[vlc-devel] [PATCH 3/3] input: With multiple video streams, select only one
david.glaude at gmail.com
Sat Jul 17 10:49:47 CEST 2010
2010/7/16 Juho Vähä-Herttua <juhovh at gmail.com>
> Currently if there are several video streams in a file, the GUI lets user
> select the wanted video track, but it has no effect whatsoever on the actual
> output. All video tracks are played in different windows anyway. What makes
> this worse is that with X11 and XVideo output only one of the windows can be
> accelerated, which causes a rather long delay and a lot of
> "open->close->open window" behavior, when the player is probing for each
> stream if XVideo can be used or not.
For the record, this behaviour of opening all video tracks is not specific
to opening local ASF files.
VLC does exactly the same thing with properly formated 3GPP file with
multiple video track and the exclusion information.
I might have to add an other ticket in track for the 3GPP version of the
I just want to make sure it is clear that beyond the ASF bug, there is
something missing in the GUI to properly handle multiple video track.
PS: At first, I was told that it was a feature for VLC to open every video
track... but when it was clear that there were excluding information in the
file, then it became a bug.
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