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Old 2007-02-01, 18:22   Link #1
badbballplayer
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saturation control on mac

In quicktime pro, you are able to control various aspects of a video file, such as color intensity (saturation). My question: is there a way to increase the saturation while playing a file in the mplayer for macs? I read somewhere that if you press 7/8 while in mplayer, you can decrease/increase saturation, but it didn't work when I tried. Any ideas?
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Old 2007-02-01, 19:55   Link #2
Nicholi
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The 7/8 keys will only work if you are using a specific video output driver (as the manpage says), and I'm not sure what mac's use but I'm guessing that build isn't using it.

Rather you can specifically use the -saturation command, which has values ranges from -100 to 100. I know there is some option to select what parameters are used when opening MPlayer on Mac, I saw TheFluff show someone once, but I have no idea where that is .

When in doubt read the manpage!
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Old 2007-02-01, 20:21   Link #3
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oh yea i did try that with the quartz video driver, which it says to do, but i get a playback error.
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