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  1. # ============================================================================
  2. # Configuration file for PMS
  3. # ============================================================================
  4. # Introduction:
  5. #
  6. # This "PMS.conf" file holds the configuration settings for PMS. These settings
  7. # are usually set using the PMS graphical user interface. If you are running
  8. # PMS on a headless system, you may not be able to kick off the GUI; instead,
  9. # you can edit the PMS.conf file to control the operation of PMS. A restart of
  10. # PMS is required after editing this file.
  11. #
  12. # Commenting out an option or leaving it empty forces the PMS default
  13. # that is indicated.
  14. #
  15. # Key value pairs
  16. # ---------------
  17. # The configuration file contains key/value pairs separated by an equals (=)
  18. # sign; the key on the left and the value on the right. The value is edited
  19. # in this file or set using the PMS GUI and saved. The value can take a number
  20. # of different forms:
  21. #
  22. #  - toggle: a checkbox or boolean; either "true" or "false"
  23. #  - selector: a dropdown menu in the GUI, generating a string or numeric
  24. #              value. Available options will usually be stated below
  25. #  - string: a short text or a number
  26. #  - text: a longer text with embedded line breaks
  27. #  - list: a comma-separated list of strings or numbers
  28. #
  29. # In the file below the value type is shown after the GUI option label.
  30. #
  31. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  32. # General Configuration Screen
  33. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  34. # ---< General Settings >-----------------------------------------------------
  35.  
  36. # Interface Language
  37. # -------------------
  38. # GUI option: Language (selector)
  39. # The language to use for the GUI and other dialogues.
  40. # The following translations are available:
  41. #   ar = Arab
  42. #   bg = Bulgarian
  43. #   ca = Catalan
  44. #   zhs = Chinese (Simplified)
  45. #   zht = Chinese (Traditional)
  46. #   cz = Czech
  47. #   da = Danish
  48. #   nl = Dutch
  49. #   en = English
  50. #   fi = Finish
  51. #   fr = French
  52. #   de = German
  53. #   el = Greek
  54. #   is = Icelandic
  55. #   it = Italian
  56. #   iw = Hebrew
  57. #   ja = Japanese
  58. #   ko = Korean
  59. #   no = Norwegian
  60. #   pl = Polish
  61. #   pt = Portuguese
  62. #   br = Portuguese (Brazilian)
  63. #   ro = Romanian
  64. #   ru = Russian
  65. #   sl = Slovenian
  66. #   es = Spanish
  67. #   sv = Swedish
  68. #   tr = Turkish
  69. # The short-form code (e.g. = en) is used to set the language.
  70. # The default value is "", which means PMS will follow the locale.
  71. language =
  72.  
  73. # Operating Mode
  74. # --------------
  75. # GUI Option: Start Minimized (toggle)
  76. # Sets whether the GUI should start when the program is launched.
  77. # On headless systems, this should be "true"; default is "false".
  78. minimized = false
  79.  
  80. # Check for updates
  81. # -----------------
  82. # GUI Option: Check automatically (toggle)
  83. # Default value is false.
  84. auto_update = false
  85.  
  86. # ---< Network Settings >-----------------------------------------------------
  87. # Generally these settings should not need to be changed from their defaults or
  88. # settings determined automatically by the system. Changing them may make your
  89. # PMS server disappear from your other devices.
  90.  
  91. # Interface
  92. # ---------
  93. # GUI Option: Force networking on interface (selector)
  94. # Specifies the (physical) network interface to attach to, should only be
  95. # relevant when the server has more than one network interface and PMS picks
  96. # the wrong one. The selector displays all available network interfaces.
  97. # E.g. network_interface = eth0
  98. # The default value is "", which means PMS will automatically select a network
  99. # interface.
  100. network_interface =
  101.  
  102. # Specifies a comma separated list of network interfaces to ignore when
  103. # scanning for a suitable network interface to attach to. This is typically
  104. # used to ignore virtual interfaces created by other applications.
  105. # Default value is "tap,vmnet,vnic", which ignores interfaces named "tap0",
  106. # "tap1" and "tap2", but it allows an interface named "eth0".
