@KingFire: ...it skips because subtitles are badly interleaved with video frames (or their timestamps doesn't match precisely). The problem I've fixed is that after first mismatch all subsequent subtitles were skipped (now not anymore. Only mismatches are ignored). There's no quick fix for this at the moment (would you try another tool that embeds subtitles?), though it's possible to fix it as long as there's enough RAM to keep mismatches there before display. Of course, you're always welcome to share the clip (long enogh to reproduce the problem) as it will really help. Thank you...
^^Oh I see, I tried two other tools and the result is the same
here's a clip:
also I've noticed an other thing, that when I use a mutl-season DVD, SMS doesn't recognize the files that were added after the first season.
Originally Posted by mumuss
mumuss i would suggest you just download avirecomp or virtualdub and convert it to a decent codec as opposed to DIV3..
It only takes about 20 mins to convert a 350meg video to xvid.
That would be the quickest way to fix the issue once and for all without having to rely on a fix..
^^^ agreed, and to the rippers out there, avoid nandub as much as you can, there're a lot of reborts about it ****ing up things. use VDUBMOD.
--> MPEG over samba
First of all, I'd like to congratulate those who gave us this wonderful program. it's the best and most useful I 've ever seen.
Now, my problem. at home I have my PS2 Running SMS (2.5). I also have an Ubuntu box with a shared folder containing my personal video files, from my camera. I can play .AVI files fair well, no lag, no problems, but when I try to play those MPEG files, it is very very laggy, it seems like the network is full.
The PS2 and my ubuntu box are plugged on a switch at 100Mbp/s ethernet, and I can play those MPEG files over the net on my notebook via wireless on the same network, without LAG. I don't think this should happen by cable. Nothing else is being transferred over the net.
Thanks a lot for any help !
First of all its maybe becous of very high bitrate of mpeg files,
Originally Posted by lexlth
second not all PS2's have 100Mb/s network speed, older PS2 models have only 10Mb/s as i remember,... had same problem with DVD VOB files..
My Ps2 is a slim 75001, bought 2 years ago. It is 100Mpbs.
With 100Mpbs in a direct connection there should be no problem to play such a file, unless it is a restriction of the Ps2.
VOB files (I think) are MPEG files as well.....
Thanks for the answer....
...there was also a story about network drivers. I'm not sure if 2.5 has an updated one (in any case latest SMS version provides fastest network transfer speed), so I would advice to update your SMS version (but pay attention: it might require manual network configuration (duplex mode etc.) via SMS menu to get it working properly). I've tested this stuff with a 720x576/raw PCM audio mpeg2 file over SMB and I didn't noted any lag...
Thank you. I tested with 2.8 rev2 and it is not laggging any more.
But the image is not centered (it is configured to widescreen), and the audio does not play.
The information of the file are: