[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] mythtv/master commit: 85a5266e1 by Michael T. Dean (sphery)

Michael T. Dean mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Wed May 4 22:27:01 UTC 2011

On 05/04/2011 05:53 PM, Jim Stichnoth wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 6:33 PM, MythTV<noreply at mythtv.org>  wrote:
>>       Author:  Michael T. Dean<mdean at mythtv.org>
>>   Change Date:  2011-04-20T18:32:06-07:00
>>    Push Date:  2011/04/20 18:33:05 -0700
>>   Repository:  mythtv
>>       Branch:  master
>> New Revision:  85a5266e1218adac5e61839a2eab2afe2ea6a419
>>    Changeset:  https://github.com/MythTV/mythtv/commit/85a5266e1
>> Log:
>> Fix EIA-608 caption color.
>> Fix the color for EIA-608 captions, by fixing a min/max transposition.
>> Since 99.99993% of all 608 captions are white, this change is unlikely
>> to be noticed by anyone (and also explains why no one noticed the
>> transposition).
>> Modified:
>>    mythtv/libs/libmythtv/subtitlescreen.cpp
> Mike,
> I would put your statistic closer to 99.9%, since the caption at the
> very end of the program (telling you that captioning was brought to
> you by Ford/Toyota/whomever) is often yellow.  However, I have never
> seen myth draw a non-white 608 caption, even after this fix.  By
> adding extra logging, it appears that the input to the min/max
> truncation is always 0.  This is with HDHR OTA recordings.  I'm
> wondering whether the color is being dropped by the HDHR, the myth
> recorder, or the frontend player.  Have you observed a non-white 608
> caption with the fixed code?

I couldn't find one with the fixed or not fixed code, but I'm not 
running with the fix on my production box, so my testing was far from 
exhaustive.  I should be updating my -fixes build soon, and I'll throw 
this fix in with it.

Oh, and I guess I'll need to start using 608 captions instead of 708.


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