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    • Jean-Paul Saman's avatar
      Forward port of branches/0.8.1-jpsaman-thedj revision 12070. The OSD menu... · 26e60046
      Jean-Paul Saman authored
      Forward port of branches/0.8.1-jpsaman-thedj revision 12070. The OSD menu subsystem consists of two parts a core part (src/osd, include/vlc_osd.h) and a subfilter (modules/video_filter/osdmenu.c). The OSD menu can be used locally or it can be streamed. It depends on the way the functionality is called from the vlc commandline. Currently there is only one way to make the subpictures appear on the video and that is through the rc-interface. The following commands are supported by it: "menu on" (show OSD menu), "menu off" (hide OSD menu), "menu left" (highlight button on the left), "menu right" (highlight button on the right), "menu up" (highlight button above), "menu down" (highlight button below) or "menu select" (perform hotkey action). When there is no button on the left, right, up or down then the menu-command will be ignored.
      
      To stream use a commandline similar to this:
      
      ./vlc dvdsimple:///dev/dvd --sub-filter=osdmenu --osdmenu-file=share/osdmenu/default.cfg --extraintf rc --sout '#transcode{sfilter=osdmenu}:std{mux=ts,access=udp,url=127.0.0.1:1234}' -vvvv
      
      For local playback a commandline like this is needed:
      
      ./vlc dvdsimple:///dev/dvd --sub-filter=osdmenu --osdmenu-file=share/osdmenu/default.cfg -vvvv
      
      Have fun with the basic functionality - jpsaman.
      
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