Hi, thanks for nice feedback!bozo wrote: ...
1. Playlist docking to main player window.
2. An option (maybe in EcoMode menu) which define what player do when finished play of the movie.
for example: A. Close player; B. Shutdown Computer; C. Suspend
the last two options with countdown and cancel button.
3. Information screen: CPU load; current/total_frames and option to show more or basic informations.
4. Subtitles: An option for subtitles without end time to be display with spec time
for example: (time in ms [set by user]) x (each char in current sub line)
as example for "Hello!" word would be 250ms x 6chars so this line will be displayed for 1.5s
Unable to play wmv movies from link below. There are a lot of VC-1 clips.
Apple H.264 trailers are played without any problems.
It is plannedGuillaume wrote:A sharpening filter would be a brilliant addition.
Splash Lite 1.2 does not support hardware acceleration for Xvid/dvix decoding.Guillaume wrote:...Do you have some kind of sleek post-processing on it by default? (using Lite version with hardware acceleration on).
Motion2 is designed for HD videosImo wrote: What caught my eye is that it says in the options menu that motion interpolation
will only work for SD streams, that is NOT cool, guys, we need that for HD x264 MKVs!
It's 2010, Xvid SD is so nineties
At the moment there is no way for Splash Lite 1.2 to use external codecs for Vorbis.elvissteinjr wrote:I know you're going to add support for Vorbis Audio, but: Is it possible to use a external DirectShow Codec instead of just displaying "Not supported yet" until SplashLite supports it? ...
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