Yes, I confirm this. With the latest firmware, the memory leakage is 
gone and the PCH can be used more than 20 min ;-) There is still an 
issue with the anamorphic parameter. The WSS info is not properly taken 
into account for the first 16:9 stream played. If you press the zoom 
factor you will come back to the gaya GUI and next time you want to play 
a video, it will crash the NMT. The work around consists to play another 
video type before (mkv/avi...). Otherwise using it as a VDR frontend 
works perfectly.



Frank Schmirler wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Mar 2009 15:23:51 +0100, Tomáš Skočdopole wrote
>> This week I switched to vdr-1.7.4 and streamdev-cvs (both without 
>> any patches). Its better than vdr-1.7.0 and streamdev-1.3.4 but 
>> popcornhour still sometimes freezes (while watching SD /HDTV 
>> channels) and power off from electrical network is needed.
> On German VDR portal
> (http://www.vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?postid=795607#post795607) someone
> reported that things got much better after updating PCH A-110 firmware to the
> 2009-02-26 release. Changelog indicates:
> - Fixed TS with stream6 as teletext playback cause out of memory
> That would be a reasonable explanation for having to powercycle PCH...
> Regards,
> Frank
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