You got it ;) The vanilla vdr din't work for me on multiproto and h264 with vdr 1.7.1. I had to set LIVEBUFFER at build time and use permanent timeshift in vdr to get an image in vdr-sxfe. I was reading somewhere, iirc. on vdr-portal.de, that this makes the dvbplayer behave like in vdr 1.7.0 for h264 streams.
cu Edgar (gimli) Hucek > On Thu, Oct 02, 2008 at 03:37:15PM +0200, gimli wrote: >> This is an extenions patch from Zulu for the vdr. >> You can find the package here : >> http://www.zulu-entertainment.de/download.php >> >> The latest extensions file is VDR-Extensions-Patch-64.tar.bz2 which >> contains the two patches i applied to vdr. This patch also contains >> h264 support for vdr. The only thing i had to do is use iirc. LIVEBUFFER >> and aktivate it also in the vdr setup.conf file to to make vdr-sxfe work >> with vdr 1.7.1. > > Oops, I finally understand it : I should first patch with : > vdr-1.7.1_extensions.diff and vdr-1.7.1-ext_h264.diff ;-) > > Now it apply cleanly. > > Thanks, I'll gonna test it !!! > -- > Grégoire FAVRE http://gregoire.favre.googlepages.com > http://www.gnupg.org > http://picasaweb.google.com/Gregoire.Favre > > > _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr