The only thing I get is this here:
load_plugins: plugin /usr/local/lib/xine/plugins/2.0/xineplug_decode_dvaudio.so found main: probing
video output plugin video_out_xv: using Xv port 280 from adaptor NV17 Video Texture for hardware colour space conversion and scaling. video_out_xv: ignoring broken XV_HUE settings on NVidia cards video_out_xv: this adaptor supports the YUY2 format. video_out_xv: this adaptor supports the YV12 format. main: probing audio output plugin audio_alsa_out : supported modes are 8bit 16bit 24bit 32bit mono stereo (4-channel not enabled in xine config) (4.1-channel not enabled in xine config) (5-channel not enabled in xine config) (5.1-channel not enabled in xine config) (a/52 and DTS pass-through not enabled in xine config) video_out_xv: VO_PROP_ASPECT_RATIO(0) gui_xine_open_and_play(): mrl: 'astrahd+.m2t', sub 'NONE', start_pos 0, start_time 0, av_offset 0, spu_offset 0. xine: found input plugin : file input plugin ebml: Invalid EBML length size (0x0) at position 3 ebml: invalid master element xine: found demuxer plugin: MPEG Transport Stream demuxer av_offset=0 pts spu_offset=0 pts
It’s also strange, that perfoming a
xine --list-plugins | grep -i vdpau
returns nothing back.
Btw. Please read the README-VDPAU, there’s is mention a modification. You’ve got to find in
~/.xine/config the line
and replace the 15 with a 22.
The README also states, it’s all very buggy and atm only m2t files are supported. Matroska (.mkv) and .mov aren’t working. Since the Xine developer team has a diffrent approach, they aren’t as fast as the MythTV team.
Ah, one goody left: They also mention VDR, and how one can get it to work 😉 :
(I think it’s about vdr-xine and xineliboutput plugin as server and client front-end)
How do i get it working with VDR, Kaffeine, whatever.
Ask VDR, Kaffeine, whatever developers.
(Note: for kaffeine you are lucky, i’m going to tell you the tip.
Build kaffeine like that: ./configure –without-xcb && make && make install)
to be continued…
The reason why it’s not working for me, is quite simple (thanks Lorenzo@#xine-vdpau on IRC:irc.freenode.net on 2008-12-20).
My xine-ui is using
/usr/lib/xine/plugins/2.0/. You can check this easily yourself by running:
xine --verpobe --no-logo
But my libraries resides in
One must know, xine-vdpau is branch 1.1.16 (->plugin.dir: 1.25) and not 1.2.0 (->plugin.dir:2.0). You can verify the paths yourself in this file:
This all came because of my previous xine-lib-1.2 installation for the VDR (Video Disk Recorder) for HD playback. See here. If you are affected too, read ahead how I solved it.