I use noad just to set cut marks and then let VDR jump over the commercials when I watch the recordings.

It should be possible to let VDR cut the recording also after noad is done, but the cut marks are sometimes a little bit off and sometimes not correct at all depending on the channels that I record from, so I like to have the ability to move them or just jump back or forward a minute. In general, noad is really good, but on some channels it does not work reliably enough to just cut.


BR Reiner.

Am 24.09.2014 15:28, schrieb Norm Dressler:
Thank you Reiner,

I searched for noad but could not find it.  I have it installed now
and am trying it out.  How do you create a recording with the
commercials cut out?  Or do you just rely on VDR to do it on the fly?

Norm

On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 11:15 PM, Reiner Bühl <rei...@buehl.net>
wrote:

Hi Norm,

I use noad (http://noad.net23.net/ [2]) to detect commercials and
set cut marks.

Best regards,
Reiner.

Am 24.09.2014 01 [3]:25, schrieb Norm Dressler:

Are there any scripts out there to perform commercial detection
and
automatic cutting?

I run VDR headless on a server, with 2 RPI devices as my
frontends. 
All recording is done on the headless VDR.  I use VDRADMINd to
set my
timers.

I have a "Scanner' configured in my Plex Media Server to scan the
recording directory of the VDR headless system and automatically
add
it to my Plex media server for later viewing by one of the many
Plex
viewers.

With this in mind, are there any scripts or plugins that can
automatically detect and cut out commercials?  I know we can run
a
post-recording script which would likely be the best way?

Thanks
Norm
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