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authorMartin Herkt <lachs0r@srsfckn.biz>2014-09-01 04:25:57 +0200
committerMartin Herkt <lachs0r@srsfckn.biz>2014-09-01 04:27:13 +0200
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man: fix a whole bunch of typos
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/af.rst28
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/ao.rst2
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/changes.rst32
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/encode.rst4
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/input.rst16
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/lua.rst18
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/mpv.rst8
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/options.rst72
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/osc.rst8
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/vf.rst26
-rw-r--r--DOCS/man/vo.rst46
11 files changed, 130 insertions, 130 deletions
diff --git a/DOCS/man/af.rst b/DOCS/man/af.rst
index 6934d89cad..d6361bcede 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/af.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/af.rst
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ Available filters are:
``tospdif=<yes|no>``
Output raw AC-3 stream if ``no``, output to S/PDIF for
- passthrough if ``yes`` (default).
+ pass-through if ``yes`` (default).
``bitrate=<rate>``
The bitrate use for the AC-3 stream. Set it to 384 to get 384 kbps.
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ Available filters are:
Sine function delta, use very low values to hear the sweep.
``sinesuppress[=freq:decay]``
- Remove a sine at the specified frequency. Useful to get rid of the 50/60Hz
+ Remove a sine at the specified frequency. Useful to get rid of the 50/60 Hz
noise on low quality audio equipment. It only works on mono input.
``<freq>``
@@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ Available filters are:
``mpv --af=equalizer=11:11:10:5:0:-12:0:5:12:12 media.avi``
Would amplify the sound in the upper and lower frequency region
- while canceling it almost completely around 1kHz.
+ while canceling it almost completely around 1 kHz.
``channels=nch[:routes]``
Can be used for adding, removing, routing and copying audio channels. If
@@ -279,8 +279,8 @@ Available filters are:
once for every audio stream.
``<volumedb>``
- Sets the desired gain in dB for all channels in the stream from -200dB
- to +60dB, where -200dB mutes the sound completely and +60dB equals a
+ Sets the desired gain in dB for all channels in the stream from -200 dB
+ to +60 dB, where -200 dB mutes the sound completely and +60 dB equals a
gain of 1000 (default: 0).
``replaygain-track``
Adjust volume gain according to the track-gain replaygain value stored
@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ Available filters are:
.. admonition:: Example
``mpv --af=volume=10.1 media.avi``
- Would amplify the sound by 10.1dB and hard-clip if the sound level
+ Would amplify the sound by 10.1 dB and hard-clip if the sound level
is too high.
``pan=n:[<matrix>]``
@@ -370,8 +370,8 @@ Available filters are:
to the subwoofer.
``<fc>``
- cutoff frequency in Hz for the low-pass filter (20Hz to 300Hz)
- (default: 60Hz) For the best result try setting the cutoff frequency
+ cutoff frequency in Hz for the low-pass filter (20 Hz to 300 Hz)
+ (default: 60 Hz) For the best result try setting the cutoff frequency
as low as possible. This will improve the stereo or surround sound
experience.
``<ch>``
@@ -383,7 +383,7 @@ Available filters are:
.. admonition:: Example
``mpv --af=sub=100:4 --audio-channels=5 media.avi``
- Would add a subwoofer channel with a cutoff frequency of 100Hz to
+ Would add a subwoofer channel with a cutoff frequency of 100 Hz to
output channel 4.
``center``
@@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ Available filters are:
.. admonition:: Example
``mpv --af=surround=15 --audio-channels=4 media.avi``
- Would add surround sound decoding with 15ms delay for the sound to
+ Would add surround sound decoding with 15 ms delay for the sound to
the rear speakers.
``delay[=[ch1,ch2,...]]``
@@ -439,8 +439,8 @@ Available filters are:
.. admonition:: Example
``mpv --af=delay=[10.5,10.5,0,0,7,0] media.avi``
- Would delay front left and right by 10.5ms, the two rear channels
- and the subwoofer by 0ms and the center channel by 7ms.
+ Would delay front left and right by 10.5 ms, the two rear channels
+ and the subwoofer by 0 ms and the center channel by 7 ms.
``export=mmapped_file:nsamples]``
Exports the incoming signal to other processes using memory mapping
@@ -590,7 +590,7 @@ Available filters are:
tempo.
``mpv --af=scaletempo=stride=30:overlap=.50:search=10 media.ogg``
- Would tweak the quality and performace parameters.
+ Would tweak the quality and performance parameters.
``mpv --af=format=float,scaletempo media.ogg``
Would make scaletempo use float code. Maybe faster on some
@@ -602,7 +602,7 @@ Available filters are:
1.2x.
``lavfi=graph``
- Filter audio using ffmpeg's libavfilter.
+ Filter audio using FFmpeg's libavfilter.
``<graph>``
Libavfilter graph. See ``lavfi`` video filter for details - the graph
diff --git a/DOCS/man/ao.rst b/DOCS/man/ao.rst
index f82906d062..3eb2ab6125 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/ao.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/ao.rst
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ normal driver parameters.
where PulseAudio is used. On Windows, ``--ao=wasapi`` is preferred,
though it might cause trouble sometimes, in which case ``--ao=dsound``
should be used. On BSD systems, ``--ao=oss`` or `--ao=sndio`` may work
- (the latter being experimental). On OSX systems, use ``--ao=coreaudio``.
