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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 1/29/19 10:06 AM, Greg Oliver wrote:<br>
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        <div dir="ltr">On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 8:40 AM Greg Oliver <<a
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              <div dir="ltr">On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 8:07 AM Stephen
                Worthington <<a
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                    2019 20:14:26 -0600, you wrote:<br>
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                    >Please bootom post on this mailing list.<br>
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                    >On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 11:33:17AM -0800, Jon
                    Boehm wrote:<br>
                    >> On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 9:13 AM David Engel
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                    >> > On Mon, Jan 28, 2019 at 09:27:29AM
                    -0600, Greg Oliver wrote:<br>
                    >> > > I see frequent issues with time
                    calculations on some recordings - in<br>
                    >> > other<br>
                    >> > > words, while the video is still
                    playing, the progress show it at the end<br>
                    >> > > already.<br>
                    >> > ><br>
                    >> > > I watch Nova (and others) on PBS
                    here and they all show the symptom.  I<br>
                    >> > am<br>
                    >> > > unsure exactly when it happens,
                    but I have watched 3 this morning and<br>
                    >> > they<br>
                    >> > > all jump to the end.  If I set a
                    bookmark, it actually sets it at the end<br>
                    >> > > of the video even though there is
                    really 20 minutes left to play.<br>
                    >> > ><br>
                    >> > > Recorded from HDHR.  I see it on
                    other local channels as well, but not as<br>
                    >> > > frequent and I have not analysed
                    video when it happens.<br>
                    >> > ><br>
                    >> > > Anyone else experience this?<br>
                    >> ><br>
                    >> > I've seen that on KERA recordings
                    too.  The same symptom (I don't know<br>
                    >> > if its the same problem) occurs very
                    frequently with live TV.<br>
                    >> <br>
                    >> Have you marked the PBS channel as
                    commercial free?  Perhaps its only<br>
                    >> finding one commercial break near the end
                    and jumping to it immediately.<br>
                    ><br>
                    >It is marked as commfree.  This looks to be a
                    classic case of<br>
                    >mis-counting frames, eiter building the seek
                    table or playing back,<br>
                    >that crops up every once in a while.</blockquote>
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                      channel is marked as commfree here as well (since
                      it never has commercials).</div>
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                    In the past when I have had a file like this,
                    running "mythcommflag<br>
                    --rebuild" on a recording has usually fixed it. 
                    That trick may only<br>
                    work for older similar problems, but it is worth
                    trying.  I have a<br>
                    user job set up with this command that makes it easy
                    to do that for a<br>
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                    <div style="font-family:monospace,monospace">It only
                      happens on my Shield.<br>
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                    mythcommflag --rebuild -f %FILE%<br>
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                class="gmail_default">It just happened on ABC (WFAA here
                in D/FW).  The Good Doctor (even though the track shows
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    <p>I just went in to check "The Good Doctor" from last night. It
      started playing from the beginning and no issues. When I went into
      edit mode and loaded the commercial cut list it should 4 or 5 of
      them. I didn't watch the whole thing, but it seems normal to me.
      Mine was recorded from ABC 11 in Raleigh-Durham, NC using a HDHR
      Connect tuner. Shield TV frontend was v30-983.<br>
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