[vdr] GRAB .... doesn't grab ! vdr-1.3.37
sean.carlos at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 12:01:55 CET 2006
mc8647tv at mclink.it wrote:
> I have a Suse 10 installation, with VDR 1.3.37 with no patches but only a couple of plugins.
> Two cards, a Nexus FF sat card and a DVB-T card. Nexus firmware is the latest experimental on Suse site.
> If I issue a GRAB command the file I get is "empty", blue. in Jpeg it's only kb, in PNM is a bit more but it contains (apart the header) all the same char!
> The command I issue is:
> frank at linux:~> telnet localhost 2001
> Trying 127.0.0.1...
> Connected to localhost.
> Escape character is '^]'.
> 220 linux SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 1.3.37; Wed Mar 8 10:35:03 2006
> grab image.pnm pnm
> 250 Grabbed image image.pnm pnm
> In the log I get:
> Mar 8 10:35:03 linux vdr: connect from 127.0.0.1, port 1992 - accepted
> Mar 8 10:35:21 linux vdr: grabbing to image.pnm (PNM 100 924 576)
> Mar 8 10:35:29 linux vdr: closing SVDRP connection
> I have no access to the console since the PC is 1500 km from me !!!
> Any clue ?
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I've also had recent problems with grab image creation. I didn't really
have time to debug the source of the problem (updates of vdr,
I choose a "brute force" work-around using TVTIME (distributed with
# run tvtime-command to create a png image
tvtime-command SCREENSHOT "bg.png"
# use ImageMagick to covert image to jpeg
convert ~/bg.png ~/bg.jpeg
# move bg.jpeg from home directory to directly specified on command
line, i.e. .
mv ~/bg.jpeg "$@"
# call image viewer, such as EyeOfGnome, to verify image is ok.
Spero che questo ti aiuta in qualche modo!
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