On 10.6.2011 21:11, VDR User wrote:
recording a HD TV programme still results in a VDR emergency exit even in
the latest VDR dev version:

Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] live timer 1 (86 1928-2010 'Doctors')
added
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5534] timer 1 (86 1928-2010 'Doctors') set
to event Fri 10.06.2011 19:30-20:00 'Doctors'
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] switching device 1 to channel 86
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] timer 1 (86 1928-2010 'Doctors') start
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] Title: 'Doctors' Subtitle: '(null)'
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] record
/var/lib/video/Doctors/2011-06-10.19.28.86-0.rec
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] creating directory
/var/lib/video/Doctors
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] creating directory
/var/lib/video/Doctors/2011-06-10.19.28.86-0.rec
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5512] recording to
'/var/lib/video/Doctors/2011-06-10.19.28.86-0.rec/00001.ts'
Jun 10 19:38:02 localhost vdr: [5556] recording thread started (pid=5512,
tid=5556)
Jun 10 19:38:03 localhost vdr: [5524] timer 1 (86 1928-2010 'Doctors') set
to event Fri 10.06.2011 19:30-20:00 'Doctors'
Jun 10 19:38:33 localhost vdr: [5556] ERROR: video data stream broken
Jun 10 19:38:33 localhost vdr: [5556] initiating emergency exit
Jun 10 19:38:33 localhost vdr: [5512] emergency exit requested - shutting
down

The same problem appears with all HD (H.264) channels, be it BBC HD or HBO
HD or anything else.

Could anyone please look into it? :-(

I've just read a post from another user who had this problem.
Apparently his channels.conf contained wrong info and enabling 'update
names&  pids' (or whatever it's called) fixed it.


Wow, great, that fixed it! Thanks!

I think, however, that this should be either noted somewhere or the VDR should handle the error more gracefully...

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Luboš Doležel

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