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Forum: Playback Help 2010-02-07, 23:23
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Posted By darukaru
I've been using PS3 Media Server for about a...

I've been using PS3 Media Server for about a week. It's a decent program, but it has its share of quirks.

It will transcode/convert mkv files to a ps3-compatible data stream on the fly, so...
Forum: Playback Help 2009-09-11, 23:02
Replies: 524
Views: 147,017
Posted By darukaru
You need to add --arch=x86_64 to the...

You need to add --arch=x86_64 to the ffmpeg-config file if you want it to build on 10.6.

I got all the way to the final link and then had it throw me an undefined symbol error, to wit:
...
Forum: Playback Help 2009-09-08, 21:40
Replies: 524
Views: 147,017
Posted By darukaru
If you built it with pigoz's instructions (doing...

If you built it with pigoz's instructions (doing the second round of git checkout, etc.), it should be multi-threaded. I noticed a problem with some AVIs that use mp3 soundtracks--they wouldn't play...
Forum: Playback Help 2009-09-07, 23:48
Replies: 524
Views: 147,017
Posted By darukaru
After a bit of poking around, here's a configure...

After a bit of poking around, here's a configure string which worked for me to build a 64-bit mplayer binary under Snow Leopard. Use at your own risk, as I've tested it on a grand total of two videos...
Forum: Playback Help 2009-09-04, 21:00
Replies: 524
Views: 147,017
Posted By darukaru
By default, everything in Snow Leopard tries to...

By default, everything in Snow Leopard tries to build as x86_64 code, and apparently mplayer doesn't like this. You need to change your configure line so that it includes...
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