very slow" or something like that. Than I tried it with -nosound
>> > option - and I don't get that message and the fps seem acceptable.
>> > I've always though video was an issue, but this shows me that audio
>> > can significantly slow down the playback.
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