[MPlayer-users] Animatrix and -delay workaround
mdew at mdew.dyndns.org
Tue Apr 8 06:06:28 CEST 2003
On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 23:05, gabor wrote:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 12:55, Richard Jones wrote:
> > [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> > 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
> mplayer -audiofile animatrix3.wav animatrix3.mov
doing all that to play one file, a bit hack really...would be nice if
mplayer could play it straight off like everyother file.
mdew <mdew at mdew.dyndns.org>
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