Meneer Janssen wrote:
> Dear Xine users,
> When I use opengl as video driver in Xine-UI (Settings> Setup> tab Video driver: opengl &
> enable Double Buffer) then I cannot use the Zoom function (with the 'Z' on the keyboard).
> When I use XV as video driver then I can zoom, however then I cannot adjust
> If I want to adjust those controls then I have to use the opensource Mesa NV driver
> for my NVidia videocard
> that does not have opengl support, instead of the proprietary drivers from Nvidia themselves.
> That is no option for me because other full-screen applications (i.e. sdlmame
> etc.) need opengl support.
> My OS/driver versions:
> xine-gui) v0.99.4.(because of bug in version 0.99.5: the gui won't show in full screen mode!)
> Built with xine library 1.1.1 (1.1.1)
> Found xine library version: 1.1.7 (1.1.7)
> Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon (Xorg 1.3.0 ?)
> Proprietary Legacy Nvidia driver provided by Ubuntu, probably based on Nvidia driver:
> Linux Display Driver - IA32
> Version: 1.0-7185
> Operating System: Linux IA32
> Release Date: April 20, 2007
> (see: http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux_display_archive.html)
> Is there a way to use opengl or xv as xine driver AND to use Xine's zoom function AND adjust
> brightness/contrast/saturation? On my PC this does work (w/ mplayer).
> Best regards, Jansen
Tried to fiddle around a little more with the Xine setttings and the Nvidia driver. No luck
I noticed that when I use the Nvidia driver and Xine w/ xv then video playback is very choppy.
Anybody know if this is a known issue? Will Xine ever work as well w/ opengl and the
Nvidia driver as with the Mesa nv driver and xv?
Bekijk Yes-R's real life soap op MSN Video!