+ (the latter being experimental). On OS X systems, use ``--ao=coreaudio``.
.. admonition:: Examples
diff --git a/DOCS/man/changes.rst b/DOCS/man/changes.rst
index 841a4ce328..6905608d5d 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/changes.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/changes.rst
@@ -19,14 +19,14 @@ General Changes for MPlayer to mpv
Linux 2.4 (including VIDIX)
* Large internal cleanups
* Removal of support for dead platforms
-* New buildsystem
-* No embedded copy of ffmpeg and other libraries
+* New build system
+* No embedded copy of FFmpeg and other libraries
* Better pause handling (do not unpause on a command)
* Better MKV support (such as ordered chapters)
* vo_vdpau improvements
* Precise seeking support
-* Native OpenGL backend for OSX
-* General OSX improvements
+* Native OpenGL backend for OS X
+* General OS X improvements
* Improvements in audio/video sync handling
* Cleaned up terminal output
* Gapless audio support (``--gapless-audio``)
@@ -35,14 +35,14 @@ General Changes for MPlayer to mpv
* OSS4 volume control
* More correct color reproduction (color matrix generation)
* Use libass for subtitle rendering by default (better quality)
-* Generally preferring ffmpeg/libav over internal demuxers and decoders
+* Generally preferring FFmpeg/Libav over internal demuxers and decoders
* Improvements when playing multiple files (``--fixed-vo``)
* Screenshot improvements (instant screenshots without 1-frame delay, allow
taking screenshots even with hardware decoding)
* Improved support for PulseAudio
-* Generally improved MS Windows support (dealing with unicode filenames,
+* Generally improved MS Windows support (dealing with Unicode file names,
improved ``--vo=direct3d``, improved window handling)
-* Better OSD rendering (using libass). This has full unicode support, and
+* Better OSD rendering (using libass). This has full Unicode support, and
languages like Arabic should be better supported.
* Cleaned up terminal output (nicer status line, less useless noise)
* Support for playing URLs of popular streaming sites directly
@@ -50,19 +50,19 @@ General Changes for MPlayer to mpv
* Improved OpenGL output (``--vo=opengl-hq``)
* Make ``--softvol`` default (**mpv** is not a mixer control panel)
* Improved support for .cue files
-* Screenshot improvements (can save screenshots as JPG or PNG, configurable
- filenames, support for taking screenshots with or without subtitles - the
+* Screenshot improvements (can save screenshots as JPEG or PNG, configurable
+ file names, support for taking screenshots with or without subtitles - the
``screenshot`` video filter is not needed anymore, and should not be put
into the mpv config file)
* Removal of teletext support
-* Removal of most builtin demuxers, using libavformat instead
-* Removal of builtin network support, using libavformat instead (also,
+* Removal of most built-in demuxers, using libavformat instead
+* Removal of built-in network support, using libavformat instead (also,
support https via libavformat)
* Replace image VOs (``--vo=jpeg`` etc.) with ``--vo=image``
* Do not lose settings when playing a new file in the same player instance
* New location for config files, new name for the binary.
* Slave mode compatibility broken (see below)
-* Encoding functionality (replacement for mencoder, see ``DOCS/encoding.rst``)
+* Encoding functionality (replacement for MEncoder, see ``DOCS/encoding.rst``)
* Remove ``--vo=gif89a``, ``--vo=md5sum``, ``--vo=yuv4mpeg``, as encoding can
handle these use cases. For yuv4mpeg, for example, use:
``mpv input.mkv -o output.y4m --no-audio --oautofps --oneverdrop``.
@@ -71,10 +71,10 @@ General Changes for MPlayer to mpv
* Wayland support
* Support for precise scrolling which scales the parameter of commands. If the
input doesn't support precise scrolling the scale factor stays 1.
-* OSX: Cocoa event loop is independent from mplayer's event loop, so user
+* OS X: Cocoa event loop is independent from MPlayer's event loop, so user
actions like accessing menus and live resizing do not block the playback.
-* OSX: Apple Remote support.
-* OSX: Media Keys support.
+* OS X: Apple Remote support.
+* OS X: Media Keys support.
* Windows: Added WASAPI audio output.
* New OSD bar with chapter marks and not positioned in the middle of the video
(though this can be customized with the ``--osd-bar-align-y`` option).
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ General Changes for MPlayer to mpv
* Allow changing/adjusting video filters at runtime. (This is also used to make
the ``D`` key insert vf_yadif if deinterlacing is not supported otherwise.)
* Native VAAPI support
-* OSX: VDA support using libavcodec hwaccel API insted of FFmpeg's decoder. Up
+* OS X: VDA support using libavcodec hwaccel API instead of FFmpeg's decoder. Up
to 2-2.5x reduction in CPU usage.
* Make hardware decoding in general work with the ``opengl`` video output.
