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[rbp/omxplayer] Apply latest commits from dvdplayer to omxplayer #3557

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popcornmix commented Nov 3, 2013

This picks up any changes to dvdplayer that haven't been applied to omxplayer.
This makes the diffs between omxplayer and dvdplayer pretty minimal.

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[rbp/omxplayer] remove resume players on CloseFile, fixes some small …
…portion of audio being played when stopping a paused video
[rbp/omxplayer] update current video settings when changing setting s…
…ubtitles stream to be sure we keep it synced (similiar to what we already do when we show/hide subtitles)
[rbp/omxplayer] Use CUtil::GetExternalStreamDetailsFromFilename to de…
…termine external subtitles's details.

These are language, name and flag.
[rbp/omxplayer] Save the subtitle number at the end of the OpenSubtit…
…leStream() method.

Regardless of whether the subtitle has been opened successfully or not.

huceke added a commit that referenced this pull request Nov 3, 2013

Merge pull request #3557 from popcornmix/update_dvdplayer
[rbp/omxplayer] Apply latest commits from dvdplayer to omxplayer

@huceke huceke merged commit c11b6b4 into xbmc:master Nov 3, 2013

@popcornmix popcornmix deleted the popcornmix:update_dvdplayer branch Nov 3, 2013

This looks dangerous. time_offset is how you get from clock to the actual timestamps in file. If we detect a discontinuity in the timestamps, we will consume that and time_offset will be modified. Ie we will continue playing smooth, but clock will not represent time anymore.

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elupus replied Nov 5, 2013

Also for dvd's.. the clock have nothing to do with the actual playtime on screen.

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elupus commented on 9a09cba Nov 5, 2013

Then again, I'm dropping this function completely in #3565

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popcornmix replied Nov 5, 2013

This was just a copy of #3338.
Was the original PR wrong too?

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elupus replied Nov 10, 2013

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