jjermann at gmx.net
Wed Aug 28 15:11:42 CEST 2002
On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 02:50:34PM +0200, anders at gnulinux.dk wrote:
> * Jonas Jermann <jjermann at gmx.net> [2002-08-28 12:18:27]:
> > On Wed, Aug 28, 2002 at 12:02:50PM +0200, anders at gnulinux.dk wrote:
> > > * Diego Biurrun <diego at biurrun.de> [2002-08-28 03:00:35]:
> > > > Hi everybody!
> > > >
> > > > I think it's time to start a wishlist/ideas document or webpage. The
> > > > donations page was quite a success and some people on -users have been
> > > > offering their help and asking for places to start hacking...
> > > >
> > > > [...]
> > >
> > > It could be nice if MPlayer could automaticly detect more things and
> > > enable them, like the automatic -ni.
> > It's in cvs afaik :)
> That was what I meant, we need more of that.
oh, sorry :))
> Also why can't mplayer use
> some kind of algorithm to play the right dvd title? Sometimes dvd's start
> at title 1, sometimes title 12. Hardware dvd players can do this, why
> can't mplayer? :)
Now, I'm 100% on your side :)))
I was always for a title guess and did a big research on ifo
structure. There is nothing afaik that indicates the "right"
title key. You have to guess. After some search I found
dvdbackup, but it's still not enough, as on some dvds I have the
main titel_s_ from 7-12 or sthg like this (btw: over 80% of my
dvds don't start at title id 1). I therefore would welcome the
possibility to specify many titles (-dvd 7-12).
What I don't understand is how the hw players do this. Probably
they use a guess too (longest title). Or a hiden clue to the
right title. There is maybe a chance in using the menu
_operations_ as a base (I didn't looked at those, they seem
really cryptic ;).
Any clue on this?
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