There's now experimental support for libxine, so you can use
xineliboutput with vdr-sxfe. See here;
Google translate should let get the gist of details required to try it out.
On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 11:28 PM, André Weidemann
> On 28.05.2013 19:00, Jose Alberto Reguero wrote:
>> On Martes, 28 de mayo de 2013 18:31:19 Klaus Schmidinger escribió:
>>> On 28.05.2013 17:16, Jose Alberto Reguero wrote:
>>>> I am trying to play vdr recordings with a raspberry pi and the not
>>>> recording play well, but a edited recording don't play. Is there are any
>>>> differences between a not edited recording and a edited one?
>>>> The recordings are made with vdr 2.0.
>>> Do they not play at all (not even a single frame) or are there
>>> disturbences at/after the editing points?
>> They not play at all. I get black screen and no audio.
> Which software do you use to play the VDR recordings? Proof me wrong, but as
> far as I know, there is no VDR-plugin which can output the video directly
> via HDMI on the Raspberry Pi.
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