[vlc-devel] Re: problems streaming DVD
paulf at aphrodite.com
Thu Jun 5 00:15:05 CEST 2003
But haven't I _built_ vlc-0.6.0-test2 considering I got it from very
recent CVS source? (Both machine's built executables identify
themselves as such). Or are you looking for a regression in the
current code since the posted binary?
On Wednesday, June 4, 2003, at 01:13 PM, Derk-Jan Hartman wrote:
> Try to use the recent vlc-0.6.0-test2 and see how that works for you.
> On woensdag, jun 4, 2003, at 20:45 Europe/Amsterdam, Paul Forgey wrote:
>> I've got two machines running the cvs version of vlc, current as of
>> before the recent activity with GUI skins.
> lol. don't worry, that stuff is all disabled by default and not even
> present in OSX. This isn't really telling me what version you are
> using. it should say that when you start the application from the
>> One is a Linux machine with P4 2.26G CPU, 512MB RAM. The other is OS
>> 10.2.6, 867 Mhz G4 with 1.12 GB RAM. Both are on a 100 MB switching
>> network with very little traffic. I can substitute the Mac
>> workstation for a Powerbook 667 Mhz G4 512 MB RAM with the exact same
> Yeah, the mac version from 0.5.1 trough 0.5.3 wasn't really optimal.
> Things should be much better now.
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