  107. skip_network_interfaces =
  108.  
  109. # IP Address
  110. # ----------
  111. # GUI Option: Force IP of the server (string)
  112. # A network interface can be have multiple IP addresses associated with it.
  113. # This sets which one should be used.
  114. # The default value is "", which means PMS will automatically select an IP
  115. # address.
  116. hostname =
  117.  
  118. # Server port
  119. # -----------
  120. # GUI Option: Force the port of the server (string)
  121. # Sets the port PMS will listen on; usually should not need to be set unless
  122. # another service has already grabbed the port.
  123. # The default value is "", which means PMS will automatically pick port 5001.
  124. port =
  125.  
  126. # Client Filter
  127. # -------------
  128. # GUI Option: Use an IP filter (string)
  129. # Set the IP address(es) and/or IP address range(s) of the clients permitted to connect.
  130. # When no filter is specified, PMS will allow any IP address to connect to the
  131. # service.
  132. # Multiple IP addresses and/or IP address ranges can be separated with a comma
  133. # or semicolon e.g.: 127.0.0.1,192.168.0-1.*
  134. # The default value is "".
  135. ip_filter =
  136.  
  137. # Max Bandwidth
  138. # -------------
  139. # GUI Option: Maximum bandwidth in Mb/s (string)
  140. # Set the maximum bandwidth to be consumed by the server.
  141. # Leaving the setting blank or zero switches off bandwidth throttling.
  142. maximumbitrate = 0
  143.  
  144. # ---< Advanced HTTP and system settings >------------------------------------
  145.  
  146. # HTTP Engine v2
  147. # --------------
  148. # GUI Option: HTTP Engine v2 (toggle)
  149. # Experimental feature - see documentation
  150. http_engine_v2 = true
  151.  
  152. # Do not sleep
  153. # ------------
  154. # GUI Option: Prevent OS from sleeping while streaming (toggle)
  155. # If your host server has a power-saving mode, use this option to prevent
  156. # the server hibernating or sleeping while it is streaming data.
  157. prevents_sleep_mode = true
  158.  
  159. # GUI Option: Default renderer when automatic detection fails (selector)
  160. # PMS can recognize many renderers automatically. Sometimes a renderer will
  161. # connect which PMS does not recognize. This option defines which renderer PMS
  162. # should assume. Default value is empty, which means PMS will assume the
  163. # "Unknown renderer".
  164. renderer_default =
  165.  
  166. # GUI Option: Force default renderer (disable automatic detection) (toggle)
  167. # By default PMS tries to automatically detect what renderers try to connect
  168. # to it. By settings this option to true, PMS will assume any renderer that
  169. # connects is the default renderer.
  170. renderer_force_default = false
  171.  
  172. # ---< Plugins >--------------------------------------------------------------
  173.  
  174. # The directory where PMS can find the plugins. Default value is "plugins".
  175. plugins = plugins
  176.  
  177. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  178. # Navigation/Share Settings Screen
  179. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  180.  
  181. # ---< Thumbnails >-----------------------------------------------------------
  182.  
  183. # Generate Thumbnails
  184. # -------------------
  185. # GUI Option: Generate Thumbnails
  186. # Set whether or not to generate thumbnails of media files for the client.
  187. thumbnails = false
  188.  
  189. # Thumbnail seeking position
  190. # --------------------------
  191. # GUI Option: Thumbnail seeking position (string)
  192. # Amount of time (in seconds) to skip in video media before generating
  193. # thumbnail data, designed to pass over usual black screen before movies
  194. # start. Default value is 60 seconds.
  195. thumbnail_seek_pos = 60
  196.  
  197. # Use MPlayer for Thumbnails
  198. # --------------------------
  199. # GUI Option: Use MPlayer for video thumbnails (toggle)
  200. # Whether or not to use MPlayer to generate the thumbnails for video;
  201. # can produce better results than built-in method.
  202. # Default is false, which will use the built-in method.
  203. use_mplayer_for_video_thumbs = true
  204.  
