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From: Oleg Verych <!gmane?olecom.ENOMSG <at> flower.upol.cz>
Subject: cvidix on radeon is working in text-only mode
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.video.mplayer.devel
Date: Sunday 11th November 2007 03:06:52 UTC (over 9 years ago)
Hallo, fellow developers!

I'd like to report, that radeon is quite OK with cvidix.

Laptop: ASUS A4K, AMD64, Mobility Radeon M10(RV350), Sumsung 1400x1050 LCD.

#!/bin/sh
printf '#clear screen, hide cursor#\033[2J\033[?25l'
mplayer -vo cvidix:radeon -vfm ffmpeg -noslices -x 680 -y 1000 -zoom \
        -msglevel all=-1 *avi 2>/dev/null
printf '#restore cursor#\033[?25h\nFinished.\n'
#

Basically it's like that under TERM=linux. `-noslices' makes ffmpeg
decoders friendly. I.e. they do not mess whole text mode's screens and
fonts, while libmpeg2 is fine without it.

Scaling is also a bit wired, thus those `-x' and `-y' things.

I use very nice terminus terminal font. Setup is like this (in case if
something gets very broken):

#
setfont ter-c14n.psf.gz
#

(While i used such setup in ~2002/nvidia, it's very nice to get rid of all
crappy and bloated X now and finally to live and work more effectively.:)

I'd like to make documetation patch only if docs were in plain text, no
*roff and *ML. Why not to use `txt2tags` or something like that, i.e. to
have plain text, that can be `grep`ed easily, and final output, produced
by *tools*? (Just my opinion against ever growing crap even in basic
things.)

Thanks, for making text-only life more funny!
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