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Old 11-05-2003, 11:58 AM   #1
TheShemeta
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MPlayer & RealVideo!!!!


Hi folks,

i have some movies made with RV9 & i want to play them with MPlayer, but it's not working so good. i set my cache for 8192 & audio sync, because if i don't use these settings, the video is slower than the audio.
do you know why is that & if i can get a nice player for RV9. i tryed the RealPlayer, but it's worse than MPlayer. I tryed also the Helix Player, but when i switch to fullscreen, the picture quality is very bad.

i would appreciate any help & tipps!

thanks a lot, TheShemeta
 
Old 11-05-2003, 02:20 PM   #2
Tim2000
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Xine is a pretty good media player, simple and fast. You might want to try it. http://xinehq.de/
 
  


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