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[LINUX/MAC/WINDOWS] MPlayer porting to XBMC for Linux/Mac/Windows?
#61
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php...tid=581840

way to go Amode... Btw question to anyone, has anyone ever used the old xbox remote/lirc and mplayer together yet? Not saying in XBMC just as stand alone, if you have can you share your conf files?
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#62
@gateway69:
here you go..

to connect the IR-receiver to usb (if you haven't done already):
http://www.redcl0ud.com/ir_wiring.html (currently unavailable, try the google-cache:
http://209.85.135.104/search?q=cache:kcB...cd=7&gl=de
)

i've attached my /etc/lircd.conf & /etc/lircrc

works like a charm , except that the volume-keyse (up & down) only repeat twice if you press them continously, but thats maybe a hardware-limitation because its not the original M$-dvd-kit, just some 5$-stuff from ebay..

hf Smile

so..i'm to dumb to attach files, so im posting them:

/etc/lircd.conf:
Code:
# LIRCD configuration file for Xbox DVD Kit
#
# Marko Friedemann <[email protected]>
#
#
# brand:             Microsoft
# model:             Xbox DVD Remote
# supported devices: Xbox DVD Remote via xpad-ir driver
#
# comment:           EXPERIMENTAL
#

begin remote

    name  XboxDVDDongle
    bits           8

    begin codes

        SELECT          0x0b
        UP              0xa6
        DOWN            0xa7
        RIGHT           0xa8
        LEFT            0xa9
        INFO            0xc3

        9               0xc6
        8               0xc7
        7               0xc8
        6               0xc9
        5               0xca
        4               0xcb
        3               0xcc
        2               0xcd
        1               0xce
        0               0xcf

        DISPLAY         0xd5
        BACK            0xd8
        SKIP+           0xdf
        SKIP-           0xdd
        STOP            0xe0
        REVERSE         0xe2
        FORWARD         0xe3
        TITLE           0xe5
        PAUSE           0xe6
        PLAY            0xea
        MENU            0xf7

      end codes

end remote

test it with irw..

/etc/lircrc:
Code:
# $HOME/.lircrc or /etc/lircrc for mplayer control via xbox-ir
#
begin
  button = PAUSE
  prog = mplayer
  config = pause
end

begin
  button = PLAY
  prog = mplayer
  config = run
end

begin
  button = REVERSE
  prog = mplayer
  config = seek -5 0
  repeat = 1
end

begin
  button = FORWARD
  prog = mplayer
  config = seek +5 0
  repeat = 1
end

begin
  button = SKIP-
  prog = mplayer
  #config = seek 0 1
  config = seek -350 0
end

begin
  button = SKIP+
  prog = mplayer
  #config = seek 100 1
  config = seek +350 0
end

begin
  button = STOP
  prog = mplayer
  config = quit
end

begin
  button = DISPLAY
  prog = mplayer
  config = osd
end

begin
  button = UP
  prog = mplayer
  #config = dvdnav 1
  config = volume +24
  repeat 1
end

begin
  button = DOWN
  prog = mplayer
  #config = dvdnav 2
  config = volume -24
  repeat 1
end

begin
  button = RIGHT
  prog = mplayer
  config = dvdnav 4
end

begin
  button = LEFT
  prog = mplayer
  config = dvdnav 3
end

begin
  button = SELECT
  prog = mplayer
  config = dvdnav 6
end

begin
  button = MENU
  prog = mplayer
  config = dvdnav 5
end

begin
  button = DOWN
  prog = mplayer
  config = dvdnav 2
end

begin
  button = TITLE
  prog = mplayer
  config = sub_select
end

begin
  button = INFO
  prog = mplayer
  config = vo_fullscreen
end
test it with mplayer (of course..)
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#63
thanks, I have a similar setup working with the patched version of xbmc and the buttons..
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#64
Question 
Hello,
It is possible change the dvd player default for mplayer ?
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#65
I'm wondering the same thing...any one out there know if it's possible to specify VLC or another video player to be used as the default player by XBMC?
Eek
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#66
mode2006 Wrote:It is possible change the dvd player default for mplayer?
No, only the Xbox version of XBMC has MPlayer (not XBMC for Linux/Mac/Windows)
Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forum before posting.
Do not e-mail XBMC-Team members directly asking for support. Read/follow the forum rules.
For troubleshooting and bug reporting please make sure you read this first.
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#67
So then what player does XBMC for Windows version use?

