[mythtv] transform.c (was: DVB subtitles and TS->PES decoder)
jesper at datapartner.se
Fri Nov 26 16:37:39 UTC 2004
Marcus Metzler wrote:
> >> First problem I run into is that hte current ts->pes parser in
> >> transform.c does not seem to parse subtitle streams, at least I
> >> cannot get it to output video, audio and subtitle streams, it
> >> seems to ignore the subtitle stream. Does anyone know if this
> >> is possible at all or should I just use my own ts->pes parser
> >> and replace the one in transform.c ?
> Jesper> I think the plan is to eventually drop transform.c
> Jesper> entirely and use a "stripped" (filtered) TS for DVB
> Jesper> instead of a PS. I think that's the way it's done in the
> Jesper> ATSC/HDTV recorder, and it would mean we could share some
> Jesper> code between DVB/ATSC. Using a TS also has some other
> Jesper> benefits, e.g. allowing the use of multiple audio audio
> Jesper> streams (e.g. both PCM & AC3).
>I mean you could drop transport.c right now, most of the code in there
>is not needed (only about 3-4 routines). Except for section handling,
>there should be no difference between DVB and ATSC and for recording
>yuo don't even need to look into the TS packets, you just need to
>filter for the PIDs. Why are there two code bases for that.
I don't think there is any good reason. I guess it's something that
happens when there are many different chefs poking in the same pot. I
don't know how big of a change it would be and what other parts of Myth
would be affected but if someone who knows had the time to do it it
would be great. :)
>By the way, you can also have more than one audio or video stream in a
Ok, I guess it's only a limitation in the implementation in Myth then.
>That would be no reason to switch to TS
>recording. Much more compelling is the fact that the PS would have to
>be properly remuxed. The TS from digital TV sources is already muxed
Yeah, I agree.
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