Posts by idefixx2

    Hallo,
    wenn ich per Setup das GraphLCD plugin aktiviere, dann legt das nach dem nächsten Neustart meinen VDR lahm - mit der Fehlermeldung:


    something went wrong, VDR respawning too fast


    Habe ein Pollin Display 128x64 angeschlossen - unter Windows funktioniert es auch. Unter LinVDR ist es noch nicht konfiguriert. Aber das kann doch den VDR nicht lahm legen, oder?


    Was hat's da?
    /idefixx2

    Also ich benutze LinVDR 0.7 mit dem aktuellsten Dr Seltsam Kernel, Tarandor und MT Patch und der aktuellen VDR Patch 1.4.0 von Cody.
    Burn Version ist 0.0.009


    Ob
    /usr/bin/Png2Yuv
    /usr/bin/mpeg2enc
    /usr/bin/mplex
    /usr/bin/spumux
    vorhanden sind, kann ich erst heute abend nachsehen.


    Noch eine Frage: Ab wann wird eigentlich Burn 0.1.000 in einen LinVDR Patch integriert werden?

    Hallo,
    bei mir wird das Brennen eines Films auf DVD nach dem Resampling abgebrochen. Woran kann's liegen?


    Hier meine dvd.log:


    ++ started: sh -c 'vdrburn.sh SYNC '/video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY' 0 '/video0/%American_Pie_-_Jetzt_wird_geheiratet/2006-05-07.20.10.50.50.rec''
    root: <SYNC /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY 0 /video0/%American_Pie_-_Jetzt_wird_geheiratet/2006-05-07.20.10.50.50.rec>
    root: Starting <nice -n 19 vdrsync.pl -cut -o /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0 /video0/%American_Pie_-_Jetzt_wird_geheiratet/2006-05-07.20.10.50.50.rec>
    Parameter validation not complete yet
    Initialising and analysing the streams....
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    READING INDEX FILE, please be patient
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    Got only 131040, you wanted 131029 and last IFrame is 131028...


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    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 129600 Audio length 115230 Diff: 14370
    CORRECTION: Inserted 6 additional frames cause at 633505579 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 9
    Illeagal AC3 freq
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    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 259200 Audio length 240480 Diff: 18720
    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 633635179 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 18
    not an 48 KHz stream, exiting
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    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 388800 Audio length 368235 Diff: 20565
    CORRECTION: Inserted 8 additional frames cause at 633764779 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 27
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 518400 Audio length 498495 Diff: 19905
    CORRECTION: Inserted 8 additional frames cause at 633894379 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 36
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 648000 Audio length 631260 Diff: 16740
    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 634023979 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 45
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 777600 Audio length 761520 Diff: 16080
    CORRECTION: Inserted 6 additional frames cause at 634153579 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 54
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
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    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 634283179 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 63
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
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    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 634412779 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 72
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
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    CORRECTION: Inserted 13 additional frames cause at 634671979 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 81
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 1425600 Audio length 1408185 Diff: 17415
    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 634801579 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 90
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 1555200 Audio length 1538445 Diff: 16755
    CORRECTION: Inserted 7 additional frames cause at 634931179 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 99
    WARNING: Stopped Audio flush for stream bd because the last Audio PTS is bigger than the last Video PTS, but the Audio length is shorter than the Video length:
    Video length 1684800 Audio length 1668705 Diff: 16095
    CORRECTION: Inserted 6 additional frames cause at 635060779 there was not enough audio
    kill_score is now: 108
    got the kill list bd
    Stream bd was killed due to an error


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    DEBUG processing Cut at GOP 3868
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    DEBUG Cut detected at 840303979 before GOP 3868


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    DEBUG processing Cut at GOP 3868
    DEBUG Processing cut: ::800473579::46416, 840303979
    DEBUG Setting cutcounter to 1


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    DEBUG ::1008179179::93048__NEW__1052113579
    DEBUG Found non processed cuts in the buffer
    DEBUG processing Cut at GOP 7754
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    DEBUG Found non processed cuts in the buffer
    DEBUG processing Cut at GOP 7754
    DEBUG Processing cut: ::1008179179::93048, 1052113579
    DEBUG Setting cutcounter to 2


