[mythtv-users] Can I play a nuv file on a non-myth computer
shaun at lowry.me.uk
Thu Aug 18 13:34:01 UTC 2005
You need to use replex (http://unix.freshmeat.net/projects/dvb-replex/)
on the nuv files to remultiplex the TS data to PS. Replex doesn't
always pick the right aPID though, so if you get no audio, high-pitched
whining or the audio description track try re-replexing and selecting a
> Nick wrote:
>> On 8/18/05, Sim <simon.hampton at freebel.net> wrote:
>>> I have a problem that DVDs and myth recordings have jerky feedback.
>>> I'd like
>>> to check that the recordings are perfect even if playback is a problem
>> Assuming the other computer has MPEG2 playback codecs and the nuv file
>> comes from either DVB or was recorded by an ivtv capture card, you
>> should be able to play them (they are essentially MPEG2 files renamed
>> to nuv).
> I've just been through a discussion about using DVB recorded nuv files,
> and they are NOT proper mpeg2. The are not accepted by DVD authoring
> programs like DVDstyler (which claims they are missing a header) and
> apparently they are missing other stuff as well.
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