No! Let's not lose momentum on VDR moving forward. I am intrigued as
to whether this move towards TS will improve performance for my H264
BTW, vompserver (CVS) / epgsearch etc all work with latest VDR and
multiproto. I use it here.
On Feb 3, 2008 1:25 PM, Klaus Schmidinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 02/03/08 13:36, Ales Jurik wrote:
> > On Sunday 03 February 2008, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> >> So, here's the straw poll:
> >> Should there be a stable version 1.6.0 now, based on what's in
> >> version 1.5.14, but without DVB-S2 or even H.264 support?
> >> Yes or No?
> >> Klaus
> > Hi Klaus,
> > I vote for DVB-S2/H.264 (HDTV) support. But if it is a problem with some
> > distros could it be there time-compile switch to choose which drivers to
> > use?
> The developer version will only support one driver API officially,
> and that's the "multiproto" API.
> > I thing it would be disadvantage to leave at whole such a well prepared part
> > of vdr.
> It wouldn't be left out of the developer version (which would then be
> numbered 1.7.x).
> The question was whether there is enough demand for a stable version
> *now*, based on what is in version 1.5.14, but without the switch
> to DVB-S2 (and thus the "multiproto" driver).
> So far there have been 19 votes here on the list, 11 No and 8 Yes.
> I have asked the same question over on vdrportal.de, and there the
> situation looks a lot different: 90 votes, 70 Yes, 20 No.
> For the final result all votes given here on the ML and on vdrportal.de
> will be added up.
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