mark at digivation.com.au
Mon Feb 17 04:07:10 UTC 2014
On 17/02/2014 12:58 PM, Jonas Arndt wrote:
> Now why on earth would I need 1 Gbps to run watch liveTV? No issues
> with recorded shows on the 100 Mbit NIC. I don't know much about the
> Myth streaming protocol but it seems there is stuff going on there for
> LiveTV that would require a much larger bandwidth then one would expect.
perhaps this is due to the out of band seek table updates that occur
during live tv and growing recordings.
see MythPlayer::IsNearEnd I think.
This occurs reasonably frequently to check for end of file and near end
to slow down timestretch.
Its been a long time since I looked at this stuff but the recorder
GetFramesWritten would be called a lot if close to real time and a
Perhaps this info needs to go inband in the myth protocol stream so it
never gets called out of band.
There may alo be other things like this that I dont know about.
I had this 100M bandwidth effect too at one stage before I switched to
1G network between the BE and FE. This behaviour changed all of the
sudden at one point but I cant remember when. Sometime post 0.25 I
think. Still running recent master.
my 2c and HTH
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