[MPlayer-users] Re: video out onto two screens - terrible framedrop with audio on
akhavr at kds.com.ua
Thu Dec 16 16:11:50 CET 2004
"R=" == Reimar =?UTF8?Q?D=F6ffinger?= wrote:
>> (cat stream.yuv | tee mp1 > mp2 ) &
>> mplayer -nocache -quiet -vo x11 -display $disp1 mp1 &
>> mplayer -nocache -quiet -vo xv -display $disp2 mp2 &
>> mplayer -nocache -vo yuv4mpeg -slave -quiet "$1"
R=> As I already wrote this just can't work. You absolutely _must_ specify
R=> -benchmark for the two slave mplayers, because otherwise all of them
R=> will try to do timing and completely step onto each others feet,
R=> literally speaking.
Aha, I see.. I've tried initially to -benchmark on master instance which
failed terribly, so I've abandoned that. Now, when I've tried -benchmark
only on slaves, it worked perfectly on the mpeg2 clip which initially
R=> If you have sound, the one playing the sound must (and always will)
R=> handle timing, otherwise it doesn't matter which one.
The master instance now plays sound. At it looks like it does it in sync
Andrey V Khavryuchenko http://www.kds.com.ua/
Silver Bullet Software Solutions http://www.livejournal.com/~akhavr
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