On 05/06/08 22:26, Anssi Hannula wrote: > Otto J. Makela wrote: >> Fedora 8, vdr-1.4.7-6.fc8 and old full-feature Terratec C-card. >> I've configured vdr to start two minutes before the time of the program, >> and ten minutes after the recording, in case timing is a bit off. >> >> For some reason, when recording the Finnish National broadcaster's (YLE) >> programs, vdr every time wants to switch files just before the actual program >> starts. Unfortunately it fails and ends up doing it just slightly too late, >> causing a few frames of the program to end up at the tail of the two-minute >> preamble. Quite inconvenient from an editing point of view. >> >> What causes this (does YLE send a the-program-starts-now type of signaling?), >> I haven't found a way to disable this in spite of going through the >> configuration files? > > The audio/subtitle pids are updated when a program changes, and that > causes VDR to re-tune and switch recording file. > > I'm not sure if VDR is intelligent enough to not re-tune if only the > descriptions change.
It is ;-) > I guess one could also implement it in a way so that re-tune/fileswitch > are not needed. I guess the pids are actually changed at the moment the program starts - there should be related log messages. Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr