mplayer actually allow custom seek times? ie. change the default 10s to 4s.
mplayer natively in the terminal. ie. not via a gui wrapper such as smplayer.
Nothing changes when I follow the suggested method.
My conf file is
~/.mplayer/input.conf — It contains only the following 2 lines:
RIGHT seek +4 LEFT seek -4
I understand that seeking can be influenced by the location of key-frames (especially in video)... However I want this for audio only.
Because it didn't work with a
.mp3, I tried it with an uncompressed
.wav ... Still nothing changed.. My left and right keys still moved 10 seconds.
This is the command I used:
mplayer -input conf=~/.mplayer/input.conf audio.wav
I tried larger values (seek 140) but it still didn't work..
Is this feature broken, or am I doing something wrong?
I'm using mplayer in Ubuntu 10.04