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[vdr] Re: AW: Re: Control a 2nd DVB-Card
Emil Naepflein wrote:
> On Fri, 19 Oct 2001 09:58:20 +0200, Klaus Schmidinger
> <Klaus.Schmidinger@cadsoft.de> wrote:
> > I believe switching the primary interface is good enough.
> > If you really want to control both cards independently from each other,
> > why don't you run seperate instances of VDR for each card (using the '-D'
> > and '-c' options)?
> Because then you loose the advantage of a second card for recording and
> timeshifting. :)
> You know, we always find a hair in the soup. ;-)
> I actually have a 4 DVB system and sometimes would like to set the
> channel or start a replay on annother card for a second viewer. I
> actually could feed two channels with the Conrad modulator into my
> distribution network.
> But in my case better would be to have multiple *primary* interfaces
> with independent OSDs running. A real multiuser VDR. ;-)
As the name indicates: "There can be only ONE!" If we have a PRIMARY
interface, how can there be a "second primary interface"?
> BTW, what happens when I start a replay and change the primary?
> Is the replay stopped or does it continue?
> I will try it when I am at home.
Starting a replay on a non-primary card is something that has yet to
be implemented. Currently it won't really work too good.
Klaus Schmidinger Phone: +49-8635-6989-10
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