[vdr] softdevice and epia tv-out problem with Xorg

Leo Márquez leo at calidae.net
Wed Nov 1 21:00:34 CET 2006


Hi Stefan and thanks for your answer.
I have solved the problem starting softdevice in full screen.
But after started it without problems now I get:

[softdevice] A/V devices initialized, now initializing MPEG2 Decoder
X Error of failed request:  BadValue (integer parameter out of range for 
operation)
  Major opcode of failed request:  145 (MIT-SHM)
    Minor opcode of failed request:  3 (X_ShmPutImage)
      Value in failed request:  0x3ff
        Serial number of failed request:  250
          Current serial number in output stream:  251

I have seen that is another value in failed request: 0x33ff.
I have tried with OSDAlphablend value to 1 without luck.
What is the 0x33ff value related to?

Thanks.

Stefan Lucke escribió:

>Quoting Leo Márquez <leo at calidae.net>:
>
>  
>
>>Hi!,
>>
>>Recently I have connected my vdr box to my CRT 16:9 TV. I use the
>>s-video(I want to use the rca tv-out for digital audio) connector of my
>>epia M.10000.
>>
>>I have followed some instructions to configure xorg with s-video out
>>from this page:
>>
>>http://www.kingcot.eclipse.co.uk/unichrome/unichromeTvOut.html
>>
>>I don't know if this url is up to date.
>>I have got see my wmaker desktop in my tv but when I start vdr with
>>softdevice I get:
>>
>>[softdevice] initializing Plugin
>>[softdevice] Initializing Video Out
>>[softdevice] ffmpeg build(3345920)
>>[XvVideoOut]: osd_image shmid = 2686978
>>[XvVideoOut]: got osd_image: width 720 height 576, bytes per line 2880
>>[softdevice] Subplugin successfully opend
>>[softdevice] Video Out seems to be OK
>>[softdevice] Initializing Audio Out
>>[softdevice] Audio out seems to be OK
>>[softdevice] A/V devices initialized, now initializing MPEG2 Decoder
>>X Error of failed request:  BadValue (integer parameter out of range for
>>operation)
>>Major opcode of failed request:  145 (MIT-SHM)
>>Minor opcode of failed request:  3 (X_ShmPutImage)
>>Value in failed request:  0x2ff
>>    
>>
>
>0x2ff = 767 = 768 - 1
>768 is the default startup width.
>
>So you can try to:
>a. start in full screen mode "-vo xv:full", which adjusts width and
>   height to available max values (720 width in your case I guess).
>b. choose software OSD blending (via OSD :-( ) or via setup.conf:
>   softdevice.OSDalphablend = 1
>
>  
>
>>Serial number of failed request:  337
>>Current serial number in output stream:  338
>>
>>    
>>
>
>Stefan Lucke
>
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