Re: kmplayer has dodgy colour
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David Fox wrote:
> On 3/8/08, Rich Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> nope, vlc looks fine.. should i get kmplayer from the debian multimedia?
> Minor correction - kmplayer is indeed from debian testing repo here.
> dfox@m206-157:/tmp$ apt-cache policy kmplayer
> Installed: 1:0.10.0c-1
> Candidate: 1:0.10.0c-1
> Version table:
> *** 1:0.10.0c-1 0
> 990 http://ftp.us.debian.org testing/main Packages
> 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
> But kmplayer is really just a kde front end to mplayer, so it
> shouldn't make that much of a difference.
> And I was checking with gmplayer (my bad). Still I just checked here
> with kmplayer on a test mpg and I really can't tell any difference.
> But kmplayer lets you change the engine and video drivers, have you
> played with those settings (currently, kmplayer is set to use libxine1
> & "Auto" for video driver.)
> It can be set to use mplayer as the playback engine. And you'd get
> mplayer from the multimedia repository - it has better flexibility,
> more codecs etc.
>> I'm not sure that my apt_preferences and sources.list needs any more
> It's only one or two more lines :).
just installed mplayer from debian multimedia -> kmplayer didn't feel
like upgrading same probs.
Int eh mean time just using vlc, but kmplayer does have some features i
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