[mythtv-users] Leanfront playback of in-progress recordings resume using the 2 skip to resume; maybe modify to use play/pause to do the same

Peter Bennett pb.mythtv at gmail.com
Sun Feb 11 13:46:19 UTC 2024


On 2/10/24 15:48, Jay Harbeston wrote:
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>> On Feb 10, 2024, at 2:58 PM, Peter Bennett <pb.mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> On 2/10/24 12:41, Jay Harbeston wrote:
>>> I have indeed run across the 2 skips, to get the timeline to change. If I run into the time limit and video pauses, pressing play takes you back to the beginning of the video in progress, and doesn’t continue as the 2 skip buttons do.
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>>> Peter,
>>> Would it be possible to allow the pause/play to refresh the timeline and continue instead of resetting to the beginning?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks!
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>> When it hits the time limit it will pause for a few seconds and then continue . It should not pause indefinitely. Is it not continuing  on its own? I don't know why Play would go to the beginning again.
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> I am running a test of it now, and when it hit the end, it has been paused for over a minute now and has not resumed.  I have not seen an ‘unpause’  while I have been exercising it.
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> Hitting the skip once continues, updating the timeline. When it pauses the next time, hitting play makes it begin at the beginning to the recording.
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I will investigate it and find out what is going on.
>> The code around this is a compromise. It is not a true real-time streaming process, but the playback of a file that keeps increasing.  The code to handle it is a bit fragile. I can take a look at it again.
> Is the code from the sample program you have mentioned in the source? Just curious. :-)
I don't know what you are referring to.
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> Regards!
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