Started by bucaneer, February 16, 2013, 16:40:11
Quote from: Quentin Sculo on October 17, 2012, 19:36:52This is because last time I tried with mplayer in slave mode, I couldn't get a signal (output) telling me that the track was finished. By using one process per track, the process ends when the track ends.
mplayer -msglevel all=1:statusline=5:global=6
loadfile "/path/to/next_file.mp3" 1
cp /etc/mplayer/input.conf ~/.mplayer/input.conf
Quoteequalizer=[g1:g2:g3:...:g10]10 octave band graphic equalizer, implemented using 10 IIR band pass filters. This means that it works regardless of what type of audio is being played back. The center frequencies for the 10 bands are:No. frequency0 31.25 Hz1 62.50 Hz2 125.00 Hz3 250.00 Hz4 500.00 Hz5 1.00 kHz6 2.00 kHz7 4.00 kHz8 8.00 kHz9 16.00 kHzIf the sample rate of the sound being played is lower than the center frequency for a frequency band, then that band will be disabled. A known bug with this filter is that the characteristics for the uppermost band are not completely symmetric if the sample rate is close to the center frequency of that band. This problem can be worked around by upsampling the sound using the resample filter before it reaches this filter.<g1>:<g2>:<g3>:...:<g10>floating point numbers representing the gain in dB for each frequency band (-12-12)EXAMPLE:mplayer -af equalizer=11:11:10:5:0:-12:0:5:12:12 media.aviWould amplify the sound in the upper and lower frequency region while canceling it almost completely around 1kHz.
af_cmdline equalizer 11:11:10:5:0:-12:0:5:12:12