[vdr] channel number range limit?

2006-08-27 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I am using vdr1.3.44 and have a motor. I have been tring use the sat location number to group channels. I allow 3 digits after the sat number for channel numbers within that sat. So channels for sats at 127w the channel starts at 127000. To seperate channels that are added from vdr vs manually

Re: [vdr] FF card A/V sync suggestion

2006-10-22 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The way I understand it, the shows are sent as mpeg2, VDR decodes to raw data and stores as xxx.vdr files? which then need a special player that dosn't seem to work correctly to play these now much larger files which eat up a lot more space. So why not store them as mpeg files? A more common

Re: [vdr] New VDR hardware

2006-12-30 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Too bad it only has 1 expansion slot. That means only 1 tunner board. I wouldn't even concider anything with less then 2-3 slots. - Original Message - From: Richard Scobie [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Klaus Schmidinger's VDR vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, December 30, 2006 1:36 AM Subject:

[vdr] Rotor plugin crashing with valid data in diseqc.conf

2007-09-20 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Built a new system with an Athlon64 x2 running and64 linux. I went with vdr-1.5.9. I tried to use the diseqc.conf from my old system, but vdr crashes in startup when the rotor plugin is used. I found the problem seems to be the use of commands to control the rotor in the diseqc.conf. with [E0 31

Re: [vdr] Rotor plugin crashing with valid data in diseqc.conf

2007-09-21 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Applied the patch and started with the problem conf. Not much help. Only mention I found of any problem was in the syslog: Sep 21 15:38:59 x64VDR vdr: [20139] starting plugin: dvd Sep 21 15:38:59 x64VDR vdr: [20139] starting plugin: femon Sep 21 15:38:59 x64VDR vdr: [20139] starting plugin:

Re: [vdr] Rotor plugin crashing with valid data in diseqc.conf

2007-09-29 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Any more ideas on this? Not sure why rotor plugin would even need to look at the diseqc.conf. For moving the dish on channel switch, it can get the sat location from the 4th entry in the channels.conf. Why would it need to deal with diseqc commands in the diseqc.conf when it was fine with them

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-09-29 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I don't know about it restarting. The crashing with loss of signal is suposed to be a safe guard against creating blank recordings. Seems like a bad idea to me to. Just delete the bad recordings, don't crash the system. Here is the fix we've been using: Locate the line in recorder.c and comment

Re: [vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

2007-09-30 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Should be on loss if video, not just loss of signal. Doesn't happen often, but I have seen video go during a storm while femon still says there is a lock. - Original Message - From: Stone To: VDR Mailing List Sent: Sunday, September 30, 2007 11:38 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] Not

Re: [vdr] VDR doesn't always switch channel correctly

2007-11-09 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
He has a Dish Pro LNB. The switching is done via the two LO settings. He wants V high always for propper operration of the LNB. They like the voltage to be at 18-19v Try increasing the delay a tad. change the W15's to W20 and the first W20's to W25's. The W20's at the end I don't think are

[vdr] ATSC

2008-02-17 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Any chance we can get ATSC tunner card support with the next branch of vdr? In 1 year from today it will replace all analog TV broadcast in the US. ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] [patch] channels with same pids

2008-02-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Trying working with NA sats. At least in Europe you have standards. Here the only standard is that there is no standard. For example, on 97w after using a custome scanner, if I allow VDR to auto update channel names, then surf through the channels with a fresh conf, some channels dissapear, others

[vdr] HDHomeRun need IPTV plugin?