* Lua scripting (see `LUA SCRIPTING`_)
diff --git a/DOCS/man/encode.rst b/DOCS/man/encode.rst
index f23467d823..661fb4a144 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/encode.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/encode.rst
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ You can encode files from one format/codec to another using this facility.
``--oautofps``
Sets the output format time base to the guessed frame rate of the input
- video (simulates mencoder behavior, useful for AVI; may cause frame drops).
+ video (simulates MEncoder behavior, useful for AVI; may cause frame drops).
Note that not all codecs and not all formats support VFR encoding, and some
which do have bugs when a target bitrate is specified - use ``--ofps`` or
``--oautofps`` to force CFR encoding in these cases.
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ You can encode files from one format/codec to another using this facility.
.. admonition:: Example
"``--oac=libmp3lame --oacopts=b=128000``"
- selects 128kbps MP3 encoding.
+ selects 128 kbps MP3 encoding.
Options are managed in lists. There are a few commands to manage the
options list.
diff --git a/DOCS/man/input.rst b/DOCS/man/input.rst
index ec117774b3..180ff71d68 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/input.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/input.rst
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ List of Input Commands
to be precise, not fast), and sometimes fails to behave as expected. How
well this works depends on whether precise seeking works correctly (e.g.
see the ``--hr-seek-demuxer-offset`` option). Video filters or other video
- postprocessing that modifies timing of frames (e.g. deinterlacing) should
+ post-processing that modifies timing of frames (e.g. deinterlacing) should
usually work, but might make backstepping silently behave incorrectly in
corner cases. Using ``--hr-seek-framedrop=no`` should help, although it
might make precise seeking slower.
@@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ List of Input Commands
Take a single screenshot.
<each-frame>
Take a screenshot each frame. Issue this command again to stop taking
- screenshots. Note that you should disable framedropping when using
+ screenshots. Note that you should disable frame-dropping when using
this mode - or you might receive duplicate images in cases when a
frame was dropped.
@@ -574,7 +574,7 @@ Property list
See ``--osd-level``.
``osd-scale`` (RW)
- OSD font size multiplicator, see ``--osd-scale``.
+ OSD font size multiplier, see ``--osd-scale``.
``loop`` (RW)
See ``--loop``.
@@ -650,7 +650,7 @@ Property list
``drop-frame-count``
Frames dropped because they arrived to late. Doesn't necessarily indicate
- actual framedrops, just the number of times the decoder was asked to drop.
+ actual frame-drops, just the number of times the decoder was asked to drop.
Unavailable if video is disabled
``vo-drop-frame-count``
@@ -783,7 +783,7 @@ Property list
::
MPV_FORMAT_NODE_MAP
- (key and string value for each metdata entry)
+ (key and string value for each metadata entry)
``chapter-metadata``
Metadata of current chapter. Works similar to ``metadata`` property. It
@@ -827,7 +827,7 @@ Property list
this easier, the cache resizing code will allocate the new cache while the
old cache is still allocated.
- Don't use this when playing DVD or Bluray.
+ Don't use this when playing DVD or Blu-ray.
``cache-free`` (R)
Total free cache size in KB.
@@ -1052,7 +1052,7 @@ Property list
Estimated/measured FPS of the video filter chain output. (If no filters
are used, this corresponds to decoder output.) This uses the average of
the 10 past frame durations to calculate the FPS. It will be inaccurate
- if framedropping is involved (such as when framedrop is explicitly
+ if frame-dropping is involved (such as when framedrop is explicitly
enabled, or after precise seeking). Files with imprecise timestamps (such
as Matroska) might lead to unstable results.
@@ -1117,7 +1117,7 @@ Property list
See ``--sub-forced-only``.
``sub-scale`` (RW)
- Subtitle font size multiplicator.
+ Subtitle font size multiplier.
``ass-use-margins`` (RW)
See ``--ass-use-margins``.
diff --git a/DOCS/man/lua.rst b/DOCS/man/lua.rst
index 63aaca4dbd..d8791e7381 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/lua.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/lua.rst
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ LUA SCRIPTING
=============
mpv can load Lua scripts. Scripts in ``~/.mpv/lua/`` will be loaded on program
-start, or if passed to ``--lua``. mpv provides the builtin module ``mp``, which
+start, or if passed to ``--lua``. mpv provides the built-in module ``mp``, which
provides functions to send commands to the mpv core and to retrieve information
about playback state, user settings, file information, and so on.
@@ -98,9 +98,9 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
will always result in a string.
``mp.get_property_bool(name [,def])``
- Similar to ``mp.get_property``, but return the property value as boolean.
+ Similar to ``mp.get_property``, but return the property value as Boolean.
- Returns a boolean on success, or ``def, error`` on error.
+ Returns a Boolean on success, or ``def, error`` on error.
``mp.get_property_number(name [,def])``
Similar to ``mp.get_property``, but return the property value as number.
@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
``mp.get_property_native(name [,def])``
Similar to ``mp.get_property``, but return the property value using the best
- Lua type for the property. Most time, this will return a string, boolean,
+ Lua type for the property. Most time, this will return a string, Boolean,
or number. Some properties (for example ``chapter-list``) are returned as
tables.
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
``mp.set_property_bool(name, value)``
Similar to ``mp.set_property``, but set the given property to the given
- boolean value.
