[MPlayer-users] Playing DAB MP2 files

Torinthiel torinthiel at megapolis.pl
Thu Sep 2 20:58:39 CEST 2004

On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 07:21:18PM +0100, Paul Webster wrote:
> > On Thu, Sep 02, 2004 at 06:47:38PM +0100, Paul Webster wrote:
> > > However, another way of doing this would be for Mplayer to have
> > an even more
> > > powerful autodetection method - but on the assumption that it would be
> > > either too hard or imprecise to do or might add unacceptable delays at
> the
> > > start of some files then ...
> >
> > As far as I understand rawaudio it's RAW. So it's ONLY coded data. How
> > do you want to differ i.e. a BMP from MPEG video, if it was not for the
> > headers? Data bits looks same everywhere. I'm not an expert, but I don't
> > think an autodetection is possible.
> I didn't say it would be easy ;-)
> However, it does have a clue through the file extension. That could narrow
> the options.
> If it looped through a number of different possible interpretations of the
> data until it decided that it looked plausible (which could be a guided
> choice through the codec.conf file) then it might work.

And how do you define 'looked plausible' in case of audio and/or video?
Guessing by some things I hear on subway anything can be recorded these
times and bear name of 'music'.

> Anyway - hence my 2nd suggestion in the orginal email.

Only sensible one, AFAIK. Problem to make XBMC people recognize it as

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