2008-03-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Has anyone got the HDHomeRun to work with VDR? It's one of the dual ATSC tuners I'm looking into for adding ATSC to my system. I'm thinking maybe with the IPTV plugin it might work? Also wondering how good it's tuning is compaired to tuners using the LG DT3303 which seems to be the bench mark to

[vdr] Feeds for IPTV plugin

2008-03-04 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I spent awhile googling IPTV to see what could be used with this plugin. The big network sites like NBC and CBS came up and they do list shows you can watch online. But I found none of the info that would be needed to configure the plugin to work with these sites. Other sites that came up where

[vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-05 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: 4 KVOA 4.1KVOAD 6 KUAT 6.1KUATD1 6.2KUATK 6.3KUATV 6.4KUATC 9 KGUN 9.1KGUND 11 KMSB 11.1 KMSBH 13 KOLD 13.1 KOLD-DT 14

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
, March 06, 2008 1:49 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system On 03/06/08 00:49, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: 4 KVOA 4.1KVOAD 6 KUAT 6.1

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Like it or not Sub channels are here to stay and the . is the standard for denoting a sub number. vdr-1.5.15 - Original Message - From: Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2008 1:49 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system I don't

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
That is something I brought up some time ago before I ran into the sub-numbering. The Channels.conf has a way to group by provider, but right now the only place to make use of it from in the program is while in live video using the keys. If Provider grouping was expanded on then number reuse

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
And that works to a point. I have been trying to pad using the sat number for example 79, 97, 113, etc. But this makes the numbers a bit long. The problem here is that some providers like to sprawl with there numbers using 4 and sometimes even 5 digits. The 5 digit channel problem is

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
: Friday, March 07, 2008 10:47 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: Since VDR needs to be patched for ATSC anyway, I'll consider

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-08 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The remotes that come with Nexus video cards have a telephone stile num pad with both * and # - Original Message - From: Udo Richter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 4:05 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system Timothy D

Re: [vdr] Extension HD PCI card from ReelMultimedia - what's new ?

2008-03-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Bball posted on the DVBN forums that he got it working and it works good. Has a few glitches that can be fixed with new firmware. - Original Message - From: Igor [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 3:22 AM Subject: [vdr] Extension HD PCI

Re: [vdr] Extension HD PCI card from ReelMultimedia - what's new ?

2008-03-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
No idea. didn't know. I hope not. - Original Message - From: Manu Abraham [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, March 15, 2008 11:45 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] Extension HD PCI card from ReelMultimedia - what's new ? Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Bball posted

[vdr] Rotor patches

2008-04-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
There are 2 patches for the Rotor plugin: vdr-1.5.5-rotor.diff Rotor-0.1.4-vdr1.5.10.diff They patch different areas. Are they both needed for vdr-1.6? ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] Rotor patches

2008-04-16 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Strange, that patch fails on all hunks. looking to patch by hand, it's not even close. The vdr-1.5.5-rotor.diff patch applies. - Original Message - From: lucian orasanu [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2008 11:45 PM Subject: [vdr] Rotor patches Hy. No,

Re: [vdr] Rotor patches

2008-04-16 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
, 2008 8:13 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] Rotor patches On Wed, 2008-04-16 at 16:23 -0700, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Strange, that patch fails on all hunks. looking to patch by hand, it's not even close. The vdr-1.5.5-rotor.diff patch applies. Where does one find these patches? - Original

Re: [vdr] VDR and multiproto - which driver to use?

2008-04-20 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
- Original Message - From: Manu Abraham [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, April 12, 2008 6:42 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] VDR and multiproto - which driver to use? Klaus Schmidinger wrote: I'm in the process of reintroducing the multiproto changes in

[vdr] No ac3 audio on Nexus

2008-04-22 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I'm using linux 2.6.22.6 with v4l drivers. I'm using a Nexus for audio/video out. I am trying to add an ATSC card and it seems atsc only sends ac3 audio. So I have no audio on any of the channels. I tried connecting the ac3 audio and I get audio out it with normal audio, But if I turn on Use Dolby

Re: [vdr] No ac3 audio on Nexus

2008-04-23 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Yes it's a Nexus and yes I'm using the back connector from the card. I also tried the jack on the motherboard incase it was some how sending it there. I don't have any other audio software loaded so it should be just going to the nexus. - Original Message - From: Pierre-Yves