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    2526 Mbytes of 2526 read
    1494143 PES packets processed
    Assuming final sync for stream c0, cause there is no new chunk_start


    Finished processing /video0/%American_Pie_-_Jetzt_wird_geheiratet/2006-05-07.20.10.50.50.rec/
    No need to finish DVD Image, since there is none
    Last fork ended for vdrsync.pl 1461
    ++ started: sh -c 'vdrburn.sh MPLEX '/video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0' '/video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv' '/video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa' '''
    root: <MPLEX /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0 /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa >
    root: Starting <nice -n 19 tcmplex -i /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv -p /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa -m d -o /video0/.vdr-burn.qwTVbY/VDRSYNC.0/movie.mpg>


    INFO: using reference profile (DVD)
    INFO: profile type is (PAL)


    INFO:
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    INFO: no pulldown detected ...
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    INFO: Multiplexing information
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    INFO:
    INFO: Scanning audio stream for access units information
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    INFO: Found 41 audio frame headers, stream bit offset 220416.
    INFO: MPEG audio stream information
    INFO: Stream length : 27552
    INFO: Syncwords : 41
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    INFO: Frames : 0 size 673 bytes
    INFO: Layer : 2
    INFO: CRC checksums : no
    INFO: Bit rate : 28000 bytes/sec (224 kbit/sec)
    INFO: Frequency : 48.0 kHz
    INFO: Mode : 0 stereo
    INFO: Mode extension : 0
    INFO: Copyright bit : 0 no copyright
    INFO: Original/Copy : 0 copy
    INFO: Emphasis : 0 none
    INFO:
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    INFO: Video stream data rate : 0 bytes/sec (0 bits/sec)
    INFO: Audio stream 1 data rate : 28000 bytes/sec (224000 bits/sec)
    INFO: Total data rate : 1260000 bytes/sec (10080000 bits/sec)
    INFO:
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    INFO: Locale=C
    INFO: Converting filenames to ANSI_X3.4-1968


    STAT: 0:00:00.000
    spumux: magick/blob.c:459: CloseBlob: Assertion `image->signature == 0xabacadabUL' failed.
    /usr/bin/vdrburn.sh: line 275: 1528 Broken pipe $TCMPLEX -i "$2/menu-bg-$3.m2v" -p "$4/menu-silence.mp2" -m d -o /dev/stdout
    1529 Aborted | spumux -v 2 "$2/menu-$3.xml" >"$2/menu-bg-$3.mpg"

    ich habs leider nach längerem herumprobieren nicht geschafft, windows mit grub zu starten. auch als ich grub in den mbr von hda installiert hatte, hat das nicht richtig funktioniert. keine ahnung, was ich da falsch gemacht habe.


    nun habe ich den umgekehrten weg gewählt:
    * den MBR von hdb in ein File gepackt und auf c:\ abgelegt
    * aufruf dieser datei per boot.ini
    -> funktioniert. ich kann jetzt weiterhin jede platte auch solo betreiben und hab auch keine zusätzliche linux partition auf hda installieren müssen.


    dennoch vielen dank für eure unterstützung!
    /idefixx2

    > Wieso erfordert grub auf /hda ne /hdb ?
    wie gesagt, ich vermute, dass grub im mbr von hda ohne menu.lst auf der hdb nicht funktionieren kann, aber wie gesagt, das ist eine vermutung, denn trotz durchlesen aller manuals und foren hab ich nicht wirklich den 100%igen durchblick, wie grub arbeitet, wo stage1_5 und stage2 abgelegt werden, bzw wie auf menu.lst zugegriffen wird.

    Aber wenn ich das ganze richtig verstehe würde die installation des grub auf /dev/hda voraussetzen, dass die zweite festplatte /dev/hdb immer installiert sein muss. würde auf dieser linux platte etwas schief gehen oder würde ich sie entfernen, könnte grub nicht mehr funktionieren, weil er ja auf menu.lst nicht mehr zugreifen kann.
    gibt's da keine schönere lösung, sodass im speziellen fall jede platte unabhängig von der anderen booten kann? - egal ob die andere jetzt vorhanden ist oder nicht.

    Grundsätzlich will ich den Windows Bootlader nicht überschreiben, aber wenn's anders nicht geht, werde ich es so machen müssen. Ich hab ja eh eine Startdiskette mit der ich notfalls Win 2000 wieder booten kann und den MBR wiederherstellen.


