Re: [vdr] xine-lib.cvs Compile stop errors

2006-08-02 Thread Stone
There is a fixed patchset here:URL: http://www.youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk/patches/vdr-xine/Darren, should all of these patches in your vdr-xine directory be applied to current xine development? Thanks for the patches. BR. ___ vdr mailing list

Re: [vdr] ff as budget?

2006-08-31 Thread Stone
On 8/30/06, Leo Márquez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi,I'm setting my vdr server. Until now I had a vdr box with one fullfeatured dvb-s card (nexus-s).In my server I don't need any vdr output. Now my new server have this ffcard but I think I have to say to vdr that this card acts as budget. I don't

Re: [vdr] 451 Grab image failed v4l problem?

2006-09-12 Thread Stone
On 9/12/06, Leo Márquez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi again,I have installed the last mercurial v4l version and the grab commandstill not working.Anyone knows what could be the problem?Did you specify enabling the grab function in your vdr startup command? For example: OPTIONS=-l 3 --grab=/tmpBR.

Re: [vdr] vdr-1.4.3-2.diff compile problem

2006-10-15 Thread Stone
On 10/15/06, V Live [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Upon patching vdr-1.4.3-2.diff to vdr-1.4.3-1 I first had to manually patch the vdr.c part of the patch; it did not patch cleanly. Also it would not compile unless I added an } on the very last line of vdr.c file. I didnt have any problems. I

Re: [vdr] How to avoid cAudioRepacker messages ?

2006-10-15 Thread Stone
On 10/15/06, Gregoire Favre [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello,sometimes I got cAudioRepacker messages with xxx bytes while syncing onnext audio frame and I would like to know if I could do something inorder to solve this problem ?You can disable the audio and video Repackers (although I dont know if

[vdr] Enigma-0.4pre9 extension patch available?

2007-01-26 Thread Stone
Hi, I just noticed a new version of the Enigma skin available and wanted to try it out. But, when I downloaded the required extension patch for the text2skin plugin, it turned out to be an older version of text2skin that was prepatched for Enigma. I was hoping the Enigma extension patch would

Re: [vdr] to record or not

2007-02-02 Thread Stone
On 2/2/07, martin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You should have a look at the BigPatch. It has some switch timer included. It sounds like we can just extract this feature out of the BigPatch. Has anyone tried that? The entire BigPatch sounds a little scary, but I too would like to try the one

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDRAdmin-AM v3.5.3

2007-02-13 Thread Stone
On 1/26/07, Christian Wieninger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stone wrote: Is epgsearch 0.9.20 available or is there an intermediary patch for 0.9.19? sorry, not yet. I hope to release it within the next days. Thanks for the updates. Has anyone noticed that the timeline page in vdradmin does

[vdr] xine-lib patch help

2007-02-28 Thread Stone
Hi, I was trying to apply the latest xine patches (that come with xine-0.7.10) to cvs of xine-lib and I have hit a problem. The patch is looking for this line to replace: -dsputil_mmx.o dsputil_mmx.lo: CFLAGS=`echo @CFLAGS@ | sed -e 's/-funroll-loops//g; s/-O[0-9]/-Os/g'` +dsputil_mmx.o

[vdr] playing mp3's over smb (lockup)

2007-03-01 Thread Stone
I have noticed that when I mount a samba drive on my vdr box and play mp3's with vdr from it, vdr will often lockup and require a restart. But, the strange thing about this is that this only happens when using the mpeg decoder on the FF card. If I use vdr-xine as the playback method with my FF

Re: [vdr] xine-lib patch help

2007-03-01 Thread Stone
Yes. Thanks. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] playing mp3's over smb (lockup)

2007-03-02 Thread Stone
On 3/1/07, Stefan Huelswitt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 02 Mar 2007 Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have noticed that when I mount a samba drive on my vdr box and play mp3's with vdr from it, vdr will often lockup and require a restart. But, the strange thing about this is that this only

Re: [vdr] playing mp3's over smb (lockup)

2007-03-02 Thread Stone
On 3/2/07, Halim Sahin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Stefan, On Fr, Mär 02, 2007 at 07:56:14 +, Stefan Huelswitt wrote: On 02 Mar 2007 Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have noticed that when I mount a samba drive on my vdr box and play mp3's with vdr from it, vdr will often lockup