Re: [vdr] VDR-xine + ffmpeg? (h.264 problems)

2008-05-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
For h.264, might want to check this out: http://code.google.com/p/coreavc-for-linux/ http://dvbn.happysat.org/viewtopic.php?t=44896highlight=coreavc+vdr - Original Message - From: Reinhard Nissl [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, May 24, 2008 12:03 AM

Re: [vdr] [OT] Generic GPU-Accelerated Video Decoding

2008-06-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Do you know about or are using: http://www.nvidia.com/object/cuda_home.html ? - Original Message - From: Gregoire Favre [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Friday, June 06, 2008 1:51 AM Subject: [vdr] [OT] Generic GPU-Accelerated Video Decoding Hello, just found out at

[vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem

2008-06-10 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I am runing debian 64bit. I am currently using rgb out of nexus But I want to switch to the Matrox g450 so I can down convert hd to sd. I am trying to use vdr-xine plugin, DirectFB with fb_xine for the matrox card and coreavc for decoder. The problem is getting xine 1.2 to build. Using latest HG

Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem

2008-06-10 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
- Original Message - From: Darren Salt [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2008 3:13 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem I demand that Timothy D. Lenz may or may not have written... I am runing debian 64bit. alpha? amd64? ia64? sparc

Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem

2008-06-16 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
It's suposed to be a xine patch to use coreavc. Thought I listed it in th first post. xine-lib-1.2hg-coreavc.diff - Original Message - From: Goga777 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, June 15, 2008 1:59 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem I am

Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem

2008-06-16 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
That is the patch - Original Message - From: Goga777 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Monday, June 16, 2008 4:39 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] dfb/coreavc,xine bulid problem do you mean xine-lib-1.2hg-coreavc.diff from Morfsta ?

Re: [vdr] new videocard from ATI with hardware decoding of HD video -UVD2

2008-06-23 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
ATI is not known for good driver support in Linux - Original Message - From: Goga777 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Monday, June 23, 2008 6:13 AM Subject: [vdr] new videocard from ATI with hardware decoding of HD video -UVD2 Hi AMD/ATI released new

Re: [vdr] Is any way to specify specific DVB-S card in channel.conf

2008-08-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Email with the patch: http://www.linuxtv.org/mailinglists/vdr/2004/12-2004/msg00647.html - Original Message - From: Ales Jurik [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008 11:44 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] Is any way to specify specific DVB-S card in

Re: [vdr] Is any way to specify specific DVB-S card in channel.conf

2008-08-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
So in your example: ...:0002,1702,1722,1801:... Would retain the CA info but only try to use the second adapter to tune it? Does it matter where in the list it's placed? - Original Message - From: Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008

Re: [vdr] Is any way to specify specific DVB-S card in channel.conf

2008-08-08 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
And then there is the dishes, Some fixed, some not, some LNB's cove a different range that can over lap others in the set up meaning not only do you need to be able to list tunners for channels, but provide a list of lnbs that can be used as well. - Original Message - From: VDR User

Re: [vdr] Is any way to specify specific DVB-S card in channel.conf

2008-08-16 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
to specify specific DVB-S card in channel.conf On 08/08/08 06:35, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: So in your example: ...:0002,1702,1722,1801:... Would retain the CA info but only try to use the second adapter to tune it? Does it matter where in the list it's placed? No. As it is right now

Re: [vdr] iptv plugin - hardware scaling

2008-08-22 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Could you post what enties/settings you used to get that working? I tried to get that working but didn't. - Original Message - From: Hawes, Mark To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Friday, August 22, 2008 4:05 AM Subject: [vdr] iptv plugin - hardware scaling Hi, I'm using

Re: [vdr] Greener VDR

2008-09-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The main advantage to putting the power off button to use is to tell vdr you are not watching tv, so if it's also not recording, it's free to tune to a TP with guide data or update channel list, etc.. - Original Message - From: Dave P [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List

