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Discussion in 'untested MediaPortal and TV-Server 1.0 RC2 svn-bui' started by MediaPortal-Bot, July 25, 2008.

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    1. Can you watch live TV after wake up from suspend?

    2. Do you have "Re-initialize TV service after wake up" (or something like that) enabled in TV Server Powerscheduler settings?

     
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    I can answer this (I have the same problem... see a few posts above - including logs).
    1. No. Even watching using the TV-Server config tool (preview) does not work
    2. I have that enabled. Without it MP just won't work at all.
    - Previous builds worked correctly.
     
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    Well, according to Bavarian the "Re-initialize TV Server" option has some problems when enabled:

    See https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...eduler-synchronization-concurrency-bug-42094/ (post #9 is my working settings & test run)

    EDIT: I'm not using RC2 at the moment so it's possible that your problems are only RC2 related. The link I posted is about RC1 SVN (see my system specs for revision) and I'm using Powerscheduler.dll that Bavarian posted there.
     
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    Its a bug indeed, thanks for reporting it.

    Fixed-
    0001500: CAM limits ignored when 2 consecutive recordings on same transponder are running. - MediaPortal Bugtracker

    /gibman

     
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    Hi
    Running on Vista Sp1 Ultimate

    I'm having problems with DVD-Play and AC3Filter as AudioCodec (With Ms Audio Codec works), I have found the solution and is to remove from "mediaportal.xml" the audio codec " <entry name="audiocodec">AC3Filter</entry>"

    Then MP does not find a AudioCodec on the mediaportal.xml so it gets the AudioCodec from the registry... And Works..(getting AC3Filter) as the codec..

    I have attach both logs, setting Ac3Filter as codec and removing the Audio codec from Mediaportal.xml, I have also add the graph

    Thanks
     
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    1. No live TV doesn't work

    2. "Re-initialie TV service after wake up" isn't checked. If I do I still get same result. With this set if I suspend for any length of time it doesn't work on restart.

    If I suspend for say 5 minutes without "Re-init" checked everything comes back fine without issue. But overnight it doesn't work (7-8 hours).
     
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    OK. Good work, Gibman.

    romadd
     
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    OK, but can anyone explain what this function actually does? How does this work? I mean, different graphs are needed for different channels because different channels need different codecs (mpeg2/h264/AC3/etc), right? It is not possible to know what channel you are going to tune to, so how can the graph than be preloaded?

    I never had the problem of the first tuned channel being slow. But that might be because I have only one pc with mp/tvserver.

    Sometimes the sound is missing though on my SD channels. Sometimes, when I change from one SD channel to another, I lose the audio. If I'm timeshifting, sometimes rewinding some seconds to the previous channel (where the audio still was there) helps and the sound returns also for the channel where it was gone, so the audio must also be in the timeshift buffer... :confused:
    What always works is when I change to a HD channel and back, the sound also returns.
    This happens every day at some point, but never very predictable...
    Any suggestions?
     
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    There are two directshow graphs running when you are using TVE3. 1st one is running in the service process and it handles the BDA driver side + writing data to the HD. 2nd graph is inside MediaPortal process and that handles the .ts file / TS buffer playback.

    The 1st graph doesnt need to know anything about the video and audio formats that its recording, therefore that graph canbe preloaded. Also the 1st one is usualy much slower graph to build.
     
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