[vdr] Softdevice-logs getting flodded

Dave inssomniak at mountaincable.net
Mon Nov 14 21:21:24 CET 2005


sorry I Misunderstood,  here is the new log

Nov 14 15:23:30 vdr vdr[7037]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
3ff5555555555555 -> 3ff5555555555555)
Nov 14 15:23:30 vdr vdr[7037]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
3ff5555555555555 -> 3ff5555555555555)
Nov 14 15:23:30 vdr vdr[7037]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
3ff5555555555555 -> 3ff5555555555555)
Nov 14 15:23:30 vdr vdr[7037]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
3ff5555555555555 -> 3ff5555555555555)
Nov 14 15:23:30 vdr vdr[7037]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
3ff5555555555555 -> 3ff5555555555555)


Thanks

Stefan Lucke wrote:

>On Montag, 14. November 2005 14:45, Dave wrote:
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>>ffmpeg version 0.4.9-pre1, build 4743, Copyright (c) 2000-2004 Fabrice 
>>Bellard
>>Softdevice CVS  as of 2 days ago. (reports 0.2.1)
>>gcc version 3.3.6 (Gentoo 3.3.6, ssp-3.3.6-1.0, pie-8.7.8)
>>
>>Im not sure where you  want me to put test streams, so I put this one on 
>>a server, but its 27 megs.
>>
>>http://ww2.wireit.biz:8080/~admin/vdr/test.vdr
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>Anyway thanks for the test stream, as thats my first NTSC dvb test
>case (29.97 fps, 544x480)
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>>If I comment out the line in video.c, nothing else appears  appears in 
>>the log that doesnt look normal.
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>Did you comment it out complete ?
>Or does the format change fix that for you ?
>
>I wanted to report a different format and see why you just get flooded
>with "aspect changed" messages.
>
>old format from syslog:
>Nov 14 20:49:35 jarada vdr[3026]: [VideoOut]: resolution changed: W(720 -> 544); H(576 ->480)
>Nov 14 20:49:35 jarada vdr[3026]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 1,777778 -> 1,333333)
>Nov 14 20:49:35 jarada vdr[3026]: [VideoOut]: 544x480 [0,0 544x480] -> 1024x576 [128,0 768x576]
>
>changed format:
>Nov 14 20:52:00 jarada vdr[3199]: [VideoOut]: resolution changed: W(720 -> 544); H(576 ->480)
>Nov 14 20:52:00 jarada vdr[3199]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 3ffc71c71c71c71c -> 3ff5555555555555)
>Nov 14 20:52:00 jarada vdr[3199]: [VideoOut]: 544x480 [0,0 544x480] -> 1024x576 [128,0 768x576]
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>>I also cant seem to get softdevice to save crop settings, they are gone 
>>after a restart.
>>
>>
>>Thanks
>>
>>Stefan Lucke wrote:
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>>>On Montag, 14. November 2005 01:21, Dave wrote:
>>> 
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>>>>My logs are getting flodded with this:
>>>>
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>Nov 13 19:13:05 vdr vdr[6916]: [VideoOut]: aspect changed (0 -> 0 ; 
>>>>1.333333 -> 1.333333)
>>>>   
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>Softdevice version ?
>>>ffmpeg version ?
>>>gcc version ?
>>>
>>>Please change in video.c (around line 373) the syslog message to:
>>>
>>>//    dsyslog("[VideoOut]: aspect changed (%d -> %d ; %f -> %f)",
>>>   dsyslog("[VideoOut]: aspect changed (%d -> %d ; %llx -> %llx)",
>>>
>>>So lets see whats is reported now.
>>>
>>>Can you provide a short sample stream ?
>>>
>>> 
>>>
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