Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: rock video
Re: rock video
From: Bob Pearse <bob_at_bobpearse.com>
Date: Sun, 11 Apr 2004 17:07:14 -0700
I cannot find the FPS plugin which allows me to see what my fps of my archos
is. Can someone give me a pointer? I did not see it in the daily builds.
"John Wunder" <john.wunder02_at_stjohns.edu> wrote in message
> On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 14:58:19 -0500, Glenn Ervin at Home
> <GlennErvin_at_cableone.net> wrote:
> > I like the rock video is so easy to use, but I keep getting the windows
> > blue
> > screen of death, and one of these days it sounds like I am going to get
> > arrested!
> Ew, that's no good. I'm not sure about the reason, but it may or may not
> be the new filter. I'll attach the old one as a ZIP file. Make sure you
> uninstall the old one first, delete it, then unzip and install the new
> Copying it over won't work.
> > But seriously, could the GPF be due to the file being over 500 MB in
> > size?
> > Also, I did not enter an output frame rate.
> All the output framerate does is make the video appear a little better on
> the screen. It's safe to leave it out, it just defaults to about 69. To
> get a little better quality, you need to find out the refresh rate of your
> Archos LCD and use that. To find that out, run the fps test plugin, which
> (I think) is included in the daily builds.
> Anyway, just try the attached filter or wait for a new one. If it isn't
> the filter, then it's the GUI's fault.
> OK, this is kinda related but kinda new...has the converter actually
> for anyone? So far it's been downloaded about 100 times and I've only
> 2 responses...both of which said it didn't work. So has anyone downloaded
> and had it work? Or not work? I need some feedback here.
Received on 2004-04-12