[vlc-devel] commit: Qt4: position slider: send seek events at regular intervals ( Jakob Leben )
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Wed Nov 25 16:52:36 CET 2009
On Wed, Nov 25, 2009, Rémi Denis-Courmont wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Nov 2009 16:05:13 +0100, Jakob Leben <jakob.leben at gmail.com>
> >> This should be done in the input thread directly. To that end, we should
> >> set a finite "target state" of the input, instead of pushing requests.
> >> Then older requests are automatically discarded if a contradictory
> >> requests is sent before the older ones are coped with.
> > This could also lead to no requests ever being carried out until the last
> > one in a row. You do need a notion of time and simply not respond to new
> > request until one has been realized, then you go on realizing the last
> > arrived meanwhile.
> I don't see that. When the input thread notices the target and the current
> states are different, it will start seeking (or whatever else depending on
> what piece of state does not match). When it's done, it will check again
> and re-iterate.
It is alreay done like that. You don't see it because, the video does not
have the time to be displayed before a new seek is issued. The code executing
the seek does the seek at the demuxer level, but does not look at the decoder
What could be done is to postpone a new seek execution until either the decoder
has displayed a frame or a (small) timeout (in src/input/input.c). It might be a
bit tricky but I could have a look at it this WE.
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