Le vendredi 28 mars 2008, Simon Vos a écrit : > Hi, > > Today I tried to playback a video on my pc using totem, but the colors > were wrong. The faces of the people in the video were blue-ish. This > problem occurs with totem, but also with vlc and mplayer, so I thought > maybe its the outpu that is wrong, so I tried x11 instead of xv in > mplayer and vlc and this worked. Does anyone have the same problem with > their nvidia graphics card using the "nvidia" xorg driver? Same problem here. The reason seems to be that recent nvidia drivers supports the XV_HUE parameter in the range 0-360 and the players set it to what they think is a good default value : 180, although the correct value is 0. One of the driver of the player is wrong, but I didn't take the time to investigate which one is. Start a video and run the following command to correct the hue : $ xvattr -a XV_HUE -v 0 Unfortunately, you'll need to run it each time you start a video. Another workaround is selecting Opengl as output format, e.g. with "mplayer -vo gl ..." Its big advantage over x11 rendering is that you'll still be able to resize to fullscreen using hardware acceleration. Hope this helps. -- Amand Tihon Rue du Ruchaux, 1 - 1490 Court-St-Etienne, Belgique +32 479 207 743
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