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bug #22534: Youtube player text blurry, video rough

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Mon 10 Mar 2008 04:33:35 PM UTC  
 
Category:  None Severity:  3 - Normal
Release:  None Status:  Confirmed
Privacy:  Public Assigned to:  Udo Giacomozzi <udog>
Open/Closed:  Open

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Tue 11 Mar 2008 11:06:33 PM UTC, comment #4:

Looks like wrong resizing (screenshot)

Also a ToggleFullscreen option doesn't work

(Gnash was compiled with GL)

(file #15240)

Kirill Shendrikowski <kirsche>
Tue 11 Mar 2008 02:32:13 PM UTC, comment #3:

Yes, that's an anti-aliasing thing. The AGG implementation does no pixel hinting, which makes small fonts more readable. I guess this is a device font (ie. not embedded). The Adobe player uses GDI calls (most probably) to render device fonts, which renders small fonts differently to make them more readable.

Either we teach AGG how to render small fonts better or we use an external lib (FreeType?). Both solutions probably require much work (and according to Maxim the FreeType lib has a very bad renderer).

The AGG author has done some extensive research on this field - see http://www.antigrain.com/research/font_rasterization/ - but in Gnash currently we don't distinguish between normal shapes and glyphs...

Udo Giacomozzi <udog>
Project MemberIn charge of this item.
Tue 11 Mar 2008 02:04:50 AM UTC, comment #2:

The OpenGL renderer exhibits some blurring, but it seems to be of a different type than the AGG renderer, since the text looks crisp with OpenGL except for that (I suspect) there is no subpixel offsetting. So I'm limiting this bug to AGG.

Will probably start a separate bug for the video issue.

Bastiaan Jacques <bjacques>
Project Member
Tue 11 Mar 2008 01:18:25 AM UTC, comment #1:

The blurryness might be due to anti-aliasing, especially in the case of the text rendering (which we treat like normal shapes). Udo might have some interesting input here.

Bastiaan Jacques <bjacques>
Project Member
Mon 10 Mar 2008 04:33:35 PM UTC, original submission:

Playing a video from YouTube, the text for the player controls is blurry, while the video playing is very rough and blocky.

I have attached a screenshot of the results in Gnash 0.8.2 running on Ubuntu Hardy (8.04) on an x86 architecture. Also included is a screenshot of the expected results from IE running Adobe Flash.

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file #15240:  youtube-resize-gl.png added by kirsche (269KiB - image/png)
file #15224:  gnash-blur-rough-bugreport.jpg added by None (200KiB - image/jpeg - Gnash player and Adobe player results)
file #15225:  gnash-blur-rough-expected-bugreport.jpg added by None (152KiB - image/jpeg - Gnash player and Adobe player results)

 

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    2008-03-11 kirsche Attached File- => Added youtube-resize-gl.png, #15240
    2008-03-11 bjacques StatusNone => Confirmed
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