On 06/13/09 14:40, Mr. Tux wrote:
> What if the broadcaster does not send RST signal 2? I never see
> any other status signal in syslog than status 4 with this broadcaster.
Well, then it starts recording when the rst goes to 4.
Running status 2 means that the broadcast is about to start, and allows
a recorder to get ready for recording in time, so that nothing is
missed when the broadcast actually starts (with status 4).
Unfortunately some broadcasters just don't care about standards...
>> Message: 7
>> Date: Sat, 13 Jun 2009 11:47:59 +0200
>> From: Klaus Schmidinger <klaus.schmidin...@cadsoft.de>
>> Subject: Re: [vdr] howto change time of epg grap?
>> If a channel is recorded using "VPS" (which is implemented by using the
>> PDC descriptors), a particular event has its official broadcast time
>> encoded in the PDC descriptor, and that's how VDR assigns an event to
>> the timer. Whatever that event's data is at the time the recording starts
>> (which happens when the "running status" of the event goes to 2) will be
>> stored as the recording's info.
>> I don't see how "waiting a few minutes" would do any good here.
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