[vdr] updated slavemode patch for mplayer plugin

2007-03-03 Thread Stone
After building the latest SVN today of the mplayer source, I noticed that the slavemode patch from the vdr-mp3-plugin did not apply anymore. Here is an attached working version of the patch for current SVN of mplayer. Best Regards. mplayer-1.0cvs-slavemode-20070302.1.diff Description: Binary

Re: [vdr] Handling of temporarily encrypted channels

2007-03-05 Thread Stone
Is there an easy way to fix this? Edit the file dvbdevice.c, insert a line return true; at the beginning of the method cDvbDevice::ProvidesCa. With this modification you can tune to encoded channels, however you'll never see a channel not available, you'll just see a black screen. This, btw,

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR version 1.4.6 released

2007-03-06 Thread Stone
On 3/3/07, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: VDR version 1.4.6 is now available at Should the APIVERSION be incremented to 1.4.6? Best Regards. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

[vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-12 Thread Stone
Hi, In all the prevous versions of VDR, I have had to patch the FRAMESPERSECOND and change the rest of the hardcoded PAL values in VDR for my NTSC television. Is making this an option in VDR on the TODO list? Best Regards. ___ vdr mailing list

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-13 Thread Stone
I never had to patch my VDR to make it play NTSC properly. Have you ever tried the videosystem plugin? I have been using it for quite some time and it always worked flawlessly. It can be found here: http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=43516 VDR will play video fine w/o

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-13 Thread Stone
For VDR 1.4.4 You need a patch to make it compile without errors. This one can be found here: http://www.linuxtv.org/pipermail/vdr/2006-December/011336.html Simply save the: vdr-videosystem-0.0.1-uint64-0001.bin. Let us know how if it worked and how well. It seems this plugin assumes I am

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-13 Thread Stone
On 3/13/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stone wrote: It seems this plugin assumes I am currently using PAL. The plugin takes the OSD-Settings from VDR as PAL-settings and calculates the corresponding NTSC-settings. But, my television does not do both PAL and NTSC, so

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-13 Thread Stone
This makes absolutely no sense to me. Why don't you simply grab a plain VDR 1.4.6 without any patches and try the plugin out? It only takes 3-4 minutes to set it up and you'll see whether or not it will work correctly. Using the plugin was only a suggestion for the time being. I thought you

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-13 Thread Stone
On 3/13/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think I'll stick to what I said earlier in that support for NTSC should really be a core feature of VDR. I have no interest in running a plugin like this and would rather just stick to patching VDR if Klaus doesn't intend to address this issue.

Re: [vdr] TV Standards option for vdr-1.5.x

2007-03-14 Thread Stone
You may want to try the attached patch. It determines FramesPerSec by having a look at the first picture of the recording and falls back to the FRAMESPERSEC macro otherwise. The current implementation requires that the recording was taken with cVideoRepacker enabled. Furthermore it must be

Re: [vdr] [PATCH] limit streamdev client's ringbuffer timeouts to more sane values

2007-04-05 Thread Stone
On 4/5/07, Artur Skawina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, the streamdev-client reads data from a ringbuffer and when there isn't anything to read it tries to sleep for 1us and loops. This wasn't a problem when the timer resolution was in the 1000..1us range (1000..100Hz); the usleep(1) call

Re: [vdr] [PATCH] limit streamdev client's ringbuffer timeouts to more sane values

2007-04-06 Thread Stone
sure, just changing it to 'usleep(1)' works too. Is there a reason to avoid the ringbuffer infrastructure? No reason in particular, I just wanted to test which one worked best with performance. Thanks for the patch. :) ___ vdr mailing list

Re: [vdr] [PATCH] limit streamdev client's ringbuffer timeouts to more sane values

2007-04-06 Thread Stone
I tried the 1us - (1000|1)us sleep approach first, before using the ringbuffer timeouts -- saw no noticeable difference wrt performance. 10ms timeouts seemed to be enough (it's the resolution of a HZ==100 kernel) and gave similar interrupt and cs numbers as w/ low-res timers. Is this

Re: [vdr] [PATCH] limit streamdev client's ringbuffer timeouts to more sane values

2007-04-07 Thread Stone
Is this patch for streamdev a direct result from selecting the new Tickless System (Dynamic Ticks) option in kernel 2.6.21? If yes, then CONFIG_HIGH_RES_TIMERS High Resolution Timer Support. Whether NO_HZ makes a difference I'm not sure, i ran into this w/ both options on. (launching nice

