[MPlayer-users] Bug 1 of 2: MKV fast forward doesn't work correctly - Mac OS X 10.3.9

Ivan Kowalenko ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com
Fri Apr 14 22:08:13 CEST 2006

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On Apr 14, 2006, at 01.55, Ergzay wrote:

> On 2006/04/14, at 2:09, Alexander Strange wrote:
>> On Apr 14, 2006, at 2:02 AM, Guillaume POIRIER wrote:
>>>> Like I said it happens with ALL and ANY mkv files.
>>> All of them work just fine on my machine (debian-based x86-64), and
>>> they have always been. Seeking is fast and accurate. No problem
>>> whatsoever.
>>> The problem _may_ be with Mac OS X, but if it's the case, you're all
>>> alone: few ppl on the core team have that setup thus, it's hard for
>>> them to reproduce the problem and fix it.
>>> Guillaume
>> I'm pretty sure this problem occured on all platforms when the  
>> audio delay patch was added, but Corey fixed the bug shortly  
>> afterwards and seeking started working again in mkv for me, on OS X.
>> Maybe you should make sure you're completely up to date and  
>> distclean/re-configure/build from scratch?
> Well I just a few hours ago built mplayer from CVS so the problem  
> is current. A few weeks ago I did a completely clean compile and  
> installation on my desktop dual 2.5GHz G5 and that exhibits the  
> same problem.

I'm running MPlayer CVS from Feb 01 2006, and my only problem is the  
inability to rewind MKV files. I'm running OS X (10.4.6) on a G4  
(1.07 GHz). You know, this might not be a problem with MPlayer. I've  
noticed that certain video outs can cause odd problems. For example:  
cropdetect doesn't work with Core Video, but runs fine with Quartz.  
What VO are you using?

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