On Thu, 30 Jul 2009, Mauriat Miranda wrote:
On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 11:45 PM, john wendel<[email protected]> wrote:
Not true. Software rendering refers to the display of 3D objects in OpenGL.
Unless you have a very strange setup, mplayer won't be using OpenGL to
display video data.
Not strange at all, actually mplayer can use OpenGL.
# mplayer -vo gl
I think mplayer will go through available output drivers till it finds
one available. So in some cases opengl output may occur. Although if
you installed properly from RPMFusion/Livna I don't think should
I've got a box with a geforce 5200 LE, and it displays video just fine if I
use the "evil" Nvidia driver. The "nouveau" driver (which you probably have)
isn't quite ready for prime time.
As I recall the "nouveau" driver was not shipped as default in Fedora
9, which I think the OP is using.
Whatever its origin, nv was the driver name.
My current problem is getting suspend to disk working again.
Michael [email protected]
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