Christian HJ Wiesner
chris at matroska.org
Sun Jan 14 18:40:43 CET 2007
but it seems most Mac's are too weak (CPU wise) to play HD-TV AVC
content in sync. Please note this is not the fault of matroska (the
container) but of the used video compression method (AVC ; h.264), and
the available decoders for it.
VLC and mplayer should be your best bet on MacOSX, if they fail on this
file (with your CPU) i fear you dont have any better options. You may
try the corecodec.com people if they offer a MacOSX version of their
Coreplayer, using the very efficient CoreAVC decoder library for
matroska project admin
P.S. There is a link to a guide on matroska.org on how to convert such
files to DVD, using the excellent program ConvertXtoDVD
> my name is valentino from italy,and my problem is that i can not play
> some high definition files on my macintosh,(powerbook g4 );i also
> tryied vlc and mplayer for but also it does not work!someone give an
> advice of using your stuff,but i don;t know what t download and how
> to install...can you give some help please.
> thank you in advance.
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