This is the command lqtplay that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
lqtplay - simple quicktime movie player for X11.
lqtplay [ options ] file
lqtplay just plays the given quicktime movie in a window on your X11 display. Sound is
played using a OSS dsp device or Alsa (if available). Some info about the movie and some
other stuff is printed on stderr. No fancy GUI. The only interactive element is that you
can resize the window, and lqtplay will adapt the video size if support for hardware-
scaled video is available.
lqtplay comes with libquicktime and uses libquicktime to read and decode the movies. It
is a sample application and intentionally kept simple. If you want a full-featured media
player, have a look at gstreamer.
-noxv Don't use the Xvideo extension for accelerated video playback (YUV->RGB color space
conversion + video scaling in hardware).
-nogl Don't use OpenGL (via GLX extension) for video scaling. By default lqtplay tries
to use 3D textures to scale RGB frames in hardware if DRI is available.
Don't use Alsa for audio output. By default lqtplay uses Alsa if it was available
at compile time.
The usual toolkit options (like -geometry) are accepted too.
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