En/na Tony Houghton ha escrit: > On Sat, 28 Feb 2009 19:29:07 +0100 > Luca Olivetti <l...@ventoso.org> wrote: > > [Subtitles out of sync] > >> En/na Klaus Schmidinger ha escrit: >>> On 28.02.2009 18:35, Luca Olivetti wrote: >>>> En/na Klaus Schmidinger ha escrit: >>>> >>>>> Please send me the channels.conf line of itv3 - I'd like to take a look >>>>> at this myself. >>>> ITV3;BSkyB:10906:vC56M2O0S0:S28.2E:22000:3348:3349=eng,3350=NAR:2373:0:10260:2:2054:0 >>> Just took a look, and they are perfectly in sync. >> Strange, I see them a little bit early right now (not much) but it's >> worse with recordings. >> Maybe it's just Poirot, but I swear I have to use teletext subtitles >> with those recordings. > > What sort of output device are you using? Maybe xine or whatever your > decoder is has a problem that Klaus' hardware decoder doesn't?
I thought of that (I'm using both xine and a dxr3), but that's the only channel where I have dvb subtitles out of sync. In fact, with networked xine, teletext subtitles are usually quite bad in recordings (that's the reason at the time I patched the plugin to delay them), while I never had problems with dvb subtitles (except for the above mentioned itv3). > I've also noticed that A/V sync problems are much more likely and/or > severe with recordings than live TV. Maybe the switch to TS recording > will correct that. Additionally, it seems to me that old programmes, > especially films, are the most prone to A/V sync problems. No, I don't have any problem with A/V sync. Bye -- Luca _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr