[mythtv] [mythtv-users] MythTV snv: Internal Player with mpeg2 files - wrong length a
skamithi at gmail.com
Sat Apr 7 00:48:54 UTC 2007
For the internal player, the ".vob" extension is not flagged as a file type
that may contain dvd nav packets.
Only ".iso" and ".img" file types are flagged as dvd file types. Should
".vob" be included in this list ?
DVD files don't need to have
mythcommflag --video executed since the dvdnav packets provide position
On 4/6/07, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 04/06/2007 06:42 PM, Robin Gilks wrote:
> >> On 04/06/2007 06:33 AM, Robin Gilks wrote:
> >>>> Seektables allow fast and "exact" seeking in MPEG-2 for Myth. AIUI,
> >>>> without seektable information, Myth tries to use avformat's seeking
> >>>> (which is inexact and slow).
> >>> So how do the seek tables get referenced for MythVideo files? I
> >>> it was only the TV player that looked for them...
> >> Take a look at "mythcommflag --video".
> > Thanks Mike - that explains it - not accessible via a remote control,
> > a keyboard and an xterm...
> The same as putting the file in the MythVideo directory?
> But I was mainly saying to look at the code around that to see how
> seektables work with videos... I don't put MPEG-2 files into my
> MythVideo directory to play with the Internal player, so I have no
> experience with the requirements.
> (But, I don't think it's required, and I know there have been some
> changes in SVN trunk for playback without seektables, and I don't know
> how well 0.20-fixes works for this. So you'll either have to dig
> through the code yourself or wait until someone qualified to discuss the
> playback of MPEG-2 videos using the Internal player without seektables
> joins the thread.)
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