Re: [vdr] Help building xine-lib-1.2 --with-external-ffmpeg

2008-09-12 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
- Original Message - From: Todd Luliak To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Friday, September 12, 2008 7:42 AM Subject: [vdr] Help building xine-lib-1.2 --with-external-ffmpeg I've been running around in circles trying to get xine-lib-1.2 built with external ffmpeg. I currently use

Re: [vdr] new reel hd pci-e card; vAti 2400 pro Mobility

2008-09-27 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Video acceleration for HDTV blu ray not full decoding. - Original Message - From: Torgeir Veimo [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2008 1:29 AM Subject: [vdr] new reel hd pci-e card; vAti 2400 pro Mobility There's a new reel HD pci-e

Re: [vdr] Soft RAID-5 + LVM file system corruption

2008-12-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I started switching to raid but ran into problems with lack of info. 3 500gb sata drives with 3 partitions each. The first 2 are mirrored with 1 spare. That was to be for all the boot abd program files. The second was to be swap and the third which is raid 5 is storage for recordings. I have

Re: [vdr] Soft RAID-5 + LVM file system corruption

2008-12-19 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Debian - Original Message - From: Alex Betis To: VDR Mailing List Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2008 2:32 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] Soft RAID-5 + LVM file system corruption On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 11:20 PM, Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com wrote: I started switching

Re: [vdr] [OT] development infrastructur for VGA2SCART patch set

2009-03-04 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
First, I don't know why, but everyone of your post comes through as a text attachment which has to be saved out to be read. Others on the list come through normal. When puting just a few parts in a connector I try to solder the parts directly to the pins on the back of the connector in a way

Re: [vdr] [OT] development infrastructur for VGA2SCART patch set

2009-03-05 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Same thing, just attachments. And I turn off a lot of the fancy crap in mail programs to reduce the chance of them running some virus attached to the mail. Mail should be text and any code should be limited to files that are in no way run by the mail program. Some things are just ment to be seen

[vdr] /tmp/VDRBOOT_COMPLETE

2009-04-17 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
In the startup scripts I've been using for some time, it does a check for /tmp/VDRBOOT_COMPLETE to confirm vdr started correctly. It doesn't seem to have a problem if the file is not found, but somewhere along the line vdr stoped creating this file on startup. What is the current way to check if

[vdr] Problems with atsc video and channel scaning

2009-04-25 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Setting up a new system, with vdr-1.7.5, xine-vdpau r260 and vdr-xine plugin using a FusionHDTV7 dual express. Video card is en8400gs silent. First, when I have an HD stream ether live or recorded it get high frame droping: video_out: throwing away image with pts 24715684 because it's too old

Re: [vdr] vdr and vdpau

2009-04-27 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
This is not correct. I am having problems with droped frames on atsc hd and I turned off speed scaling so both cores would stay at 2.6ghz. It had NO EFFECT. - Original Message - From: Gerald Dachs v...@dachsweb.de To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Monday, April 27, 2009 3:35 PM Subject: Re:

[vdr] ATSC with xine-vdpau frame drops

2009-04-30 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I havd vdr-1.7.5, xine-vdpau r260, vdr-xine .91. Runing on a Athlon64 x2 and Asus en8400gs silent video card. I have a FusionHDTV7 Dual Express in it currently. I am having problems figureing out the proper settings in all the config files. I am getting droped frames, sometimes high enough to

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.7.5

2009-05-19 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I just got an updated v4l today because it has fixes for xc5000 based cards as of monday along with new firmware for that card. I also use nexus and the first patch below seems to now be included, but the second patch uas a lot of both succeeded and failed: patching file

[vdr] Hulu on vdr?

2009-07-09 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Anyone able to come up with a plugin or way to use hulu with vdr? Maybe browsing their site from another computer going through vdradmin and then when selecting a show, vdradmin could send the url to vdr through the iptv plugin? ___ vdr mailing list

Re: [vdr] [patch] optimize device selection

2009-08-08 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I don't yet know if this patch is the cause, but I have a setup I am working on which has a FusionHDTV7 dual express and after it has been running for a few days, vdr seems to loose contact with the second tunner. When selecting other channels using vdradmin and then going back to the channel it

[vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging

2009-08-22 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
My log files get so big it,s very hard to check them because of the ts error messages that get flooded to it. I've had logs near 2gb in size. I have a problem with xine crashing when there is a weak signal and the ts loging bloating the log files is creating a lot of problems. Need a way to turn

Re: [vdr] HD clients for vdr

2009-08-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Well, video.output.vdpau_enable_inverse_telecine:1 is the one that stoped the problem with it freezing and then runing fast forward. The buffer settings help reduce droped frames as does the chroma setting, though it's not a big impact and I see no change in video quality. Having it deint chroma

Re: [vdr] HD clients for vdr

2009-08-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Some stations do 1080i others do 720p. The 1080i seem to be worse but then I turn of deint for progressive video which should free up some of the video card. - Original Message - From: Goga777 goga...@bk.ru To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2009 11:45 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] HD

Re: [vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging

2009-08-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Schmidinger klaus.schmidin...@cadsoft.de To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2009 1:26 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging On 23.08.2009 20:03, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Form /var/log/user.log: Aug 23 10:53:31 LLLx64-32 vdr: [2635] TS continuity error (2) Aug 23 10:53:31

Re: [vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging

2009-08-24 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
/relocate ts error logging On 22.08.2009 19:12, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: My log files get so big it,s very hard to check them because of the ts error messages that get flooded to it. I've had logs near 2gb in size. I have a problem with xine crashing when there is a weak signal and the ts loging

Re: [vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging

2009-08-25 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
: Klaus Schmidinger klaus.schmidin...@cadsoft.de To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2009 1:26 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] Turn off/relocate ts error logging On 23.08.2009 20:03, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Form /var/log/user.log: Aug 23 10:53:31 LLLx64-32 vdr: [2635] TS continuity error (2

[vdr] No audio with vdr-1.7.9

2009-09-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I tried going from 1.7.8 to 1.7.9 and I have no audio with .9 ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr

Re: [vdr] Replay Problems with Extension HD

2009-09-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
And how many users are not on this registered users list? First time I heard of it.Most people follow guides done by other people and only glimps at the manuals, readme's, etc. And I think you can get vdr with apt-get from debian also. - Original Message - From: Petri Helin

Re: [vdr] Replay Problems with Extension HD

2009-09-08 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Where are we hiding? Lets see, for starters: IRC: bouncer.uicn.net + #vdr irc.freenode.net 6667 #xine-vdpau Forums: http://dvbn.happysat.org/viewforum.php?f=17 http://www.hoochvdr.info/ - Original Message - From: Petri Helin phe...@googlemail.com To: VDR Mailing List

[vdr] Loosing tuners

2009-09-13 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I thought this was because of the priority patch for better maping of timers to tuners, but I have removed that patch and still loose a tuner. Using vdr-1.7.8 (for some reason I have no sound with 179), after there have been timer records, one of the tuners in a dual tuner card, mostly the

Re: [vdr] Loosing tuners

2009-09-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Not sure, but I think that is what that priority patch took care of. Setup record for several shows with some overlaping but on the same channel. If one is on another channel, it would sometimes insist on puting the overlaped same channel shows on different tuners and then not have enough for

Re: [vdr] No audio with vdr-1.7.9

2009-09-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
: Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, September 06, 2009 1:12 PM Subject: [vdr] No audio with vdr-1.7.9 I tried going from 1.7.8 to 1.7.9 and I have no audio with .9 ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org http://www.linuxtv.org

