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View on TV

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KDE Service Menu

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View on TV
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2485
Submitted:  Jun 30 2004
Updated:  Jul 24 2004

Description:

Inspired by this (http://www.iofcea.de/cgi-bin/seite.pl?file=linuxtvout) idea on supporting the TV-Out on Nvidia Cards I made a small Service Menu to view videos on TV.

You are able to select between Xine and Mplayer (they and X have to be in your Path otherwise edit the Service Menu File).

Installation:
Copy the file 'view_on_tv.desktop' to ~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/ (only you will be able to use this Service Menu) or to /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/ (depends on your KDE Installation and needs root permissions but all users are able to use the Service Menu).

Thanks go to Markus Iofcea for the idea.
Visit http://www.iofcea.de/cgi-bin/seite.pl?file=linuxtvout to see how it works (only german).



Update: Angel Luis Jimenez Martinez mailed me that it would be a good idea to kill the X-Server after finishing watching on TV. It's quite simple and a similar solution was on the website shown above. The only reason I didn't implement it into the service menu was that it didn't work for me. But maybe someone else has more luck with it.

Just open the service menu file with an editor and change the following two lines:

Exec=/bin/sh -c "X -screen TV :1 -ac & sleep 2; DISPLAY=:1 xine -f -g %U; ps ax|grep 'X -screen TV'|cut -f 1 -d' '|xargs kill"

Exec=/bin/sh -c "X -screen TV :1 -ac & sleep 2; DISPLAY=:1 mplayer -fs -vo xv -zoom -really-quiet %U; ps ax|grep 'X -screen TV'|cut -f 1 -d' '|xargs kill"



As a goodie I made an desktop icon for the DVD-drive to view DVDs and (S)VCDs directly on TV. It's in the [download]. The only problem with it is that some paths are hardcoded in it. So you have to edit it and use your correct paths to get it to work.

Have fun with it.

Maybe someone can help me out with a way to create an icon with the correct paths of the system or a service menu specially for this kind of ServiceType?




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 Startx

 
 by damjan on: Jul 29 2004
 
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Instead of starting the X server, sleep-ing, starting the app etc...
you can use the startx script.

startx /usr/bin/xine arg1 arg2 -- --layout TV :1 Xarg3 Xarg4 ...


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 Kill!

 
 by allanon on: Sep 5 2004
 
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On my system (Arch Linux), the server is not killed with the above command. For some reason the ps list has a space as the first character, making cut find just a blank. Going for the second space fixes it though:
Exec=/bin/sh -c "X -screen TV :1 -ac & sleep 2; DISPLAY=:1 xine -f -g %U; ps ax|grep 'X -screen TV'|grep -v grep|cut -f 2 -d' '|xargs kill"

The "grep -v grep" is to stop it from finding itself :)


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 only as Root???

 
 by quickmick on: Mar 13 2005
 
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Hello, great work, but on my Maschine it only works as Root :-(
So, how can i make it work for a normal User? (the start of the second X-Server fails)


MAC is for working, LINUX is for networking and WINDOWS is for solitaire ;-)
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 Re: only as Root???

 
 by CyrusQ on: Jun 6 2006
 
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[Desktop Entry]
ServiceTypes=video/*

Actions=ViewOnTV
[Desktop Action ViewOnTV]
Name=View on TV
Name[de]=Auf Fernseher anschauen
Icon=tv
Exec=kanotix-su "X -screen TV :1 -ac & sleep 2; DISPLAY=:1 mplayer -fs -vo xv -zoom -really-quiet '%U'; ps ax|grep 'X -screen TV'|cut -f 1 -d' '|xargs kill"


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 Re: Re: only as Root???

 
 by CyrusQ on: Jun 6 2006
 
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sry, this post was intended as a reply for the user elektrohirn (post below)


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 Nice!

 
 by elektrohirn on: May 18 2005
 
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Hello, nice script, but I'd like to modify it such that I have only one entry that plays it with MPlayer. I just commented the second entry out, but now I have "Actions - View on TV - MPlayer". How could I modify the script so that I have only ONE entry "Actions - View on TV" that I have to click? (without this submenu containing MPlayer and Xine)

Tom


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 Re: Nice!

 
 by cparker on: Nov 12 2006
 
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I'd appreciate being able to do this, as well.


Christopher C. Parker
FSF Associate Member #795

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 ATI TV-out

 
 by miralong on: Jul 12 2005
 
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Hi,
is there some idea how this made on ATI video card?


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 Re: ATI TV-out

 
 by kennyX on: Sep 4 2005
 
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I have been trying is on a Ati card with some succes, it's should possible but you have to tweak it a bit from the nvidea version. the basics should be the same

good luck


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 ATI

 
 by Meamu on: Jul 12 2006
 
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i have done it with an old ati card (radeon 7500) but i have a problem with the service menu... the command from the website is working if i start it in a bash but if i try to use the service menu only the X-server starts... the problem is that i cant use it with mplayer or xine because they don't work with my grafic drivers.. so i have to take vlc ... but as i said it isn't realy working... could someone post a version with a working vlc ?


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