[MPlayer-users] Playing QHD (3840x2160) material with mplayer
Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski
dominik at rangers.eu.org
Fri Apr 11 00:26:51 CEST 2008
On Friday, 11 April 2008 at 00:01, Dean S. Messing wrote:
> I am trying to play uncompressed rgb QHD material with mplayer. After
> modifying transcode to handle QHD, I was able to generate an .avi from
> the .png frames of the video. I can play them with mplayer using
> "-vo x11" but only at about 14fps. I need to play at 24fps.
> When I use the xv output driver, I get the Transcript below. Is it
> straightforward to increase the accepted dimensions of the xv output
> driver in the mplayer source code?
It's not a limitation of MPlayer. It's a limitation of the driver for your
graphics card or even a limitation of the card itself (video overlay size).
You could try using -vo gl:yuv=X with various X values or -vo xvidix (see
man mplayer), but there are other limiting factors as well. I mean, we're
talking 4.7Gbps (570MB/s) of data here. A decent PCIe 2.0 card can handle
that (even with one lane), but the limiting factor is the storage. So
unless you're playing from a RAM disk or a 10Gb network (even an SSD drive
is too slow), you won't be able to play it in real time. And I'm not
counting the decoding time here.
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