Re: [vdr] [PATCH] re-use devices in transfer mode

2007-04-21 Thread Stone
Anssi Hannula wrote: However, the usual use-already-tuned-devices check in GetDevice() only checks for device-Receiving(), which does not report transfer-moded device, resulting in the new receiver being started on second device, thus both devices being reserved for receiving data from the

Re: [vdr] [Announce] epgsearch-0.9.21

2007-05-01 Thread Stone
On 4/29/07, Christian Wieninger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, here's the next release of epgsearch. I have two user-defined EPG times setup, but when I enable favorites, only the second user-defined time is displayed after the favorites is displayed. Anyone notice that? Best Regards.

Re: [vdr] [Announce] epgsearch-0.9.21

2007-05-01 Thread Stone
By setup, one can add up to 4 additional times to extend the green button, e.g. 'afternoon', 'prime time', 'late night'. Times, that are already passed, are skipped (you will not get 'afternoon' at evening) with the exception that a time will be displayed for the next day, if it is less then

[vdr] backports from 1.4.6-1 to dev

2007-05-01 Thread Stone
Hi, Klaus, I wasnt sure if you were going to release another version of 1.5.x, so I just wanted to toss these out there for testing. The NIT fixes in vdr-1.4.6-1 are not attached to this mail because they have already been posted to the list. Best Regards --- vdr-1.5.2/dvbplayer.c.orig

Re: [vdr] backports from 1.4.6-1 to dev

2007-05-01 Thread Stone
I want to first implement something really new before releasing a new dev version. Now thats a teaser! Any hints? :) ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] Bug/SegFault in vdr-1.4.6

2007-05-16 Thread Stone
Very, very strange. The problem certainly exists using vdr-1.5.2, mplayer-nogui 1:1.0-rc1svn20070501-0.1, mp3/mplayer plugin version 0.9.15, and mplayer.sh version 0.8.7.. The problem has always existed here and I've used every version of all those starting nearly 4 years ago. Patrick's

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] Cut-a-Lot 0.0.3

2007-05-17 Thread Stone
On 5/17/07, Marius Heidenstecker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everybody, I'm pleased to announce version 0.0.3 of my cut-a-lot-plugin. I really like the idea behind this. Can you tell me what the recommended PTS threshhold should be for NTSC recordings? It seems like this will only work

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] Cut-a-Lot 0.0.3

2007-05-17 Thread Stone
If you take 30 frames per sec for NTSC-recordings, you will have 1 / 30 * 9 = 3000 PTS-ticks. So you should try 3005 for the PTS-threshold. Am I right, that you talk about the gap finder? Please let me know, if that threshold worked. Thank you. Yes, the gap finder is what I am

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] Cut-a-Lot 0.0.3

2007-05-17 Thread Stone
On 5/18/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you take 30 frames per sec for NTSC-recordings, you will have 1 / 30 * 9 = 3000 PTS-ticks. So you should try 3005 for the PTS-threshold. Am I right, that you talk about the gap finder? Please let me know, if that threshold worked

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR sync early patch

2007-05-26 Thread Stone
the motivation for this patch was to speed up zapping channels when using vdr-xine, i. e. to shorten the time from pressing the remote button till audio and video appear. FF card users may only see the effect of this patch when the FF card is running in transfer mode. Could this

[vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-06-06 Thread Stone
Hi, I am currently using VDR with a Nexus-S FF card in an NTSC environment. For a long time, I could never get the correct tv standard (NTSC) while trying to watch television via VDRAdmin. I recently noticed that once I stream VDR using VLC and its v4l interface, something in /dev/video0 gets

[vdr] VDRAdmin behind Apache2

2007-06-08 Thread Stone
Hi, I am using VDRAdmin 3.5.3 behind Apache2 over HTTPS. Everything seems to work fine, but when I try to edit a timer, I get an error stating method not allowed. Has anyone seen this problem? It does not happen if I use VDRAdmin from the localhost on the default port. Also, as of now,

Re: [vdr] VDRAdmin behind Apache2

2007-06-08 Thread Stone
I'm using apache2.2 as shipped with Debian/etch and have the following in my config: ProxyRequests Off Proxy * Order deny,allow Allow from all /Proxy ProxyPass / http://localhost:40404/ ProxyPassReverse / http://localhost:40404/ Thanks for the help. I just

Re: [vdr] updated text2skin for vdr-1.5.3 and enigma?

