[linux-dvb] DEC2000 AMD64 sync problems

Peter Beutner p.beutner at gmx.net
Mon May 23 21:53:21 CEST 2005


Alex Woods schrieb:
> [snip]
> Something that might be worth looking at is the PCR pid.  This seems to
> be ignored by scan (unless in vdr mode) and tzap, and I imagine for a
> lot of other apps channel configs, since it appears to not be needed.
> However, if it's not sent with the video and audio pids to the dec, the
> output from the scart will be out of sync A/V-wise.  As a hack, the
> driver sends the video pid for the PCR, since for most channels this
> will work - but Channel 4 is one of the ones that has a different PCR
> pid.  I never checked the resulting streams from the driver, since they
> always use to play in sync...

Dunno if it is actually related to the sync problems but the PCR pid 
handling is definitly somehow wrong(or something related with that).
I stumbled about it when trying to find out why xine doesnt work with 
the ttusb_dec driver.
xine does something like that:
That means, in contrast to lots of other apps, it actually uses the PCR 
pid. Problem is that then it only gets audio data from the driver, but 
no video.
I verified that with a small test programm and further found out that if 
you just dont set the pcr pid everything works fine.
I havent found time to look deeper into that, but for a temporary 
workaround I commented out the part that is responsible for the pcr pid 
setting in the ttusb_dec driver.


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