+ Boolean value.
``mp.set_property_number(name, value)``
Similar to ``mp.set_property``, but set the given property to the given
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
(e.g. ``ctrl+a``).
After calling this function, key presses will cause the function ``fn`` to
- be called (unless the user overmapped the key with another binding).
+ be called (unless the user remapped the key with another binding).
The ``name`` argument should be a short symbolic string. It allows the user
to remap the key binding via input.conf using the ``script_message``
@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
This will print the message when the key ``y`` is pressed. (``x`` will
- still work, unless the user overmaps it.)
+ still work, unless the user remaps it.)
You can also explicitly send a message to a named script only. Assume the
above script was using the filename ``fooscript.lua``:
@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ The ``mp`` module is preloaded, although it can be loaded manually with
``oneshot`` (RW)
Whether the timer is periodic (``false``) or fires just once
(``true``). This value is used when the timer expires (but before
- the timer calback function fn is run).
+ the timer callback function fn is run).
``mp.get_opt(key)``
@@ -377,7 +377,7 @@ are useful only in special situations.
control what the Lua script does (instead of being called by the default
event loop), you can set the global variable ``mp_event_loop`` to your
own function running the event loop. From your event loop, you should call
- ``mp.dispatch_events()`` to unqueue and dispatch mpv events.
+ ``mp.dispatch_events()`` to dequeue and dispatch mpv events.
If the ``allow_wait`` parameter is set to ``true``, the function will block
until the next event is received or the next timer expires. Otherwise (and
diff --git a/DOCS/man/mpv.rst b/DOCS/man/mpv.rst
index 80bda7644a..c04f55832a 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/mpv.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/mpv.rst
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ corresponding adjustment, or the software equalizer (``--vf=eq``).)
7 and 8
Adjust saturation.
-(The following keys are valid only on OSX.)
+(The following keys are valid only on OS X.)
command + 0
Resize video window to half its original size.
@@ -419,8 +419,8 @@ PROTOCOLS
Play a path from Samba share.
``bd://[title][/device]`` ``--bluray-device=PATH``
- Play a Blu-Ray disc. Currently, this does not accept iso files. Instead,
- you must mount the iso file as filesystem, and point ``--bluray-device``
+ Play a Blu-Ray disc. Currently, this does not accept ISO files. Instead,
+ you must mount the ISO file as filesystem, and point ``--bluray-device``
to the mounted directly.
``bdnav://[title][/device]``
@@ -672,7 +672,7 @@ Play only chapters 5, 6, 7:
Play only titles 5, 6, 7:
``mpv dvd://5-7``
-Play a multiangle DVD:
+Play a multi-angle DVD:
``mpv dvd://1 --dvd-angle=2``
Play from a different DVD device:
diff --git a/DOCS/man/options.rst b/DOCS/man/options.rst
index d2b062109c..1afaad7e84 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/options.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/options.rst
@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ Playback Control
``--load-unsafe-playlists``
Load URLs from playlists which are considered unsafe (default: no). This
includes special protocols and anything that doesn't refer to normal files.
- Local files and http links on the other hand are always considered safe.
+ Local files and HTTP links on the other hand are always considered safe.
Note that ``--playlist`` always loads all entries, so you use that instead
if you really have the need for this functionality.
@@ -237,8 +237,8 @@ Playback Control
Without ``--hr-seek``, skipping will snap to keyframes.
-Program Behaviour
------------------
+Program Behavior
+----------------
``--help``
Show short summary of options.
@@ -324,7 +324,7 @@ Program Behaviour
``--merge-files``
Pretend that all files passed to mpv are concatenated into a single, big
file. This uses timeline/EDL support internally. Note that this won't work
- for ordered chapter files or quvi-resolved URLs (such as youtube links).
+ for ordered chapter files or quvi-resolved URLs (such as YouTube links).
This option is interpreted at program start, and doesn't affect for
example files or playlists loaded with the ``loadfile`` or ``loadlist``
@@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ Video
.. note::
``--vo=vdpau`` (also the default VO) always has the ``vo`` framedrop
- mode enabled. It doesn't increment the ``D:`` field in the statusline
+ mode enabled. It doesn't increment the ``D:`` field in the status line
either.
``--display-fps=<fps>``
@@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ Video
:vdpau: requires ``--vo=vdpau`` or ``--vo=opengl`` (Linux only)
:vaapi: requires ``--vo=opengl`` or ``--vo=vaapi`` (Linux with Intel GPUs only)
:vaapi-copy: copies video back into system RAM (Linux with Intel GPUs only)
- :vda: requires ``--vo=opengl`` or ``--vo=corevideo`` (OSX only)
+ :vda: requires ``--vo=opengl`` or ``--vo=corevideo`` (OS X only)
``auto`` tries to automatically enable hardware decoding using the first
available method. This still depends what VO you are using. For example,
@@ -788,7 +788,7 @@ Audio
.. admonition:: Examples
``--ad=lavc:mp3float``
- Prefer the FFmpeg/Libav ``mp3float`` decoder over all other mp3
+ Prefer the FFmpeg/Libav ``mp3float`` decoder over all other MP3
decoders.