  205. # DVD thumbnails
  206. # --------------
  207. # GUI Option: DVD ISO thumbnails (toggle)
  208. # Choose whether or not to show thumbnails of ISO images. Default value is
  209. # false.
  210. dvd_isos_thumbnails = false
  211.  
  212. # Image thumbnails
  213. # --------------
  214. # GUI Option: Image thumbnails (toggle)
  215. # Choose whether or not to show thumbnails of images. Default value is true.
  216. image_thumbnails = true
  217.  
  218. # Album cover art
  219. # ---------------
  220. # GUI Option: Audio thumbnails display (selector)
  221. # Choose how to get thumbnails for audio files (cover art), value is a
  222. # number from the following list (equivalent to GUI dropdown order):
  223. #  0 - Alphabetical (A-Z) - search local filesystem
  224. #  1 - download from Amazon
  225. #  2 - download from Discogs
  226. # Default value is 0.
  227. audio_thumbnails_method = 0
  228.  
  229. # Source of video cover art
  230. # -------------------------
  231. # GUI Option: Alternate video cover art folder (selector)
  232. # Specify a folder below which appropriate cover art for videos might be
  233. # located. Providing no value (default) effectively disables video thumbnails.
  234. # The GUI offers a file-system navigator which generates an absolute path.
  235. alternate_thumb_folder =
  236.  
  237. # ---< Navigation/Parsing settings >------------------------------------------
  238. # Instructs the system on how to find media and various controls on giving
  239. # clients access to transcoding facilities and features.
  240.  
  241. # Compressed Archives
  242. # -------------------
  243. # GUI Option: Browse compressed archives (toggle)
  244. # Should the system browse compressed files looking for media? Files are
  245. # extracted only when selected for viewing.
  246. # Archives supported include zip, rar, cbr and possibly others. Default value
  247. # is false.
  248. enable_archive_browsing = true
  249.  
  250. # Hide Video settings
  251. # -------------------
  252. # GUI Option: Hide Video settings (toggle)
  253. # Control visibility of the Video Settings folder on clients; contents
  254. # of the folder allow direct editing of PMS settings for video. Default value
  255. # is false.
  256. hidevideosettings = false
  257.  
  258. # Hide Transcode folder
  259. # ---------------------
  260. # GUI Option: Hide Transcode folder (toggle)
  261. # Control visibility of the Transcode folder on clients; contents of the
  262. # folder provide control over transcoding of video. Default value is false.
  263. hide_transcode_folder = false
  264.  
  265. # Hide file extensions
  266. # --------------------
  267. # GUI Option: Hide file extensions (toggle)
  268. # Choose whether or not to show file extensions when showing file name in
  269. # client listings. Default value is false.
  270. hide_extensions = false
  271.  
  272. # Hide engine names
  273. # -----------------
  274. # GUI Option: Hide engine names (toggle)
  275. # Choose whether or not to show transcoding engine names for video; see
  276. # also "Hide Transcode Folder" setting. Default value is false.
  277. hide_enginenames = false
  278.  
  279. # Hide non-media folders
  280. # ----------------------
  281. # GUI Option: Hide non-media folders (toggle)
  282. # Choose whether or not to show folders which contain no viewable content.
  283. # Switching this on can slow down browsing in the client (folders must be checked
  284. # for content first before showing them); using a cache (see below) can help.
  285. # Default value is false.
  286. hide_empty_folders = false
  287.  
  288. # Show iTunes library
  289. # -------------------
  290. # GUI Option: Show iTunes library (toggle)
  291. # Choose whether or not to show the iTunes library as a folder in PMS. Default
  292. # value is false.
  293. itunes = false
  294.  
  295. # Show iPhoto library
  296. # -------------------
  297. # GUI Option: Show iPhoto library (toggle)
  298. # Choose whether or not to show the iPhoto library as a folder in PMS. Default
  299. # value is false.
  300. iphoto = false
  301.  
  302. # Show Aperture library
  303. # ---------------------
  304. # GUI Option: Show aperture library (toggle)
  305. # Choose whether or not to show the Aperture library as a folder in PMS.
  306. # Default value is false
  307. aperture = false
  308.  
  309. # Enable cache
  310. # ------------
  311. # GUI Option: Enable cache (toggle)
  312. # Without a cache, when the client browses a folder, content is listed in
  313. # real-time. With a cache, additional information becomes available and
  314. # the cache can be browsed directly. Default value is false.
  315. usecache = true
  316.  
  317. # Hide cache folder
  318. # -----------------
  319. # GUI Option: Hide cache folder (toggle)
  320. # Controls whether or not the cache can be browsed directly by the client.
  321. # Default value is false.
  322. hide_media_library_folder = false
  323.  
  324. # File ordering
  325. # -------------
  326. # GUI Option: File ordering (selector)
  327. # Determines the order of listed content when a client browses a folder; the
  328. # GUI selector generates a numeric indicator according to the following.
  329. #  0 - Alphabetical A-Z
  330. #  1 - By date (newest first)
  331. #  2 - By reverse date (oldest first)
  332. #  3 - ASCIIbetical (i.e. using ASCII code values)
  333. #  4 - Alphanumeric (AKA natural sort e.g. "Season 2" before "Season 10")
  334. # Default value is 0.
  335. key_sort_method = 0
  336.  
  337. # ---< Shared folders >-------------------------------------------------------
  338.  
  339. # Media Locations
  340. # ---------------
  341. # GUI Option: Shared folders dialogue (list)
  342. # Either define a list of specific folders containing media to be shared or
  343. # allow the system to browse the whole disk of the server. The GUI provides
  344. # a system navigation to generate a list of folders.
  345. # The list should contain a comma-separated list of absolute path names, or
  346. # leave it empty to let the system find media. Default value is empty.
  347. folders = /media/Movies,/media/Music,/media/Videos,/media/Photos,/media/Recorded TV
  348.  
  349.  
  350. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  351. # Transcoder Settings
  352. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  353.  
  354. # Transcoder engines
  355. # GUI Option: Ordered list of engines (selector)
  356. # System generates list of available engines, list depends on host.
  357. # Default value is "mencoder,avsmencoder,tsmuxer,ffmpegaudio,mplayeraudio,tsmuxeraudio,vlcvideo,mencoderwebvideo,mplayervideodump,mplayerwebaudio,vlcaudio,ffmpegdvrmsremux,rawthumbs"
  358. engines = tsmuxer,mencoder,ffmpegaudio,mplayeraudio,tsmuxeraudio,mplayervideodump,mencoderwebvideo,vlcvideo,mplayerwebaudio,vlcaudio,rawthumbs
  359.  
  360. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  361. # Transcoding Settings: Common settings
  362. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  363.  
  364. # Transcode buffer size
  365. # ---------------------
  366. # GUI Option: Transcode buffer maximum size (string)
  367. # Size of buffer in MB before transmitting to client. Maximum value is 400,
  368. # which is also the default value.
  369. maxvideobuffer = 400
  370.  
  371. # Cores for Transcoding
  372. # ---------------------
  373. # GUI Option: Number of cores for transcoding (selector)
  374. # Choose the number of processor cores that should be used for transcoding.
  375. # The default value is empty, which will make PMS figure this out itself.
  376. nbcores =
  377.  
  378. # Chapters #--TRANSCODE--# folder support
  379. # -----------------------------------
  380. # GUI Option: Chapters #--TRANSCODE--# folder support (toggle)
  381. # Makes PMS create virtual chapter markers in a video file. These let
  382. # you jump to a specific point in a video. Default value is false.
  383. chapter_support = false
  384.  
  385. # Chapters #--TRANSCODE--# folder support interval
  386. # --------------------------------------------
  387. # GUI Option: Chapters #--TRANSCODE--# folder support interval (string)
  388. # Determines the interval time in minutes for virtual chapter markers.
  389. # Default value is 5.
  390. chapter_interval = 5
  391.  
  392.  
  393. # ---< Audio settings >-------------------------------------------------------
  394.  
