[mythtv-users] debugging nuvexport?

Cory Papenfuss papenfuss at juneau.me.vt.edu
Sat Sep 18 18:27:25 EDT 2004

 	I thought I'd tried the -debug, but apparently I didn't have my dashes 
or cases in the right place.  It appears to go now with that, and the reason 
for the abort should have been obvious to me... no cutlist found!  Ooops... 
Don't I feel sheepish.


* Cory Papenfuss							*
* Electrical Engineering candidate Ph.D. graduate student               *
* Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 			*

On Sat, 18 Sep 2004, Greg wrote:

> I had a problem using the mpeg2cut into nuvexport similar to what you
> describe. I think you can run nuvexport with a '-debug' option to get
> more details.
> As far as the problem I had goes... Well first off I don't run the
> install.sh script, I just unpack and run, which works for me, however I
> don't use nuvexport heavily. Basically for mpeg2cut and sql/nuv
> exporting. Using the debug option I determined that mpeg2cut was not
> being executed when run from nuvexport (by running ./nuvexport in the
> directory it resides). I modified the file 'export_MPEG2_cut.pm' on line
> 87 and added 'sh' to the front of the string stored in the $command
> variable.
> my $command = "sh mpeg2cut $main::video_dir/$self->{episode}->{filename}
> $safe_outfile $self->{episode}->{lastgop} ";
> That got the script working for me.
> Greg
> On Sat, 2004-09-18 at 16:18, Chris Petersen wrote:
>>>     I've been playing with nuvexport a bit, but have been unsuccessful
>>> getting the mpeg2mpeg2 cutting to work.  I've (allegedly) got all the
>>> prereqs installed (with Xvfb rather than gdk-cursed).  When I try to
>>> export MPEG2MPEG2, it splashes something up quickly, and then quits.
>>> Any way to make debugging on this go to get some more useful messages?
>> The best thing to do would be to get onto irc #mythtv-users and chat
>> with Beirdo (who wrote the mpeg2 cut script).
>> -Chris

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