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Last post Author Topic: Video player: What's the quickest (fastest/lightest)?  (Read 58432 times)

Kinjal

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Re: Video player: What's the quickest (fastest/lightest)?
« Reply #150 on: August 18, 2011, 11:25:11 PM »
>One of the tiny little feature requests I have is this (I got the idea from KMP):
We have it, but as a hidden feature (because not much people need it). Search for "VolumeStep" in LA.xml file, and change it from 5 to any desired value you want.

P.S. Yesterday, I released 4.6.0 RC-2a, interim version before RC-3 with fix of a few critical issues(like crash with subtitle timing), direct link: http://www.light-all...RC-2a_build-1797.rar, changelog:
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[ + ] Preferences->Interface: new checkbox.
[ + ] Preferences->Keyboard: menu was fully redesigned
[ + ] Support for multimedia keys on Windows-compatible keyboard.
[ + ] Some optimizations in players. Further improvements in this area will be made in RC-3.
[ + ] Added link to bugtracker in 'about'.
[ = ] Preferences: "global keys" and "Winamp" tabs has been deleted.
[ = ] Preferences: fixed height, to make fit preferences window to typical netbook screen resolution.
[ = ] Updated internal splitters and mediainfo components in video engine.
[ - ] Fixed loading of m3u files.
[ - ] Fixed player crash with empty playlist.
[ - ] Fixed impossbility of loading a plugin written in C++.
[ - ] Fixed tickets: #6, #7, #8, #10, #12, #13, #14, #15, #16, #17, #18, #21, #22, #25, #36, #38, #40, #44, #46, #47, #51, #61, #66
[ - ] Fixed some problems with multi-display support. Tickets - #29, #48.
[ - ] 'File information' dialog didn't display info about aspect ratio.
[ - ] Fixed player crash when you trying to change subtitle timing.

But one of users told me that he experience some issues with skin(i.e PK-69) redrawing (but he has kinda outdated computer) on player window resize, may be skin system regression(not sure, because I cannot see same issue for me), so don't be too strict :) Anyway, we're working on completely new skin system for RC-3.
« Last Edit: August 18, 2011, 11:36:01 PM by Kinjal »

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Re: Video player: What's the quickest (fastest/lightest)?
« Reply #151 on: August 19, 2011, 04:23:19 PM »
But one of users told me that he experience some issues with skin(i.e PK-69) redrawing (but he has kinda outdated computer) on player window resize, may be skin system regression(not sure, because I cannot see same issue for me), so don't be too strict :) Anyway, we're working on completely new skin system for RC-3.
I can confirm that behavior on my computer also.  My computer is fairly powerful, so I hope that helps.  I'd love to see the new skin, they keep getting better and better.

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Re: Video player: What's the quickest (fastest/lightest)?
« Reply #152 on: August 22, 2011, 04:42:55 AM »
If this has already been mentioned here it deserves a mention again.

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