Re: My pet peeve about MPlayer
-quiet or --really-quiet will stop messages in console while a file is playing, also good for files with errors in them as mplayer reports these errors to console as well.
> That doesn't work. I still get that
> messagebox if I'm doing another
> CPU-intensive operation like starting
> mozilla or bunziping a large archive,
> even with the -framedrop switch.
> I realize that MPlayer isn't getting
> enough CPU power during that time, but
> it only takes a few seconds to start
> mozilla, and I can deal with MPlayer
> dropping a few frames.
> But that messagebox is damn annoying.
> MPlayer shouldn't presume it is the only
> (or even the most important) application
> running. I think there should be a
> config option to disable that