[vdr] Problem with CT HD channel (VDR 1.7.14)

Roman Jarosz kedgedev at gmail.com
Fri Apr 23 21:16:56 CEST 2010


I did some more testing and I've managed to "fix" the problem.
It seems that the CA settings were wrong in channels.conf and when I  
started the other (FTA) channel on the same transponder it looks like the  
CA settings of CT HD has been updated and now the CT HD works.

Is it possible that the CA settings aren't updated if decoding of stream  
fails?

Regards
Roman

On Wed, 21 Apr 2010 09:52:17 +0200, Roman Jarosz <kedgedev at gmail.com>  
wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have problem with VDR and one HD channel it's
>
> CT HD
> Astra 23,5°E, 803 MHz, Horizonatal
> FEC - 5/6, 22 000 kS/s
>
> It don't have problem with other HD or SD channels. I think that the  
> problem could be related to norm because the CT HD is DVB-S / MPEG-4 and
> the other HD channels are DVB-S2 / MPEG-4.
>
> When I try to play the channel through streamdev the picture/sound is  
> broken and it stops immediately.
>
> When I try to record the stream, VDR will not write anything to the ts  
> file and in the log is this:
>
> Apr 20 20:14:20 blackbox vdr: [4434] recording to  
> '/home/video/Světové_finále_Red_Bull_Nordix_2010/2010-04-20.19.58.2-0.rec/00001.ts'
> Apr 20 20:14:20 blackbox vdr: [5058] recording thread started (pid=4434,  
> tid=5058)
> Apr 20 20:14:20 blackbox vdr: [5059] receiver on device 1 thread started  
> (pid=4434, tid=5059)
> Apr 20 20:14:20 blackbox vdr: [5060] TS buffer on device 1 thread  
> started (pid=4434, tid=5060)
> Apr 20 20:14:23 blackbox vdr: [5060] buffer usage: 70% (tid=5059)
> Apr 20 20:14:24 blackbox vdr: [5060] buffer usage: 80% (tid=5059)
> Apr 20 20:14:24 blackbox vdr: [5060] buffer usage: 90% (tid=5059)
> Apr 20 20:14:24 blackbox vdr: [5060] buffer usage: 100% (tid=5059)
> Apr 20 20:14:51 blackbox vdr: [5058] ERROR: video data stream broken
> Apr 20 20:14:51 blackbox vdr: [5058] emergency exit request ignored  
> according to setup
>
> Could you help me to debug this problem.
> Can I somehow export the CT HD stream (it's encrypted channel) so  
> somebody could analyze it?
> I use VDR 1.7.14.
>
> Thanks,
> Roman
>
> PS. VDR is really great.



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