I guess what Jjusi is explaining is that some Broadcasters (wrong
frame/sec) or in the event of bad reception etc, it can occur that
some frames are lost, and/or because vdr plays back from a more
reliable source e.g. from disk it will catch up to live tv eventualy.
I've experienced this on my dvb-s system.
On 4/2/08, VDR User <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 7:44 AM, JJussi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > recording. Because playback is faster that "real life" you reach (in
> > poin of time) place where you are 0 (zero) seconds behind on going
> > AND in that point your playback start freeze and jump loop.
> Playback is faster then watching live tv?! Maybe if you skip past the
> commercials or something! I've started playing back a recording many
> times before it was finished and never had a problem with lockup or
> that the playback was going faster then live tv!
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