[mythtv-users] Best firmware to use with HD-PVR?
james.orr7 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 01:23:51 UTC 2010
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 10:21 AM, Christopher Meredith <chmeredith at gmail.com
> On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 3:11 AM, Matt Goebel <matt at goebelnet.com> wrote:
> > Is there an HD-PVR firmware release out there that *doesn't* have major
> > issues?
> > So far I've tried 0xf, whatever version that works out to. That was rock
> > stable for about two months then I started getting lockups and some weird
> > skips in recorded shows. I've also tried the latest, 188.8.131.52. That
> > much worse... no lockups or skips from what I can tell, but I randomly
> > no audio on some channels in both live TV and recordings (Optical). Kind
> > annoying when you go to watch something and none of it has any audio.
> > What is everyone using? Any issues? I'm thinking of trying 184.108.40.206 or
> > 220.127.116.11.
> > Also, this is Fedora 12, latest kernel with built in HD-PVR drivers.
> I'm using not the latest, but the one before that (not sure of the
> version number). I've been plagued with the dreaded dropout bug when
> using SPDIF for audio so rather than screw around with it, I've just
> started using RCA stereo. No, it's not ideal, but at least this way,
> it's stable.
> BTW, I think it may be time to open up the hdpvr dropout discussion
> again because last I remember, it was blamed on faulty AC3 signal from
> the cable box but since then, I've gotten a brand new cable box and it
> still happens, although 'cat /dev/video1 > test.ts' works perfectly
> every time with no drouputs.
I've never had drop-outs, instead it now just refuses to record at all while
using AC3 (as with you, cat works fine though). It did record AC3 for a
while and then all of a sudden just refused to work until I switched it to
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