On 14.06.2009 22:49, dplu wrote: > Hi > > I have tried to record "Kingdom" broadcasted on HD but even if I can watch it > without problem "live" ( VDR 1.7.7+ Xine 0.9.2 + VDPau), the recording is > zero size > > Is it the fact the video PID is non standard and VDR don't know how to record > it (considering it is not video) ?
What does this mean, "the video PID is non standard"? Klaus > By the way, recording of BBC HD or Anixe HD is nice at the same time .. > > Is there also a patch to prevent VDR to set video PID to zero when using the > option setup/DVB card/update name + Pids > > Any help appreciated > > Thanks > > Le Sunday 30 November 2008 19:29:43 Tony Houghton, vous avez écrit : >> On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 19:05:28 +0100 >> >> d...@free.fr wrote: >>> The line I gave is for VDR 1.7.0 native (multiproto plus) plus patch S >>> H264 .. and no more addons >>> >>> If you have no images, check if VDR did not update the channel >>> automatically and put zero on VPID .. If the option setup/dvb card/ >>> update channels is ON or "update PID" or "update name" etc , set it to >>> off and reset channel to VPID 3401 and PPID to 3401 too >>> >>> ITV HD broadcast with a special video PID and VDR is not able to catch it >>> so jerk setup every time .. there is no update for this channel from a >>> long time ITV broadcast a "service not available" when there is nothing >>> to watch, so you can setup easyly your vdr >> OK, that seems to be what happened. I just about get sound and picture, >> but not usable, because nothing but libxine recognises the stream and it >> will only use one CPU core regardless of the ffmpeg_thread_count >> setting. Perhaps it uses libx264 directly? _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr