[nSLUG] MPlayer subtitle problem

Ed Fletcher ed at fletcher.ca
Wed Apr 24 23:33:25 ADT 2013


I'm using K9 for text, auto bcc and encrypted mail on android.  Install APG (encryption) before K9 to have it detected when installing K9.

Ed

Eugene Cormier <eugene.cormier at gmail.com> wrote:

>I'm using mutt, and I have it set so that as soon as it sees html it
>shows it in a text dump from lynx. You can't stop everyone from using
>html, but you can get it formatted nicely to read in your fav cli email
>reader
>
>Eugene
>
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>
>From: Herb Theriault <herbt at theria.ca>
>To: Nova Scotia Linux User Group <nslug at nslug.ns.ca>
>Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2013 22:52:26 -0300
>Subject: Re: [nSLUG] MPlayer subtitle problem
>
>  720x480 would indicate a letterboxed version of the film to fit a 4x3
> frame. IMDB reference is pretty good. You could always cross reference
>   with tmdb :-)
> Mike, apologies for the non plain text version of the email. I haven't
>been able to find the text only setting on the android mail client yet.
>   Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>   On 2013-04-24 18:52, [1]mspencer at tallships.ca wrote:
>   >> In my experience with aspect ratios, leaving mencoder to it's own
>   >> devices usually works. In this case, HenryV is 1.85:1, not
>   >> anamorphic.Â
> DVD @ 720/480 is 1.5, not 1.85. Are you sure HenryV is not anamorphic?
>   I wouldn't trust the IMDB tech specs. Use the source, Luke! (in this
>   case the DVD media in hand).
>   > On closer scrutiny of last night's effort, I see that faces (which
>   are
>   > the most important part of a piece like Henry V, aren't they?) are
>   all
>   > squished horizontally, too tall & narrow. Â Not unwatchable but
>   enough
>   > to be annoying.
>>   > Maybe I can get a better rip before movie time tonight.
>   If you don't get a new rip, you can try to play it back with:Â
>   mplayer -aspect 1.85 henryv.avi
>   BTW I'm keen on mplayer/mencoder (obviously) but I forgot to say: if
>   all this seems like a lot of wasted time, you could "just use
>   handbrake"! :)
>   [2]http://handbrake.fr/
>   It's really quite good.Â
>   -D.
>   --
>   What is not surrounded by uncertainty cannot be truth.
>   Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â -- Richard Feynman
>
>References
>
>   1. mailto:mspencer at tallships.ca
>   2. http://handbrake.fr/
>
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