Am Donnerstag, 17. Mai 2007 22:01 schrieb Stone: > On 5/17/07, Marius Heidenstecker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Hi everybody, > > > > I'm pleased to announce version 0.0.3 of my cut-a-lot-plugin. > > I really like the idea behind this. Can you tell me what the recommended > PTS threshhold should be for NTSC recordings? It seems like this will only > work with PAL. > > Best Regards.
From the readme: The PTS-threshold as a parameter defines how large a gap has to be at least in order to be marked. One PTS-tick is 1 / 90000 second. If you take 25 frames per second as the frame-rate, one frame is 1 / 25 * 90000 = 3600 PTS-ticks long. Usually there is an I-frame every 12 frames so the difference between two I-frame PTSs should be always 12 * 3600 = 43200 ticks. But never the less the difference were sometimes 43199 or 43201 in a few analyzed recordings. So I introduced the PTS-threshold. The default of 3605 ticks means the PTS-timestamp might jump one frame without being recognized. If you take 30 frames per sec for NTSC-recordings, you will have 1 / 30 * 90000 = 3000 PTS-ticks. So you should try 3005 for the PTS-threshold. Am I right, that you talk about the gap finder? Please let me know, if that threshold worked. Cheers, DMH _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr