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dslboy 03-12-2004 09:32 AM

mplayer and fullscreen?
 
Could someone that have Nvidia GF440mx and mplayer tell me what kind of vo they use to get fullscreen?

thewizard20 03-12-2004 12:56 PM

i think it should be -vo xv

Komakino 03-12-2004 01:19 PM

I had to specify -zoom to get it to zoom to fullscreen...otherwise it just put it normal size in a fullscreen window with black around the edges.

dslboy 03-12-2004 02:41 PM

Does this mean I need to run it in console to get it fullscreen...
Other users running it trough x with mx440?

DrOzz 03-12-2004 02:47 PM

i have the exact video card and i don't specify anything ...
i just type :
mplayer movie.avi

if i do specify then my results are as followed :
by typing :
mplayer -vo x11 movie.avi
it won't go fullscreen and it stays centered in the middle of the screen
if i type :
mplayer -vo xv movie.avi
and then press:
Code:

f
to go fullscreen it works fine ... so by default that is what mine is using and it maximizes
perfectly fine ...

Komakino 03-12-2004 03:39 PM

No, you don't have to run it console to get it fullscreen, you just might need to specify some command line arguments.

dslboy 03-12-2004 05:01 PM

Yeah, i've tried xv and x11 and all that, but still no fullscreen. And if i run regular mplayer(not gui) I get black and white...

thewizard20 03-12-2004 05:24 PM

you might need to install the nvidia drivers

dslboy 03-12-2004 05:55 PM

If you're talking about the binary package from nvidia.com
I already hav 'em, thus I think the -vo x11 i use is wrong for my display card...

mikshaw 03-12-2004 07:50 PM

in .mplayer/config the only relative option I have is
fs=yes # Enlarges movie window to your desktop's size.

In .mplayer/gui.conf I have:
vo_driver = "xv"
load_fullscreen = "yes"

and it works with my nvidia gf4

dslboy 03-12-2004 08:23 PM

It works now..
On some movies, they turn b/w, with xv driver, but it works!

Thanx m8!


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