On Mon, Jan 08, 2007 at 09:26:39PM +0200, Arthur Konovalov wrote: > Ville Aakko wrote: > >I have a similar setup and yes, DVB subtitles are recorded. I don't > >use ttxtsubs at all (only the DVB ones). > > I know that it sounds stupid, but after upgrading to 1.4.5 subtitles > recording works flawlessly. > Maybe just because of restart.
For what it is worth, I haven't had any problems with subtitles since 1.3.38 or something, which was the last time when the DVBsubs.patch of the vdr-subtitles plugin needed to be adjusted. Last night, I upgraded straight from 1.4.3 to 1.4.5, and there weren't any conflicts related to the DVB subtitles. To be honest, I do have one problem with DVB subtitles: when there are multilingual subtitles (for instance, Finnish and Swedish) in a recording, vdr seems to pick the language at random when playing back the recording. Sometimes it even switches the language on the fly. This doesn't happen in live playback. When I asked the author of the plugin (Pekka Virtanen) about this a long time ago, he said that the fix would require some user interface changes. > >I strongly recommend using Gentoo for VDR. > I hope, this is not necessary. Slack is fine too. ;) So is Debian GNU/Linux (unstable). I'm using self-built kernel, DirectFB, ffmpeg, vdr and plugins. I believe that the Debian packaged ones would be good by now, unless you need some special patches to vdr. Even then, you could probably apply the patches to the Debian source package and build your own binary package. Marko _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr