[vdr] vdr 1.7.4 & xineliboutput

Petri Helin phelin at googlemail.com
Sat Mar 7 10:13:07 CET 2009


Artem Makhutov wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> On Sat, Mar 07, 2009 at 12:22:11AM +0200, Lauri Tischler wrote:
>> Artem Makhutov wrote:
>>
>>> Is some body working on getting xineliboutput to work vdr-1.7.4?
>> Latest CVS works.
> 
> I tried the lastest CVS, but it does not work for me.
> Only the OSD is working.
> 
> I am just getting a lot of this error messages:
> 
> artem at gandalf ~ $ vdr-sxfe --video=xv xvdr:tcp://192.168.10.2
> vdr-sxfe 1.0.4  (build with xine-lib 1.1.16, using xine-lib 1.1.16)
> 
> Video driver: xv
> VDR Server: xvdr:tcp://192.168.10.2
> 
> [6739] [vdr-fe]    Detected 4 CPUs
> [6739] [vdr-fe]    Enabling multithreaded video decoding
> 
> 
> Press Esc to exit
> 
> [6739] [input_vdr] Connecting (control) to tcp://192.168.10.2:37890 ...
> [6739] [input_vdr] Server greeting: VDR-1.7.4 xineliboutput-1.0.4 READY
> [6739] [input_vdr] Connected (control) to tcp://192.168.10.2:37890
> [6739] [input_vdr] Connecting (data) to tcp://192.168.10.2:37890 ...
> [6739] [input_vdr] Data stream connected (TCP)
> xv_set_property: property=8, value=100
> xv_set_property: property=2, value=0
> xv_set_property: property=3, value=4096
> xv_set_property: property=5, value=0
> xv_set_property: property=4, value=4096
> xv_set_property: property=1, value=0
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 65550 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 1761883596 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 2145345499 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 1780906752 bytes)
> [...]
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 504944419 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 307106073 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 793579809 bytes)
> [6753] [input_vdr] TCP: Buffer too small (8192 ; incoming frame 1734679773 bytes)
> Not multiplexed? 0xf6
> Not multiplexed? 0xbd
> Speicherzugriffsfehler
> 

There were some buffer related changes done in the cvs on 5th of March, 
so you could try with a version a bit older than that (cvs co -D 
2009-03-04).

-Petri



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