From: Matej Cepl <ceplm@se...> - 2006-08-29 14:41:13
Ian Monroe wrote:
> On 8/28/06, Matej Cepl <ceplm@...> wrote:
>> Allan Sandfeld Jensen wrote:
>> > Have you recently updated libxine? Your distribution might have begun
>> > to criple it.
>> OK, I still don't understand why it is so, but when I changed all
>> priorities for differents decoders in xine-config back to default (I
>> tried to boost up a priority of ffmpeg library against w32codecs), then
>> everything works. Weird. What is the proper way how to persuade
>> peacefully xine, that I prefer (for things like .ra) ffmpeg to w32codecs?
> I really don't know, you might try xine-user@...
So, I am trying -- how to persuade libxine (1.1.2 on Debian with amarok),
that for formats which are understood by ffmpeg it shouldn't use w32codecs
without disabling mp3? I put engine.decoder_priorities.ffmpeg-wmv8,
engine.decoder_priorities.ffmpegvideo to 1, and
engine.decoder_priorities.win32a and engine.decoder_priorities.win32v
to -1. However, then it seemed that everything shutdown -- I was not able
even to play mp3 and ogg files then. Seems weird.
Thanks for any reply,
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