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You can set this option in one f the mplayer option files, this will then be the default behaviour. For system wide change /etc/mplayer/mpplayer.conf of just for that user create ~/.mplayer/mplayer.conf and put it in there. Adding this to ~/.mplayer/mplayer.conf works: msglevel=all=0
You could edit the /usr/share/applications/mplayer.desktop file to adujst the way the gmplayer command is called from the menu. Be sure to use dpkg-divert to make this change consistent locally: $ sudo dpkg-divert /usr/share/applications/mplayer.desktop This will tell dpkg to keep your modified version of the file in future package upgrades.
I was able to restore a broken avi index using this $ mencoder -forceidx input.avi -o output.avi -oac copy -ovc copy Source: http://compbrain.net/archives/18 However, the file was playable in VLC before. After repairing the index, VLC's warning just disappeared.
I am not totally sure how to complish this. other than writing a script that calls your executable with flags. But I know that in Eclipse that there is a eclipse.ini file in the same directory as the excutable that allows you to pass flags. Maybe looking into that you can write a similar file for gmplayer I hope this helps. :)
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