> so I guess it must be a xine-lib problem? or a deinterlacing problem?
Hmm, I don't see a general problem due xinelib, because a couple of guys are
watching BBC HD from Astra 28.2° here in Germany. Due to it's unfavorable
postion, Astra 28.2°, it is basically not easy to get, especially in the
southern parts of germany, but I haven't ever heard there is a general
problem with "BBC HD" using xine-lib output.
I would rather guess that your setting in config do not fit for watching BBC
HD. It's like in the german "ZDF HD", if you have not configured the minimum
buffer setting you wouldn't get any sound, whereas "Das Erste HD" does work
perfectly, even with the same low buffer settings, ..., so, there are couple
of suggestions for these settings, where you may have look at it?
Von: vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org] Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Samstag, 9. April 2011 22:27
An: VDR Mailing List
Betreff: Re: [vdr] BBC HD pixelation
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 8:05 PM, Klaus Schmidinger
> On 09.04.2011, at 19:03, Daniel Harris <mail.dhar...@googlemail.com>
>> I am currently experiencing picture pixelation when watching the BBC
>> HD station. I have tried changing the position of the dish changing
>> deinterlace settings even sending 1080i output to the tv and tuned
>> several paramaters within my xineliboutput config but this seems to
>> have no effect. The problem does not occur when watching ITV HD so I
>> am confused as to what is causing it. Is anyone watching freesat BBC
>> HD perfectly and is so how are you doing it. I have read that other
>> people have had similar problems but that seems to be a few years
>> back so I am not sure if this is a bbc problem a vdr problem or a
>> xine problem. I would appreciate any help in fixing this.
> I just watched BBC HD live for a couple of minutes and it was totally
Thank You both for the response, that has cleared thinks up a bit.
vdr using xineliboutput plays BBC HD live pixelated, plays the recording
pixelated but mplayer plays the file with no pixelation. so I guess it must
be a xine-lib problem? or a deinterlacing problem? I will give the
xine-plugin a try
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