[vdr] Problem with end time set, ether epgsearch or vdradmin

2009-09-30 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
In VDR margin at start is set to 1 and stop is set to 4 In EPGSearch under Search and search timers it is set to start 2 and stop 5 VDRAdmin is set to 1 and 2 Yet every timer that is auto set is 2 and 10. I don't have end set to plus 10 any place yet that is what it keeps doing so that I have to

[vdr] timer problems with epgsearch/vdradmin

2009-10-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Not sure where this is messing up. Think it's epgsearch. When it finds shows and sets timers, it sets it to 10 minutes over. In epgsearh i have the margin set to 5. In vdradmin it's set to 2. If I manually tell it to set up a timer from vdradmin, it correctly uses 2. So I think it's epgsearch

Re: [vdr] timer problems with epgsearch/vdradmin

2009-10-03 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
with epgsearch/vdradmin Hi! 2009/10/2 Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com: Not sure where this is messing up. Think it's epgsearch. When it finds shows and sets timers, it sets it to 10 minutes over. In epgsearh i have the margin set to 5. In vdradmin it's set to 2. If I manually tell

[vdr] FF/RW problems with xine

2009-10-09 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
With some recordings FF/RW doesn't work correctly. The video/audio stops and when you hit play again, it has moved to the new a new location. Some recordings work, some don't. May have to do with some channels use 720p and others use 1080i ___ vdr

[vdr] Hulu for Linux

2009-10-10 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Hulu now has a linux interface. And it seems MythTv can use it. what about vdr? Can it be done without installing a desktop? http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=139868 ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org

Re: [vdr] vdr-xine - skipping audio video

2009-10-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Here are the commands I'm using for xine start. Nether xine or vdpau are all that stable for me though: xine -A alsa -V vdpau --post vdr_video --post vdr_audio vdr://tmp/vdr-xine/stream#demux:mpeg_pes --fullscreen --no-gui --no-mouse --deinterlace --no-logo --no-splash And xine config: # #

Re: [vdr] 12-hour time format an option?

2009-10-28 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
VDRadmin has this problem also. - Original Message - From: HighlyCaffeinated To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 9:36 AM Subject: [vdr] 12-hour time format an option? I did some searching around but had no luck finding anything on a very minor annoyance

Re: [vdr] Restricting a particular dvb card from tuning to channels with a selected modulation

2009-10-29 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
There is the isue whereone tunner might be connected to an LNB on a rotor and another to a fixed. Knowing how the tunner can tune wouldn't help then. - Original Message - From: Klaus Schmidinger klaus.schmidin...@tvdr.de To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, October 29, 2009 1:13 AM

Re: [vdr] Restricting a particular dvb card from tuning to channelswith a selected modulation

2009-10-31 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
A tunner that can do turbo can also do normal giving you extra tunner for recording one while watching another. Fake postions ends up adding lots more channels, dupes to take advantage and manual mixing and matching in recording timmers. Better to be able to say which tunners can do a channel

Re: [vdr] Restricting a particular dvb card from tuning tochannels?with a selected modulation

2009-11-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The CA field can only be used for this or CA, not both. - Original Message - From: Michael Mauch michael.ma...@gmx.de To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Sunday, November 01, 2009 4:26 PM Subject: Re: [vdr] Restricting a particular dvb card from tuning tochannels?with a selected modulation VDR

Re: [vdr] Hulu for Linux

2009-11-10 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
XBMC+VDR On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com mailto:tl...@vorgon.com wrote: Hulu now has a linux interface. And it seems MythTv can use it. what about vdr? Can it be done without installing a desktop? http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2009-11-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Check the linux forums at http://www.nvnews.net/. Sounds like the GT220 would be a good choice. Maybe even the GT210. I have an 8400 with the newer chip and it's is marginal at best and won't do the advanced deint. Luca Olivetti wrote: Hello, Now that I have an hd tv set, I'm looking at

