[MPlayer-users] replacement for -vop pp=0x20000
damm at opensource.se
Wed Aug 20 12:22:34 CEST 2003
I use "-vf halfpack" when I watch interlaced DVD:s.
TFM tells me that it should eat little CPU which fits me perfect.
On Wed, 20 Aug 2003 12:17:23 +0200
Michael Weissenbacher <webmaster at dermichi.com> wrote:
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> i have been a happy mplayer user for a while now. i was using the
> 0.90/0.91 version until i learned that i would have to update to the cvs
> version so that i can use mplayer for dvb (mpeg2 transport stream) viewing.
> i checked out the cvs and it compiled fine. everything works as
> expected, but i cannot find the right option for deinterlacing any more.
> with older mplayer i always used "-vop pp=0x20000" and that worked like
> a charm. the option that seems to do the same now should be "-vf
> lavcdeint". but if i try to set this option all i get is:
> Option vop: lavcdeint doesn't exist.
> what is now the best way to enable deinterlacing?
> | Michael Weissenbacher <webmaster at dermichi.com> |
> | http://www.dermichi.com/ |
> | <Deek> nopcode: No, it isn't. Win32 lacks the equivalent |
> | of fork(). |
> | <Knghtbrd> Deek: windoze is not meant for people who |
> | should have access to sharp objects, hence no fork() |
> | <Knghtbrd> instead, you must rely on spoon() |
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