Video section

This section contains properties that show technical information about the video and let you control video output when playing the file, if it has a video component.



Track

This property lets you choose the video track to use when playing this file or stream. The auto option lets MPlayer choose a video track automatically. The set ID option allows you to enter a video track ID to play. The other options choose a video track from the list of detected tracks. An easy way to set this property for a file or stream that has more than one video track is by selecting a video track from the Video submenu of the Player menu.

Contrast

This property controls the video contrast for this file. The default option uses the same contrast as for other files. The set to option sets the specified initial contrast when loading the file. The add and subtract settings will adjust the contrast relative to the default setting.

Brightness

This property controls the video brightness for this file. The default option uses the same brightness as for other files. The set to option sets the specified initial brightness when loading the file. The add and subtract settings will adjust the brightness relative to the default setting.

Hue

This property controls the video hue for this file. The default option uses the same hue as for other files. The set to option sets the specified initial hue when loading the file. The add and subtract settings will adjust the hue relative to the default setting.

Saturation

This property controls the video saturation for this file. The default option uses the same saturation as for other files. The set to option sets the specified initial saturation when loading the file. The add and subtract settings will adjust the saturation relative to the default setting.

Codec

This property specifies the video codec to use when playing this file. The default setting will use the codec chosen on the Video page in KPlayer Settings, normally auto. The auto setting will tell MPlayer to choose the codec it thinks is the best for playing this file.

Bitrate

This property shows the video bitrate of this file. It is read only, and it is empty for audio only files.

Framerate

This property shows the video framerate of this file. It is read only, and it is empty for audio only files.

Tuner devices like DVB, PVR and TV have some specific properties that are not applicable to other items.



Input

This property lets you choose the video input to use when playing from the tuner device. The auto option tells MPlayer to choose a TV or DVB input automatically. The set to option allows you to enter an input ID to be used. For other items this property is not applicable and not shown.

Format

This property lets you choose the video format to use when playing from the PVR or TV device. The auto option tells MPlayer to choose a video output format automatically. The other options let you specify a particular video format. For other items this property is not applicable and not shown.

Norm

This property lets you choose the video norm to use when playing from the PVR or TV device. The auto option tells MPlayer to choose a video norm automatically. The set ID option allows you to enter a norm ID to be used. The other options let you choose a particular video norm. For other items this property is not applicable and not shown.