[mythtv-users] Archiving Shows to DVD

Darren Black lists.drdaz at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 22:22:57 UTC 2005


On 8/27/05, Martin Bene <martin.bene at icomedias.com> wrote:
> 
> > I've uploaded a new tarball for mythburn to my server,
> > http://mabene.icomedias.com/mythburn/mythburn.tar.gz.
> > - reworked the XML structure for dvdauthor:
> 
> And unfortunately got it wrong :-( DVD generation fails without chapter
> menu.
> 
> Fixed version online, (you'll get mythburn_20050827b.tar.gz) if you
> download again; sorry for the fubar.
> Bye, Martin
> 

Hi there,

I'm having some trouble creating the DVD image to be burned... The
error is quite odd. I found somebody complaining of the same in one of
the mysettopbox threads, but no solution to the problem. Here's the
log output:

Re-multiplexing file /video/recordings/1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.nuv
use last config or standard ...
ProjectX 0.82.1.02/07.05.2005 TEST PROJECT ONLY , User: apache

quick CL usage: (Note: CL also loads the GUI components, without displaying)
without options  ...to start the GUI
[options] <sourcefile 1>...[<sourcefile x>]

options: -dvx1..4, -c <x>, -o <x>, -n <x>, -l, -p <x>, -i <x>, -g
-c [path]inifile  ...use that specified iniFile instead of the standard
-dvx1  ...create a .d2v ProjectFile on demux
-dvx2  ...create a .d2v ProjectFile + .ac3.wav (RIFF WAVE Header)
-dvx3  ...create a .d2v ProjectFile + .mpa.wav (RIFF WAVE Header)
-dvx4  ...create a .d2v ProjectFile + .ac3.wav + mpa.wav (RIFF WAVE Header)
-o <path>  ...use that specified directory for output
-n <filename>  ...use that specified filename for output
-p <file>  ...use that text based file as cutpoint list
-i <tokens>  ...use only these (P)IDs, separated by comma ","
-g  ...display the GUI using all given CLI options
-l  ...write the normal logfile
use -dvx OR -c & -o/-n/-l/-p/-i/-g or no options (for std)

java.version    1.4.2_06
java.vendor     Sun Microsystems Inc.
java.home       /usr/lib/jre
java.vm.version 1.4.2_06-b03
java.vm.vendor  Sun Microsystems Inc.
java.vm.name    Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM
java.class.vers 48.0
java.class.path /home/mythtv/projectx/projectx.jar


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
(1) this is a free Java based demux utility.
(2) It is intended for educational purposes only, as a non-commercial
test project.
(3) It may not be used otherwise. Most parts are only experimental.
(4) released under the terms of the GNU GPL.
(5) there is NO WARRANTY of any kind attached to this software.
(6) use it at your own risk and for your own education as it was meant.

-> to agree to these terms you have to start the GUI first
Saturday, August 27, 2005  11:44:17 PM CEST
ProjectX 0.82.1.02 (07.05.2005)

<<< session infos >>>

-> working with collection 0

-> normal log file
-> write all video data
-> write all other data
-> patch c.d.flagged infos of pictures
-> add sequence end code
-> set resolution in SDE

-> write output files to: ./

-> Input File 0: 
/video/recordings/1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.nuv (3671295936
bytes)
-> File is MPEG-2 PS/SS (Video/Audio PES)
-> demux
-> found PES-ID 0xE0 (MPEG Video) @ 38200000_20050502213500.nuv
-> found PES-ID 0xC0 (MPEG Audio) @ 36878
-> video basics: 720*576 @ 25fps @ 0.6735 (4:3) @ 6500000bps, vbvBuffer 112
-> starting export of video data @ GOP# 0
!> dropping useless B-Frames @ GOP# 0 / new Timecode 00:00:00.000
100% demuxing A/V PES file 1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.nuv
-> Video: fr/ ct/ 1p/ cg/ og/ dg -> 142402/ 1/ 0/ 11867/ 0/ 0
-> Video length: 142402 frames @ 01:34:56.080
-> GOP summary: min. 20, max. 24 fields; contains interlaced frames
-> avg. nom. bitrate 4504510bps (min/max: 1083200/7152400)
-> set first sequenceheader bitrate to 7152400bps
---> new File: ./1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.m2v

--> MPEG Audio (0xC0)
Audio PTS: first packet 00:00:00.320, last packet 01:34:56.1202213500.mp
Video PTS: start 1.GOP 00:00:00.400, end last GOP 01:34:56.480
-> adjusting audio at video-timeline
!> missing syncword @  2016, @ 00:00:00.00050502200000_20050502213500.mp
!> found syncword @ 2304
-> src_audio: MPEG-1, Layer2, 48000Hz, stereo, 384kbps, noCRC @ 00:00:00.000
!> 14 frame(s) (336ms) added @ 01:34:55.7520050502200000_20050502213500.mp
audio frames: wri/pre/skip/ins/add 237337/0/0/0/14 @ 01:34:56.088 done...
---> new File: ./1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.mpa

summary of created media files:
.Video (m2v):   142402 Frames   01:34:56.080           
'./1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.m2v'
Audio 0 (mp2):  237337 Frames   01:34:56.088    0/0/0/14       
'./1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.mpa'
=> 3480668788 bytes written...
mplex -o /incoming/mythburn/1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.nuv -f
8 1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.m2v
./1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.mpa
----- datestamp=27-08-2005 23:49
Building MPEG2 GOP index files...
----- datestamp=27-08-2005 23:49
----- datestamp=27-08-2005 23:49
(ioaux.c) invalid file
"/incoming/mythburn/1001_20050502200000_20050502213500.nuv"
***********************************
MythTV BurnDVD stopped due to error
***********************************
Sent UDP/XML packet to IP 255.255.255.255 and port: 6948

I'm really not sure why it's looking for .nuv files in there -
/incoming is my all purpose dump directory and not where myth's
recordings are stored. The script is quite clear about this however,
since it demuxes the original.

Any ideas?

Cheers,
/drdaz


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