2007-06-11 Thread Stone
On 6/10/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am currently using vdr-text2skin-1.1-cvs_ext-0.10.tgz with Enigma-0.4pre9 from vdrportal. Is there an updated version of text2skin for vdr-1.5.3 (or perhaps even better, a patch against current text2skin cvs)? Answering my own question

[vdr] Plugin patches for vdr-1.5.3

2007-06-11 Thread Stone
Hi, Attached is a patch for vdr-1.5.3 and the timeline-1.0.141 plugin. Please let me know if this patch is incorrect. Also, I am currently looking for patches to fix epgsearch-0.9.22, tvonscreen-0.7.0, and liemikuutio. timeline-1.0.141-vdr-1.5.3.diff Description: Binary data

Re: [vdr] Plugin patches for vdr-1.5.3

2007-06-11 Thread Stone
On 6/12/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Attached is a patch for vdr-1.5.3 and the timeline-1.0.141 plugin. Please let me know if this patch is incorrect. Also, I am currently looking for patches to fix epgsearch-0.9.22, tvonscreen-0.7.0, and liemikuutio. Here is also a fix

Re: [vdr] VDR 1.5.3: UTF-8 vs. ExchangeChars()

2007-06-12 Thread Stone
On 6/12/07, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The function ExchangeChars() in VDR/recording.c converts characters that can't be used in file names on Windows to #XX, where XX is the hex code of the character. This was simple when VDR only worked with single byte character sets, but

Re: [vdr] VDR 1.5.3: UTF-8 vs. ExchangeChars()

2007-06-13 Thread Stone
On 6/13/07, Pertti Kosunen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Oleg Roitburd wrote: As maintainer of ArVDR ( VDR distribution for Russian user) I would say, that in 1.5 years as we use UTF-8 patch without VFAT part, I havn't heard any complaints about this issue. touch 'foo:bar' And dir in Windows

Re: [vdr] updated text2skin for vdr-1.5.3 and enigma?

2007-06-19 Thread Stone
On 6/19/07, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 06/19/07 06:53, Stone wrote: For vdr-1.5.4 (fix for removal of FONTDIR): Why patch VDR/font.[hc] and not just call cFont::CreateFont() which was introduced in version 1.5.4 for this? Thanks Klaus. I should have read the HISTORY

[vdr] changing default font

2007-06-21 Thread Stone
When I select a different default font for vdr to use (other than San Serif), and save it to setup.conf, vdr does not use the newly selected default font upon startup. It seems vdr keeps defaulting back to the original default font. Has anyone noticed this too? Best Regards.

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-06-29 Thread Stone
Basically there are two ways to select NTSC mode: - v4lctl setnorm NTSC - module parameter 'tv_standard' for dvb-ttpci modinfo dvb-ttpci: ... parmtype: tv_standard:int parm: tv_standard:TV standard: 0 PAL (default), 1 NTSC ... When tv_standard=1 is used, why does VDR still

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-06-30 Thread Stone
On 6/30/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: vdr: [7841] connect from 127.0.0.1, port 49972 - accepted vdr: [7841] grabbing to JPEG 70 384 288 Can I hardcode the default resolution from within VDR or the kernel driver? Best Regards. Does it work if you use the v4lctl method

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-06-30 Thread Stone
AFAIK: The TV-out connectors in the dvb-ttpci board output automatically NTSC if the stream is NTSC. They output automatically PAL when the stream is PAL. When there is no stream (channel switch or the like), they output PAL by default, or NTSC if the tv_standard kernel option is used to

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-07-01 Thread Stone
On 7/1/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately I don't have a patch to vdr to handle this but it's better then having to install X and all the other unnecessary packages... You can compile and use v4l2-ctl from the current mercurial v4l drivers located in the v4l-dvb/v4l2-apps/util

Re: [vdr] setting tv standard in /dev/video0

2007-07-01 Thread Stone
On 7/1/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/1/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately I don't have a patch to vdr to handle this but it's better then having to install X and all the other unnecessary packages... You can compile and use v4l2-ctl from the current mercurial

