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--font /usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeSerif.ttf --italic-font /usr/share/fonts/truetype/freefont/FreeSerifItalic.ttf
It uses some recently implemented C++11 features, are you using GCC 4.7?eix wrote:I've just tried torarin's fork, also broken. Basically there is some weirdness that will not compile in his mailbox code..
Not sure. Old firmware, maybe? Any errors in the log?SuperNano wrote: I tried downloading the latest version from this site and now my subtitles are shown, but I don't get any audio. I'm running from lxterminal using '-o hdmi' and I have 128 of GPU memory. Any ideas?
Omxplayer library under way.Timmmm wrote: 1. Has anyone actually got gst-omx to work properly? Can you post *detailed* instructions?
2. Even if gst-omx works, would Qt use it?
3. What's the best way to integrate omxplayer into my app? Have the XBMC guys turned it into a library or anything?
In Raspbian, download the latest deb file and install it withthakoer wrote:How can put this in raspberry ?henle wrote:I have SSA subtitles working now, you can download the latest version here: https://github.com/torarin/omxplayer/downloads
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dpkg -i omxplayer_3~experimental~git20121208~ebfa6fc6_armhf.deb
It's not implemented currently, but I'll have a look tonight.bartender wrote:Yes. I can make a script for extracting them and running omxplayer then. I don't see any options for disabling styling in omxplayer.henle wrote:Would it be any good, for your use, to have them displayed without any styling?
Would it be any good, for your use, to have them displayed without any styling?bartender wrote:I use mostly ASS subs in matroska files. So they aren't supported, that is very sad.