MPlayer: input.conf

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1##
2## MPlayer input control file
3##
4## You are able to redefine default keyboard/joystick/mouse/LIRC bindings, or
5## add new ones here.
6## See DOCS/tech/slave.txt for possible commands that can be bound.
7## Also see mplayer -input cmdlist for other possible options.
8## The file should be placed in the $HOME/.mplayer directory.
9##
10## If you wish to unbind a key, use key ignore.
11## e.g. ENTER ignore
12##
13
14RIGHT seek +10
15LEFT seek -10
16t seek +60              #NEO jump one minute forward
17n seek -60              #NEO jump one minute backwards
18d seek 600              #NEO jump ten minutes forward
19c seek -600             #NEO jump ten minutes backwards
20PGUP seek 600
21PGDWN seek -600
22#m mute #NEO switch
23# switch_audio          # switch audio streams
24+ audio_delay 0.100
25= audio_delay 0.100
26- audio_delay -0.100
27[ speed_mult 0.9091     # scale playback speed
28] speed_mult 1.1
29{ speed_mult 0.5
30} speed_mult 2.0
31BS speed_set 1.0        # reset speed to normal
32q quit
33ESC quit
34ENTER pt_step 1 1       # skip to next file
35p pause
36. frame_step            # advance one frame and pause
37SPACE pause
38HOME pt_up_step 1
39END pt_up_step -1
40> pt_step 1             # skip to next file
41< pt_step -1            #         previous
42INS alt_src_step 1
43DEL alt_src_step -1
44o osd
45I osd_show_property_text "${filename}"     # display filename in osd
46P osd_show_progression
47z sub_delay -0.1        # subtract 100 ms delay from subs
48x sub_delay +0.1        # add
499 volume -1
50i volume -1             #NEO decrease volume
51u volume -3             #NEO decrease volume
52/ volume -1
530 volume 1
54* volume 1
55e volume 1              #NEO increase volume
56a volume 3              #NEO increase volume
571 contrast -1
582 contrast 1
593 brightness -1
604 brightness 1
615 hue -1
626 hue 1
637 saturation -1
648 saturation 1
65( balance -0.1          # adjust audio balance in favor of left
66) balance +0.1          #                                  right
67# d frame_drop          #NEO switch
68D step_property deinterlace  # toggle deinterlacer, requires -vf yadif or kerndeint
69# r sub_pos -1            # move subtitles up #NEO switch
70# t sub_pos +1            #                down #NEO switch
71#? sub_step +1          # immediately display next subtitle
72#? sub_step -1          #                     previous
73#? sub_scale +0.1       # increase subtitle font size
74#? sub_scale -0.1       # decrease subtitle font size
75r vo_fullscreen         #NEO fullscreen
76f vo_fullscreen         
77T vo_ontop              # toggle video window ontop of other windows
78w panscan -0.1          # zoom out with -panscan 0 -fs
79# e panscan +0.1          #      in #NEO switch
80# c capturing             # save (and append) file/stream to stream.dump with -capture #NEO switch
81s screenshot            # take a png screenshot with -vf screenshot
82                        # S will take a png screenshot of every frame
83
84h tv_step_channel 1
85l tv_step_channel -1
86# n tv_step_norm        #NEO switch
87b tv_step_chanlist
88
89##
90## Joystick section
91## WARNING: joystick support has to be explicitly enabled at
92##          compiletime with --enable-joystick
93##
94
95JOY_RIGHT seek 10
96JOY_LEFT seek -10
97JOY_UP seek 60
98JOY_DOWN seek -60
99JOY_BTN0 pause
100JOY_BTN1 osd
101m osd                   #NEO time
102JOY_BTN2 volume 1
103JOY_BTN3 volume -1
104JOY_BTN4 set_menu main
105
106##
107## Apple Remote section
108##
109## To use OSD menu with Apple Remote, set key AR_MENU to any OSD menu command,
110## or just comment out the 'AR_MENU osd' line and uncomment the line after it.
111##
112
113AR_PLAY pause
114AR_PLAY_HOLD quit
115AR_NEXT seek 30
116AR_NEXT_HOLD seek 120
117AR_PREV seek -10
118AR_PREV_HOLD seek -120
119AR_MENU menu up
120#AR_MENU menu cancel
121AR_MENU_HOLD mute
122AR_VUP volume 1
123AR_VDOWN volume -1
124
125##
126## OSD Menu movement keys
127##
128## If you are using only the keyboard it is enough to define one command (like
129## "menu up"), because then that single key will display the menu, which can
130## then be navigated with the cursor keys and ENTER (defined in menu.conf).
131##
132## LIRC users should bind each "menu" command to a button on their remote.
133##
134## The set_menu command directly displays the (sub)menu specified as
135## its argument. Usage should be self-explanatory (although not likely
136## to be needed), after reading input.conf.
137##
138
139#MOUSE_BTN0 menu up
140#y menu down
141#y menu ok
142#y menu cancel
143#y menu hide
144#y set_menu general_pref
145
146##
147## DVDNAV
148## Requires dvdnav://
149##
150
151UP    {dvdnav} dvdnav up          # DVDNav UP
152DOWN  {dvdnav} dvdnav down        # DVDNav DOWN
153LEFT  {dvdnav} dvdnav left        # DVDNav LEFT
154RIGHT {dvdnav} dvdnav right       # DVDNav RIGHT
155ESC   {dvdnav} dvdnav menu        # DVDNav MENU
156ENTER {dvdnav} dvdnav select      # DVDNav SELECT (ok)
157BS    {dvdnav} dvdnav prev        # DVDNav PREVIOUS menu (in the order chapter->title->root)
158
159AR_VUP    {dvdnav} dvdnav up      # DVDNav UP
160AR_VDOWN  {dvdnav} dvdnav down    # DVDNav DOWN
161AR_PREV   {dvdnav} dvdnav left    # DVDNav LEFT
162AR_NEXT   {dvdnav} dvdnav right   # DVDNav RIGHT
163AR_MENU   {dvdnav} dvdnav menu    # DVDNav MENU
164AR_PLAY   {dvdnav} dvdnav select  # DVDNav SELECT (ok)
165
166#? seek_chapter -1      # skip to previous dvd chapter
167#? seek_chapter +1      #         next
168
169##
170## Advanced seek
171## Uncomment the following lines to be able to seek to n% of the media with
172## the Fx keys.
173##
174#F1 seek 10 1
175#F2 seek 20 1
176#F3 seek 30 1
177#F4 seek 40 1
178#F5 seek 50 1
179#F6 seek 60 1
180#F7 seek 70 1
181#F8 seek 80 1
182#F9 seek 90 1