[vlc-devel] VLC player 360 degree support in Vetinari 3.0.0-git Vetinari in Linux
ajitku1984 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 5 15:15:09 CEST 2017
Finally had success, Thanks a lot for the inputs.
I finally had success and it is working for me now.
I am able to change viewing angles using mouse actions and keys on
keyboard. in my current build.
I don't exactly know what different did it t make his time.
But, this time I used ubuntu 16.04 .
I had re-built ffmpeg libs out of the vlc tree and re-configured
vlc player as mentioned below to get it working at this point.
./configure '--disable-vdpau' '--diable-qt'
On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 5:00 PM, Adrien Maglo <magsoft at videolan.org> wrote:
> On 30/09/2017 12:01, Ajit Kumar wrote:
>> Hi All,
> Hello Ajit,
> Thanks for confirming 360 degree video works on Linux as
>> I am using Ubuntu 14.04 machine to compile the Vetinari 3.0.0-git and
>> compilation and playback of 360 degree video works.
>> I then use my mouse and keyboard to change the viewing angle and notice
>> no change in video on any mouse/keyboard actions.
>> From logs i could tell , the VOUT_DISPLAY_CHANGE_VIEWPOINT control
>> request is coming to the module>video_ouput>xcb>x11.c but it is not
>> Since, there is no appropriate handling for same in xcb found it in my
>> code walk through.
>> (Log snippet below)
>> [a4f53650] xcb_x11 vout display error: Unknown request in XCB vout display
>> [a4f53650] core vout display error: Failed to change Viewpoint
>> [a4f87fc8] motiondetect filter debug: Counted 0 moving shapes.
>> This makes me think though i have synced to the tip of tree in the master
>> I may not working on a branch in which the 360 support is available
>> .Please correct me if i am wrong here.
>> my current xcb module in video_output does not process any 360 degree
>> navigation requests and i need to move to the correct version of xcb which
>> supports it.
>> Please redirect me to a branch which supports navigation of 360 degree
> The master branch does support 360 degree navigation.
> As Thomas previously told you, on Linux you must use the OpenGL video
> output. This is not currently the case according to your logs.
> Best regards,
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