Subject: Re: quicktime player?
To: Bill Chiarchiaro <email@example.com>
From: Steven M. Bellovin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/09/2003 16:34:57
In message <20030909135839.7DD975A22@riesling.cleartech.com>, Bill Chiarchiaro
>Steve Bellovin wrote:
>>> graphics/mplayer will play them.
>> Thanks; that did the trick.
>Last week, I purchased a Nikon 5700. Before seeing Steve's messages,
>I had tried using mplayer to view a Quicktime movie generated by the
>camera. I couldn't find any combination of options which would keep
>the video and audio in sync (the video runs very fast initially, and
>it never lines up with the audio). Giving mplayer the -nosound option
>results in good, smooth video. I'm using mplayer-0.90nb7 on an IBM
>T20 (2647-WGU), running 1.6.1_STABLE.
>Steve, do you have video and audio in sync? If so, what options are
My camera doesn't have sound, so I haven't had to consider the
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.research.att.com/~smb