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Alrighty. Hi all. In my search for a menu-supported DVD player, I came across Ogle. And it installed all happily and stuff. However, now, every time that I play a ...
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    Problem Running Ogle (Uber-Fast Playback)


    Alrighty. Hi all.

    In my search for a menu-supported DVD player, I came across Ogle. And it installed all happily and stuff.

    However, now, every time that I play a DVD either through Ogle or Goggles (the GUI for it), I get superfast playback with no sound. Let me describe exactly:

    The movie I've been testing with is "Bowling For Columbine". It opens with a little screen (advertising that this is an MGM DVD), which plays properly and with sound. But once I get to the menu, I lose sound. Once I begin playing the movie, everything looks like it is in permanent fast forward, and I also have no sound.

    Running ogle from the command line nets me:

    Code:
    libdvdread: Using libdvdcss version 1.2.8 for DVD access
    libdvdread: Using libdvdcss version 1.2.8 for DVD access
    
    libdvdread: Attempting to retrieve all CSS keys
    libdvdread: This can take a _long_ time, please be patient
    
    libdvdread: Get key for /VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.VOB at 0x0000012d
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    libdvdread: Get key for /VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_0.VOB at 0x000013c1
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    libdvdread: Get key for /VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB at 0x0000a6ba
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    libdvdread: Get key for /VIDEO_TS/VTS_02_1.VOB at 0x0023affd
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    libdvdread: Get key for /VIDEO_TS/VTS_03_1.VOB at 0x0023c4b6
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    libdvdread: Found 3 VTS's
    libdvdread: Elapsed time 0
    Xscreensaver not running.
    WARNING[ogle_mpeg_vs]: B-frame before forward ref frame
    WARNING[ogle_mpeg_vs]: B-frame before forward ref frame
    No accelerated IMDCT transform found
    +display: frame rate: 0.000 fps
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: drain failed: Resource temporarily unavailable
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: prepare failed: Device or resource busy
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: Unable to set hw params for playback: File descriptor in badstate
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: Setting of hwparams failed: File descriptor in bad state
    FATAL[ogle_audio]: ogle_ao_init:
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    -ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    -ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    -ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    -ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: odelay error: Input/output error
    display: frame rate: 29.967 fps
    !!!!!!###!!#!!#!!#!!#!!#!!#!!#!!#!!-#!!#!!#!!#-!!#!!#!!#-!! #!!#-!!#!!#!!#!!#!!#-!!#-!!#!!#!!#!!#!!!-##!!#!!#!!!-!!#!!# !!#!!!!-#!!!!#!-!!!!##!!#-!!##!!-!!##!!!-!!###!!!#-##!!!!!!# ###-!!#!!-#!!#!!#!!#!!!!-###!#!!-!!!!##!-####!!#!!-### #!!#!!-###!!#!!-####!!#!!-###!!!#--###!!!##!!#!!#!!!-# #!!#!!-!!###!!#!!-###!!#!!--###!!!##!!#!!#!!-###!!#!!
    (Note: I spaced the above symbols for improved readability)

    Those symbols continue on infinitely until I Ctrl-C the program.

    The B-Frame warnings show up as soon as any playback starts (at the screen that plays normally for me), but the rest starts as soon as the menu hits.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

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    Try mplayer, you can get it here.

    http://packman.links2linux.org/?action=128

    The dependencies are at the bootom of the page.

    Edit: Or you can just type "emerge mplayer"
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    I have MPlayer, and it plays DVD's fine. But it doesn't support DVD menus...

    When I run KMPlayer, and go to File --> DVD --> DVD Navigator -- > Start, the title of the window changes, but nothing ever shows up on the screen.

    When I run MPlayer from the command line, it gets to the menu then gets all corrupted.

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    Do other dvd's have this same problem.
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: Unable to set hw params for playback: File descriptor in badstate
    ERROR[ogle_audio]: Setting of hwparams failed: File descriptor in bad state
    You could also try Totem.
    I just watched a dvd with Totem, played great.
    Tried with mplayer, but it errored.
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    It figures that the one time I tell myself not to bother with other DVD's, it's a specific problem with this DVD.

    I have so far heard the awesomeness that is Rammstein combined with the awesomeness that is Linux.

    So it seems to be specific to that DVD.

    Does anyone know if there's anything I can do to fix this?

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    There is a tool, I am not sure what it is called.
    But it can repair cd/dvd's.
    You put the cd/dvd inside of this thing, it looks like a portable cd player.
    It has a compound on it that can fix scratches and stuff like that.

    It costs about $30

    Hope this helps.
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    Is there a solution to this problem? I have encountered it with three DVDs (The Star Wars Collection IV-VI) and it's the same thing on two different computers (with different graphics hardware, NVIDIA GeForce 2 mx 400 and ATI Radeon Mobility). I can play back other DVDs fine, at normal rate with normal sound. This problem is with ogle (goggles), will try totem now (emerging as i wright).

    There's no problem with the DVD itself as I can play them back in windoze using Intervideo WinDVD 4.

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    Try Kaffeine.

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    I did try Totem and then it worked. There's also a thread in the gentoo forum here: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t...ighlight-.html

    There it is suggested that newer kernels break ogle, and that the dvds play fine with 2.6.7.

    For now I will use Totem.

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