[mythtv] Re: [mythtv-commits] Re: Ticket #767: No LiveTV audio & Floating point exception when trying to change audio channel

Daniel Kristjansson danielk at cuymedia.net
Thu Dec 8 11:00:35 EST 2005

On Thu, 2005-12-08 at 15:21 +0000, MythTV wrote:
> #767: No LiveTV audio & Floating point exception when trying to change audio
> channel
>  No I'm not using a hardware decoder - I enabled that option a very long
>  time back on advice from a dev and had forgotten all about it! I will
>  disable it
It might have been me, there were some audio problems with multiple
audio streams. But I believe the changes I made earlier this week
addressed the audio re-initialization problems.

>  At least having some fallback when the desired language isn't available
>  will avoid future problems.
Yep, it is in SVN now.

>  I'm not aware that an option had been added
>  anywhere to change the preferred language - I can't find it where mythtv-
>  setup suggests (Page 3 of TV/General).
It's in the frontend "Setup->Appearance" on the third page. The reason it
is there is because it is both a backend and frontend setting, so I figured
it would make the most sense to put it right after the UI language setting.

>  I know it can be changed direct in the database but perhaps it would be
>  better to default to English (instead of Afar) and add the option to
>  change in setup. No default language is perfect but I suspect that DVB is
>  not currently being used in the Afar speaking regions of Africa.
It doesn't currently default to Afar, it only does that if you
ran a MythTV instance checked out during the few weeks where it
did. If you clear the ISO 639-2 language settings it will default
to your UI language the next time you start myth.

-- Daniel

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