Difference between pages "Package:Mpv" and "User:Anak1n"

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{{Person
|Summary=Video player based on MPlayer/mplayer2.
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|Bio=
|CatPkg=media-video/mpv
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|Geoloc=38.3047222, -122.2988889
|Maintainer=Oleg
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|Location name=Napa, California, United State of America
|Homepage=http://mpv.io/
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|Blogs=
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|Full name=anak1n
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|Email=anak1n@funtoo.org
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|Nick=anak1n
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|Roles={{Role
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|Role type=Staff
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|Role desc=Core team
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|Start date=2012/10/29
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|XMPP=anakin@nightprojects.org
 
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mpv is a fork of mplayer2, to learn more about the differences take a look at their [https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/blob/master/DOCS/man/changes.rst docs].
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Currently there is only mpv version 0.6.1 availabe in Funtoo
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{{fancynote|Read the [https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/wiki/FFmpeg-versus-Libav mpv wiki] to understand ffmpeg vs libav especially in regard to mpv.
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=anak1n=
If you are interested you  might even read the article [http://blog.pkh.me/p/13-the-ffmpeg-libav-situation.html The FFmpeg/Libav situation] }}
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* nick: anak1n
==Installation==
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* real name: anak1n
<console>
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* website: [http://nightprojects.org NightProjects]
###i##  emerge media-video/mpv
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* blog: [http://blog.nightprojects.org /dev/random]
</console>
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==General configuration==
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mpv does not come with a graphical user interface (beside the video display). All settings are placed in a config file, a short example is provided below:
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{{File|name=~/.mpv/config|body=
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# Save the video position on quit
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save-position-on-quit
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# Use the vdpau driver for hardware decoding (for nvidia cards)
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----
hwdec=vdpau
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I started using Linux about 8 years ago or so. The first Linux distribution I used was Fedora. After that I flip-flopped between that and Windows, admittedly I used Windows a lot more. About a year or so later, a friend of mine had gotten me into Sabayon Linux, on Sabayon 5, and I used that for a while then decided to try Gentoo. I have since then tried many different distros but settled on Gentoo for the better part of it all. I then heard about Funtoo through a friend on #sabayon, and went between Gentoo and Funtoo for a while. Now here we are, using Funtoo for the better part of two years, and I can't imagine using something else.
  
# Video output driver. A list can be displayed via: mpv -vo=help
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I aim more for the desktop side of Linux, though I do maintain two servers, one running Gentoo the other running Funtoo. I like to think I am pretty good at what I do with Linux, but I could be wrong :P
vo=opengl
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The config file is completely optional, but mpv is highly customizable. It is suggested that you  take a look at the man page:
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<console>
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###i##  man mpv
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</console>
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==Input configuration==
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You may create a separate file called ''input.conf'' for customizing the shortcuts for mpv. The example below binds the key "n" to skip to the next video in the current playlist and the key "p" to skip to the previous video:
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{{File|name=~/.mpv/input.conf|body=
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n playlist_next
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p playlist_prev
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}}
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The man page provides information about all possible bindings.
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anak1n


I started using Linux about 8 years ago or so. The first Linux distribution I used was Fedora. After that I flip-flopped between that and Windows, admittedly I used Windows a lot more. About a year or so later, a friend of mine had gotten me into Sabayon Linux, on Sabayon 5, and I used that for a while then decided to try Gentoo. I have since then tried many different distros but settled on Gentoo for the better part of it all. I then heard about Funtoo through a friend on #sabayon, and went between Gentoo and Funtoo for a while. Now here we are, using Funtoo for the better part of two years, and I can't imagine using something else.

I aim more for the desktop side of Linux, though I do maintain two servers, one running Gentoo the other running Funtoo. I like to think I am pretty good at what I do with Linux, but I could be wrong :P