[MPlayer-dev-eng] [PATCH] fix for -srate bug
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Thu Oct 21 12:10:44 CEST 2004
>is there any way to make it runtime-configurable? imo something like
>this should be runtime configurable. if it's compiletime you get into
>a problem about which mode distros, etc. will ship, and whether users
>can rely on it to be fast or high quality...
Agreed. It would be very nice to be able to run under different
qualities for different purposes. And for the intended use, it would
also be nice to even be able to tweak it at runtime so that we can cut
back the quality if the CPU load is too high.
I could see for example that perhaps music might end up using a higher
quality than video (on the dubious assumption that we are more likely to
have spare CPU when there is no video)
I think this looks extremely promising though. Thanks Michael!
By the way, without looking are there significant differences between
CVS and a recent libavcodec as would be pulled down by a packaged
mplayer? I'm just trying to understand if something critical was fixed
recently for example?
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