[linux-dvb] How do you stream the entire MPEG-TS with dvbstream?
a.nielsen at shikadi.net
Sun Feb 24 03:19:43 CET 2008
>> with the same drivers and a different version of dvbstream?
>> In any case you should always try a fresh cvs checkout of dvbstream.
>> A simple test you should run is this:
>> dvbstream -f 226500 -gi 16 -bw 7 -o 8192 > dump.ts
>> and try to play the dump.ts from another terminal. If you see corruptions
>> then report back, please.
>> P.S. 1.7 and 3 MB/s are really low bandwidth usage that shouldn't cause any
Well I've upgraded to today's CVS, but the problem remains. I've also
tried the new version on my old server but it works there, so obviously
there's some issue with my system configuration:
Working server: Slackware 9.1, kernel 220.127.116.11 (2005-06-19)
Broken server: Gentoo 2007.0, kernel 18.104.22.168 (2008-02-23)
Both servers have Realtek 8169 gigabit ethernet cards, using the r8169
driver. Both MTUs are 1500, both are connected via the same switch to
my desktop PC.
According to gkrellmd running on each server and on my desktop PC,
broadcasting PID 8192 on the broken server only transmits/receives
1.7MB/sec, whereas it transmits/receives 3MB/sec on the working server.
Is there any local network config that needs to be set up before
dvbstream will work?
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