[MPlayer-dev-eng] [PATCH] support -mouse-movements on OS/2

KO Myung-Hun komh78 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 10:02:22 CET 2014

Reimar Döffinger wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 01, 2014 at 11:44:01PM +0900, KO Myung-Hun wrote:
>>> But without panscan support it's not going to give the right results
>>> e.g. when that feature is used.
>>> Try for example "-panscanrange -1 -panscan -0.5" (this is supposed
>>> to scale the video to half the window size), I guess your code will
>>> produce mouse coordinates that are quite off.
>> No. It does not respond to this at all. ^^
> Hm, I was quite convinced it would. No idea what I missed.
>>> I don't know what options there are on OS/2, but most overlay based VOs
>>> nowadays use calc_src_dst_rects to just handle all these options
>>> (in particular panscan and border-pos-x/y).
>> Ok. I've used calc_src_dst_rects().
> Oh, I didn't expect it to be that simple...

Due to this, libkva comes to have an ability to display an image into a
destination rectangle.


>> BTW, border-pos-x/y should be used for OSD ? I cannot find any
>> differences of a OS/2 build not using it from a Windows build using it.
> Honestly the way these options interact with OSD is basically random.
> The thing is, for most vos the OSD will be drawn right onto the video,
> thus we really have no real choice on where it ends up (which means
> these options will affect the OSD location).
> -vo gl in particular is an exception, and I think there these options will
> not effect the OSD there.
> But I didn't test it, and I wouldn't say that the one or the other is
> intended.
> I would say ideally, the location of the OSD would be configurable, but
> so for nobody really requested that (except for ASS subtitles, but there
> it is the library deciding it on its own, based on the size of the
> borders).

Ok. I'll implement this feature later if needed.

>> Ah, the dvdnav white box cursor problem was solved. It was due to -slang
>> option I'm having in config file.
> Hm, I think slang is supposed to be ignored for menus, I think I
> implemented something there.
> But maybe it's not working properly.


KO Myung-Hun

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