    Wie aber installiere ich grub in den MBR von /dev/hda? Ich hab grub noch nie installieren müssen, weil das schon automatisch bei der Installation von LinVDR auf /dev/hdb gemacht wurde und hab daher keine Ahnung. Welche Befehle muss ich ausführen?


    /idefixx2

    Hallo,
    mein System sieht folgendermaßen aus:
    /dev/hda Bootmanager von Windows 2000 im MBR
    /dev/hda1 primäre Partition: Windows 2000 auf NTFS
    /dev/hda5 extended: ntfs programme von Windows 2000
    /dev/hda6 extended: fat32 daten
    /dev/hdb Bootmanager GRUB im MBR
    /dev/hdb1 LinVDR0.7 auf ext3


    Im BIOS kann ich nun auswählen, ob ich die erste Festplatte mit Windows booten will oder die zweite Festplatte mit LinVDR. Dies funktioniert problemlos, ist aber umständlich und daher möchte ich fix mit der Linux-Platte booten lassen und dort per grub wahlweise LinVDR oder Windows 2000 starten.
    In die /boot/grub/menu.lst habe ich am Ende folgende Zeilen hinzugefügt:


    title Windows
    rootnoverify (hd0,0)
    chainloader +1
    makeactive


    Wähle ich dann beim Booten in Grub "Windows" aus, so kommt am Bildschirm:
    L 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 99 .. .. .. .. ca. 10 Zeilen lang und dann passiert gar nichts mehr. Ich kann dann nur neu booten.
    In diversen Foren habe ich dann gelesen, das könnte etwas mit dem Autodetect für die Festplatten im BIOS zu tun haben, jedoch das Umstellen auf Manuell hat nichts geändert.


    Hab dann etwas anderes versucht: Per
    dd if=/dev/hda of=/boot/hda.mbr bs=512 count=1
    habe ich von Linux aus den MBR der Windows Platte gesichert und rufe nun mit dem chainloader diese Datei auf. Der Eintrag in /boot/grub/menu.lst sieht nun so aus:


    title Windows
    rootnoverify (hd0,0)
    chainloader /boot/hda.mbr
    makeactive


    Dies führt beim Aufruf von "Windows" in Grub zu folgender Fehlermeldung:
    Error loading operating system
    und es steht wieder alles. Ich denke allerdings, dass die Meldung bereits ein Meldung von Windows und nicht von Grub ist.


    Im Internet habe ich dann noch diverse Windows Tools gefunden, mit denen ich den MBR in eine Datei sichern kann (dd for windows, bootsave, bootpart). dd for windows und bootpart schreiben mir in die hda.mbr einen Text "Invalid partition table. Error loading operating system. Missing operating system." und funktionieren somit auch nicht zum Windows booten aus Grub heraus.
    Einzig die von bootpart 2.60 erzeugte hda.mbr gibt "Cannot load from harddisk. Insert system disk and press any key." nach dem "Windows" Aufruf in grub aus. Der anschließende Tastendruck führt dann aber doch noch zum fehlerfreien Booten von Windows.


    Dies ist zwar eine Lösung, aber keine schöne und ich möchte Windows ohne Bestätigung einer Fehlermeldung booten können.


    Kann mir irgendwer sagen, was ich noch probieren könnte, um Windows doch noch fehlerfrei per Grub booten zu können? Die Konstellation meiner Partitionen möchte ich allerdings nicht verändern, das Problem müsste sich normalerweise auch so lösen lassen.


    /idefixx2

    Könnte schon sein, dass das Problem bei mplex liegt. ich hab aber keine ahnung, wie ich mplex neu installieren soll. ich bin nur Anwender mit eher spärlichen Linux-Kenntnissen. ich kann tools per debtool installieren, aber sobald es ans kompilieren ging, habe ich noch nie etwas zustande gebracht.
    gibt es eine lösung, die ich dummie auch durchführen kann?

