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11:42 <jbracey_m00> This is Jason Bracey from jviper2004002@hotmail.com. I'm having an issue with mplayer repeating the audio stream when it looses connection or runs out of cache on a slow connection. Is there a way to prevent that?
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14:02 <Compn> jbracey_m01 : no
14:02 <Compn> wm4 : does mpv stop the audio loop ?
14:02 <Compn> jbracey_m01 : you might want to try mpv or vlc
14:05 <wm4> mpv would consider repeating on underrun a bug, but it might happen with some of the lesser AOs or broken drivers
14:06 <jbracey_m01> I guess I can try mpv again, though I've been having trouble sending commands to it. I'll have to write another sample to post here though, so standby
14:06 <* Compn> afk
14:06 <iive> jbracey_m01: are you using pulse?
14:06 <iive> there is options to workaorund some of the pulse bugs
14:06 <jbracey_m01> what's pulse?
14:07 <iive> pulse audio
14:07 <jbracey_m01> Btw, I am using winforms and vb.net to develope this app
14:07 <jbracey_m01> Windows 10
14:09 <jbracey_m01> iive: nope, have not been using pulse, at least not directly.
14:10 <iive> pulse have a way of inserting itself where it is not wanted
14:10 <iive> oh, windows...
14:10 <iive> it's linux only... for now
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14:25 <jbracey_m01> I didn't know vlc had a command line interface
14:26 <bencoh> not exactly cute, but ... it does, yeah
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23:32 <Li> no matter what I do mplayer won't show correct arabic subtitle characters on ubuntu. the language is fully supported on the same pc and vlc is working just fine. are there any suggestions to solve this issue?
23:32 <Li> all it shows just question marks.
23:44 <Compn> always questions
23:45 <iive> make sure the subtitle font does support unicode and have the characters
23:45 <iive> if subtitles are unicode, try -utf8
23:45 <iive> otherwise point the correct encoding using -subcp
23:46 <iive> also make sure you have libfribidi, or you might not get proper merging of letters
23:46 <iive> and he has quite 3 minutes after asking question