[vlc-devel] Problems with current Win32 build

Niles Bindel zaggal69 at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 16:36:07 CEST 2009


I just thought I would point out that the fullscreen problem also exists for
the Mozilla browser plugin (which is where I first noticed it), which, I
assume, does not use Qt.


My DirectX comment had to do primarily with with the fact that
is no longer being created as part of the build (hence my post about it
yesterday).  This file is installed as part of VLC 1.0.1 and I was told by
xtophe on IRC that it was changed into "libdirectx_plugin.dll" which was not
part of the 1.0.1 build.  Perhaps this was a simple renaming and nothing
more, but I had also noticed some mention of changes with Direct3D wallpaper
in the commits, so I thought I'd throw it out there as a possibility.



On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 1:20 AM, Jean-Baptiste Kempf <jb at videolan.org>wrote:

> On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 10:45:28PM -0500, Niles Bindel wrote :
> > Problems:
> > 1. Videos are currently being displayed as if the red and blue bits of a
> > pixel are switched so everything has a very bluish tint to it.
>  Basically,
> > people are now Smurfs.
> This is a i420 vs J420 issue and is easy to fix.
> > 2. Fullscreen mode no longer goes fullscreen.  It does create a larger
> > window (640x480 I'm guessing) and places it off center in the left middle
> of
> > the screen, but leaves the rest of the desktop visible behind it.
> Well, I fear all the reparentable changes in Qt4 introduced that.
> > 3. When the videos first open, they have large black margins on the left
> and
> > right edges of the video instead of the player interface nicely wrapping
> > around the video.
> That is a small Qt bug introduced by all the late changes, that I'll fix
> this week end.
> Best Regards,
> --
> Jean-Baptiste Kempf
> http://www.jbkempf.com/
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