You make things sound promising again, thanks for the reply! And of course I agree with your points fully. At any rate the issue still remains and has once again seemed to be left unresolved.
A question for Oliver Endriss (if you read this).. Can you confirm that the firmware abides fully to specification? Thanks guys. Marco Skambraks wrote On 11/30/06, Carsten Koch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
VDR User wrote: ... > Logic still says that if mplayer can play vdr recordings just fine > without losing sync, but vdr can't, the problem is with vdr, not the > firmware. That's only correct if you ignore specifications. Maybe VDR is behaving according to the specified interface and the firmware fails. Maybe mplayer is working around firmware bugs by behaving differently - which may or may not be according to the specified interface. What we can agree upon is the fact that the problem *can* be solved within the application program. IMHO, the fact that mplayer works where VDR does not proves just that, but not more. However, if VDR behaves 100% according to specification, the problem *should* be solved in the driver and/or firmware, because that would fix all programs that also behave 100% according to specification and fail. If fixing it where it should be fixed turns out to be too difficult, it might still be a good idea to fix it in VDR. Carsten. _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr
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