``--ad=spdif:ac3,lavc:*``
@@ -859,12 +859,12 @@ Audio
welcome. A full list of AVOptions can be found in the FFmpeg manual.
``--ad-spdif-dtshd=<yes|no>``, ``--dtshd``, ``--no-dtshd``
- When using DTS passthrough, output any DTS-HD track as-is.
+ When using DTS pass-through, output any DTS-HD track as-is.
With ``ad-spdif-dtshd=no`` (the default), only the DTS Core parts will be
output.
DTS-HD tracks can be sent over HDMI but not over the original
- coax/toslink S/PDIF system.
+ coax/TOSLINK S/PDIF system.
Some receivers don't accept DTS core-only when ``--ad-spdif-dtshd=yes`` is
used, even though they accept DTS-HD.
@@ -983,7 +983,7 @@ Audio
(default: 3).
``--audiodrop``
- If video is by more than 500ms behind, insert 500ms of silence, to make up
+ If video is by more than 500 ms behind, insert 500 ms of silence, to make up
for audio getting ahead. Might help if video decoding is too slow beyond
help.
@@ -1179,7 +1179,7 @@ Subtitles
``--ass-vsfilter-color-compat=<basic|full|force-601|no>``
Mangle colors like (xy-)vsfilter do (default: basic). Historically, VSFilter
- was not colorspace aware. This was no problem as long as the colorspace
+ was not color space aware. This was no problem as long as the color space
used for SD video (BT.601) was used. But when everything switched to HD
(BT.709), VSFilter was still converting RGB colors to BT.601, rendered
them into the video frame, and handled the frame to the video output, which
@@ -1189,16 +1189,16 @@ Subtitles
:basic: Handle only BT.601->BT.709 mangling, if the subtitles seem to
indicate that this is required (default).
- :full: Handle the full ``YCbCr Matrix`` header with all video colorspaces
+ :full: Handle the full ``YCbCr Matrix`` header with all video color spaces
supported by libass and mpv. This might lead to bad breakages in
corner cases and is not strictly needed for compatibility
(hopefully), which is why this is not default.
:force-601: Force BT.601->BT.709 mangling, regardless of subtitle headers
- or video colorspace.
+ or video color space.
:no: Disable color mangling completely. All colors are RGB.
Choosing anything other than ``no`` will make the subtitle color depend on
- the video colorspace, and it's for example in theory not possible to reuse
+ the video color space, and it's for example in theory not possible to reuse
a subtitle script with another video file. The ``--ass-style-override``
option doesn't affect how this option is interpreted.
@@ -1220,7 +1220,7 @@ Subtitles
Many studios tend to use bitmap fonts designed for square pixels when
authoring DVDs, causing the fonts to look stretched on playback on DVD
players. This option fixes them, however at the price of possibly
- misaligning sume subtitles (e.g. sign translations).
+ misaligning some subtitles (e.g. sign translations).
Disabled by default.
@@ -1327,7 +1327,7 @@ Subtitles
Also see ``--sub-speed`` option.
``--sub-gauss=<0.0-3.0>``
- Apply gaussian blur to image subtitles (default: 0). This can help making
+ Apply Gaussian blur to image subtitles (default: 0). This can help making
pixelated DVD/Vobsubs look nicer. A value other than 0 also switches to
software subtitle scaling. Might be slow.
@@ -1407,7 +1407,7 @@ Window
``--fs-screen=<all|current|0-32>``
In multi-monitor configurations (i.e. a single desktop that spans across
multiple displays), this option tells mpv which screen to go fullscreen to.
- If ``default`` is provided mpv will fallback on using the behaviour
+ If ``default`` is provided mpv will fallback on using the behavior
depending on what the user provided with the ``screen`` option.
.. admonition:: Note (X11)
@@ -1417,7 +1417,7 @@ Window
.. admonition:: Note (OS X)
- ``all`` does not work on OSX and will behave like ``current``.
+ ``all`` does not work on OS X and will behave like ``current``.
See also ``--screen``.
@@ -1479,7 +1479,7 @@ Window
.. admonition: Note (OS X)
- On Mac OSX the origin of the screen coordinate system is located on the
+ On Mac OS X the origin of the screen coordinate system is located on the
bottom-left corner. For instance, ``0:0`` will place the window at the
bottom-left of the screen.
@@ -1856,7 +1856,7 @@ Equalizer
such as PC monitors use full range color levels. However, some TVs and
video monitors expect studio RGB levels. Providing full range output to a
device expecting studio level input results in crushed blacks and whites,
- the reverse in dim grey blacks and dim whites.
+ the reverse in dim gray blacks and dim whites.
The same limitations as with ``--colormatrix`` apply.
@@ -1992,7 +1992,7 @@ Demuxer
Sample format for ``--demuxer=rawaudio`` (default: s16le).
``--demuxer-rawaudio-rate=<value>``
- Sample rate for ``--demuxer=rawaudio`` (default: 44KHz).
+ Sample rate for ``--demuxer=rawaudio`` (default: 44 kHz).
``--demuxer-rawvideo-fps=<value>``
Rate in frames per second for ``--demuxer=rawvideo`` (default: 25.0).
