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Old 09-26-2012, 08:57 AM   #212
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You do not need to set the framerate in ffmpeg unless piping to a file. The gmplay code already limits the framerate to 130ms/frame, and that rate propagates up the chain to ffmpeg which automagically adapts to the ~7.7 FPS speed.

Perhaps limiting the framerate in two places in the chain is the problem? I think I published the commands I used, somewhere in this thread...

The K3 can barely play a 640x480 divx in real time using ffmpeg. A K4 or K5 can even decode and play 1080p streams without a problem. At least my static-linked ffmpeg did that... The K3 spends almost all its time inside the eink update in the system code. The K4 and K5 spend much less time in eink updates.

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