[vdr] pvrinput radio - need analogradio??

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Tue Feb 13 22:11:32 CET 2007


Thanks Jose - that's a great help!

> El Martes, 13 de Febrero de 2007 12:16, Jose Alberto Reguero escribió:
>> I use this modified code in device.c (pvrinput):
>>
>> bool cPvrDevice::Tune(int freq)
>> {
>>         struct v4l2_frequency vf;
>>         int freqaux = freq;
>>
>>         memset(&vf, 0, sizeof(vf));
>>         vf.tuner = 0;
>>         if (freq > 180000)
>>                 vf.type = V4L2_TUNER_ANALOG_TV;
>>         else
>>         {
>>                 vf.type = V4L2_TUNER_RADIO;
>>                 freqaux = freq * 1000;
>>         }
>>         vf.frequency = (int) ((double) freqaux * 16.0 / 1000.0 + 0.5);
>>
>>         if (IOCTL(video_fd, VIDIOC_S_FREQUENCY, &vf) != 0)
>>         {
>>                 log(0, "Error tuning to %d: %s", freq, strerror(errno));
>>                 return false;
>>         }
>>         frequency = freq;
>>         return true;
>> }
>>
>> But I have some problems with radio(pvrinput), and xineliboutput.
>
> The problem I have is that after a while sound is distorted an finally
> sound
> stop. There is not any messages in the log. I don't know if is pvrinput or
> xineliboutput fault.
>
> Jose Alberto
>
>>
>> Jose Alberto
>>
>> El Martes, 13 de Febrero de 2007 11:01, Simon Baxter escribió:
>> > It looks like this plugin does something wrong with the analog radio
>> on
>> > the OEM PVR-150 card.
>> >
>> > With channels.conf set to:
>> > Radio 91ZM:90900:I999C0:C:0:0:300:305:A1:12003:1:1007:0
>> >
>> > v4l2-ctl --all   looks like this:
>> >
>> > Audio input : 0 (Tuner 1)
>> > Frequency: 1454 (90.875000 MHz)
>> > Video standard = 0x000000ff
>> >         PAL-B/B1/G/H/I/D/D1/K
>> > Tuner:
>> >         Capabilities         : 62.5 kHz multi-standard
>> >         Frequency range      : 44.0 MHz - 958.0 MHz
>> >         Signal strength      : 0%
>> >         Current audio mode   : mono
>> >         Available subchannels:
>> >
>> >
>> > Where ivtv-radio -f90   looks like this:
>> >
>> > Audio input : 0 (Tuner 1)
>> > Frequency: 1454400 (90.900000 MHz)
>> > Video standard = 0x000000ff
>> >         PAL-B/B1/G/H/I/D/D1/K
>> > Tuner:
>> >         Capabilities         : 62.5 Hz stereo
>> >         Frequency range      : 65.0 MHz - 108.0 MHz
>> >         Signal strength      : 50%
>> >         Current audio mode   : stereo
>> >         Available subchannels: stereo
>> >
>> >
>> > it appears pvrinput isn't setting the right audio mode/sub channels
>> etc??
>> >
>> >
>> > Any ideas?
>> >
>> > PS.  It looks like analogradio  plugin is no longer supported?  Is
>> also
>> > doesn't support ALSA.
>> >
>> > ?
>> >
>> > > I've asked this before, last year, but never had a response.
>> > >
>> > > How do I configure radio channels in VDR.
>> > >
>> > > My channels.conf has:
>> > >
>> > > Classic Hits:90000:I999C0:C:0:0:300:305:A1:12003:1:1006:0
>> > >
>> > > But I think I'm picking up the wrong device, as I hear no audio.  I
>> > > have a single PVR-150 with ivtv and the following devices:
>> > >
>> > > /dev/video0
>> > > /dev/video24
>> > > /dev/video32
>> > >
>> > > When I do a 'ivtv-radio -f90000' I see:
>> > > aplay -f dat < /dev/video24    #which works
>> > >
>> > > So....what should my Parameters be??
>> > >
>> > >   C0   - Input 0
>> > >   C12  - Input 1
>> > >   C23  - Input 2
>> > >   C34  - Input 3
>> > >   C45  - Input 4
>> > >   C56  - Input 5
>> > >   C67  - Input 6
>> > >   C78  - Input 7
>> > >   C89  - Input 8
>> > >   C999 - Input 9
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > Thanks - in advance!
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >
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