Udo Richter wrote:
> Oliver Endriss wrote:
>> Does mplayer really play PES data 'as is'?
>> Afaik it recodes data to MPEG-1.(?)
> From CPU load on my machine, mplayer cannot do much with the signal. The
> CPU load is even lower than the VDR load when playing back 001.vdr. And
> even decoding in sotware would out-run my machine.
> But I guess they decode the PES stream into two ES streams with
> additional timing, and re-pack it to a new PES stream.
Would it be very difficult to duplicate this in VDR? I would love to start
trying out code. My programming skills are just not good enough to start
implementing this task. But, once there is some framework, I can get by trying
> Which leads to the open question, does the firmware/driver get confused
> by slight jitter in PTS values of audio PES packets? Or is this
What if the reception goes out for long periods of time and the sync becomes
really bad? The firmware must have more limitations than a software solution?
N.B. Thanks to everyone that is looking into this further!
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