[mythtv-users] Ghost image on my PVR-350
deniscarl at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 23:49:10 UTC 2007
v4l2-ctl is installed with my new version of MythDora but it does not
support any command that look close to dnr_mode, dnr_spatial or (the most
important if I understand what I read yesterday) dnr_temporal
So, I'm still stuck with ghosts... let me show you:
20 secs video (extracted from a recorded show using the command: ffmpeg -i
2032_20070124180000.mpg -ss 528 -t 20 -target ntsc-dvd -acodec copy -vcodec
copy ~/ghost.mpg )
Video: http://www.deniscarl.com/ghost.mpg (6.18 Megs)
2007/1/25, btsglw <btsglw at gmail.com>:
> On 25/01/07, denis-carl robidoux <deniscarl at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am experiencing an annoying ghost image with my PVR-350, this defect
> > started to occur after I installed Mythdora last week. It's so weird, it
> > absolutly looks like an old analog antenna problem but I know it can't
> > I'm on cable and my previous custom installation of MythTV did nothing
> > the sort with exactly the same untouched wiring.
> > Googling it I found some others with the same problem and they talk
> > this fix:
> > ivtvctl -c dnr_mode=0
> > ivtvctl -c dnr_spatial=0
> > ivtvctl -c dnr_temporal=0
> > But these ivtvctl commands do not exist in the version of ivtvctl
> > by Mythdora.
> > I am stuck with the ghost images.... please help me.
> I believe newer versions (0.8 upwards) of ivtv use v4l2-ctl instead of
> ivtvctl and, according to the MythDora changelog, as of v3.0 MythDora
> is using ivtv-0.8.1-122.
> See if you have v4l2-ctl on your installation and use that instead of
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