Options Movies

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[edit] Autoplay

This option page contains controls for DVD playback

Autoplay
checking this box will activate autoplay for DVDs. There will be a confirmation dialog however before the actual playback starts.
No confirmation on autoplay
checking this box prevents the confirmation dialog and the playback of your DVD will start immediately

[edit] Database functions

Cleanup Database

Deletes date of last playback, position where playback has been aborted („resume point“) as well as playback counter and bookmarks for all videos in the database irrevocably.

[edit] On resume

The settings in this group control the way DVBViewer handles resuming previously aborted video playback.

[edit] from the beginning

If you select this option videos will always restart from the beginning. You can, however, use OSD-Blue-> Resume to jump to the proper resume point as long as the resume point still lies in the future.

[edit] resume and ask

With this setting selected videos always get resumed from the point the playback was last aborted. If necessary pressing the 0 key will jump all the way back to the beginning of the video.

[edit] Display Timeout

Specify how long the related notices like „Press 0 to go back to the beginning of this video“ should be displayed on a resume. This is just a display timeout, it doesn’t affect the function of the jump to XX% feature at all. You can always hit 0 to jump to the start (0%), 1 to jump to 10%, 2 for 20% and so on, regardless of what you enter as timeout here.

[edit] Known Movie extensions

Add additional video formats to DVBVierwer’s list of known formats – or delete formats from the list.

Enter a file extension (for example .mkv) into the text input box, then click on Add to add it (in our example "mkv video file format") to DVBViewer’s list of known movie extensions.

Please note: Adding a file extension to this list doesn’t necessarily mean that DVBViewer will be able to actually play the video file. It just means it will try to play it when it encounters a file using a file extension that was added to this list. In order to actually play back a movie you have to ensure you have the necessary decoders, filters and/or splitter installed.

Select an entry from the Known Movie Extensions list and click on Delete to remove the selected extension from the list. Deleting an extension from the Known Movie Extensions list can be useful when you want to stop DVBViewer from trying to play back movie formats that cannot or should not be played back.

[edit] Playback Actions

[edit] Action Playback Stop

This setting controls what should happen when you press the Stop button during a video playback: Choose for example LastChannel to switch back to the last TV channel you were watching, or chose OSD-Show Recordings to go straight to the Recording menu.

All commands contained in Actions.ini are useable here.

[edit] Action Playback End

This setting controls what should happen when playback ends at the end of a video:

Choose for example LastChannel to switch back to the last TV channel you were watching, or choose OSD-Show Recordings to go straight to the Recording menu.

All commands contained in Actions.ini are useable here.



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