[vdr] Best practices for running vdr-xine
theunis.potgieter at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 12:46:25 CEST 2009
Yes, I setup vdr-skinsoppalusikka, but I had to set the video in
xineliboutput to auto, not xvmc directly (can't remember off hand), by
setting it to xvmc only, the colours are incorrect. The one that does work
is xvmc+... will have to look it up when I get home.
What I do find odd is, that my idle shows 91%, but vdr uses 17% cpu usage
and this is on an old Pentium 4, 2.4GHz. So I'm not sure how that works.
On 29/04/2009, Jan Ekholm <jan.ekholm at smultron.net> wrote:
> On Wednesday 29 April 2009, Theunis Potgieter wrote:
> > I use xineliboutput, permanently on my vdr, with xvmc enabled on my old
> > nvidia 440 MX card. however only on SD mpeg2 broadcasts. It does provide
> > some multimedia playback on other formats, which is useful. Normal vdr
> > recordings are a bit of a pain, since fast forwarded/rewind doesn't work
> > you would expect with softdevice. If my vdr loses signal for a minute, I
> > have to restart VDR, perhaps I should just try restarting xineliboutput.
> > is good enough for what I use. I didn't see any support for a vdr menu to
> > play back other multi media content in vdr-xine, so there for never used
> > it.
> Does the normal OSD work for you? I don't see it, nor do I see the channel
> info when I switch channels. Also, if a channel switch is successful it
> take 5s+ which I think is a bit long as "normal" VDR changes channel in
> or so.
> Jan Ekholm
> jan.ekholm at smultron.net
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