Re: [vdr] changing default font

2007-07-02 Thread Stone
I just explicitly tested this and after a restart VDR did use the selected font. So I'm afraid I can't reproduce what you are experiencing. I experienced the same bug! It seems related to the loaded plugins. Disabling these 3 Plugins for me cured the problem: cpumon pilotskin skinelchi

Re: [vdr] mplayer mode for nonstop play

2007-07-02 Thread Stone
On 7/2/07, Igor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello I have on my vdr-harddisc several video-files with video-clips. Is it possible to command to MPlayer-plugin to play these files without stop - one behind another (By turns) ? You might be able to make a playlist for mplayer, although I have

[vdr] cdfs patches for mp3 plugin

2007-07-10 Thread Stone
Hi, Today I tried to build the new 2.6.22 kernel but my external cdfs module (which is used by the mp3 plugin) failed to compile with the following: --snip-- /usr/src/modules/cdfs/2.6/root.c: In function 'cdfs_init': /usr/src/modules/cdfs/2.6/root.c:598: error: 'CLONE_FS' undeclared (first

Re: [vdr] no sound on output of TT-premium C-2300

2007-07-15 Thread Stone
On 7/15/07, Chris F [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone, I've got a problem setting up a vdr system. I installed Debian Etch with a vanilla 2.6.21 kernel and vdr using the e-tobi packages. I used the development firmware (f12623) and also tried the firmware from linuxtv.org Apart from the

Re: [vdr] New shutdown procedure not working as expected

2007-08-09 Thread Stone
On 8/9/07, Udo Richter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Petri Helin wrote: Udo Richter wrote: I *think* that these are kill signals received by the child process. Which is strange, as the child does an exit immediately. (Unless you're somewhere between 1.5.1 and 1.5.3 - this changed in 1.5.4)

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.5.7

2007-08-12 Thread Stone
On 8/12/07, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: VDR developer version 1.5.7 is now available at ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-1.5.7.tar.bz2 A 'diff' against the previous developer version is available at ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-1.5.6-1.5.7.diff

[vdr] Make.config options for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-12 Thread Stone
Hi, When I edit my Make.config and tell it to use CC=gcc-3.4 and CXX=g++-3.4, I get the following error: g++-3.4: : No such file or directory make: *** Deleting file `.dependencies' ccache g++-3.4 -g -O2 -Wall -Woverloaded-virtual -c -DREMOTE_KBD -DLIRC_DEVICE=\/dev/lircd\

Re: [vdr] Make.config options for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-12 Thread Stone
On 8/13/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, When I edit my Make.config and tell it to use CC=gcc-3.4 and CXX=g++-3.4, I get the following error: g++-3.4: : No such file or directory make: *** Deleting file `.dependencies' ccache g++- 3.4 -g -O2 -Wall -Woverloaded-virtual -c

[vdr] List of failed plugins for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-12 Thread Stone
Hello, As you all might have guessed, we have some more broken plugins (mainly due to the i18n changes and some from OSDLanguage being changed from an integer to a string). *** failed plugins: autotimeredit burn dvd epgsearch skinenigmang text2skin undelete Can anyone help resolve these? Best

Re: [vdr] List of failed plugins for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-13 Thread Stone
I must have had an older cvs link for the dvd plugin. The Dvd plugin works now, thanks. Epgsearch now also builds with beta 13, thanks. Out of the rest, there are only two more that I really care about to fix for testing: text2skin and undelete. Anyone have those patched up for the new i18n

Re: [vdr] List of failed plugins for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-13 Thread Stone
On 8/13/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I must have had an older cvs link for the dvd plugin. The Dvd plugin works now, thanks. Epgsearch now also builds with beta 13, thanks. Out of the rest, there are only two more that I really care about to fix for testing: text2skin and undelete

Re: [vdr] List of failed plugins for vdr-1.5.7

2007-08-13 Thread Stone
I think I have also fixed text2skin to atleast compile with vdr-1.5.7. The new gettext language still needs to be implemented, but I think text2skin should work with the previous i18n method. Please let me know if it works ok. Best Regars.

