Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

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Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby fulalas » 16 Feb 2017, 23:50

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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Evan » 18 Feb 2017, 14:46

Cinnamon 64 v3.2.2

Installed everything and the MPvplayer icon shows in the Menu but when i clicked it nothing happened , someone else needs to confirm this?
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Blaze » 18 Feb 2017, 18:24

In USM I found ffmpeg-3.2.4-x86_64-1alien.txz
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usm -u all
usm -g ffmpeg
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Evan » 19 Feb 2017, 00:19

Blaze wrote:In USM I found ffmpeg-3.2.4-x86_64-1alien.txz


But does fulalas mpv.xzm work for you?
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby fulalas » 19 Feb 2017, 02:38

Bear in mind that Mpv has a really minimalist GUI. I don't recommend using it. Instead, I use SMPlayer as the frontend and Mpv as the video engine-player. I prefer Mpv over MPlayer because Mpv has synchronization between FPS and refresh rate, which avoid stuttering (more about this subject here).

Also, try to run Mpv inside the console and check for any errors. ;)
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Evan » 19 Feb 2017, 02:52

fulalas wrote:Also, try to run Mpv inside the console and check for any errors. ;)


will do. :)

But all i've done is what any newbie will do , Write porteus Cinnamon 64 to a USB stick without changing anything and click and activate all the .xzm links.

If the menu item does nothing for a standard install but works for you then something is different. :)

Are you testing the modules yourself on a fresh install or are you keeping devel.xzm and crippled_sources.xzm loaded as that would be different from a newbie install?
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby fulalas » 19 Feb 2017, 03:06

The problem with Linux is that is has endless scenarios, so it's almost impossible to predict everything. On one hand this means freedom and power, on the other it means total chaos :D

I'm using LXQt as the main DE. But I usually don't keep devel.xzm neither crippled_sources.xzm activated. If you're experiencing errors, I have almost 100% certainty that it is related to missing dependencies.

Anyway, if you want to try the minimalist Mpv GUI, type this on a console:
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mpv --player-operation-mode pseudo-gui
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Evan » 19 Feb 2017, 03:09

will do , i'll report back.
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Re: Mpv 0.24.0 (video engine-player)

Postby Evan » 19 Feb 2017, 12:00

Well that's odd as it is now working from menu. :unknown:

Out of frustration of trying to do too many things at once i wouldn't be surprised if i missed activating one of the modules , though i'm petty sure i done them all.

Anyhows it's working now , sorry about that Buddy.
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