Do you want hardware accelerated video playback on you #LinuxPhone, but don't have the time to build Clapper (e.g. via https://framagit.org/1peter10/flatpaks)? Just install µPlayer (now listed on https://linmobapps.frama.io) from Flathub: https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.sigxcpu.Livi
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This would be great if I could actually make it work. I've set it as default video player in GNOME control center, but opening video files from Portfolio and Nautilus gets me a whole lot of nothing. 😢
I tried to launch my videos from the terminal. I'm getting an error "Invalid byte sequence in conversion input" from a webm and a mp4 files that I recorded on my PC and edited in Kdenlive. I guess I'll have to try other files.
Well, I've been having issues with missed calls (got an anxious call at work from my dad 🙄 ), so very soon I may go look for greener pastures. Thinking of starting with PMOS. You're using Arch I believe?
W00t! Some fun reading to do! 😁
@normandc Yeah, I run Arch, but at least with the free firmware I use I often have a "modem gone" problem, so my PinePhone is not that good at being a phone currently.
Wel I tried both video-accelerated flatpaks for μPlayer and Clapper, no success on my videos. Even those from my Android phone are unreadable. Anyway. Since I'm not recording videos on this device anytime soon (terminal commands are too much of a hurdle for me), I guess accelerated video isn't much of a priority for me.
@normandc So both flatpaks did not even start from the launcher? Do other (non video related) Flatpak apps start?
Sorry, I wasn't clear. They launch both fine, they just can't play any video I throw at them. From the GUI the window remains black. When launching from CLI (flatpak run <app name> video-filename), I get errors too long to paste here.
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