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JT 13th April 2003 09:56 AM

Start at specified chapter
 
Hi all,
its possible to make Bsplay start at specified chapter (via command line) ?
I tried with -stime="begin of chapter" but apparently this work only with

bplay title.avi -stime=x

and dont work when trying to load an ini file (bplay title.ini -stime=x) or with bsi files ( "bplay title.bsi -stime=x" nor "title.bsi -stime=x")

Im doing something wrong? or there is another way ?

Thanks
Bye
JT

scotty81 13th April 2003 06:26 PM

in the ini file startTime= when yuo want it to start

TrovaoAzul 13th April 2003 11:05 PM

I tried this method but it don't work thus with time as much as frame.
How can I make it?
I used: StartTime=00:03:24
StartTime=2435
Thanks

JTK 14th April 2003 12:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scotty81
in the ini file startTime= when yuo want it to start

This someway work, if used under [ChapterX], but affect only the chapters structure in movie, not the starting point when you launch the movie itself.
I tried it under [Main] (don't know why) and obviously dont work...

Somebody tell me to try with SDK but if there is any easiest solution...

Thanks anyway

Matimott 15th April 2003 08:09 AM

Sorry, there's no solution...

The Starttime feature isn't used for that...
The video always start at the frame 0

for subtitle, the starttime feature works like that :
example starttime=10

if the video plays the frame 20, then, the reference time for subtitle is 20+10...
it's essentially to play multiple cd movie, or to correct subtitle time a little

it's the same thing for the chapters, when it's the second cd chapter, you don't have to perform calculation to substract the time elapsed since the first cd, you just have to put starttime=[number of frame on the first cd], and that's all !

So, the starttime feature isn't done to make the movie starting at x frame, but it's done to synchronize subtitle and chapter time with the movie

The request for starting a movie at x frame with a bsi should be suggested to BST, but where is he ?

hope it helps, Matimott

JTK 15th April 2003 12:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matimott
The request for starting a movie at x frame with a bsi should be suggested to BST, but where is he ?

Do you know if he already done some work on this ?

Thanks
Bye
JT

Matimott 16th April 2003 08:14 AM

The last thing we know about BST, is that he was very busy !
We hope he comes back soon ...

kurtnoise 7th July 2003 10:41 AM

:lol: Hehehe...Well, I'm upping this post :P

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matimott
The request for starting a movie at x frame with a bsi should be suggested to BST, but where is he ?

I would like to have this command line too...because in my OGMs' autorun, -stime=xx doesn't work actually ...

Tks


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