Ales Jurik wrote:
> On Monday 20 of October 2008, Hannu Tirkkonen wrote:
>>> Josce
>> The subtitles and ttxtsubs are in sync when watching live... but
>> The same problem with too early exists on recordings.
>>
>> vdr 1.7.0 with reelbox plugin 9044:
>> VDR-Extensions-Patch-62/vdr-1.7.0_extensions.diff
>> DR-Extensions-Patch-62/vdr-1.7.0-ext_h264.diff
>> vdr170-ext-h264-rmm-svn8858-patch.diff
>>
>> There's a ReplayDelay option on ttxtsubs, but is it
>> possible to get the (customized) delay also for the subtitles as well?
>>
>> ...hanu
> 
> I don't see such problem:
> 
> vdr-1.7.0 with reelbox plugin 9044
> - vdr-1.7.0-h264-syncearly-framespersec-audioindexer-fielddetection-speedup
> - vdr170-h264-rmm-svn8858-patch
> 
> BR,
> 
> Ales

Just finished the clean installation of vdr-1.7.0 with same patches:
vdr-1.7.0 with reelbox plugin 9044
vdr-1.7.0-h264-syncearly-framespersec-audioindexer-fielddetection-speedup
vdr170-h264-rmm-svn8858-patch

The subtitles and ttxtsubs appears ~ 6 seconds too early.
I can live with the ttxtsubs, because of the option ReplayDelay (5000),
but watching the recordings with subtitles is quite annoying..

The recordings with ttxtsubs and subtitles are from Thor (S1.0W) 
(dvb-s/dvb-s2) and local Finnish (dvb-c) broadcaster Welho. (Canal 
Digital and Yle stuff...)

I'll try to get a sample recordings uploaded somewhere tomorrow.

br.

...hanu

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