    Hallo,
    bisher sind alle meine Versuche gescheitert, eine VDR Aufnahme auf DVD zu brennen. An Platz auf der Festplatte mangelt es nicht. Aus der dvd.log werde ich selbst leider nicht schlau, weil ich mitten drin schon einige eigenartige Fehlermeldungen sehe:
    * Parameter validation not complete
    * No need to finish DVD Image, since there is none
    * ++ WARN: [mplex] Target data rate lower than computed requirement!
    ++ WARN: [mplex] N.b. a 20% or so discrepancy in variable bit-rate
    ++ WARN: [mplex] streams is common and harmless provided no time-
    * spumux: magick/blob.c:459: CloseBlob: Assertion `image->signature == 0xabacadabUL' failed.
    /usr/bin/vdrburn.sh: line 275: 1505 Broken pipe mplex -f 8 -vbr -v 0 -o /dev/stdout "$2/menu-bg-$3.m2v" "$4/menu-silence.mp2"
    1506 Aborted | spumux -v 2 "$2/menu-$3.xml" >"$2/menu-bg-$3.mpg"


    Das Hauptproblem liegt offenbar in letzterem Punkt, welcher auch das Ende des dvd.log Files darstellt. Kennt sich da jemand aus damit?


    Hier nochmal die ganze dvd.log:
    _________________________________________________________
    ++ started: sh -c 'vdrburn.sh SYNC '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9' 0 '/video0/James_Bond_007#3A_Die_Welt_ist_nicht_genug/2006-04-17.20.10.50.50.rec''
    root: <SYNC /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9 0 /video0/James_Bond_007#3A_Die_Welt_ist_nicht_genug/2006-04-17.20.10.50.50.rec>
    root: Starting <nice -n 19 vdrsync.pl -cut -o /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0 /video0/James_Bond_007#3A_Die_Welt_ist_nicht_genug/2006-04-17.20.10.50.50.rec>
    Parameter validation not complete yet
    Initialising and analysing the streams....
    ****************************************
    READING INDEX FILE, please be patient
    ****************************************


    10 Mbytes of 222 read


    Warning! Probably a VDR Version > 1.3.19 was used to record this broadcast.
    Warning! AC3 processing highly experimental!



    20 Mbytes of 222 read
    30 Mbytes of 222 read
    40 Mbytes of 222 read
    50 Mbytes of 222 read
    60 Mbytes of 222 read
    70 Mbytes of 222 read
    80 Mbytes of 222 read
    90 Mbytes of 222 read
    100 Mbytes of 222 read
    110 Mbytes of 222 read
    120 Mbytes of 222 read
    130 Mbytes of 222 read
    140 Mbytes of 222 read
    150 Mbytes of 222 read
    160 Mbytes of 222 read
    170 Mbytes of 222 read
    180 Mbytes of 222 read
    190 Mbytes of 222 read
    200 Mbytes of 222 read
    210 Mbytes of 222 read
    220 Mbytes of 222 read
    222 Mbytes of 222 read
    134211 PES packets processed
    last PTS: 1251289852
    last PTS: 1251288578


    Finished processing /video0/James_Bond_007#3A_Die_Welt_ist_nicht_genug/2006-04-17.20.10.50.50.rec/
    No need to finish DVD Image, since there is none
    Last fork ended for vdrsync.pl 1484
    ++ started: sh -c 'vdrburn.sh MPLEX '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0' '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv' '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.ac3' '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa''
    root: <MPLEX /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0 /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.ac3 /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa>
    root: Starting <nice -n 19 mplex -f 8 -vbr -v 1 -o /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/movie.mpg /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.ac3 /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa>
    INFO: [mplex] mplex version 1.6.2 (2.2.3 $Date: 2004/01/13 20:45:26 $)
    INFO: [mplex] File /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv looks like an MPEG Video stream.
    INFO: [mplex] File /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.ac3 looks like an AC3 Audio stream.
    INFO: [mplex] File /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa looks like an MPEG Audio stream.
    INFO: [mplex] Video stream 0: profile 8 selected - ignoring non-standard options!
    INFO: [mplex] Found 2 audio streams and 1 video streams
    INFO: [mplex] Selecting dvdauthor DVD output profile
    INFO: [mplex] Multiplexing video program stream!
    INFO: [mplex] Scanning for header info: Video stream e0 (/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.mpv)
    INFO: [mplex] VIDEO STREAM: e0
    INFO: [mplex] Frame width : 720
    INFO: [mplex] Frame height : 576
    INFO: [mplex] Aspect ratio : 4:3 display
    INFO: [mplex] Picture rate : 25.000 frames/sec
    INFO: [mplex] Bit rate : 15000000 bits/sec
    INFO: [mplex] Vbv buffer size : 229376 bytes
    INFO: [mplex] CSPF : 0
    INFO: [mplex] Scanning for header info: AC3 Audio stream 00 (/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync.ac3)
    INFO: [mplex] AC3 frame size = 1792


