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Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:52 pm   Subject: Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
dorphell
 
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With the player. Specify the pid on the player.

With mplayer, the easiest is to specify the tsprog

e.g. for me, I play fox with:
"mplayer dvb://WFXT -tsprog 3" but yo can also specify the audio ...
Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:29 pm   Subject: Mplayer "a52: CRC check failed!" errors, any progr
dorphell
 
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sonnik and the rest of you who are having similar issues:

If you just configure the 'troubled' stations to feed all PIDs, you will not have these issues.

I used to have the exact same problem as ...
removing commercials from an MPEG2 file
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2005 9:16 pm   Subject: removing commercials from an MPEG2 file
dorphell
 
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Guys,

I've been using projectx for this for quite some time, it works perfectly for HDTV content. It has a built-in preview function so you can scroll along and see the frame contents, mark in/out, ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2005 7:39 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
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Okay that worked
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Nov 06, 2005 12:58 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
Replies: 65
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Ooops, I bet I put "torndr" in to debug something at some point. Above the flip_page function, put this line in:

xvmc_render_state_t * torndr;


I think that will link to the global "torndr". If ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Oct 30, 2005 1:18 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
Replies: 65
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Hmm, can you post your code for that hack? If it'll get rid of the shakeyness and keep it the video steady I wanna try =)
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2005 2:26 pm   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
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vo_xvmc.c:1077: error: 'torndr' undeclared (first use in this function)

Where's this torndr comming from?
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2005 11:35 am   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
Replies: 65
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If you have problems with shakey displaying due to the field swapping let me know and I'll post the top_field_first fix. Too bad the mplayer developers are so unwelcoming to improvements. This could e ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sun Oct 23, 2005 7:32 am   Subject: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
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But if you debug the code you'll see that flip_page is only being called 30 times a second (well 29.97) in accordance to the rate specified in the MPEG header. If something is loading the surface with ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sat Oct 22, 2005 11:20 pm   Subject: Re: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
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Does this mean that they send both fields in a single frame and it's up to the hardware to extract the fields from the frame and display them at the right times?

I don't think so. I think this hack ...
Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Sat Oct 22, 2005 10:56 pm   Subject: Re: Real 59.94 fields per second 1080i
dorphell
 
Replies: 65
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The problem is, and I may be totally wrong, is that we're only displaying one field every 29.97 seconds and throwing away the other, so that's our frame rate now. This makes motion look more like a 24 ...
Question: Closed Caption?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 2:45 pm   Subject: Question: Closed Caption?
dorphell
 
Replies: 55
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Sorry, I'll rephrase...

I recorded the show show Medium from NBC on Monday. That's been sitting on my hard drive.

Yesterday, I played this file with `mplayer -subcc medium.ts` and watched a cert ...
Question: Closed Caption?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2005 5:32 pm   Subject: Question: Closed Caption?
dorphell
 
Replies: 55
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Don't forget there's still a stupid bug that's dropping two characters sometimes. I really gotta hunt that down.

I don't know if you're aware of this or not, but this bug is somewhat random... it h ...
Question: Closed Caption?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2005 3:37 pm   Subject: Question: Closed Caption?
dorphell
 
Replies: 55
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The SRT format was created by a program called SubRip. It's a simple ASCII based format.

It goes something like this:

1 00:02:26,407 --> 00:02:31,356
Blah blah balh
haha

2 00:02:31,567 - ...
Question: Closed Caption?
PostForum: General pcHDTV topics   Posted: Mon Oct 10, 2005 12:20 pm   Subject: Question: Closed Caption?
dorphell
 
Replies: 55
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Does it print time-codes in a way that with a script or some sort of post-processing of the log, you can later on convert it to a usable subtitle format? SRT, SC, etc?
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