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2009-11-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
NewEgg or ZipZoomFly don't ship to spain? Steffen Barszus wrote: Luca Olivetti schrieb: En/na Luca Olivetti ha escrit: The asus P5N7A-VM motherboard seems a good candidate, is its integrated 9300 graphics powerful enough for good deinterlacing? Mmmh, I hate to reply to my own message,

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2009-11-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I have seen USB to serial and parallel adapters, but the parallel ones are kind of rare and you might need to mod your software Luca Olivetti wrote: En/na Carsten Koch ha escrit: Here in Germany, there are only two Atom boards with 1 PCI slot and GeForce 9400 graphics:

Re: [vdr] Hulu for Linux

2009-11-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
schrieb: On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 3:44 AM, Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com mailto:tl...@vorgon.com mailto:tl...@vorgon.com mailto:tl...@vorgon.com wrote: I already have debain linux/vdr setup. 64 bit on my system and 32 on my dads. I don't want to rip it all

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2009-11-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
about electronics to do it. Artem Makhutov wrote: Hi, On Sun, Nov 15, 2009 at 09:45:40AM +0100, Luca Olivetti wrote: En/na Timothy D. Lenz ha escrit: I have seen USB to serial and parallel adapters, but the parallel ones are kind of rare and you might need to mod your software Oh, yes, I'll

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2009-11-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The SPDIF can't carry 7.1 sound? It's just digital data stream. Should be able to carry how ever many channels get encoded to the data packets. Seppo Ingalsuo wrote: On Sun, 2009-11-15 at 09:49 +0100, Luca Olivetti wrote: Well, considering that I cannot find a way to get audio through hdmi

Re: [vdr] livebuffer patch improvements suggestions.

2009-11-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Wouldn't work very well with HD video. Our locals (ATSC) use 8-13Gb/hour VDR User wrote: On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Tommi Lundell prel...@kapsi.fi wrote: Hello. 1) RAM is cheap now days. Can I use RAM to keep buffer data? (System running from USB stick so only reason to start Hard Disk

Re: [vdr] livebuffer patch improvements suggestions.

2009-11-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
doing 8+ before when I looked. Don't have any form NBC right now which uses 1080i and was running 13Gb VDR User wrote: On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 11:13 AM, Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com wrote: Wouldn't work very well with HD video. Our locals (ATSC) use 8-13Gb/hour VDR User wrote: On Wed, Nov 18

Re: [vdr] US OTA ATSC - Does it work?

2009-12-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
To get a channel scan for atsc, best thing is to go into the plugins setup for the atsc plugin. use the scan there. Then go to the plugin config folder for atsc plugin and copy the data to your chanels.conf. Don't forget to shut down vdr while editing the conf Calypso Cricket wrote: Hello, I

Re: [vdr] US OTA ATSC - Does it work?

2009-12-14 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I don't have a problem with getting the channels as long as I use the built in scanner for the plugin, then move the data over to the channels.conf. What I have a problem with is I have a dual tuner and vdr keeps loosing control of one of the tuners. If it happens to be on the secondary when

Re: [vdr] US OTA ATSC - Does it work?

2009-12-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
will have 4 ATSC tuners. If if does not work with more than one, then this will be a problem. Timothy D. Lenz wrote: I don't have a problem with getting the channels as long as I use the built in scanner for the plugin, then move the data over to the channels.conf. What I have a problem with is I have

Re: [vdr] Recommendation for new hd vdr system.

