[MPlayer-users] Reading file content as is, in real time.

xadaux daux xadauxdaux at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 12:25:55 EEST 2020

I've just tried something like this:

mplayer 16.tiff -rawaudio rate=44100 -demuxer rawaudio -ao
jack:name=16.tiff:port=jack_rack -nocache -loop 0 -af channels=2:2:0:1:0:0

Put -nocache flag in some places, between other options and the player
isn't reading the file changes. Tried to put inside the .config profile and

Is some specifical place where put this option?

Missatge de Erik Auerswald <auerswal at unix-ag.uni-kl.de> del dia dj., 16 de
jul. 2020 a les 11:09:

> Hi,
> On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 10:28:38AM +0200, xadaux daux wrote:
> > I'm used to use mplayer with raw data, but specially with .tiff images
> > generated from gimp in order to create sound which passes through jack
> rack
> > to the sound system.
> >
> > In versions previous to 1.3.0, mplayer reads the content in real time so,
> > when I change and save a .TIFF, the player reproduces the changes but
> this
> > is not happening in the current 1.3.0 (from ubuntu 20 repositories).
> >
> > Is any option to override mplayer to caching all the file and stream the
> > file as is?
> Have tried the "-nocache" option?
> HTH,
> Erik
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