Hi Klaus,

yes, very good ... :)

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Kind regards
Frank

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Von: vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-boun...@linuxtv.org] Im Auftrag von
Klaus Schmidinger
Gesendet: Freitag, 6. Februar 2015 18:22
An: vdr@linuxtv.org
Betreff: Re: [vdr] Advice from native speakers needed: To "bisect" or to
"halve"?

Thanks for all the helpful responses.

The final verdict is:

   Initial duration for adaptive skipping (s) = 120
                          Defines the number of seconds to jump from the
current replay
                          position in either direction, when pressing the
'1' or '3'
                          key for the first time after the "Reset timeout
for adaptive
                          skipping".
                          The valid range is 10...600.

   Reset timeout for adaptive skipping (s) = 3
                          Defines the number of seconds after which pressing
the
                          '1' or '3' key falls back to the "Initial duration
for adaptive
                          skipping".
                          The valid range is 0...10. Setting the timeout to
0 disables
                          the adaptive mode and makes '1' and '3' always
skip the number
                          of seconds configured as the initial duration.

   Alternate behavior for adaptive skipping = no
                          When skipping in adaptive mode with the '1' and
'3' keys, the
                          distance of the skip is halved with every key
press after the
                          first change of direction. While this allows for
locating a
                          particular position in a recording very fast, once
you make
                          one step too many in the current direction you
have no chance
                          of ever reaching the desired point any more. You
will have to
                          wait for the timeout to occur and start adaptive
skipping anew.
                          If this option is set to 'yes', the skip distance
will only be
                          halved if the direction actually changes. That
way, even if
                          you missed the target point, you can still back up
to it.

Klaus

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