ok, enable VC4 driver and --vout gles2 can play *.avi + *.srt, not mp4 or mkv.cjan wrote:my system mess, can not build any more.
can someone share .deb?
so, package use --enable-x264 should be rebuild...or not?plugwash wrote:updated x264 is now uploaded. Neon seems to make it about 50% faster.
no oxmplayer only html5 240p.kusti8 wrote:That looks like it's already installed. When you start chromium and go to a YouTube video on YouTube.com, where does it fail?
ok, but youtube didnt work.kusti8 wrote:Just execute the install script again with the right user (pi) and ignore the errors. Sorry about that, it's fixed in the dev branch but I haven't had time to test it.cjan wrote:wrong user, how to reinstall? all symbolic link went wrong.
ok, try vlc --vout sdl 720p.mp4 and it work. which codec?gkreidl wrote:Selected automatically by VLC.cjan wrote:one question,
SDL --vout : software YUV SDL output, so which video codec using?
you mean 144p? same here.Kratos wrote:Strange. On my Pi2, it played YouTube videos extremely well. You would almost think it was a real computer with the OpenGL driver enabled...lumsdot wrote:Tried it with the new openGL display driver and it goes very slow.
will it ever work with opengl ?
now everybody happy ^^gkreidl wrote:I got it working now! The problems were caused by pulseaudio. After removing it, audio is working well now. And it plays 1080p finally.
I'll run some more tests and then I'll update the OP.
vlc had build in opengl v_out and VC4 driver is on alpha stage.mathboy4life wrote:Why not build vlc with opengl? And test the beta drivers and see if that works.