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  1. dimakatchalo

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    I am in Melbourne, Aus. and experiencing the exact same issue with the SBS network (recordings in MPG are 0 bytes, TS recordings are fine, watching the channel is also fine).

    I get the same results with the old and new TS filters.

    Any news on this bug? I can do testing if required. I didn't provide logs given this issue has been discussed/logged by previous posters. If logs are needed, pls let me know.

    Thanks.



    p.s. running latest SVN and TVE3 + MP0.2.3 RC1.
     
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    Hi

    I am also having the same issues as the others i.e. when recoding in MPG the file size is 0 bytes. When recording in TS everything works fine. I also have the following errors in tswriter.log

    14-09-2007 16:27:10 CPesPacket::Fullbuffer 4438 4438
    14-09-2007 16:27:10 CPesPacket::Fullbuffer 4472 4472
    ......
    ......

    Currently tunned to Freeview in the UK (Crystal Palace)
    Tuner card is Kworld DVB T 220 and VideoMate DVB-T 300 (both have the same issue)
    TVengine3-09-13-2007--10-15h--Rev15868
    MediaPortal_0.2.3_RC2
    SVN 09-13-2007--01-05-Rev15867

    If this is a confirmed bug is there any news on when it may be fixed? I am also more than willing to help out or carry out some tests. I can also supply more detailed logs etc, just let me know :)

    thanks for a great product

    Alistair
     
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    Any updates on this. I am using release 0.2.3.0 and TV.3 available at the time of .2.3.0 release
     
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    Hi,

    I am having the same problem with german DVB-S programs here. Sometimes I have empty recordings, sometimes they seem to contain audio only. Changing from MPEG to TS seems to resolve this problem. Let me know if I can help or you need details.
     
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    Got the same problem here (DVB-T, Sweden). Ts = Ok, MPG = Bad.

    Latest SVN's and stuff.

    Edit: Seems to be a few channels only affected. If you want a recording to analyze or something, I can upload it whereever.

    Edit2: Those channels ALWAYS use multichannel Dolby Digital.
     
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    Please don't expect mpeg support to be fixed soon - if at all!

    The team's highest priority is to get the tve3 stable and useable for the most people. This demands all our resources and therefore a "bonus" feature like mpeg recordings can't be addressed yet. We would be happy of course if there is a community coder skilled in C++ who wants to help out there ;)
     
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    C++ ?

    I consider myself to be an "ok" coder, but not in anything that start with a C... :p
     
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    Damn. I'm surprised (and disappointed) that .mpg recording is viewed as a "bonus" feature. :(

    I guess by the number of comments I've seen around the forums referring to .mpg recording I'd thought that it was viewed to be a little more of a core feature... but I understand, there are always limited resources & priorities...

    If only I could code...
     
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    TS recordings are ok, as long as I have a way to transcode them to MPEG. Currently I am struggling hard with transcoding via ProjectX and other tools, but currently I am not able to manage the import into Tmpgenc V3. This was working with the Mediaportal generated MPEG files however. So currently I am collecting TV recordings but am not able to burn them on a DVD :-/

    The internal transcoder "compress TV recordings" also does not work currently, as it simply does not show any of the recordings :-/ Maybe it does not know the new database and the subfolder structure?

    Regards
    Frank
     
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    Mediacoder and Nero Vision can do that "out-of-the-box".
     
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