On 11.07.2011, at 03:21, Laz <l...@club-burniston.co.uk> wrote: > > Hi, > > I'm currently updating the softdevice plugin to work with the changes to TS > format that started with vdr-1.7.1 and also current versions of ffmpeg > (libavcodec does the actual decoding). > > I've made some progress with vdr-1.7.19: > > Old PES recordings play fine (as I'd hoped they would!) > > New TS recordings play: the video looks fine. PlayTSVideo convertes to PES > and passes that to PlayVideo of the output device (I assume it would be > relatively straightforward to implement a proper PlayTs using avcodec but > that's for a later date!). The sound is totally messed up: just lots of > random buzzing noises (not looked into the audio yet). > > Tranfer mode does not work at all, all I get is a black screen and silence. > > Before I dig into buffers, etc., is there any difference between the streams > sent to PlayTS in transfer mode and in playback? I see that transfer mode > generates a PAT/PMT on the fly and passes the stream directly to PlayTs. > > Does a similar thing happen to a recording, i.e. the PAT/PMT is added before > writing to disk and then the stream sent during playback is identical to that > which would have been sent if it had been watched in transfer mode? Does the > output device ulitimately receive the same set of PES packets?
In Transfer Mode onlx one single PAT/PMT is generated at the very start of it, while a recording contains a PAT/PMT at the beginning of every GOP. Klaus _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr