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Re: Video playback
2012/2/10 Nicolás Wolovick <nwolovick@xxxxxxxxx>
> 2012/2/10 Julian Andres Klode <jak@xxxxxxxxxx>
>> On Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 10:42:30PM -0300, Nicolás Wolovick wrote:
>> > By the way, gouchi noticed that NVIDIA implementation of EGL/GLES2.0
>> > be working in order nvgstplayer displays video.
>> > What I can see is still not satisfactory for a purposely play-HD-videos
>> > For example a AVI, 624 x 352, 25.00 fps, video: XviD, drops between 5
>> to 10
>> > frames out of 25 per second.
>> Does it have audio?
>> At least the last time I tried, audio causes issues
>> with nvgstplayer, not video. Video-only streams should decode as expected,
>> while streams with audio may skip multiple frames and be fairly unusable,
>> probably depending on the audio codec.
> Ok, later I'll try
> * other video formats
Ok, it seems MP4V video stream is not handled well. Even with --no-audio
nvgstplayer drops a lot of frames in this 352p movie.
> * disabling audio
Thanks! --no-audio gave 25fps without dropping a single frame in the 720p
Big Buck Bunny movie trailer that has a H264 video stream.
nvgstplayer -i trailer_720p.mov --no-audio --stats
Any workarount to obtain full fps, plus the audio?
BTW I notice that the scaling of the video is not smooth, you can see the
enlarged pixels everywhere for small definition videos or the jagged
borders for big definition videos.
Have anyone else noticed that?
> Best, Nicolás
>> Julian Andres Klode - Debian Developer, Ubuntu Member
>> See http://wiki.debian.org/JulianAndresKlode and http://jak-linux.org/.