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On 03/29/2010 02:46 PM, zaverel wrote:
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<pre wrap="">That's ok
but do you use a ffmpeg patched eac3 for "spectral extension"
and build xbmc-pvr for use it ?
link for the lastest patch
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Well I'm not sure I understand your suggestion. Let me explain why:<br>
If I use mplayer (or smplayer) with their own channels.conf to watch
live TV, <br>
it works for the HD chanells using VC1+EAC3. As far as I know, mplayer
the same ffmpeg sources as the one I used for building xbmc.<br>
If I use xbmc-pvr
to watch a recorded a .ts file I recorded with vdr, it works (btw the
of xbmc is my own build from pvr-testing2 branch that use external
When getting the stream via the streamdev plugin, it fails.<br>
But maybe I'm wrong as it is so complicated to know what is aexactly
compilled in when specifying --enable-external-libraries.<br>