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[vdr] Re: how to access different languages in recordings?
Does it set DMX_PES_OTHER for that pid? On my hauppauge dvb/s, you must
set DMX_PES_VIDEO on the video pid and DMX_PES_AUDIO on the audio pid in
order that the CA will work. Although DMX_PES_OTHER works with FTA
channels, it doesn't work on CA streams. I had hoped that by muxing them
into the ts happiness would be produced, but so far I have had no joy. I
can hear the AC3 streams because they are not crypted, but if they were, I
think they would disappear because the card does not have an onboard ac3
decoder. (to my knowledge anyway)
In the new year, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
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> jan wrote:
> > Le mardi 29 octobre 2002, _ 01:03 PM, Klaus Schmidinger a _crit :
> > > jan wrote:
> > >>
> > >> in recordings of channels with two audio pid
> > >> i didnt find the way to switch to another language
> > >>
> > >> when i press the green button i forward the replay for about a minute
> > >> vdr 1.0.4
> > >
> > > I guess you are actually skipping _back_ 60 seconds.
> > >
> > > To switch the language you need to press 'Menu' then 'Green'.
> > >
> > >
> > well i do have a green working language button on a live channel
> > when i record it it dont appears anymore in the replay when i do menu
> > any idea?
> > my vdr is 1.0.4 --dvb driver 09.2002- i applied aio without color button
> > but with calender
> Maybe the actual programme recorded didn't have any second audio track?
> The button you see in live viewing mode is always there if the current
> channel has a second audio PID defined in channels.conf. When replaying
> a recording, it is only there if there actually is a second audio track
> in the recording.
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