[vdr] Not good behaviour from vdr

Stone syphyr at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 10:44:49 CEST 2007


On 9/30/07, JJussi <linux-dvb at jjussi.com> wrote:
>
> On Sunday, 30. Septemberta 2007 10:35:07 Stone wrote:
> > Since the recording is scheduled, I would assume the user has room on
> the
> > disk (so disk space usage is not really the problem).  The only problem
> I
> > can see is that you might get a blank recording if the signal goes out
> (and
> > you think its recorded but its not).  So, perhaps vdr should NOT do a
> > emergency exit, but instead, just mark the recording as possible
> > incomplete?
>
> How about, when there is no stream - no writing to HD.. OK, if there is 15
> minutes break middle of stream, then recording "jump" those 15 minutes
> during
> playback.
> OR when no stream, in a recording there is recorded (in a picture) word
> "no
> stream", static picture takes little space and who is watching knows that
> what has happend!



I think most importantly that we know that there is a possible problem with
the recording because a flag got set that the signal was lost. But, I
understand what you are saying... perhaps VDR should be integrated with
femon :)

Best Regards.
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