[MPlayer-users] FW: mplayer+cygwin

Sycotic Smith sycotic at linuxmail.org
Tue Mar 25 22:29:16 CET 2003

One of the reasons he isn't able to compile on his own, IMHO, is that the dshow/dmo patch has still not been applied to main and/or v90 branches.  If they are waiting on testing, then I say it's time to apply!  I too have the problem with vox, and I will be searching the archives since I now recall seeing something about it posted previously with a fix... Although I may be thinking of the wrong dll...

/S. Smith

----- Original Message -----
From: Sylvain Petreolle <spetreolle at yahoo.fr>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 21:32:28 +0100 (CET)
To: mplayer <mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu>
Subject: [MPlayer-users] FW: mplayer+cygwin

> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]

> Hi Joey,
> it seems I have stolen your credits :)
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From: "Dmitry P. Yurchenko" <demon at nashmagazin.ru>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 16:28:59 +0600
To: spetreolle at users.sourceforge.net
Subject: mplayer+cygwin

> Hello, dear Sylvain.
> I have download your port of mplayer for cygwin from http://joey.nicewarrior.org/cygmp/mplayer-20030228.exe
> And I was very happy to use your port (because mplayer it's a greatest
> player imho). I can see many videos whith your port without problems,
> which we can see in many native players for win32. Such as slow
> motion, framedrops, slow seeking, cannot playing broken files,
> unexpected crashes, etc. MPlayer it's a very comfortable, fast,
> powerful, stable and smart video player. I like it more then other
> players. But I have problem with your port of mplayer.
> When I try play one film I have this error message:
> Playing x:\video\lord_of_rings_ii\1.avi
> AVI file format detected.
> VIDEO:  [COL1]  672x288  24bpp  23.98 fps  1014.1 kbps (123.8 kbyte/s)
> ==========================================================================
> Opening audio decoder: [dshow] Win32/DirectShow decoders
> ERROR: Could not open required DirectShow codec voxmsdec.ax.
> ADecoder preinit failed :(
> Warning: DS_Filter() could not connect to output pin.  (DLL=voxmsdec.ax, r=0x8004020e)
> ADecoder init failed :(
> *** Try to upgrade c:\program files\mplayer\conf\codecs.conf from etc/codecs.conf
> *** If it still does not work, read DOCS/codecs.html!
> Cannot find codec for audio format 0x75.
> ==========================================================================
> ==========================================================================
> I can see this film, but I cannot hear anything. I mean I have
> video-steam, but I not have audio-stream:(
> I try to compile mplayer myself (I must say what I am not a programmer
> and I don't know C). And I cannot do it. In time of
> compiling I have error messages like: "Undefined reference ..."
> When I not use win32 codecs than all ok. But I have error message what win32 not
> supported on cygwin and cannot see this film with audio. But when I
> compile mplayer-0.90rc4 under Debian/GNU Linux with win32 codecs
> support I can see this file wery well (with video and audio).
> So I download your patches to mplayer and try to apply this
> patches to mplayer-0.90rc5. Yes, you think right. I cannot do it.
> make exiting with error messages like: "Undefined reference ..." and
> "identifier xxx first use in this function", etc.
> I have search the web, mplayer mailing lists, read docs from mplayer
> package and not find the way how to build mplayer under cygwin with
> win32 codecs support. But how I see you do it! Error messages from
> your mplayer just says what mplayer cannot open requested DLL. But my
> build says something like this: "win32 codecs doesn't support! Try to
> enable it and recompile mplayer."
> And I think. If you did it (win32 codecs support under cygwin) can
> you do it again for new version of mplayer? Or can you send your
> patches to mplayer developers? Why you don't send your patches? If
> you'll do it many users say to you "Thank you!" (I am for example:-)) and we'll have best
> player running on one more platform without any limitations.
> That's all what I want to say.
> Sorry for my poor english.
> Bye.
> Best regards,
>  Dmitry                          mailto:demon at nashmagazin.ru

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