[mythtv-users] HD-PVR recordings oversaturated

Jerry Rubinow jerrymr at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 16:06:10 UTC 2011

On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Tom Lichti <redpepperracing at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 11:26 AM, Jerry Rubinow <jerrymr at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 8:43 AM, Andrew Stadt <acstadt at stadt.ca> wrote:
> >> > -Jerry
> >> >
> >> An ugly gludge I used once for a PVR150 with audio issues simply
> >> involved spawning another script from inside the channel change script.
> >> The 2nd script would sleep for a couple secs, while myth did its post
> >> channel change processing, then reset the audio channel via v4l2-ctl.
> >> Might work here, YMMV.
> >
> > That's an excellent kludge, thanks for the idea.  I'll try that out
> tonight
> > and hopefully that'll last until I'm able to find older firmware or
> > otherwise figure out why this started happening.
> > Janne, Jarod, or anyone who's familiar with the driver, any ideas?  Is
> there
> > a potential kernel incompatibility with the firmware?  I wanted to save
> > doing a full system update as a last resort since things are otherwise
> > pretty stable.
> > -Jerry
> I am using a similar kludge for my PVR-x50 cards, but I am using the
> System Events mechanism, so when a 'Recording Start' event occurs, I
> fire off a script to normalize the volume on the PVR cards.
> I might have the actual names wrong, but that's basically what I did.
> I can get better details later when I am home, if needed.

Very nice, that's even better.  No need for further details, I just looked
it up and it should be easy.  I'm not up on my myth features, obviously.

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