[vdr] [SOLVED] No sound with VLC and streamdev

C.Y.M syphir at syphir.sytes.net
Tue Mar 22 23:14:32 CET 2005


Sascha Volkenandt wrote:
> Hi list,
> 
> current CVS version of streamdev contains a new remuxer, which is an external 
> program. Together with the replex tool from http://www.metzlerbros.de/dvb it 
> seems to be possible to have sound with VLC (not tested by myself, but a 
> colleague).
> 
> Again, here is the cvs repo:
> cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs at vdr-developer.org:/var/cvsroot login
> cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs at vdr-developer.org:/var/cvsroot co streamdev
> 
> Be aware that things like the client menu may or may not work. The server part 
> seems to work good, at least in HTTP mode. The content in the cvs is designed 
> to work with current VDRs (at least 1.3.18, I guess). I am using 1.3.22 so 
> far.
> 
> Currently, it is not configurable how the script is called, it must be called 
> "/root/externremux.sh". It must be something that takes TS on stdin and 
> delivers "anything playable" on stdout. With the replex tool the script looks 
> like this:
> 
> #!/bin/bash
> /usr/bin/replex -t DVD
> 
> You can access a stream involving the external remuxer with an URL like this:
> http://<server>:<port>/Extern/<channel>
> 

Are there any other remuxers that you have tested this with? vdrsync-1.3? The
new Extern remuxer method works with replex, but the A/V sync is off.  Also,
when I try to use streamdev's internal remuxer, the sound is then missing. I
heard that mplayer has a new remuxer that may work.. perhaps that it is possible
to call mplayer or vlc in externremux.sh as the remuxer.

Best Regards,




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