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metis:
@Espectr0

Nice Work.  :)


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Why did You change from 'VLC' to 'MPV' ?

Espectr0:

--- Quote from: metis on October 15, 2022, 11:47:03 am ---@Espectr0

Nice Work.  :)


--- Quote ---to play video uses libmpv
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Why did You change from 'VLC' to 'MPV' ?

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Thank you!

 I changed it because MPV seems more flexible to me but in any case we can implement several engines :)

metis:

--- Quote ---MPV seems more flexible to me
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Could You explain that in more Detail, please ?


--- Quote ---we can implement several engines
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You should check out my PlayerEngine - ProjectName: FFPlay4Laz, which is a FFmpeg-based MediaPlayer totally written in FPC.
- Main Objectives: Portable, fast & highly responsive, accurate in MilliSecs, easy-to-use, outstanding Sound (via Portaudio & ASIO).
- Special Features: continuous VideoSettings (X/Y-Shift, Size/Zoom, AspectRatio) to adapt any Video to any Screen, TouchSupport, etc.

The latest Release, which uses SDL2 is here:
https://forum.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php/topic,26666.msg428667.html#msg428667
For the Moment it's a Console. The DLL and a GUI are projected.

The last Release, that used SDL1 is here:
https://forum.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php/topic,26666.msg337046.html#msg337046
This Release is more complete: Console + DLL+API + Demo-GUI.

For the Moment it's all Win32, running and tested from WinXP to Win10.

Espectr0:
your “FFPlay4Laz” project works on linux and Mac too ?

domasz:
From I read FFPlay4Laz2 requires .DLLs from ffmpeg. Also I can't find any source code here:
https://forum.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php/topic,26666.msg428667.html#msg428667
so perhaps it's not open source.

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