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Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by DonRon9, Jun 27, 2007.

  1. DonRon9

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    how do you adjust the collers (brigthnes, contrast, ect.)in mpc ?

    cheers
     
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    well it cant play .mkv files (x264)
     
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    Actually it can, just that it uses libavcodec for AVC decoding which might not be what you want.
     
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    dont know what you meen, but when i try to upen it with VLC nothing happens

    cheers
     
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    I mean that VLC can play mkv's containing AVC/h.264 streams. Don't know what is going on your end. Personally I am not a fan of VLC anyway. I prefer mplayer.
     
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    but you cant adjust the collers in MPC so how can you be a fan of that
     
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    mplayer != MPC. With mplayer you can use various keys to adjust colour, brightness, etc. Don't really use that feature myself though anyway.
     
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    what keys m8 ?

     
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    From input.conf:
    1 contrast -1
    2 contrast 1
    3 brightness -1
    4 brightness 1
    5 hue -1
    6 hue 1
    7 saturation -1
    8 saturation 1
     
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    sorry i dont understand

    where or how do i chance the brightnes
     
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    4 increases, 3 decreases. Some GUI's may also be able to adjust it.
     
  13. DonRon9

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    when i hit..
    2= the display-bar gows away
    3= the display-bar show again
    4= nothing habbens

    where du you se this..

    From input.conf:
    1 contrast -1
    2 contrast 1
    3 brightness -1
    4 brightness 1
    5 hue -1
    6 hue 1
    7 saturation -1
    8 saturation 1

    a path would be nice. cheers
     
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    Well in the source package it is in the etc folder. For my builds it comes in the ./mplayer folder, but should be installed to %APPDATA%\mplayer except for builds compiled with CPU runtime support.

    By the way mplayer doesn't have a display bar. Sounds like you are still using MPC. So once again, mplayer is NOT Media Player Classic.
     
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    yes lol.. dos "mplayer" play .mkv files (x264)
     
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    thanks its working like a charm...
     

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