[mythtv-users] Networking recording (IPTV) and multicast on multiple "tuners"
megadave at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 16:02:41 UTC 2008
Have a look at this. When I first opened it I didnt realize that the
FreeBOX recorder that was in the release was being replaced with the
newer network recorder in SVN, although I was having the same trouble
regardless of which I was using. The patch (second one is the correct
one) there is against the newer network recorder that was in SVN at
On Jan 9, 2008 6:53 PM, Michael L Torrie <torriem at chem.byu.edu> wrote:
> Michael L Torrie wrote:
> > I've configured MythTV from SVN to talk to my multicast IPTV system
> > (h.264, MPEG-TS streams, via TCP/IP multicast). All channels are
> > broadcast simultaneously on different addresses (same port number
> > though). I can fire up multiple copies of VLC with the playlist and
> > watch multiple channels (or the same channel) all at the same time just
> > fine. However in Myth, if I have currently scheduled a recording which
> > is in process, if I fire up a mythfrontend and try to watch a channel, I
> > just get lots of errors on the terminal like:
> > 2008-01-09 15:47:47.000 [h264 @ 0x2aaaac1c01c0]warning: first frame is
> > no keyframe
> > 2008-01-09 15:47:47.002 [h264 @ 0x2aaaac1c01c0]top block unavailable for
> > requested intra4x4 mode -1 at 34 10
> > 2008-01-09 15:47:47.002 [h264 @ 0x2aaaac1c01c0]error while decoding MB
> > 34 10, bytestream (234)
> > 2008-01-09 15:47:47.119 NVP: Prebuffer wait timed out 10 times.
> > 2008-01-09 15:47:48.449 NVP: Prebuffer wait timed out 10 times.
> > Eventually I have to kill the frontend, and then the backend recording
> > stops after recording garbage.
> > Should not MythTV be able to record multiple streams from different
> > "tuners" even though they are each using the same playlist (same set of
> > addresses)? Multicast can do this, after all, and Myth is perfectly
> > capable of dealing with multiple tuners normally.
> I also want to add that when I scheduled two shows on different channels
> to record at the same time, Myth is happy to comply (since it has
> multiple virtual tuner cards), but after just a few seconds of
> recording, both recordings stop and the resulting videos just have
> garbage in them.
> > Any advice?
> > Michael
> Michael Torrie
> Assistant CSR, System Administrator
> Chemistry and Biochemistry Department
> Brigham Young University
> Provo, UT 84602
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