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[vdr] Re: A/V synchronisation
I am not very familiar with the mpeg2 stream, but when I first recognized
this A/V synchronisation problem (especialy in SVCD playback), I
thought about a plugin/patch for VDR which splits the video and audi
frames and reordered them online during playback. The userinterface
could be something like the Vol+/Vol- bar where you can adjust the
delay online. But I am not sure if the "normal" CPU (~800Mhz) is
able to do this online.
But as I wrote, I have not the knowledge of the mpeg2 stream to develop
such a patch very soon. Maybe somebody else with time and knowledge
can think about it.
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> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Andreas Schultz
> Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2002 7:39 PM
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> Subject: [vdr] Re: A/V synchronisation
> Rene Bartsch wrote:
> > Mhh, anyone out willing to create a MPlayerOut-plugin for VDR?
> I'm not to thrilled by the idea of somebody doing that. mplayer does
> have it's uses, but it also has it's problems (sometimes more problems
> that uses). For me, a/v sync is almost constantly screwed when using
> mplayer on a DXR3 or a DVB card.
> I would vote for a xine-out plugin.
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