Command Line Arguments
The player can be run from command line with arguments. Find below a list of arguments and uses.
-customformat (name of custom format)
-customformatsbs (name of custom format)
-customformatou (name of custom format)
-eyeorder (lr, rl)
-continuousplay (on, off)
-mirror (on, off)
Examples of use
This will play the file test.mp4, display no menus, play it straight away after the health and safetly menu has gone, play it flatscreen, play it with an eye order of left eye on left right eye on right and quit the player once the video has finished.
"Whirligig64bit.exe" -feature "D:\Media\videos\test.mp4" -displaymenus "none" -continuousplay "on" -projection flatscreen -eyeorder "lr" -whenmediaends quit
for a stereo with right eye first playing custom format:
"Whirligig64bit.exe" -feature "d:\test.jpg" -customformatsbs "Octane.obj" -eyeorder "rl"
for a stereo with left eye first playing custom format:
"Whirligig64bit.exe" -feature "d:\test.jpg" -customformatsbs "Octane.obj" -eyeorder "lr"
for a mono playing custom format:
"Whirligig64bit.exe" -feature "d:\test.jpg" -customformat "Octane.obj"
Playing text.mp4, fisheye at 180 degrees, tilted at 56.10, rotated 20.10 and scaled to 50.0
"Whirligig64bit.exe" -feature "d:\test.mp4" -projection fisheye180 -tilt 56.10 -rotate 20.10 -scale 50.0
Final Notes on Command line Arguments
The command line arguments due to the small amount of use by people are more likely to have bugs. If you run into any bugs email me and let me know so I can fix them.