  395. # PS3 Media Server decides what to do with the audio track by checking options in the following order:
  396. # 1. (AC3 and DTS tracks) Keep DTS track / Keep AC3 track => remuxes track as-is
  397. # 2. (all tracks) Use LPCM transcoding => transcodes track with LPCM transport (lossless)
  398. # 3. (all tracks) Use AC3 transcoding => transcodes track with AC3 transport (lossy)
  399.  
  400. # AC3 transcoding audio channels
  401. # --------------
  402. # GUI Option: Maximum audio channels (selector)
  403. # The maximum number of channels used for AC3 transcoding. Default value is 6.
  404. # Do not change this value even if you use 2.0 speakers because of an MEncoder downmixing bug!
  405. audiochannels = 6
  406.  
  407. # AC3 transcoding audio bitrate
  408. # -----------------
  409. # GUI Option: AC3 re-encoding audio bitrate (string)
  410. # Specify the bitrate for AC3 transcoding; do not exceed the quality supported by the
  411. # AV receiver or amplifier. Default value is 640.
  412. audiobitrate = 640
  413.  
  414. # Keep AC3 track
  415. # ---------------
  416. # GUI Option: Keep AC3 track (no re-encode, may cause inaudible dialog and A/V sync issues) (toggle)
  417. # The default value is true.
  418. mencoder_remux_ac3 = false
  419.  
  420. # Keep DTS track
  421. # ------------------
  422. # GUI Option: Keep DTS track (no re-encode, compatible with AV receiver through optical or HDMI output) (toggle)
  423. # Default value is false.
  424. embed_dts_in_pcm = true
  425.  
  426. # Use LPCM for audio
  427. # ---------------------------
  428. # GUI Option: Use LPCM for audio (no re-encode) (toggle)
  429. # Choose whether or not the Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) audio format should be
  430. # used instead of AC3 with the MEncoder transcoding engine. Offers lossless transcoding quality but higher bitrate.
  431. # Bandwidth requirements are about 1.5 Mbit/s for 2.0 and 4.6 Mbit/s for 5.1 audio.
  432. # Not suitable for Wi-Fi streaming! The default value is false.
  433. mencoder_usepcm = false
  434.  
  435. # Use LPCM only for HQ audio
  436. # ---------------------------
  437. # GUI Option: none
  438. # Limit LPCM audio transcoding to high quality audio tracks (DTS, TrueHD, etc) only. Use AC3
  439. # transcoding for others.
  440. mencoder_usepcm_for_hq_audio_only = false
  441.  
  442. # Remux DVD
  443. # ---------
  444. # GUI Option: Remux DVD ISO video track (toggle)
  445. # The default value is true.
  446. mencoder_remux_mpeg2 = true
  447.  
  448. # ---< Video quality settings >-----------------------------------------------
  449.  
  450. # MPEG-2 options
  451. # --------------
  452. # GUI Option: MPEG-2 options (string)
  453. # Sets the quality for MPEG-2 conversion; MPEG-2 is the fallback format if the client
  454. # does not support a video format natively. The default value is "keyint=5:vqscale=1:vqmin=2"
  455. mencoder_encode = keyint=2:vqscale=1:vqmin=2
  456.  
  457. # ---< Misc options >---------------------------------------------------------
  458.  
  459. # Definitely disable subitles
  460. # ---------------------------
  461. # GUI Option: Definitely disable subtitles (toggle)
  462. # The default value is false.
  463. mencoder_disablesubs = false
  464.  
  465. # Skip transcode for extensions
  466. # -----------------------------
  467. # GUI Option: Skip transcode for extensions (list)
  468. # Do not transcode files with an extension in the list. The default value is
  469. # empty.
  470. notranscode =
  471.  
  472.  
  473. # Force transcode for extensions
  474. # ------------------------------
  475. # GUI Option: Force transcode for extensions (list)
  476. # Always transcode file with an extension in the list. The default value is
  477. # empty.
  478. forcetranscode =
  479.  
  480. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  481. # Transcoder Settings: MEncoder
  482. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  483.  
