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    [all variants] Re: Intel G45 with VA API on Ubuntu 11.10

    If you run into problems when pulling libva


    git commit -a

    followed by


    CTRL-X
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    [all variants] Intel G45 with VA API on Ubuntu 11.10

    Finally I got it to work!

    Visit my blog at http://www.emmolution.org/?p=192 if you're interested.
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    Re: Winetricks and dotnet20

    If you don't use WINEPREFIX for every installed application you would ruin everything installed in WINE when delting the .wine folder. So, DON'T!

    I can only advise to use WINEPREFIX for a single...
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    Re: Feedback on a complete HTPC system

    I'm using simple air cooling with an Arctic Freezer Pro. Temperature is never over 60 C under load. If you would play anything audible you cannot hear the system. Only with complete silence in the...
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    Re: Feedback on a complete HTPC system

    Since I built my HTPC a couple of months ago I can give you some advice .

    CPU + Mainboard

    E6420 (overclocked @ 3 GHz, absolutely stable)
    Gigabyte 965P-DS3

    This CPU is a top overclocker and...
  6. Re: HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    @monkman: I'm using Edgy on all my machines hence I can't vouch for Dapper. There might be an issue with MP4Box in Dapper missing the "-add" switch. Maybe someone using Dapper could verify?
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  7. Re: HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    Well, if you're happy with x264+AAC in MP4 container Avidemux is a great program for that sort of thing. Somehow comparable to Windows' VirtualDub. However it does not support the ripping process and...
  8. Re: HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    In any case use -oac copy instead of -nosound during the video encode. No sync issues for me. I remember once having solved audio sync probs by changing audio from sdl to alsa in the mplayer config...
  9. Re: HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    @encho: I've given up on standalone players and only use Linux boxes for video playback. So, this guide mainly aims on best quality (imho) combined with a convenient container which handles vobsubs....
  10. Re: HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/menc-feat-telecine.html describes how to percept and handle interlaced video. I received good results by using the deinterlce postprocessing filter -vf pp=lb. As...
  11. HOWTO: Rip DVDs in MPEG-4 AVC (x264), multi audio, subtitles, Matroska

    MPlayer and MEncoder are amazing tools not only for watching but also for backing up DVD content. This HOWTO demonstrates how to create a very high quality rip with next generation video...
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