@@ -2008,11 +2008,11 @@ Demuxer
--demuxer-rawvideo=w=720:h=576
``--demuxer-rawvideo-format=<value>``
- Colorspace (fourcc) in hex or string for ``--demuxer=rawvideo``
+ Color space (fourcc) in hex or string for ``--demuxer=rawvideo``
(default: ``YV12``).
``--demuxer-rawvideo-mp-format=<value>``
- Colorspace by internal video format for ``--demuxer=rawvideo``. Use
+ Color space by internal video format for ``--demuxer=rawvideo``. Use
``--demuxer-rawvideo-mp-format=help`` for a list of possible formats.
``--demuxer-rawvideo-codec=<value>``
@@ -2074,7 +2074,7 @@ Input
``~/.config/mpv/input.conf``.
``--no-input-default-bindings``
- Disable mpv default (builtin) key bindings.
+ Disable mpv default (built-in) key bindings.
``--input-cmdlist``
Prints all commands that can be bound to keys.
@@ -2140,7 +2140,7 @@ Input
Specifies a configuration file for LIRC (default: ``~/.lircrc``).
``--input-media-keys``, ``--no-input-media-keys``
- OSX only: Enabled by default. Enables/disable media keys support.
+ OS X only: Enabled by default. Enables/disable media keys support.
``--input-right-alt-gr``, ``--no-input-right-alt-gr``
(Cocoa and Windows only)
@@ -2290,7 +2290,7 @@ OSD
Default: 10.
``--osd-scale=<factor>``
- OSD font size multiplicator, multiplied with ``--osd-font-size`` value.
+ OSD font size multiplier, multiplied with ``--osd-font-size`` value.
``--osd-scale-by-window=yes|no``
Whether to scale the OSD with the window size (default: yes). If this is
@@ -2334,7 +2334,7 @@ Screenshot
``--screenshot-template=<template>``
Specify the filename template used to save screenshots. The template
specifies the filename without file extension, and can contain format
- specifiers, which will be substituted when taking a screeshot.
+ specifiers, which will be substituted when taking a screenshot.
By default the template is ``shot%n``, which results in filenames like
``shot0012.png`` for example.
@@ -2447,10 +2447,10 @@ Software Scaler
Default: ``bicubic``.
``--sws-lgb=<0-100>``
- Software scaler gaussian blur filter (luma). See ``--sws-scaler``.
+ Software scaler Gaussian blur filter (luma). See ``--sws-scaler``.
``--sws-cgb=<0-100>``
- Software scaler gaussian blur filter (chroma). See ``--sws-scaler``.
+ Software scaler Gaussian blur filter (chroma). See ``--sws-scaler``.
``--sws-ls=<-100-100>``
Software scaler sharpen filter (luma). See ``--sws-scaler``.
@@ -2529,7 +2529,7 @@ Terminal
``--term-osd-bar-chars=<string>``
Customize the ``--term-osd-bar`` feature. The string is expected to
consist of 5 characters (start, left space, position indicator,
- right space, end). You can use unicode characters, but note that double-
+ right space, end). You can use Unicode characters, but note that double-
width characters will not be treated correctly.
Default: ``[-+-]``.
@@ -2746,7 +2746,7 @@ Cache
May be useful when playing files from slow media, but can also have
negative effects, especially with file formats that require a lot of
- seeking, such as mp4.
+ seeking, such as MP4.
Note that half the cache size will be used to allow fast seeking back. This
is also the reason why a full cache is usually reported as 50% full. The
@@ -2769,7 +2769,7 @@ Cache
filled to this position rather than performing a stream seek (default:
500).
- This matters for small forward seeks. With slow streams (especially http
+ This matters for small forward seeks. With slow streams (especially HTTP
streams) there is a tradeoff between skipping the data between current
position and seek destination, or performing an actual seek. Depending
on the situation, either of these might be slower than the other method.
@@ -2873,11 +2873,11 @@ Network
``--tls-ca-file=<filename>``
Certificate authority database file for use with TLS. (Silently fails with
- older ffmpeg or libav versions.)
+ older FFmpeg or Libav versions.)
``--tls-verify``
Verify peer certificates when using TLS (e.g. with ``https://...``).
- (Silently fails with older ffmpeg or libav versions.)
+ (Silently fails with older FFmpeg or Libav versions.)
``--referrer=<string>``
Specify a referrer path or URL for HTTP requests.
@@ -2945,8 +2945,8 @@ PVR
``--pvr-vmode=<value>``
Specify video encoding mode:
- :vbr: Variable BitRate (default)
- :cbr: Constant BitRate
+ :vbr: Variable Bit Rate (default)
+ :cbr: Constant Bit Rate
``--pvr-vpeak=<value>``
Specify peak video bitrate encoding in Mbps (only useful for VBR
diff --git a/DOCS/man/osc.rst b/DOCS/man/osc.rst
index 2df6ff6feb..d1453f9d0c 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/osc.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/osc.rst
@@ -122,11 +122,11 @@ time remaining
left-click toggle between total and remaining time
============= ================================================
-Keybindings
-~~~~~~~~~~~
+Key Bindings
+~~~~~~~~~~~~
-These keybindings are active by default if nothing else is already bound to
-these keys. In case of collosision, the function needs to be bound to a
+These key bindings are active by default if nothing else is already bound to
+these keys. In case of collision, the function needs to be bound to a
different key. See `Script Commands`_ section.
