Testing on a range of recordings of DVB-T in Australia;
root@htpc:~# cat /tmp/size.txt | grep "Maximum TS" | sort -n | uniq -c
1 Maximum TS package frame size needed for this video recording: 32
122 Maximum TS package frame size needed for this video recording: 5
42 Maximum TS package frame size needed for this video recording: 6
1 Maximum TS package frame size needed for this video recording: 7
On 17 January 2014 09:51, Antti Hartikainen <ami+...@ah.fi> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 09:34:07PM +0100, Eike wrote:
>> I need some help from VDR users - for variety reasons especially from those
>> not in Germany.
>> There's a glitch in the frame detection of VDR. It sometimes misses the
>> first possibility to record a stream.
>> It looks on frames of at least 5 * 188 bytes, and depending on the stream,
>> sometimes 6 frames are needed.
>> Trouble is, I'm not sure if 6 is enough for everybody. Thus I need your
>> I need reports which number your stream resulted in (the "Maximum TS package
>> frame size") and what you've tested
>> (Cable? Satellite? Terrestrical? HD, SD? Your country?). The result is
>> interesting even if it is 5 or 6.
> Here is results from my recordings.
> 5 : 2315
> 6 : 24
> Mixed content of SD and HD, recorded from various sources: Finnish DVB-T
> (Digita), DVB-T2 (DNA) and various satellite sources.
> Hope this helps.
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