[mythtv] upnp on master with panasonic viera series e5

John Pilkington J.Pilk at tesco.net
Thu Sep 11 09:52:17 UTC 2014


I reported briefly in my earlier 'rpms' post; here's a brief update.  I 
don't expect to be able to do more for the coming week.

DVB-T and DVB-T2 recordings, unprocessed, play both as 'recordings' and 
'videos.'

DVB-T recordings that have been through mythDVBcut don't play from 
either menu.  In 0.27.3 with #9446 reverted they played from both.  The 
format is mplex -f 9, described as 'dvd without nav packets.' The files 
are being served but not read.
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2014-09-11 10:46:55.434289 I  ExtractMethodFromURL(end) : GetRecording : 
/Content
2014-09-11 10:46:55.434324 I  ServiceHost::ProcessRequest: GetRecording 
: GET /Content/GetRecording?RecordedId=32 HTTP/1.1

2014-09-11 10:46:55.438076 I  HTTPRequest::SendResponse( File ) :200 OK 
-> 192.168.0.2:
2014-09-11 10:46:55.438096 I  SendResponseFile ( 
/home/john/Mythrecs/1002_20140910195600.mpg )
2014-09-11 10:46:55.438315 I 
HTTPRequest::TestMimeType(/home/john/Mythrecs/1002_20140910195600.mpg) - 
type is video/mpeg
2014-09-11 10:46:57.311393 I  SendResponseFile : --- size = 834214571, 
offset = 2086229, sent = 2086229

Hangs, with TV saying 'Cannot read file'.
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As Videos, the TV quotes the format of all as MPEG2-TS.  Even for h264.

For DVB-T2 Recordings, the TV says 'Format Video'.

For DVB-T, raw or processed, the TV shows 'Format MPEG2-TS', and the 
Duration looks correct.

TestMimeType gives video/mpeg for all .mpg files, anyhow.

I need to refind my info on which file types the TV claims to support, 
but last time I looked it didn't appear to correlate well with experience.

I haven't done any more tests on music.  The menu and durations look ok 
but I don't hear anything.  It seems to be looking for, and not finding, 
album art.  I don't have any, and am unlikely to have set up that 
environment.






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