On 27.12.2012 18:48, Udo Richter wrote:
Am 27.12.2012 14:43, schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
If you want to use your "hardlink cutter" with recent versions of VDR,
you could simply patch out the calls to DanglingPacketStripper.Process(),
GetPendingPackets() and ptsFixer.Fix() in
There will be no fixing of timestamps and continuity counters then, but I
guess you don't need that, anyway...
Its probably a bit more tricky than that, as the exact definition of editing
marks has changed. (eg. two marks at same place, including the ending GOP, etc.)
It needs a proper rewrite from scratch to get at least the old style back, and
my time is way to limited.
I don't see why you would have to even care about this modified handling of
This is all taken care for in cCuttingThread::Action(), and
only has to make sure the data from BeginIndex to EndIndex-1 goes into the
Just take a short look at the new code. I'm sure you'll see how the fromMarks
is now completely separated from the actual data handling.
A pragmatic quick-hack I've thought of was to set up a recording command that
launches an old VDR version's command line editing call. It also handles
editing marks the old style though.
Whatever suits you best. I was just trying to give some pointers.
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