Can that default be changed for a different player?
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#68
DVDplayer is the only player used in the ports you may be able to launch an external player with the "launcher plugin" when its ready
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#69
Thanks for the info Malboroman.

For some reason, I totally thought there was an option to choose your player easily...too bad. No
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#70
johnny utah Wrote:For some reason, I totally thought there was an option to choose your player easily...too bad. No

Maybe you used the actual xbox platform in the past?

<soapbox>
To all the devs, myself and I'm sure many others are totally appreciative of your efforts. For a free product, this stuff is totally amazing. It actually pisses me off when I see posts from folks that try to lay guilt trips on you guys just because things don't work exactly how they expect it to. In a way its sad that so many people must feel they can influence complete strangers by expressing their disappointment in the huge effort the strangers have put out. Yet at the same time it just reeks of disrespect. If it makes me feel that way I can't imagine how it must feel to you folks doing the actual work. Unfortunately it reflects on where society seems to be going these days with way too many people expecting something for nothing and throwing a wobbler when they don't get it.
</soapbox>

"The world is run by those who show up." - Thanks for showing up XBMC Devs!!
cheers,

crazyivan
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#71
Hello,

I am a happy user of both MPlayer & XBMC on Linux. I discovered the former one many years ago, and the latter only some days ago.
I can say that XBMC is good. To be honest, is THE BEST. I tried as many MCs as there are on linux, and I express my opinion only as an end-user. Its ergonomics and design are amazing. I won't carry on, but I can say that it meets all my requirements. All ... ? Well, almost. Why ?
Because I can also say that MPlayer is THE BEST, too. I saw that someone refers to MPlayer (or its advantages/usage within the scope of XMC) as some obscure codecs. With all due respect, sir ... are you blind? Do you need me to attach some screenshots to see the difference? Do you think that 2 hours of pleasant visual experience can be traded off with "integration", "seamless", etc. or anything else? I don't mean to be impolite, I was infinitely pleased by XBMC. I will use it for music playback. But I most likely won't use it for movie playback. Team leaders and project managers, please listen to a humble user: unless this internal player of XBMC is not the best (or until MPlayer is still matched by it), XBMC will simply NOT be the best. And that is a shame. It might as well be that the DVDPlayer will never be as good as MPlayer. I see a dead end, somewhere.
I don't want to put any pressure or play the smart one. Every option should be explored:
- if I want "my" Mplayer on "my" XBMC - any solution is better than nothing - even stating it as an external player; I will gladly trade off "integration" with MPlayer;
- there are a few mentions about "time", "money", "effort", etc. Can't we make a fundraise? Doesn't anybody know any millionaire? Not one sigle time a developer/team-leader/manager mentioned a sizing (in time or money) for this project. Why not?
Please, please - at least keep this in mind: essential parts should be the best in order to have the best thing. I can use a Maybach, if I don't have good gas, it won't run. Or I just can keep it in my yard and look at it from time to time.

And I want to thank to all XBMC contributors. You've done such a GREAT job.
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#72
Feel free to show screenshots that show that mplayer has "better" output than xbmc, sure.

Make sure you post the settings you are using for mplayer.
Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forum before posting.
Do not e-mail XBMC-Team members directly asking for support. Read/follow the forum rules.
For troubleshooting and bug reporting please make sure you read this first.


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#73
I have some screenshots - about 7 MB. How can I pass them to anyone interested?
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#74
Maybe I've missed something but why is mplayer still the default player on Xbox, although DVDplayer is available there too (and the default on all other platforms)? And additionally: why can't one set the default player (mplayer or dvdplayer) on Xbox-xbmc?
-= Team Kodi developer fueled by heavy metal =-
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#75
realn: The best idea is to paste them to any of the many free image sites out there (imageshack etc)
Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forum before posting.
Do not e-mail XBMC-Team members directly asking for support. Read/follow the forum rules.
For troubleshooting and bug reporting please make sure you read this first.


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