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       lqtplay [ options ] file


       lqtplay  just  plays the given quicktime movie in a window
       on your X11 display.  Sound is  played  using  a  OSS  dsp
       device (if available).  Some info about the movie and some
       other stuff is printed on stderr.  No fancy GUI.  The only
       interactive element is that you can resize the window, and
       lqtplay will adapt the video size if support for hardware-
       scaled video is available.

       lqtplay  comes  with libquicktime and uses libquicktime to
       read and decode the movies.  It is  a  sample  application
       and  intentionally  kept  simple.  If you want a full-fea­
       tured media player, have a look at gstreamer.


       -noxv  Don't use  the  Xvideo  extention  for  accelerated
              video  playback  (YUV->RGB color space conversion +
              video scaling in hardware).

       -nogl  Don't use OpenGL  (via  GLX  entention)  for  video
              scaling.   By  default lqtplay tries to use 3D tex­
              tures to scale RGB frames in  hardware  if  DRI  is

       The  usual  toolkit  options (like -geometry) are accepted


       Gerd Knorr <kraxel@bytesex.org>

                       (c) 2002 Gerd Knorr             lqtplay(1)

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