No luck with this patch (1.4.1 & 1.4.3)  :(

they(tv company) use MPEG2 ID in H.264 stream
PID found:  512 (0x0200)  [PES: ITU-T Rec. H.262 | ISO/IEC 13818-2 or ISO/IEC 
11172-2 video stream]

Oct 20 18:40:00 testbox vdr: [17789] transfer thread ended (pid=17201, 
tid=17789)
Oct 20 18:40:00 testbox vdr: [17201] buffer stats: 68244 (3%) used
Oct 20 18:40:00 testbox vdr: [17201] switching device 1 to channel 28
Oct 20 18:40:00 testbox vdr: [17201] timer 19 (28 1840-1842 'test264') start
Oct 20 18:40:00 testbox vdr: [17201] waiting for EPG info...
Oct 20 18:40:04 testbox vdr: [17201] no EPG info available
Oct 20 18:40:04 testbox vdr: [17201] executing '/usr/share/vdr/bin/vdrrecord-gate.sh before "/data/vdr/video/test264/2006-10-20.18.40.99.99.rec"'
Oct 20 18:40:04 testbox vdr: [17201] record 
/data/vdr/video/test264/2006-10-20.18.40.99.99.rec
Oct 20 18:40:04 testbox vdr: [17201] creating directory /data/vdr/video/test264
Oct 20 18:40:04 testbox vdr: [17201] creating directory /data/vdr/video/test264/2006-10-20.18.40.99.99.rec Oct 20 18:40:08 testbox vdr: [17201] recording to '/data/vdr/video/test264/2006-10-20.18.40.99.99.rec/001.vdr'
Oct 20 18:40:08 testbox vdr: [17881] file writer thread started (pid=17201, 
tid=17881)
Oct 20 18:40:08 testbox vdr: [17882] recording thread started (pid=17201, 
tid=17882)
Oct 20 18:40:09 testbox vdr: [17201] switching to channel 11
Oct 20 18:40:09 testbox vdr: [17201] info: Channel not available!
Oct 20 18:40:11 testbox vdr: [17201] switching to channel 28
Oct 20 18:40:11 testbox vdr: [17201] buffer stats: 0 (0%) used
Oct 20 18:40:11 testbox vdr: [17201] max. latency time 10 seconds
Oct 20 18:40:11 testbox vdr: [17888] transfer thread started (pid=17201, 
tid=17888)
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17881] ERROR: video data stream broken
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17881] initiating emergency exit
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17201] emergency exit requested - shutting down
...
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17882] recording thread ended (pid=17201, 
tid=17882)
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17881] file writer thread ended (pid=17201, 
tid=17881)
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17201] buffer stats: 40608 (0%) used
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17201] timer 19 (28 1840-1842 'test264') stop
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17201] executing '/usr/share/vdr/bin/vdrrecord-gate.sh after "/data/vdr/video/test264/2006-10-20.18.40.99.99.rec"'
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17888] transfer thread ended (pid=17201, 
tid=17888)
Oct 20 18:40:39 testbox vdr: [17201] buffer stats: 61664 (2%) used

...
Oct 20 18:40:40 testbox vdr: [17201] exiting
Oct 20 18:40:40 testbox vdr: [17201] emergency exit!
Oct 20 18:40:40 testbox vdr: [17228] Netwatcher thread ended (pid=17201, 
tid=17228)



----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Müllner" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "VDR Mailing List" <vdr@linuxtv.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [vdr] How to record H.264 stream in VDR?


Hallo,

some time ago there was a patch here in this list for H264 but it didnt work for me but maybe my prob is that me receive S13.0E only on my primary Card. (FF dvb-s) If i add this patch VDR didnt del the VPid anymore but when i start an recording VDR restart itself and create only 0 bytes files.

Here the patch again maybe it works for you.

--- vdr-1.4.0/pat.c    2006-03-31 14:39:34.000000000 +0200
+++ vdr-1.4.0.jarada/pat.c    2006-06-18 20:04:34.000000000 +0200
@@ -340,6 +340,8 @@
            switch (stream.getStreamType()) {
              case 1: // STREAMTYPE_11172_VIDEO
              case 2: // STREAMTYPE_13818_VIDEO
+              case 0x19: // advanced codec HD digital television service
+              case 0x1b: //ISO/IEC 14496-10 Video (MPEG-4 part 10/AVC, aka 
H.264)
                      Vpid = stream.getPid();
                      break;
              case 3: // STREAMTYPE_11172_AUDIO
@@ -408,7 +410,7 @@
                         }
                      }
                      break;
- //default: printf("PID: %5d %5d %2d %3d %3d\n", pmt.getServiceId(), stream.getPid(), stream.getStreamType(), pmt.getVersionNumber(), Channel->Number());//XXX + default: printf("PID: %5d %5d %2d %3d %3d\n", pmt.getServiceId(), stream.getPid(), stream.getStreamType(), pmt.getVersionNumber(), Channel->Number());//XXX
              }
for (SI::Loop::Iterator it; (d = (SI::CaDescriptor*)stream.streamDescriptors.getNext(it, SI::CaDescriptorTag)); ) {
                CaDescriptors->AddCaDescriptor(d, true);


regards
Mike

dvb schrieb:
In DVB-S and DVB-T
LUXE TV HD:11240:v:S13.0E:27500:0:36,37:0:0:13809:0:0:0
VPID is 33



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