[mythtv] Re: Another problem with nuvexport and possible fix...

George Styles george at ripnet.co.uk
Mon Nov 15 10:12:40 UTC 2004

I thought it wass a PS not a TS. I thought that Myth pulled the PS outof the 
TS when it recorded, otherwise wouldnt you be storing ALL the channels on 
that mux when you record?



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gavin Hurlbut" <gjhurlbu+mythtv-dev at beirdo.ca>
Newsgroups: beirdo.mail.mythtv.dev
To: <mythtv-dev at mythtv.org>
Sent: Monday, November 15, 2004 1:04 AM
Subject: [mythtv] Re: Another problem with nuvexport and possible fix...

> George Styles <george at ripnet.co.uk> wrote:
>> Chris - are you prepared to accept one or both of these patches? its 
>> annoying to have to re-apply them each time I book out the CVS. I think 
>> the first one is fairly non-controversial, whereas the second one may 
>> need a switch if it breaks the encode for any other people.
> It's good to see some feedback from DVB users.  However, when we look at
> integrating that, we'll have to make sure that it doesn't break the far 
> more
> common case of PVR-x50 cards.  I'm not sure that removing the mpeg2 input
> flag is a good idea in the general case.  I think it might make more sense 
> to
> create a separate set of detection/parsing setup for DVB files 
> specifically.
> The output of DVB in MythTV is an MPEG2-TS, correct?  We should look at a 
> more
> foolproof way to distinguish between MPEG2-TS and MPEG2-PS if so. 
> Something
> for us all to think about.
> I guess we'll have to test the changes no matter what. :)
> Ciao
> Gavin


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