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Special Forums Hardware Arduino Robot Tank Project Post 303043243 by hicksd8 on Wednesday 22nd of January 2020 05:54:41 AM
Old 01-22-2020
I hope that you'll post us a video of this thing in action when it's done.
 
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vdr-fbfe(1)				     Remote Framebuffer frontend for vdr-plugin-xineliboutput				       vdr-fbfe(1)

NAME
vdr-fbfe - Remote Framebuffer frontend for vdr-plugin-xineliboutput SYNOPSIS
vdr-fbfe [options] [xvdr[+udp|+tcp|+rtp]:[//host[:port]]] DESCRIPTION
vdr-fbfe is a Framebuffer remote frontend, that plays back streams provided by vdr-plugin-xineliboutput. OPTIONS
--help Show (this) help message --audio=audiodriver[:device] Select audio driver and optional port --video=videodriver[:fb_device] Select video driver and optional port As far as supported, possible video drivers might be: fb, DirectFB, sdl, vidixfb, dxr3, aadxr3 or none --aspect=[auto|4:3|16:9|16:10|default] Display aspect ratio (You can us a script to control the HW aspect ratio: --aspect=auto:path_to_script) --fullscreen Fullscreen mode --hud Head Up Display OSD mode --width=x Video window width --height=x Video window height --noscaling Disable all video scaling --post=name[:arg=val[,arg=val]] Load and use xine post plugins, e.g.: o --post=upmix o --post=upmix;tvtime:enabled=1,cheap_mode=1) --lirc[=devicename] Use lirc input device Optional lirc socket name can be given --verbose Verbose debug output --silent Silent mode (report only errors) --syslog Write all output to system log --nokbd Disable keyboard input --daemon Run as daemon (disable keyboard, log to syslog and fork to background) --slave Enable slave mode (read commands from stdin) --reconnect Automatically reconnect when connection has been lost --tcp, --udp, --rtp Use TCP, UDP or RTP transport If no transport options are given, transports are tried in following order: local pipe, rtp, udp, tcp EXAMPLES
Search for VDR (xineliboutput) server, connect to it and negotiate best available transport, use best available audio and video driver: vdr-fbfe Connect to 192.168.1.3 default port and negoate best available transport: vdr-fbfe xvdr://192.168.1.3 Connect to 192.168.2.100, port 12550 and use TCP transport: vdr-fbfe xvdr+tcp://192.168.2.100:12550 Automatically search for VDR server and use UDP transport: vdr-fbfe xvdr+udp: vdr-fbfe --udp Use alsa: vdr-fbfe --audio alsa Use alsa (and specific card/sub-device): vdr-fbfe --audio alsa:plughw:1,1 Framebuffer driver and device settings: vdf-fbfe --video DirectFB vdf-fbfe --video fb:/dev/fb/1 vdf-fbfe --video vidixfb vdf-fbfe --video aadxr3 NOTE
If deinterlacing post plugin options are not given at command line, deinterlacing is controlled by VDR plugin configuration menu settings. De-interlacing can also be forced on or off with command-line option "--post tvtime". Examples: vdr-fbfe --post tvtime:method=Linear,cheap_mode=1,pulldown=0,use_progressive_frame_flag=1 vdr-fbfe --post tvtime:enable=0 AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Tobias Grimm <etobi@debian.org> 10 June 2012 vdr-fbfe(1)

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