  484. # ---< Video/Audio decoder settings for MEncoder engine >---------------------
  485.  
  486. # Use Multiple cores
  487. # ------------------
  488. # GUI Option: Use multiple CPU cores (toggle)
  489. # Choose whether or not to use the multicore variant of MEncoder. The default
  490. # value is empty, which lets PMS figure this out itself.
  491. mencoder_mt =
  492.  
  493. # Skip loop filter
  494. # ----------------
  495. # GUI Option: Skip loop filter
  496. # Default value is false.
  497. skiploopfilter = false
  498.  
  499. # A/V sync alternative true
  500. # -------------------------
  501. # GUI Option: A/V sync alternative
  502. # Default value is true.
  503. mencoder_nooutofsync = true
  504.  
  505. # Use Video Scaler
  506. # ----------------
  507. # GUI Option: Use Video Scaler
  508. # Default value is false.
  509. mencoder_scaler = false
  510. # GUI Option: Video scaler width
  511. # Default value is 0.
  512. mencoder_scalex = 0
  513. # GUI Option: Video scaler height
  514. # Default value is 0.
  515. mencoder_scaley = 0
  516.  
  517. # Force framerate
  518. # ---------------
  519. # GUI Option: Force framerate
  520. # Default value is false.
  521. mencoder_forcefps = false
  522.  
  523. # Deinterlace filter
  524. # ------------------
  525. # GUI Option: Deinterlace filter
  526. # Default value is false.
  527. mencoder_yadif = false
  528.  
  529. # Remux videos
  530. # ------------
  531. # GUI Option: Remux videos
  532. # Default value is true.
  533. mencoder_mux_compatible = true
  534.  
  535. # Codec specific parameters
  536. # -------------------------
  537. # GUI Option : Use application default codec parms
  538. # Default value is true.
  539. mencoder_intelligent_sync = true
  540.  
  541. # GUI Option: Codec specific parameters (text)
  542. # Sets additional codec-specific configuration options for MEncoder. Default
  543. # value is empty.
  544. codec_spec_script =
  545.  
  546. # ---< Specific options >-----------------------------------------------------
  547.  
  548. # Custom options
  549. # --------------
  550. # GUI Option: Custom options (string)
  551. # Default value is empty.
  552. mencoder_decode =
  553.  
  554. # Audio language priority
  555. # -----------------------
  556. # GUI Option: Audio language priority (list)
  557. # A comma-separated list of language codes that defines the priority for
  558. # MEncoder when choosing audio languages, where "und" stands for "undefined".
  559. # For example: "eng,fre,jpn,ger,und". Default value is empty, which will let
  560. # PMS pick the priority.
  561. mencoder_audiolangs = rus,eng,jpn
  562.  
  563. # ---< Subtitle settings >----------------------------------------------------
  564.  
  565. # Subtitle language priority
  566. # --------------------------
  567. # GUI Option: Subtitle language priority (list)
  568. # A comma-separated list of language codes that defines the priority for
  569. # MEncoder when choosing subtitle languages, where "und" stands for
  570. # "undefined". For example: "eng,fre,jpn,ger,und". Default value is empty,
  571. # which will let PMS pick the priority.
  572. mencoder_sublangs = rus,eng
  573.  
  574. # Force subtitle language
  575. # -----------------------
  576. # GUI Option: Force subtitle language (string)
  577. # Default is empty, which will let PMS pick the subtitle language.
  578. forced_sub_lang =
  579.  
  580. # Forced tags
  581. # -----------
  582. # GUI Option: Forced tags (string)
  583. # The tag string that identifies the subtitle language that will be forced
  584. # upon MEncoder. The default value is "forced".
  585. forced_sub_tags = forced
  586.  
  587. # Audio language priority
  588. # -----------------------
  589. # GUI Option: Audio language priority (string)
  590. # Determine the string of audio language and subtitle language pairs
  591. # ordered by priority for MEncoder to try to match. Audio language and
  592. # subtitle language should be comma separated as a pair; individual pairs
  593. # should be semicolon separated. "*" can be used to match any language.