============= ================================================
diff --git a/DOCS/man/vf.rst b/DOCS/man/vf.rst
index 8adf396068..f73f4b963d 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/vf.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/vf.rst
@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ Available filters are:
``scale[=w:h:param:param2:chr-drop:noup:arnd``
Scales the image with the software scaler (slow) and performs a YUV<->RGB
- colorspace conversion (see also ``--sws``).
+ color space conversion (see also ``--sws``).
All parameters are optional.
@@ -120,9 +120,9 @@ Available filters are:
0.33:0.33 Mitchell-Netravali spline
1.00:0.00 cubic B-spline
- --sws=7 (gaussian): sharpness (0 (soft) - 100 (sharp))
+ --sws=7 (Gaussian): sharpness (0 (soft) - 100 (sharp))
- --sws=9 (lanczos): filter length (1-10)
+ --sws=9 (Lanczos): filter length (1-10)
``<chr-drop>``
chroma skipping
@@ -222,8 +222,8 @@ Available filters are:
====================== =====================
``noformat[=fmt]``
- Restricts the colorspace for the next filter without doing any conversion.
- Unlike the format filter, this will allow any colorspace except the one
+ Restricts the color space for the next filter without doing any conversion.
+ Unlike the format filter, this will allow any color space except the one
you specify.
.. note:: For a list of available formats, see ``noformat=fmt=help``.
@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ Available filters are:
Format name, e.g. rgb15, bgr24, 420p, etc. (default: 420p).
``pp[=[filter1[:option1[:option2...]]/[-]filter2...]]``
- Enables the specified chain of postprocessing subfilters. Subfilters must
+ Enables the specified chain of post-processing subfilters. Subfilters must
be separated by '/' and can be disabled by prepending a '-'. Each
subfilter and some options have a short and a long name that can be used
interchangeably, i.e. ``dr``/``dering`` are the same. All subfilters share
@@ -336,7 +336,7 @@ Available filters are:
filtering every second line with a (-1 4 2 4 -1) filter.
``l5/lowpass5``
- Vertically applied FIR lowpass deinterlacing filter that deinterlaces
+ Vertically applied FIR low-pass deinterlacing filter that deinterlaces
the given block by filtering all lines with a (-1 2 6 2 -1) filter.
``fq/forceQuant[:quantizer]``
@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ Available filters are:
.. note::
- This filter is only available if FFmpeg/libav has been compiled
+ This filter is only available if FFmpeg/Libav has been compiled
with libpostproc enabled.
.. admonition:: Examples
@@ -443,7 +443,7 @@ Available filters are:
temporal noise (noise pattern changes between frames)
``uniform``
- uniform noise (gaussian otherwise)
+ uniform noise (Gaussian otherwise)
``hq``
high quality (slightly better looking, slightly slower) - not available
@@ -503,7 +503,7 @@ Available filters are:
:1: linear interpolation (default)
``unsharp[=lx:ly:la:cx:cy:ca]``
- unsharp mask / gaussian blur
+ unsharp mask / Gaussian blur
``l`` is for the luma component, ``c`` for the chroma component. ``x``/``y``
is the filter size. ``a`` is the amount.
@@ -769,8 +769,8 @@ Available filters are:
anaglyph red/cyan color (red filter on left eye, cyan filter on
right eye)
``arcd`` or ``anaglyph_red_cyan_dubois``
- anaglyph red/cyan color optimized with the least squares
- projection of dubois (red filter on left eye, cyan filter on right
+ anaglyph red/cyan color optimized with the least-squares
+ projection of Dubois (red filter on left eye, cyan filter on right
eye)
``agmg`` or ``anaglyph_green_magenta_gray``
anaglyph green/magenta gray (green filter on left eye, magenta
@@ -803,7 +803,7 @@ Available filters are:
``gradfun[=strength[:radius|:size=<size>]]``
Fix the banding artifacts that are sometimes introduced into nearly flat
- regions by truncation to 8bit color depth. Interpolates the gradients that
+ regions by truncation to 8-bit color depth. Interpolates the gradients that
should go where the bands are, and dithers them.
``<strength>``
diff --git a/DOCS/man/vo.rst b/DOCS/man/vo.rst
index 13e6e587ee..184aac4dad 100644
--- a/DOCS/man/vo.rst
+++ b/DOCS/man/vo.rst
@@ -38,36 +38,36 @@ Available video output drivers are:
.. note:: This driver is for compatibility with old systems.
``adaptor=<number>``
- Select a specific XVideo adaptor (check xvinfo results).
+ Select a specific XVideo adapter (check xvinfo results).
``port=<number>``
Select a specific XVideo port.
``ck=<cur|use|set>``
- Select the source from which the colorkey is taken (default: cur).
+ Select the source from which the color key is taken (default: cur).
cur
- The default takes the colorkey currently set in Xv.
