Re: OT- Xine 0.9.8 (unstable version of sid tree) crashes when playing a DVD ( Power Mac G4 ), Woody PPC.
le ven 08-02-2002 à 23:02, Siggi Langauf a écrit :
> Hi Dabowl,
> first of all, that should probably be discussed on xine-user rather than
> here, as there are both xine specialists and xine/ppc users
> there. Moreover, that doesn't look very ppc specific to me...
> On 8 Feb 2002, Dabowl wrote:
> > > > When i launch it, i have theses messages (in french, sorry):
> > >
> > > [...]
> > >
> > > > X Error of failed request: BadAlloc (insufficient resources for
> > > > operation)
> > > > Major opcode of failed request: 142 (XVideo)
> > > > Minor opcode of failed request: 19 ()
> > > > Serial number of failed request: 9183
> > > > Current serial number in output stream: 9183
> > >
> > > I get that error if my video resolution and color depth are too high,
> > > and there is not enough video memory to support the overlay. Try
> > > running at a lower resolution or color depth. 1024x768 at 24-bit color
> > > is enough to display any DVD.
> Yes, that's clearly your X server moaning that it's running out of video
> memory. You have three options here:
> 1) switch to a video mode that needs less ressources (smaller resolution
> and/or less color depth)
It works with 16 depths and 1024x768 resolution, but i don't know how to
browse dvd menus, i'm gonna search.
> 2) try XShm output (command line option "-V XShm", will be sloooow)
I don't know this tool :-)
> 3) get more video memory (probably means new graphics card)
I have 16 Mbytes of video memory, it is not enough to play DVD ?
Mac OS 9 plays dvd very well :-(
> > I try with the 1024x768 mode but i get the same error, my card is a ATI
> > Rage 128 with 16 MByte memory.
> Those should work fine with XFree86 (>= 4.1).
I have the XFree 4.1-13 installed on my system.
> > In the DVD HOWTO, they talk about MTRR what is that, do i need this ?
> Not on ppc, as it's an ia32 specific MMU extension.
> I have been told, however, that XFree86 4.2 comes with some Xv
> improvements for the r128 that use DMA to transfer the actual video, which
> might (or might not) result in a performance boost similar to MTRR.
> Anyway, that won't help you as your problem is something totally
> Maybe you could try to use "xine-bugreport" to produce a bugreport that
> contains more information about your system?
> PS: If you prefer a French mailing list, you can try
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