[Mplayer-users] Another happy user with bugs.

Jesse Hepburn jesse_hepburn at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 10 10:11:28 CEST 2001

I remember having a realplayer codec for winamp (that let winamp play
both audio and video).  I'll see if I can find it.  It may be worth a
look to see if I can get it working with mplayer...

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Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2001 5:11 PM
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Subject: Re: Re: [Mplayer-users] Another happy user with bugs.


> > > read .rm and .vivo... dream on... :)
> > RTFM. we can NOT support those.
>  .rm yes, but .vivo? I know, this format is all f*ked up :( has no
> frames, and such - but there is an .ocx that decodes it. Maybe  you
> make it work like win32 codecs do?
does it worth? i've never seen any .vivo files, just heard that it was
in old days, before .asf has born.

i can't hack codecs working, i'm not a win32 cracker.
current dll loader/emu code in mplayer is copied from the avifile

btw just checked readmedia page, and there is a downloadable SDK for
developers. i got it, and seems to be interesting, but it's C++.
maybe someone with c++ knowledge could try to develop something to get
linux realplayer's codecs work. for example, there is TRplayer, which
plays .ra audio under linux, using codecs plugins of realplayer.
(it's c++ too, but simple console app)
Gerard (ffmpeg) already wrote an .rm file demuxer, so if we have working
codecs, then everything is possible... anyone interested?

someone should upload a few vivo files, then we can check what
are they using (is it documented? is there any opensource vivo player
there?). afaik it uses the standard h263 codec, so it isn't problem,
codec can decode it.

> > > model name	: AMD-K6(tm) 3D processor
> > > stepping	: 12
> > > cpu MHz		: 350.801
> > too slow for divx...
>  Really?  Well,  I guess I mustn't tell my processor that he cannot
> it. It works fine right now :)
maybe low res/bitrate divx plays well, or you are using -framedrop ?

A'rpi / Astral & ESP-team

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