[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 530962] [subparse] parses only every second line of TMPlayer subtitle
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Sat May 3 09:54:20 PDT 2008
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GStreamer | gst-plugins-base | Ver: 0.10.19
------- Comment #6 from Tomasz Sałaciński 2008-05-03 16:54 UTC -------
(In reply to comment #5)
> I think the current code handles the example in comment #3 fine too. Please let
> me know if that's not the case.
It works properly right now:) The only issue right now is italic text (but it's
only a minor enhancement, so it can be left alone). I've noticed one little
thing: when user is seeking, it's seeking very slow when user reaches end of
the movie, for example seeking from 1:39:00 to 1:40:00 is quite slow and hdd
light blinks a lot, but when he seeks from 0:05:00 to 0:06:00 it's fast.
Disabling the subtitles fixes the problem for me (hdd is blinking slightly to
read movie data), so it seems it's not a hdd fragmentation problem. I believe,
that when the movie is about to end, GStreamer on every seek is parsing the
whole subtitle file from the beginning (but why HDD LED is flashing and I just
hear my HDD?).
Anyway, it is working fine:) Thanks!!
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