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Discussion in '[untested] MediaPortal and TV-Server 1.0 svn-build' started by MediaPortal-Bot, April 2, 2009.

  1. putkonen
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    Can't delete one recorded TV show. Restarting Windows doesn't help.



    2009-04-07 23:42:22.611789 [13]: RecordingFileHandler: Error while deleting a recording from disk: The process cannot access the file 'C:\TV\Emmerdale - MTV3\Emmerdale - - 2009-04-03 - 18_00.ts' because it is being used by another process.
     
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    get process explorer and search for the file to see what's locking it.. is it a shared folder?
     
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    I´m facing two issues with this SVN (and Media Portal 1.0.0 in general):

    - when playing / browsing thru network HDDs (samba shared HDDs) when we have several files (>30) it takes lots of time to list files (even without covers) and lots of time to start playback

    - IMDB searches are a little dumb and do not in account folder/avi full info (eg: "Harry Potter Goblet of Fire (2005)"). It returns several entries and does asks what Harry Potter (should see by the year which one). I have pointed out "each folder has one video" or something like that.

    - should be added the option TO ADD FOLDERS + CHANGE SKING inside the program (even if after that it asked to restart automatically the program), not only on the configuration app. It´s very annoying to shutdown the app, run the configuration app, change, exit, restart the app
     
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    I've seen that once as well when trying to remove a recording.
     
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    Text scroll speeds too fast.....


    Also, I would like to reduce the scroll speeds a bit more now that the GUI is quicker. It seems to have made the scrolling faster too. I have both set to 1 on scroll speed but the horizontal scroll is still too fast for my liking. Is it possible to have an option for slower scroll speeds? I have tried dropping the fps rate from default 50 but the setting goes back to 50 as soon as I hit the back button. This would have been the other way I could slow the scrolling down.

    Cheers,
    COlin
     
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    Also, if you pause video, the vertical scroll in the OSD is much faster than when you just bring up the video OSD without pausing.

    Sorry for no logs, going to bed right now. Can however post logs tomorrow.
    Emph
     
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    MediaPortal crashed on exit

    vista 32bit
     
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    Hi, today I got this BlueScreen on my WindowsXP Prof.

    STOP: 0x0000008E (0xE0000001, 0xBA398925, 0xBA2076C4, 0x00000000)

    watchdog.sys Address BA398925 bast at BA398000, Datestamp 480254ab


    This is only for recognition, maybe it's a generally Bug, I don't know...
     
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    I found that manually editing the GUIRenderFPS entry MediaPortal.xml worked for me. I'm guessing the scroll value of 1 = 1 pixel/frame? It would probably make more sense if the scroll speed was independent of the GUI FPS.
     
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    BSOD's are caused by driver\hardware, changed\updated any drivers recently.
     
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