[vdr] vdr-1.5.9 plugin patches

2007-08-26 Thread Stone
It seems the new Level parameter in cOsd has caused xine and softdevice to fail in compile with vdr-1.5.9. Does anyone know how to fix these? Best Regards. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] vdr-1.5.9 plugin patches

2007-08-26 Thread Stone
On 8/27/07, Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It seems the new Level parameter in cOsd has caused xine and softdevice to fail in compile with vdr-1.5.9. Does anyone know how to fix these? This seems to build now with these changes. I didnt add backwards compatibility for 1.5.9 though

Re: [vdr] EPG charset

2007-09-01 Thread Stone
On 9/1/07, Boguslaw Juza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 1 Sep 2007, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: The character set is defined in the first byte(s) of the data that is broadcast for each string. VDR uses that information to convert that string to the character set used on your system.

Re: [vdr] EPG charset

2007-09-01 Thread Stone
On 9/1/07, Boguslaw Juza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 1 Sep 2007, Stone wrote: On 9/1/07, Boguslaw Juza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 1 Sep 2007, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: The character set is defined in the first byte(s) of the data that is broadcast for each string. VDR uses

[vdr] Prefermenu plugin ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas

2007-09-09 Thread Stone
Hello, I am using prefermenu-0.6.6 along with prefermenu-0.6.6-1.5.3.diff that was posted a while back on this list. When I try to use prefermenu with vdr-1.5.9, I get the following error: vdr: [4922] ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas returned 5 Would anyone know how to fix this? Thank you.

[vdr] vdr-pin-0.1.9 not locking menu

2007-09-10 Thread Stone
Hi, I decided to try the pin plugin (0.1.9) with vdr-1.5.9 today. I noticed that the patch that came with the pin plugin was only for vdr-1.4.x, but the merges seemed trivial and it appears to work fine. The plugin does seem to have a few minor problems. It appears that when I associate

Re: [vdr] Gentoo, vdr and extra plugins

2007-09-14 Thread Stone
On 9/14/07, JJussi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! Have anybody knowledge how I can bring/use vdr-pluging what don't exists at gentoo.. At other worlds, how I can install transfron (what uses transcode) vdr pluging because it don't exists at gentoo repository. OR, is there easy way to

Re: [vdr] Exist: windows media player that plays unaltered vdr files?

2007-09-16 Thread Stone
On 9/16/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9/16/07, Steffen Barszus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Torgeir Veimo schrieb: Subject says it all. It's just way too much work to transcode files if I want to send a clip to friends. VLC and mpui can do that. Also some direct show filter

Re: [vdr] Prefermenu plugin ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas

2007-09-22 Thread Stone
On 9/22/07, Udo Richter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stone wrote: vdr: [4922] ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas returned 5 This is oeWrongAlignment, and is returned if an OSD area has negative size, is outside of the screen, or does not byte-align. The latter is triggered if a 1-bit OSD has a width

Re: [vdr] Prefermenu plugin ERROR: cOsd::SetAreas

2007-09-23 Thread Stone
On 9/23/07, Thomas Günther [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stone wrote: You dont think it has something to do with the changes in vdr-1.5.9? Prefermenu uses the CreateOsd without the new Level attribute. No, this is not the problem but the now adjustable font size. The error occurs if the font

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-09-30 Thread Stone
Since the recording is scheduled, I would assume the user has room on the disk (so disk space usage is not really the problem). The only problem I can see is that you might get a blank recording if the signal goes out (and you think its recorded but its not). So, perhaps vdr should NOT do a

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-09-30 Thread Stone
On 9/30/07, JJussi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday, 30. Septemberta 2007 10:35:07 Stone wrote: Since the recording is scheduled, I would assume the user has room on the disk (so disk space usage is not really the problem). The only problem I can see is that you might get a blank

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-09-30 Thread Stone
On 9/30/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I like these ideas... NO SIGNAL image in recording during no signal. Or that if no signal then no writing to disk. And a warning in the log about a possible incomplete recording cuz of lost signal + identified in recordings menu by a special

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-10-03 Thread Stone
Maybe a solution for all the ideas in here ? Let vdr call a command and decide based on exit status ? This could be simply set to /bin/false for never restart or any sophisticated logic for everything else ? The main problem for me is that my reception is not that great. During bad

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-10-15 Thread Stone
On 10/9/07, VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was hoping some of these ideas would have made it into the next release. But, since it didnt, does anyone have a patch put together? Best Regards. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] AudioIndexer.patch for VDR-1.5.10 provides correct length for new radio recordings

2007-10-25 Thread Stone
When I apply this patch to vdr-1.5.10, VDR no longer starts. Could this new Audio Indexer patch be conflicting with the dynamc ringbuffer patch? Best Regards. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr