[MPlayer-users] glitches in the video
rcooley at spamcop.net
Fri Dec 1 17:33:45 CET 2006
On Fri, 1 Dec 2006 12:04:01 +0100
"wouter lists" <wouter.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to know how mplayer handles a 24fps xvid movie played a
> 25fps screen.
It outputs the 24fps, and it's up to your videocard to sample that
> I have the feeling that's missing some frames when playing such a
> movie. You can see it when there is a landscape in the scene and the
> camera goes from left to right. The movement is not 100% fluent and
> there are some hiccups.
It's not synced to the video refresh rate, but that's not "missing
> It looks like it is using the audio as baseline to keep audio and
> video in sync.
Yes, it sure does.
> Is it correct that it waits a few seconds and then adjust the video to
> the audio?
No, MPlayer isn't adjusting anything.
> Can you tell mplayer to use the video as A/V sync method?
No, and if you did, how do you expect it to magically handle/fix the
> Or perhaps other ideas?
If you card/driver supports OpenGL, -vo gl -vf tfields can improve
the situation somewhat, at least halving the effect, and should work
aproximately like film2pal telecine.
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