On 05/04/08 22:27, Pasi Juppo wrote:
> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>> On 05/04/08 19:29, Pasi Juppo wrote:
>>> Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
>>>> On 05/04/08 18:18, Teemu Suikki wrote:
>>>>> Sorry if I'm asking FAQ's, I tried to search the old articles but
>>>>> there was no clear answer..
>>>>> I have been trying to watch vdr recordings with PS3, through fuppes
>>>>> and/or mediatomb upnp servers. It sort of "works" through transcoding
>>>>> PES->TS or PES->PS, but it feels slow and jerky when compared to
>>>>> formats natively supported by PS3..
>>>>> Anyway, there have been articles about vdr supporting TS recording at
>>>>> some point, how is this going? This would be ideal for me, because
>>>>> mpeg-ts does work with PS3.
>>>>> Also I found the ts-recording patch, but this is not really a solution
>>>>> for me because I need to watch the same recordings with VDR as well,
>>>>> and it's not practical to use double space for both .ts and .vdr
>>>>> formats.. So VDR would need to support TS playback as well.
>>>> This is actually what I am currently working on.
>>>> VDR 1.7.x will soon begin using TS as its recording format.
>>>> Replay of existing recordings (in PES) will, of course, be possible
>>> Will old recording be converted automatically to TS if they are edited 
>>> in VDR (cutting) or shall other tools be used for this?
>> I'm currently not planning on automatically converting old recordings.
>> However, if an external tool converts existing PES recordings to TS,
>> VDR should be able to play them.
> I assume that this will mean also that old recordings cannot be edited 
> with new VDR unless it contains also support for PES editing, correct?

VDR will be able to edit PES recordings just as it is right now.
The "cutter" code doesn't care if the actual recording is PES or TS.
Except maybe for the cRemux::SetBrokenLink() call - but I'll cross that bridge
when I get there...


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