[mythtv-users] Re:Exporting NUV files to Xvid/Divx

Ben Rometsch ben at solidstategroup.com
Wed Sep 8 12:25:52 EDT 2004

> Apologies - Should have posted this with the original message. 
> gentoo nuvexport # nuvinfo
> Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at
> /usr/local/share/nuvexport/nuv_utils.pm line 158.
> [tcprobe] MPEG packetized elementary stream (PES)

that's weird.  tcprobe support was added specifically because mpgtx 
couldn't handle mpeg streams.  Unfortunately, since I don't have access 
to a dvb stream file, I'm somewhat at a loss for helping you with this. 
  However, if you can find a program that will give you AV info about 
one of your files (I need frame rates, frame size, sample rates, etc -- 
like  `tcprobe -i` shows), I'll be happy to add it into nuvexport.



Here is my output of tcprobe on a NUV...

gentoo store # tcprobe  -i 1003_20040905215700_20040905223000.nuv
[tcprobe] MPEG packetized elementary stream (PES)
[tcprobe] summary for 1003_20040905215700_20040905223000.nuv, (*) = not
default, 0 = not detected
      audio track: -a 0 [0] -e 48000,16,2 [48000,16,2] -n 0x50 [0x2000] (*)
                   PTS=45272.4772, bitrate=256 kbps
detected (7) presentation unit(s) (SCR reset)

Is this all you need? If not I could record a couple of seconds of a show
and upload it to my web server? That would not be too large? I'm not sure
how else to get the information out of the file...

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