Hi Dirk,

if you have a solution, pls reply the answer to your question. You
have written your solution in the vdr portal.

For the others: The pids of the channel have changed. After creating a
new channels.conf the channel can be received.

2010/10/25 Rainer Blickle <rainer.blic...@googlemail.com>:
> Hi,
> perhaps the pid's have changed. Pls do a rescan (with wscan or so) and
> compare the newly generated channels.conf with your entry.
> 2010/10/22 Dirk E. Wagner <m...@wagner-budenheim.de>:
>> Hi,
>> On 18.10.2010 12:00, vdr-requ...@linuxtv.org wrote:
>>> I have a strange problem with a relatively new DVB-T/SD/MPEG2 channel in
>>> Sweden. If I try to record from it all I get is a zero-byte file and VDR
>>> restarts after the standard 30 seconds reporting the infamous "ERROR:
>>> video
>>> data stream broken". All other channels on that mux are perfectly OK in
>>> VDR.
>> I can confirm this problem with vdr 1.6 and 1.7 with DVB-T channel Super-RTL
>> in Rhein-Main-Area in Germany. I posted this in the german vdr forum, but
>> without response:
>> http://vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=99985
>> The Super-RTL channel worked for a long time without problems. Since several
>> weeks the problem arise, so I think the dvb stream was changed.
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