  594. # Subtitle language can be defined as "off".
  595. # For example: "en,off;jpn,eng;*,eng;*;*". Default value is empty.
  596. mencoder_audiosublangs =
  597.  
  598. # Subtitles codepage
  599. # ------------------
  600. # GUI Option: Subtitles codepage (string)
  601. # The character encoding (or code page) that MEncoder should use for
  602. # displaying subtitles. Default value is "cp1252".
  603. mencoder_subcp = utf-8
  604.  
  605. # FriBiDi
  606. # -------
  607. # GUI Option: FriBiDi (toggle)
  608. # Determine whether or not MEncoder should use FriBiDi mode, which is
  609. # needed to display subtitles in languages that read from right to left,
  610. # like Arabic, Farsi, Hebrew, Urdu, etc. Default value is false.
  611. mencoder_subfribidi = false
  612.  
  613. # Subtitle font blank
  614. # -------------------
  615. # GUI Option: Subtitle font (string)
  616. # GUI offers a navigator to a folder generating an absolute path.
  617. # Default value is empty.
  618. mencoder_font = Ubuntu
  619.  
  620. # Subtitles folder blank
  621. # ----------------------
  622. # GUI Option: Subtitles folder (string)
  623. # GUI offers a navigator to a folder generating an absolute path.
  624. # Default value is empty.
  625. alternate_subs_folder =
  626.  
  627. # Use ASS/SSA styling
  628. # -------------------
  629. # GUI Option: Use ASS/SSA styling (toggle)
  630. # Choose whether or not MEncoder supports ASS/SSA subtitles. Default
  631. # value is empty, which will let PMS decide.
  632. mencoder_ass = true
  633.  
  634. # Enable mencoder with fontconfig
  635. # -------------
  636. # GUI Option: Fontconfig/Embedded fonts (toggle)
  637. mencoder_fontconfig = true
  638.  
  639. # Use embedded style
  640. # ------------------
  641. # GUI Option: Use embedded style (toggle)
  642. # Default value is true.
  643. mencoder_ass_defaultstyle = true
  644.  
  645. # Subtitle colour
  646. # ---------------
  647. # GUI Option: Subtitle colour (string)
  648. # The integer value for the subtitle colour. GUI offers a palette to choose
  649. # from that will generate a number. Default is empty, causing PMS to pick
  650. # white.
  651. subs_color = -1
  652.  
  653. # Style font scale
  654. # ----------------
  655. # GUI Option: Style font scale
  656. # The font scale used for ASS subtitling. Default value is 1.0.
  657. mencoder_ass_scale = 1.0
  658.  
  659. # GUI Option: Styled font outline
  660. # The outline parameter used for ASS subtitling. Default value is 1.
  661. mencoder_ass_outline = 2
  662.  
  663. # GUI Option: Styled font shadow
  664. # The shadow parameter used for ASS subtitling. Default value is 1.
  665. mencoder_ass_shadow = 0
  666.  
  667. # GUI Option: Styled margin
  668. # The margin used for ASS subtitling. The default value is 10.
  669. mencoder_ass_margin = 40
  670.  
  671. # Plain font scale
  672. # ----------------
  673. # GUI Option: Plain font scale
  674. # The subfont text scale parameter used for subtitling without ASS. The default
  675. # value is 3.
  676. mencoder_noass_scale = 3
  677.  
  678. # GUI Option: Plain font outline
  679. # The subfont outline parameter used for subtitling without ASS. Default value
  680. # is 1.
  681. mencoder_noass_outline = 4
  682.  
  683. # GUI Option: Plain font blur
  684. # The subfont blur parameter used for subtitling without ASS. The default value
  685. # is 1.
  686. mencoder_noass_blur = 1
  687.  
  688. # GUI Option: Plain margin
  689. # The subpos parameter used for subtitling without ASS. Default value is 2.
  690. mencoder_noass_subpos = 13
  691.  
