Author Topic: xmp-ffmpeg  (Read 30953 times)

Ionut Cristea

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #100 on: 29 Apr '14 - 17:57 »
  Currently not.

r

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #101 on: 14 Nov '14 - 05:05 »
Hi Ionut,

ffmpeg supports playing of HLS streams.  Would it be possible to get xmp-ffmpeg working with HLS streams?

Check out my other thread for more info on HLS streams:
http://www.un4seen.com/forum/?topic=16169.0

Ionut Cristea

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #102 on: 14 Nov '14 - 19:54 »
 Hi,

I'm afraid not possible for the moment. Maybe a new update will come regarding this.

Ionut

rst

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #103 on: 15 Nov '14 - 22:18 »
anyways how the project goes ?

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #104 on: 15 Jan '15 - 03:11 »
I have a mp4 that has video in it and the Video support from your plugin doesnt show the Video on my mp4. I so want to remove my VLC that can only play that Video with the sounds.

to me VLC Sucks

saga

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #105 on: 15 Jan '15 - 06:45 »
It's not a video plugin. XMPlay is not a video player. If you don't like VLC, try another video player, such as Media Player Classic.

piovrauz

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #106 on: 15 Jan '15 - 07:57 »
there's smplayer , mpv or... WMP. (hihihi)

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #107 on: 17 Jan '15 - 04:08 »
nvm I got it to work now but seems like it plays the video part 2x faster than it is supposed to.

rst

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #108 on: 17 Jan '15 - 20:04 »
how goes the project ?

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #109 on: 17 Jan '15 - 20:50 »
how goes the project ?
idek if it is going well. I think he doesn't know that it plays videos on the option to show them on the files 2x faster than what it is supposed to.

rst

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #110 on: 18 Jan '15 - 15:24 »
i have tried the plugin some xmplay versions down and it worked, but kinda slow with certain videos. Also i had a problem with the tag showing because for some reason the plugin is who want to handle the tags.

But, are there some improvement lately ? specially with the Direct3D implementation, because gdi method was extremelly slow with certain videos.

i am so expected related to this plugin because it will be nice to have video playback on XMplay :)
« Last Edit: 18 Jan '15 - 15:28 by rst »

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #111 on: 19 Jan '15 - 01:27 »
gdi is too fast on mine even though my OS cant find gdiplus.dll that I had before although I think some "Trojens" that my new Antivirus and it also fixed the random shutdowns of this laptop.
With it being too fast on the Video part if I have Info Window open any it lags the OGG Sound playback on XMPlay's "Face".

New Antivirus: Advanced SystemCare 8.0 (Way more better than Security Essentials wich doesnt do crap).

and funny thing is that it has recently since yesturday been having a 248sec boot or so(Most of it black screen after the "Starting Windows").

PSXGamerPro1

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #112 on: 19 Jan '15 - 04:38 »
come to think of it I think I just now see how he did implement the Visuals and the plugin in one file. But If only I had help converting the Entire xmp-sdk.zip to a VB6 type thing to for all VB6 users(I have little knowledge of C++).

But I think this somehow is how you can have Visuals within Plugins themselves.

Code: [Select]
// vis stuff (all OPTIONAL)
const char *visname; // visualisation name
BOOL (WINAPI *VisOpen)(DWORD colors[3]); // initialize vis
void (WINAPI *VisClose)(); // close vis
void (WINAPI *VisSize)(HDC dc, SIZE *size); // get ideal vis dimensions
BOOL (WINAPI *VisRender)(DWORD *buf, SIZE size, DWORD flags); // render vis
BOOL (WINAPI *VisRenderDC)(HDC dc, SIZE size, DWORD flags); // render vis
void (WINAPI *VisButton)(DWORD x, DWORD y); // mouse click in vis

Elrinth

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #113 on: 21 Apr '15 - 12:33 »
ffmpeg crashes xmplay if you add rainwave m3u

To reproduce:
http://rainwave.cc/
Click tune in
Download m3u either ogg or mp3, both will crash xmplay if you have xmp-ffmpeg.dll

Solution is to disable ffmpeg and let xmplay handle the streams/playlists natively

rst

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Re: xmp-ffmpeg
« Reply #114 on: 16 Nov '15 - 15:56 »
is it reaching some noticeable progress ?

thx in advance