[mythtv-users] PVR350, CC, and mythdvd
GREG & AMY LINDLEY
glindley2 at msn.com
Mon Jun 20 14:58:18 UTC 2005
Thanks for the info and I have looked into these options already. It sounds
like I need to explain things a little better. We use a tvguardian to
filter some of the language in our movies. This allows us to watch movies
as a family that we wouldn't normally watch. This only works off the CC/VBI
data. If I can't get this working, my little project appears to be a bust
and the DVD player has to go back in. If nobody has this working on the
350, does anyone have other options that do work?
>From: Scott <catfather at donpoo.net>
>Reply-To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
>To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
>Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] PVR350, CC, and mythdvd
>Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2005 23:58:40 -0400
>On Jun 19, 2005, at 6:36 PM, GREG & AMY LINDLEY wrote:
>>Right, I can get that much working also. What I need to be able to do is
>>pass the VBI data to the TV so that the TV can display the CC. Is
>>anybody able to do this or has anyone tried?
>One of the primary reasons I use MythTV is for DVD/VOB playback with CC to
>a DLP projector which has no CC decoder.
>Rather than passing the VBI data from the DVD/VOB out for the TV to decode
>why don't you have Xine or mplayer decode the CC and display them along
>with the video? This works great for me when used with DVDs and for DVDs
>that don't have CC I fall back to EN subtitles.
>The magic lines in my ~/.xine/config are:
>Or in my ~/.mplayer/config I use:
> subcc = on
>Remember, not all DVDs have CC. Some clam to have CC on the back of the
>box but actually use EN subtitles in place of CC data. If you're unsure
>test out your DVD in a standard DVD player with your TV set to CC1 decode
>and DVD subtitles off.
>Scott <catfather at donpoo.net>
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