+ The default takes the color key currently set in Xv.
use
- Use but do not set the colorkey from mpv (use the ``--colorkey``
+ Use but do not set the color key from mpv (use the ``--colorkey``
option to change it).
set
- Same as use but also sets the supplied colorkey.
+ Same as use but also sets the supplied color key.
``ck-method=<man|bg|auto>``
- Sets the colorkey drawing method (default: man).
+ Sets the color key drawing method (default: man).
man
- Draw the colorkey manually (reduces flicker in some cases).
+ Draw the color key manually (reduces flicker in some cases).
bg
- Set the colorkey as window background.
+ Set the color key as window background.
auto
- Let Xv draw the colorkey.
+ Let Xv draw the color key.
``colorkey=<number>``
- Changes the colorkey to an RGB value of your choice. ``0x000000`` is
+ Changes the color key to an RGB value of your choice. ``0x000000`` is
black and ``0xffffff`` is white.
``no-colorkey``
- Disables colorkeying.
+ Disables color-keying.
``x11`` (X11 only)
Shared memory video output driver without hardware acceleration that works
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
.. note::
Earlier versions of mpv (and MPlayer, mplayer2) provided sub-options
- to tune vdpau postprocessing, like ``deint``, ``sharpen``, ``denoise``,
+ to tune vdpau post-processing, like ``deint``, ``sharpen``, ``denoise``,
``chroma-deint``, ``pullup``, ``hqscaling``. These sub-options are
deprecated, and you should use the ``vdpaupp`` video filter instead.
@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
to a YUV format before the VO. Sometimes useful to force availability
of certain YUV-only features, like video equalizer or deinterlacing.
- Using the VDPAU frame queueing functionality controlled by the queuetime
+ Using the VDPAU frame queuing functionality controlled by the queuetime
options makes mpv's frame flip timing less sensitive to system CPU load and
allows mpv to start decoding the next frame(s) slightly earlier, which can
reduce jitter caused by individual slow-to-decode frames. However, the
@@ -282,7 +282,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
Hardware decoding over OpenGL-interop is supported to some degree. Note
that in this mode, some corner case might not be gracefully handled, and
- colorspace conversion and chroma upsampling is generally in the hand of
+ color space conversion and chroma upsampling is generally in the hand of
the hardware decoder APIs.
``lscale=<filter>``
@@ -370,7 +370,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
green-magenta
Convert side by side input to full-color green-magenta stereo.
quadbuffer
- Convert side by side input to quadbuffered stereo. Only supported
+ Convert side by side input to quad buffered stereo. Only supported
by very few OpenGL cards.
``srgb``
@@ -487,7 +487,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
auto
auto-select (default)
cocoa
- Cocoa/OSX
+ Cocoa/OS X
win
Win32/WGL
x11
@@ -514,7 +514,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
``gamma=<0.0..10.0>``
Set a gamma value. If gamma is adjusted in other ways (like with
- the ``--gamma`` option or keybindings and the ``gamma`` property), the
+ the ``--gamma`` option or key bindings and the ``gamma`` property), the
value is multiplied with the other gamma value.
Setting this value to 1.0 can be used to always enable gamma control.
@@ -522,7 +522,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
``icc-profile=<file>``
Load an ICC profile and use it to transform linear RGB to screen output.
- Needs LittleCMS2 support compiled in. This option overrides the ``srgb``
+ Needs LittleCMS 2 support compiled in. This option overrides the ``srgb``
property, as using both is somewhat redundant. It also enables linear
light scaling.
@@ -535,12 +535,12 @@ Available video output drivers are:
``icc-cache=<file>``
Store and load the 3D LUT created from the ICC profile in this file.
- This can be used to speed up loading, since LittleCMS2 can take a while
+ This can be used to speed up loading, since LittleCMS 2 can take a while
to create the 3D LUT. Note that this file contains an uncompressed LUT.
Its size depends on the ``3dlut-size``, and can be very big.
``icc-intent=<value>``
- Specifies the ICC Intent used for transformations between colorspaces.
+ Specifies the ICC Intent used for transformations between color spaces.
This affects the rendering when using ``icc-profile`` or ``srgb`` and
also affects the way DCP XYZ content gets converted to RGB.
@@ -606,7 +606,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
can achieve better quality or performance by changing the ``fbo-format``
suboption to ``rgb16f``, ``rgb32f`` or ``rgb``. Known problems include
Mesa/Intel not accepting ``rgb16``, Mesa sometimes not being compiled with
- float texture support, and some OSX setups being very slow with ``rgb16``
+ float texture support, and some OS X setups being very slow with ``rgb16``
but fast with ``rgb32f``.
``opengl-old``
@@ -741,7 +741,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
2
Convert side by side input to full-color green-magenta stereo.
3
- Convert side by side input to quadbuffered stereo. Only supported
+ Convert side by side input to quad buffered stereo. Only supported
by very few OpenGL cards.
The following options are only useful if writing your own fragment programs.
@@ -783,7 +783,7 @@ Available video output drivers are:
auto
auto-select (default)
cocoa
- Cocoa/OSX
+ Cocoa/OS X
win
Win32/WGL
x11