2010-01-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
For those looking for quiet fans, I have found the Nexus PWM series 120mm to be the quietest fan for air flow yet. Moves more air then the Arctic fans with the same or lower noise level. I have one cooling an AMD x4 3ghz. I have it set to min speed of about 50% and it takes 100% load to get

Re: [vdr] [OT] mini-PCIE with Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) for HD playback with free drivers

2010-01-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Problem is, that is just a chip. Any boards out using it? Linux drivers? Torgeir Veimo wrote: 2010/1/2 Paul Menzel paulepan...@users.sourceforge.net: I just share something I read on the XBMC [1] Web site. The Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) seems to be an alternative for HD

Re: [vdr] [OT] mini-PCIE with Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) for HD playback with free drivers

2010-01-02 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I as refering to the BCM70015. No plugin boards for it yet. the board mentioned is for the 0012 version. I wonder if this stuff will work any better then vdpau/xine. I have yet to get that mess working relablly. using an Asus 8400 silent. On 1/2/2010 11:28 AM, Goga777 wrote: Приветствую,

Re: [vdr] [OT] mini-PCIE with Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) for HD playback with free drivers

2010-01-04 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
) Hucek Michael Stepanov schrieb: Does somebody use it to watch HD channels with VDR? As I understand that solution can give the same result as nVidia Ion? On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 8:29 PM, Manu Abraham abraham.m...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 10:06 PM, Timothy D. Lenz tl...@vorgon.com

Re: [vdr] Channel wrapping in live-tv

2010-01-12 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Do you mean switching between the last channel viewed and the current channel? or channel.conf wrap around? Because last channel switch is already in by pressing the 0 key. On 1/11/2010 11:23 AM, Matti Lehtimäki wrote: Hi, One small feature I find is missing from vdr is to have the

Re: [vdr] feature request easy diseqc setup and channelscan for vdr

2010-02-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
This would cause duplicate lines for devices that overlap, such has where there are both fixed and rotor dish. Better to include the supporting devices in the entries. On 2/6/2010 4:57 AM, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: On 02.02.2010 07:35, Ian Bates wrote: On 1 Feb 2010, at 22:24, abbe normal

Re: [vdr] feature request easy diseqc setup and channelscan for vdr

2010-02-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
, on the card that can move the dish so that a second recordind on the sat viewable by the fixed dish goes to the other card. Sounds confusing, but with multi-dish setups, that happens. On 2/6/2010 5:05 PM, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: On 07.02.2010 00:31, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: This would cause duplicate

Re: [vdr] [ANNOUNCE] Bandwidth limiting patch for FF cards (VDR-1.6)

2010-02-13 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Why not just use ttpci-bwlimit.diff to patch the driver? There is also a patch floating around that lets you select what to block. On 2/13/2010 1:15 PM, Udo Richter wrote: Hi list, One of the known problems of the FF-DVB cards is the bandwidth limitation, that is addressed by the full-ts-mod

Re: [vdr] No Audio on ATSC Qam256 or OTA..

2010-02-15 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
You can just turn off updates in vdr setup menu. Then it shouldn't change anything and you can do it manually On 2/15/2010 11:07 AM, Rob Davis wrote: My Cable provider or VDR seems to mess up the audio pid regularly for various channels. Is there a way (or patch) that I can keep the update

[vdr] analogtv plugin with HVR-1800

2010-02-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
As anyone tried using the analogtv plugin with an HVR-1800 on vdr-1.7.12? And does it interfere with the atsc plugin since both would be using the same tuner? I've been told that analog mode does work with this card with tvtime, so I was thinking of giving it a try. The card is supposed to be

Re: [vdr] analogtv plugin with HVR-1800

2010-02-18 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
support for analog: http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ATSC_PCIe_Cards With both cards in, I have 3 dvb adapters and all 3 have: demux0, dvr0, frontend0, net0 On 2/18/2010 1:12 PM, L. Hanisch wrote: Am 18.02.2010 18:54, schrieb Timothy D. Lenz: As anyone tried using the analogtv plugin

Re: [vdr] analogtv plugin with HVR-1800

2010-02-21 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
I can't buy any more hardware for this and there isn't channels to justify it anyway. It's just that the card has the hardware and is listed as supported under linux. So, thought if it was just a plugin to get it going.. On 2/20/2010 12:07 PM, Rob Davis wrote: On 18/02/10 23:58, Timothy D

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