Tony Grant wrote:
> First a question asked on the Forum that did not get a reply:
> - PCM volume is being turned down to 0 which is very annoying
> Where do I change these settings?
> SetDigitalAudioDevice: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
These commands from VDR don't change the volume. Have a look for
In vdr-xine's setup menu, you can control how vdr-xine handles volume
An excerpt from vdr-xine's MANUAL:
Control xine's volume: Yes (by hardware)
Allows you to control whether xine shall honor VDR's set volume
might need this if you have a special setup (e. g. external audio decoder or
amplifier) where changing the volume in xine might mute external audio:
xine isn't instructed to change the volume.
* Yes (by hardware)
xine will change the volume by changing the hardware mixer (won't work
when using a digital audio output).
* Yes (by software)
xine will change the volume by using it's internal software mixer (should
work even when using a digital audio output).
Lets you choose among several options how xine shall process VDR's muting
Muting respectively unmuting requests will be ignored.
Muting respectively unmuting requests will be executed.
Muting is simulated by setting volume to 0. Unmuting is simulated by
restoring the previous volume.
NOTE: This happens even if "Control xine's volume" is set to "No"!
> The new versions of VDR and xine plugin:
> - xine CPU usage is up 10% from 35% to 45% on my Epia M10000. I am
> using xine-lib 1.1.8 and the CVS version of xine-ui (I could not log
> into CVS this morning to get xine-lib)
Do I get it right: it increased from 10% to 35% - 45%?
> - when it works it seem very fluid and zapping seems faster
... seems faster than what?
> - any attempt at using the xine configuration dialog results in a lock
Cannot reproduce this here.
> - vdradmin 3.6.0 am has problems staying connected to VDR
I'm sorry, I do not have any test results here so far.
Dipl.-Inform. (FH) Reinhard Nissl
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