[MPlayer-users] Animatrix and -delay workaround
p_l at gmx.fr
Mon Apr 7 16:36:48 CEST 2003
* gabor <gabor at z10n.net> [2003-04-07 13:09]:
> On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 12:55, Richard Jones wrote:
> > I'm trying to play the third animatrix episode. The first two I got to play by
> > inserting a "-delay 11" in the command-line, like so:
> > mplayer -fs -delay -11 program0xA3B1____640_dl.mov
> > And that's fine, but with the third, I can't seem to delay the sound long
> > enough. I can put -60 in there, and it still doesn't appear to delay the
> > sound any more than about 6 seconds. 11 would be about perfect again.
> > Does anyone have any ideas why it might not delay long enough?
> > Also, I'm getting a warning "Your system is too SLOW to play this!" when I put
> > the delay in, but I know my system isn't too slow as it doesn't display that
> > message when I don't delay the audio.
> > Is there any chance of being able to play the movies without resorting to
> > trickery?
> > I tried the -dumpaudio suggestion made by gabor, but couldn't figure how to
> > make it play the audio I'd dumped. The suggestion is here:
> > http://mplayerhq.hu/pipermail/mplayer-users/2003-April/031839.html
> sorry, my fault :(
> i forgot the decode part: you need faad for this. get it from
> http://audiocoding.com .
> the correct way:
> mplayer -dumpaudio -aid 1 animatrix3.mov
> mv stream.dump animatrix3begin.aac
> mplayer -dumpaudio -aid 2 animatrix3.mov
> mv stream.dump animatrix3main.aac
> faad animatrix3begin.aac
> faad animatrix3main.aac
> cat animatrix3begin.wav animatrix3main.wav > animatrix3.wav
You should concatenate the aac files before using the faad or else
you've got some "kwak" noise when passing from 1st track to 2nd one
(probably caused by the wav headers).
And IIRC, the aid 2 was to be played before aid 1 (not sure as I
converted it rather late at night).
> mplayer -audiofile animatrix3.wav animatrix3.mov
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