  692. # Load subtitles
  693. # --------------
  694. # GUI Option: Load subtitles
  695. # Choose whether PMS should check for external subtitle files with the same
  696. # name as the media (*.srt, *.sub, *.ass, etc.). The default value is true.
  697. autoloadsrt = true
  698.  
  699. # DVD/VOB subtitle quality
  700. # ------------------------
  701. # GUI Option: DVD/VOB subtitle quality
  702. # The default value is 3.
  703. mencoder_vobsub_subtitle_quality = 4
  704.  
  705. # Add borders
  706. # -----------
  707. # GUI Option: width
  708. # The default value is 0.
  709. mencoder_overscan_compensation_width = 0
  710.  
  711. # GUI Option: height
  712. # The default value is 0.
  713. mencoder_overscan_compensation_height = 0
  714.  
  715. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  716. # Transcoder Settings: Video decoder for tsMuxeR
  717. # ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  718.  
  719. # Force FPS from FFmpeg
  720. # ---------------------
  721. # GUI Option: Force FPS pased from FFmpeg in the meta file
  722. # Default value is true.
  723. tsmuxer_forcefps = true
  724.  
  725. # Mux all audio
  726. # -------------
  727. # GUI Option: Mux all audio tracks
  728. # Default value is false.
  729. tsmuxer_mux_all_audiotracks = false
  730.  
  731. # Audio resampling
  732. # ----------------
  733. # GUI Option: Automatic audio resampling (toggle)
  734. # Default value is true.
  735. audio_resample = true
  736.  
  737. # ============================================================================
  738. # Additional settings
  739.  
  740. # ---< Active - but not settable in GUI >-------------------------------------
  741.  
  742. # Default value is 850.
  743. charsetencoding = 850
  744.  
  745. # Set to "true" if PMS should pass the flag "convertfps=true" to AviSynth.
  746. # Default value is true.
  747. avisynth_convertfps = true
  748.  
  749. # The template for the AviSynth script. The script string may contain the
  750. # character "\u0001", which will be treated as newline character.
  751. avisynth_script = #AviSynth script is now fully customisable !\u0001#You must use the following variables (\"clip\" being the avisynth variable of the movie):\u0001#<movie>: insert the complete DirectShowSource instruction [ clip=DirectShowSource(movie, convertfps) ]\u0001#<sub>: insert the complete TextSub/VobSub instruction if there's any detected srt/sub/idx/ass subtitle file\u0001#<moviefilename>: variable of the movie filename, if you want to do all this by yourself\u0001#Be careful, the custom script MUST return the clip object\u0001<movie>\u0001<sub>\u0001return clip
  752.  
  753. # Default value is false.
  754. transcode_block_multiple_connections = false
  755.  
  756. # Default value is true.
  757. transcode_keep_first_connection = true
  758.  
  759. # Default value is "-threads 2 -g 1 -qscale 1 -qmin 2"
  760. ffmpeg = -threads 2 -g 1 -qscale 1 -qmin 2
  761.  
  762. # The maximum size (in MB) that PMS should use for buffering audio. Default
  763. # value is 100.
  764. maxaudiobuffer = 100
  765.  
  766. # The minimum size (in MB) that PMS should use for the streaming media buffer.
  767. # Default value is 1.
  768. minwebbuffer = 1
  769.  
  770. # ---< Old deprecated options >-----------------------------------------------
  771. #turbomode = false
  772. #tsmuxer_preremix_ac3 = false
  773.  
  774. # ---< Other settings saved by PMS >------------------------------------------
  775.  
  776. # ---< Binary tools paths >------------------------------------------
  777. mencoder_path = /usr/lib/ps3mediaserver/linux/mencoder
  778. ffmpeg_path = /usr/lib/ps3mediaserver/linux/ffmpeg
  779. mplayer_path = /usr/lib/ps3mediaserver/linux/mplayer
  780. tsmuxer_path = /usr/lib/ps3mediaserver/linux/tsMuxeR
  781. dcraw_path = /usr/lib/ps3mediaserver/linux/dcraw
  782. uuid = ebe4c40b-4360-433b-9dd8-8c4d99109771
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