[MPlayer-users] Gxf file format

Guillaume POIRIER poirierg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 18 17:56:36 CEST 2005


On 8/18/05, Sebastian Schäfer <Sebastian.Schaefer at ropa.de> wrote:
> Hi list!
> I got some files here which definitely are video files (D-Cinema videos), but unfortunately I can't play them.
> This is the list of files:
>         61.494.832 THX_Science_FLT_1920.302
>                678 THX_Science_FLT_1920.cpo
>        239.328.576 THX_Science_FLT_1920.gxf
>                628 THX_Science_FLT_1920.smil
>                720 THX_Science_FLT_1920.sqc
> The .smil file seems to be an "index" file which tells the D-Cinema system where to look for video and audio.
> The .302 file is the audio file according to that .smil file.
> The .cpo file contains the same as the .smil
> The .gxf file is the video. Gspot identifies it as an MPEG-2 stream. According to Google .gxf seems to be the General eXchange Format, a container which can transport audio and video in a multiplexed way, encoded with at least JPEG and MPEG.
> This is what mplayer prints out when I try to play the .gxf:
> MPlayer 1.0pre7-3.4.2 (C) 2000-2005 MPlayer Team

Please retry with a fresh CVS checkout. Even though I don't recall
having such format getting added to MPlayer, that won't hurt. Please
make sure you compile MPlayer with win32 codecs support.



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