    INFO: [mplex] AC3 AUDIO STREAM:
    INFO: [mplex] Bit rate : 57344 bytes/sec (448 kbit/sec)
    INFO: [mplex] Frequency : 48000 Hz
    INFO: [mplex] Scanning for header info: Audio stream c1 (/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/vdrsync0.mpa)
    INFO: [mplex] MPEG AUDIO STREAM: c1
    INFO: [mplex] Audio version : 1.0
    INFO: [mplex] Layer : 2
    INFO: [mplex] CRC checksums : yes
    INFO: [mplex] Bit rate : 24576 bytes/sec (192 kbit/sec)
    INFO: [mplex] Frequency : 48000 Hz
    INFO: [mplex] Mode : 0 stereo
    INFO: [mplex] Mode extension : 0
    INFO: [mplex] Copyright bit : 0 no copyright
    INFO: [mplex] Original/Copy : 0 copy
    INFO: [mplex] Emphasis : 0 none
    INFO: [mplex] SYSTEMS/PROGRAM stream:
    INFO: [mplex] rough-guess multiplexed stream data rate : 15977496
    INFO: [mplex] target data-rate specified : 10080000
    ++ WARN: [mplex] Target data rate lower than computed requirement!
    ++ WARN: [mplex] N.b. a 20% or so discrepancy in variable bit-rate
    ++ WARN: [mplex] streams is common and harmless provided no time-outs will occur
    INFO: [mplex] Run-in Sectors = 90 Video delay = 13165 Audio delay = 23965
    INFO: [mplex] New sequence commences...
    INFO: [mplex] Video e0: buf= 237568 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    INFO: [mplex] Audio bd: buf= 16384 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    INFO: [mplex] Audio c1: buf= 4096 frame=000000 sector=00000000
    INFO: [mplex] STREAM e0 completed @ frame 13888.
    INFO: [mplex] STREAM bd completed @ frame 17362.
    INFO: [mplex] STREAM c1 completed @ frame 23149.
    INFO: [mplex] Multiplex completion at SCR=50017426.
    INFO: [mplex] Video e0: buf= 237568 frame=013888 sector=00087803
    INFO: [mplex] Audio bd: buf= 9216 frame=017362 sector=00015434
    INFO: [mplex] Audio c1: buf= 1792 frame=023149 sector=00006602
    INFO: [mplex] VIDEO_STATISTICS: e0
    INFO: [mplex] Video Stream length: 176610016 bytes
    INFO: [mplex] Sequence headers: 1190
    INFO: [mplex] Sequence ends : 0
    INFO: [mplex] No. Pictures : 13889
    INFO: [mplex] No. Groups : 1190
    INFO: [mplex] No. I Frames : 1190 avg. size 34834 bytes
    INFO: [mplex] No. P Frames : 3440 avg. size 14149 bytes
    INFO: [mplex] No. B Frames : 9260 avg. size 9338 bytes
    INFO: [mplex] Average bit-rate : 2542800 bits/sec
    INFO: [mplex] Peak bit-rate : 4467200 bits/sec
    INFO: [mplex] BUFFERING min 15 Buf max 134306
    INFO: [mplex] AUDIO_STATISTICS: bd
    INFO: [mplex] Audio stream length 31114496 bytes.
    INFO: [mplex] Frames : 2261886595
    INFO: [mplex] BUFFERING min 35 Buf max 1603
    INFO: [mplex] AUDIO_STATISTICS: c1
    INFO: [mplex] Audio stream length 13334400 bytes.
    INFO: [mplex] Syncwords : 23150
    INFO: [mplex] Frames : 23150 padded
    INFO: [mplex] Frames : 0 unpadded
    INFO: [mplex] BUFFERING min 15 Buf max 587
    INFO: [mplex] MUX STATUS: no under-runs detected.
    ++ executing: sh -c 'nice -n 19 rm -rf /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/*.m[p2]v'
    ++ executing: sh -c 'nice -n 19 rm -rf /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/*.mp[a2]'
    ++ executing: sh -c 'nice -n 19 rm -rf /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0/*.ac3'
    ++ started an internal procedure
    ++ starting sh -c 'vdrburn.sh MKMENU '/video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0' '0' '/etc/vdr/plugins/burn'' in internal procedure
    root: <MKMENU /video0/.vdr-burn.KdjwB9/VDRSYNC.0 0 /etc/vdr/plugins/burn>
    DVDAuthor::spumux, version 0.6.11.
    Build options: gnugetopt magick iconv freetype
    Send bugs to <dvdauthor-users@lists.sourceforge.net>


