maximum resolution: how to extend ?
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2010/5/7 Reimar D?ffinger <Reimar.Doeffinger at gmx.de>: > On Fri, May 07, 2010 at 02:15:08AM +0200, Giorgio wrote: >> >> While waiting for a better answer, have you tried a different vo? The >> >> following two commands work here: >> >> >> >> mplayer -quiet -demuxer rawvideo -rawvideo fps=10:w=2500:h=2000:y8 >> >> /dev/zero -vo gl >> > >> > As with Reimar, this one does not work (it shows a white screen instead of black - and still plain white instead of noise in case I replace /dev/zero by /dev/urandom), but gl2 does (not with the current debian-multimedia mplayer which shows some green screen, but with the latest svn revision)! >> >> Uhm, all three of them work here (gl, gl2 and x11) but the fastest one >> for me is gl, because both x11 and gl2 try to do colorspace conversion >> in software. > > gl2 does not "support" grayscale as input, that's just by accident though. > >> [gl2] Creating 1x1 textures of size 4096x2048 ... > > This is why gl works for you, your hardware supports at least textures of > size 4096x2048, but at some size limit gl will stop working for you, too. Oh, thanks for the explanation Reimar. Now, if only I could understand why those windows won't extend beyond the visible portion of my screen it would be perfect :) Giorgio Vazzana