[solved] - Possible (TsReader?) regression in 1.16 | Page 4

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    Sorry for delay in responding. Have had some personal matters requiring my attention.
    I have included two sets of MP logs (using the 'report bug to MP' from the Watchdog. If this is not appropriate, let me know).
    Both sets of logs are using the same PrimeTV recorded programme. The original utilises about 3 minute jumps -as well as i minute jumps- in conjunction the FF/play buttons to resync.
    The Dev logs uses the same timeskips, without the FF resyncing, as this was not necessary. Hope they assist.
    I will be away from home for a couple of days, so any further requests will be after that time.


     
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    hey olwroost, your bin seems work fine, and seems reduce my zapping time.
     
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    @Owlsroost inside MP2 TV player I have a "SeekToEnd" method: MediaPortal-2/LiveTvPlayer.cs at ffe1d6090fa28fcae9c2cc61415e23be02fc5670 · MediaPortal/MediaPortal-2 · GitHub.
    It only invokes new seek command to end of stream, if it is at least some interval behind (here configured to 50ms). This was done to avoid "end of stream" interruptions during playback.

    Do I understand your changes correctly, that you fixed this behavior on TsReader side now? So I might be able to remove this condition in MP2 code.
     
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    TsReader will not seek to closer than 3 seconds from the end of a recording file (to try and avoid triggering EOF conditions/messages). Timeshifting is always treated as endless, so EOF is never triggered (internal EOF conditions are ignored).

    The branch that TsReader v4.2.2.37 is built from is: GitHub - MediaPortal/MediaPortal-1 at EXP-MP1-TsReader_cleanup

    Note this branch also has changes to StreamServer.dll to fix a 'files not closed' bug (fix already included in MP 1.17) and a few other experimental changes.

    As you might guess from the branch name, I've also cleaned-up the TsReader codebase to get rid of as many of the build warning messages as I can (a long overdue cleanup!).
     
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    I found an occasional 'crash to desktop' bug with 4.2.2.37 on my system, so attached is TsReader v4.2.2.38 for testing.
     

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    Yep i have seen one crash with previous version (2 days ago) so let's try this one :)
    Thanks.
     
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    Me too, but i wasn't sure than was tsreader tje culprit, but not easy to repeat this crash.

    Envoyé de mon D5803 en utilisant Tapatalk
     
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    Can report the latest TsReader works pretty good. never noticed any crashes from the previous dev version, but I wasn't using it enough -maybe- for it to show.
    The following is definitely NOT a cricitism: just an observation. After seeking forward on NZ PrimeTV, in LiveTV, the picture will have a very slight lag & breakup, before resuming in sync with the audio. With recorded TV playback, the same seeking results in no breakup, just some slow-motion video (about 1.5 seconds) before normal syncing.

    Very happy with the results(y)(y)
     
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    Are you seeking (skipping) forward to the 'live' point (the end of the file)?
     
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