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Moogs 9th August 2003 01:03 PM

Starting BSplayer from the command line
 
It is possible to include command line options to start BSplayer & pas on options at startup...

IE: I have built a set top box and am currently using a combinaTION OF mYHTPC & Zoomplayer (which can be started from the command line and pass options on)

Example: bplay.exe /D: /f /x
/d: (play all files on d:\)
/f (start in full screen)
/x (quit after playing all files or ESC is pressed)

Of course there are a whole ton of commands you could pass on such as the pan & scan, colour settings, CPU usage, volume, resolution, basically allthings accesed from the menu & control bar.

But to be able to have BSplayer staret up and make a playlist from the files located on a drive at startup and perhaps even a more "TV friendly" interface for browsing files, would make it stand out even more that it already does.

Cheers for a great product.

BSPeter 9th August 2003 06:37 PM

Re: Starting BSplayer from the command line
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Moogs
It is possible to include command line options to start BSplayer & pas on options at startup...

:? Did you have a look in BSPlayers "About box":

Command line:
bplay "my file.avi" ["my subtitles.txt"] [options]
or
bplay "my playlist.bsl" [options]
or
bplay "inifile.ini" [options]

File name must always be the first and subtitle file second
argument.
Options are:
-fs Start in full screen
-asx Start with x audio stream
x=1-> 1st audio stream
x=2-> 2nd audio stream
x=n-> n audio stream
x=0-> Semi's Directsound 3D
-stime=x Start movie at x seconds
-nsub Don't show subtitles even if subtitle file exists
-skin=s s=skin name
-lang=l l=language file without extension
-eend Exit when movie is finished
-pan Use Pan-scan
-res=WxHxD Start in specified resolution
W=width, H=height, D=color depth
Ex.: -res=1024x768x16
-ar=x:y Aspect ratio, Ex.: -ar=16:9


Ex.: bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -fs
bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -fs -as2
bplay "my movie.avi" "my subtitles.txt" -as3 -lang=English

BSPeter 9th August 2003 06:39 PM

Re: Starting BSplayer from the command line
 
:oops:
Oops Got an error and repeated my reaction (and therefore subsequently erased it)
:roll:

Moogs 10th August 2003 01:29 AM

Bugger me... :shock:

Almost there (I did overlook that in the abour box ...my bad :oops: )

Wild cards are not working... ie
bplay C:\*.* -fs -eend

Starts BS play, but thats where it stops... (I didn't explain that too well on my first post).


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