    INFO: Locale=C
    INFO: Converting filenames to ANSI_X3.4-1968


    STAT: 0:00:00.000
    spumux: magick/blob.c:459: CloseBlob: Assertion `image->signature == 0xabacadabUL' failed.
    /usr/bin/vdrburn.sh: line 275: 1505 Broken pipe mplex -f 8 -vbr -v 0 -o /dev/stdout "$2/menu-bg-$3.m2v" "$4/menu-silence.mp2"
    1506 Aborted | spumux -v 2 "$2/menu-$3.xml" >"$2/menu-bg-$3.mpg"

    Hallo,
    ich habe in mein Linvdr0.7 System mit MarcTwain Patch jetzt nachträglich einen DVD Brenner eingebaut, vdrconvert und das burn-plugin im Setup aktiviert und neu gebootet.


    Jetzt kann ich munter Aufzeichnungen zum Brennen markieren.
    Dabei erscheint die Meldung "Bitte wechseln Sie ins Menü DVDs brennen..."


    Diesen Menüeintrag hätte ich jetzt im Hauptmenü erwartet - aber den gibt es dort nicht. Eine Reinstallation des Paketes bringt keinen neuen Menüpunkt.


    Kann ich den per Hand hinzufügen oder fehlt eventuell doch noch ein Paket?
    Habe ich etwas übersehen?

    Hallo,
    ich habe die Kanotix-VDR Live-CD installiert, weil ich meinen Rechner neben seiner Funktion als VDR gerne weiter zum Arbeiten mit graphischem Desktop (OpenOffice, Webbrowser) verwenden möchte.
    a.) Ich möchte aber nicht, dass das Fernsehbild per Xine am BIldschirm ausgegeben wird, sondern weiterhin über den Videoausgang meiner Hauppauge Nexus-S 2.3, so wie ich es von linvdr gewohnt bin. Was muss ich tun, um das zu erreichen?
    b.) Ausserdem funktioniert die Bedienung per Fernbedienung meiner Nexus-Karte nicht, was muss ich ändern, um sie zum Laufen zu bringen? Unter linvdr hat's auch einwandfrei funktioniert. Gibts da so etwas wie ein Konfigurationstool für die FB?
    /idefixx2

    Hallo,
    ich möchte gerne einen KDE oder ähnliches auf linvdr aufsetzen, damit ich das System gleichzeitig mit der VDR Funktionalität auch "normalen Linux Rechner" verwenden kann.
    Wie kann ich zB KDE auf das installierte linvdr System draufsetzen?
    /idefixx

    Hallo zusammen,


    Habe mir die version 3.06 von ctVDR heruntergeladen (.iso Datei von der heise-Homepgae). Beim Installieren von VDR hab ich nun folgenden Fehler:


    Testing lilo.conf ...
    An error occurred while running lilo in test mode, a log is
    available in /var/log/lilo_log.xxxx. Please edit /etc/lilo.conf
    manually and re-run lilo, or make other arrangements to boot
    your machine.


    ctVDR soll als einziges Betriebssystem auf der Festplatte laufen, daher hatte ich zuvor im Menü angeordnet, den Bootloader in den Master Boot Record zu setzen.


    Kann mir jemand helfen? Achtung, ich bin kein Linux-Spezialist. Ich möchte nur einen Videorekorder aus meinem PC machen. Bitte dies bei der Hilfestellung zu berücksichtigen und Anweisungen am besten für einen vollkommenen Laien formulieren. Vielen Dank.