Martin Dauskardt wrote:
Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
 > @Martin: any news on this? With recent drivers and firmware it should be
 > possible to record and watch even the high-bandwidth channels like ZDF
 > on a FF card.
The problem appeared with "Tagesschau" on ARD. Not every recording on ARD or ZDF has buffer problems, but when it is live and maybe even 16:9, it is very likely that it happens. And there is no chance to do an additional recording on the same transponder without problems. I always use very recent drivers from hg, never older than 3 weeks. I even patched it with the performance + refactoring patches
http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=51207
from Oliver ("UFO") which seems to make it a little bit better.


Ah, sorry, I forgot to mention that I also have applied that patch.

 >The driver I'm using is the Mercurial version 2006-02-05 (well, actually
 >that's not _that_ recent, anyway) and the firmware version F12623 as
 >of 2006-07-22. The size of my firmware file is 240044, and the md5sum
 >is 099329687c91131e616b4dcd8a118a25. My CPU is an AMD K6/II 450.
F12623 ? where do you get it from? has it ever been released officially? I remember that Werner mentioned F12623 in vdrportal in June, but the last version which was posted there is F22623 from May


Ooops - I thought this would have been made public by now.

@Werner: what's the status of firmware version F12623?

Klaus

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