[vdr] A signal strength problem?

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Fri May 2 19:15:59 CEST 2008


Hi

I'm running vdr-1.6.0 with 2 dvb-c cards and CIs.

I'm having occasional audio/video problems and getting these messages:
May  3 05:06:04 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 2208 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:06:04 callin vdr: [12239] 3 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:06:04 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 464 bytes to sync on next audio frame
May  3 05:06:11 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 1840 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:06:14 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 2760 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:07:04 callin vdr: [12239] 16 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:07:04 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 288 bytes to sync on next audio frame
May  3 05:07:10 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 1472 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:07:14 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 1472 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:07:34 callin vdr: [12239] 7 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:07:34 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 192 bytes to sync on next audio frame
May  3 05:07:41 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 2760 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:08:05 callin vdr: [12239] 3 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:08:05 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 240 bytes to sync on next audio frame
May  3 05:08:44 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 204 bytes while syncing on next audio frame
May  3 05:09:14 callin vdr: [12239] 3 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:09:14 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 396 bytes while syncing on next audio frame
May  3 05:09:34 callin vdr: [12239] PES packet shortened to 2024 bytes (expected: 2944 bytes)
May  3 05:09:34 callin vdr: [12239] 1 cRepacker messages suppressed
May  3 05:09:34 callin vdr: [12239] cAudioRepacker(0xC0): skipped 424 bytes to sync on next audio frame


Am I right in thinking this looks like signal strength problems?

FEMON reports STR at 71%, SNR 7% and 0 for BER and UNC on card 0 and
STR 37%, SNR 6%, BER/UNC=0 on card 1
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