Hmmm, is that the right patch that you linked to?

It appears to fix an I-frame detection problem and not a picture start
code problem.  (The patch fails on vdr 1.7.17, but it looks like it
belongs inside the if statement for the picture start code [ie. it
only executes that code after the start code was detected)

On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 4:37 PM, dplu <d...@free.fr> wrote:
> Hi
>
> Did you try this patch ?
>
> http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.linux.vdr/42765
>
> We have the same kind of problem in France, picture start code equal zero and
> not 1 as define in mpeg standard
>
> @+
>
> Le Sunday 10 April 2011 22:09:31 John Klimek, vous avez écrit :
>> I'm trying to record from an MPEG-2 stream and I'm getting an error
>> "ERROR: video data stream broken".
>>
>> I've narrowed down the problem to remux.c where it's looking for the
>> Picture Start Code (0x00000100) and it's never finding it so it's
>> timing out.  I'm not exactly sure why this is happening since
>> everything works fine in other DVB applications, etc.
>>
>> I've also applied Klaus's frame detection patch (from March 20th?) and
>> it didn't help but here was my stderr output:
>> ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>///// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>> Delta = 1501  FPS = 59.94  FPPU = 0 NF = 0
>> ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>///
>> ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>>////////////////////////
>>
>> Can anybody give me a hand?
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
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