On Friday 01 December 2006 10:59, Halim Sahin wrote: > Hello, > > On Fr, Dez 01, 2006 at 10:46:15 +0100, Matthias Schwarzott wrote: > > On Friday 01 December 2006 03:04, Oliver Endriss wrote: > > > Carsten Koch wrote: > > > > > > Has anyone been able to identify the differences in the MPEG data if > > > (a) mplayer > > > (b) vdr > > > play the sample stream? > > > > My understanding of playback via mplayer is, that mplayer uses its > > included synchronization logic. > > ACK. > > > That means it demultiplexes its input (evtually transforms it to > > mpeg-1/2), > > then synchronizes it, and multiplexes it to pes. That means the FF-Card > > receives a synchron stream. > > Check your cpu-load during mplayer-playback. > Mplayer does not transcode something to mpeg1/2 etc because the cpuload > is > near 0. Ack. For playback of vdr-recordings you are right. I meant it can be eventually transcoded (playback of non mpeg2-files).
Matthias -- Matthias Schwarzott Gentoo Developer http://www.gentoo.org
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