My problem is when I set XWinWrap to play a video for my desktop in the startup applications, when I first log in it covers the taskbar as well, the launcher is inaccessible as well. I can use super key to start a program and all is well after that, but I am wondering if there is a way to set XWinWrap to where it does not do this at all.
This page that contains information about how to use XWinWrap.
Command line that I use in startup applications:
xwinwrap -ni -o 0.6 -fs -s -st -sp -b -nf -- mplayer -wid WID -nosound /path/to/video/file.mp4
or even if you just have another method to play videos as your desktop background that works more efficiently than this one, I am not stuck on absolutely having to use this particular method, so long as the end result is the same.