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hey i configured mplayer and after playing around a bit with the docs..i managed to configure gmplayer too.the videos are opening up alright but..i am not able to increase the resolution of the video..ie..the video remains...som 350x280 resolution and thats it..i cant change it..even if i press full screen ie -f,it remains the same.so..some one please help me out..i think i gotta change the video modes.but dont know exactly where they are located.....
hey thanx dude..its working too.but i think its better to edit the gui.config file so that every time i need not type the entire line..also ..theres again this small problem..when ever i open gmplayer.. a message box appears say ing that theres some subtext.ttf error and asks me to load it again in ~/.mplayer/fonts..i dont know what it is.....
"..theres again this small problem..when ever i open gmplayer.. a message box appears say ing that theres some subtext.ttf error and asks me to load it again in ~/.mplayer/fonts..i dont know what it is....."
its very irritating but it has a very funny, easy solution. copy a true type font (say tahoma.ttf from windows) to the directory /home/yourhome/.mplayer OR to /home/yourhome/.mplayer/fonts. rename the font file as subtext.ttf. that's it!