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00:01<nziarek>i'm sorry, but I don;t see the preview screen setting...what am i looking for?
00:01<nziarek>duh, sorry
00:27<nyquiljer>gaaaah
00:27<nyquiljer>i just downloaded iulius 2
00:28<nyquiljer>and unzipped it from /usr/local/share/mythtv/themes as root
00:28<nyquiljer>and of course, it creates another usr/local/share/mythtv/themes underneat that
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02:27<Timon>Anyone know why I'm getting this error: In file included from moc_tv_play.cpp:11:
02:27<Timon>tv_play.h:29: parse error before `)' token
02:27<Timon>tv_play.h:41: parse error before `)' token
02:27<Timon>And a bunch more. After I put Q_OBJECT in libs/libmythtv/tv_play.h?
02:28<Ndiin>line 29 of tv_play.h is a blank line..
02:29<Ndiin>But why did you add Q_OBJECT anyway?
02:29<Ndiin>it doesnt use slots/signals
02:30<Timon>Ndiin: It will when I'm done with it :-)
02:30<Timon>My patch for channel history requires a timer
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02:31<Ndiin>And to determine your problem we'd need to see the altered code..
02:31<Timon>Any ideas Ndiin ?
02:31<Timon>K
02:31<Timon>class TV : public QObject
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02:31<Timon>{
02:31<Timon>Q_OBJECT
02:32<Ndiin>Thats the only change?
02:32<Timon>private slots:
02:32<Timon> void SetPreviousChannel();
02:32<Timon>Thats the change which breaks it
02:32<Timon>There are plenty of other changes, but adding in the macro Q_OBJECT breaks it
02:34<Timon>Want me to email you tv_play.h and .cpp files?
02:34<Ndiin>No, hold on
02:34<Timon>k
02:34<Timon>thanks Ndiin
02:34<Ndiin>cpp shouldnt have any effect at all, moc doesn't use it
02:34<Timon>Yeah, but I've made a bunch of changes to .cpp
02:35<Ndiin>doesnt matter to moc ;)
02:35<Timon>ok :-)
02:35<Timon>Just thought it might help you in some way
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02:38<Ndiin>hmm, I know I'm missing something blatantly obvious here, heh
02:38<Ndiin>but I can't pinpoint it
02:39<Timon>heheh
02:40<Timon>Did you put that in tv_play.h make distclean in libs/libmythtv and recompile?
02:41<Ndiin>I copied to a test tree and added Q_OBJECT
02:41<Ndiin>only need to compile the moc of it
02:41<Ndiin>no need for anything else, heh
02:42<Timon>ok :-)
02:44<moegreen>Ndiin: the moc compiles fine. The errors come in when recompiling stuff that links to that library (mythfrontend, etc)
02:45<Ndiin>moegreen: the moc doesnt compile fine..
02:45<moegreen>Ndiin: how so?
02:46<Ndiin>Its getting parse errors as Timon said earlier
02:46<Ndiin>I'm trying to figure out why
02:46<Ndiin>Doesn't make much sense
02:47<Timon>I'm glad I'm not the only one having problems
02:48<Ndiin>The only thing added to tv_play.h being Q_OBJECT, moc tv_play.h > moc_tv_play.cpp, compile moc_tv_play.cpp -> parse errors
02:48<Ndiin>Which don't make sense
02:48<Ndiin>Its like theres a parse error within the Q_OBJECT macro
02:49<Timon>which is odd. Cause its used in half a dozen other files in myth
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02:50<Ndiin>Correct; It is not a problem with the macro
02:52<Chutt>just add an include for tv.h
02:53<Timon>Thanks Chutt
02:53<Ndiin>heh, I knew I was missing something blatantly obvious
02:54<Timon>Now, so I can understand this more. Why did including tv.h fix things?
02:54<Chutt>because the TVState enum is defined in there
02:55* poptixlooks around
02:55<Timon>Ok, I see that. But how did adding Q_OBJECT require the enum TVState?
02:55<Ndiin>because the cpp file didnt include it.
02:55<Ndiin>tv_play.cpp does, though
02:55<Chutt>nothing's supposed to include tv_play.h directly
02:56<poptix>Chutt: what's the ETA on your delivery from amazon.com?
02:56<Chutt>tomorrow, why?
02:56<Captain_Murdoch>Chutt, what was that bug you fixed for me? :)
02:56<poptix>i was planning to stop by your house and steal the package off your doorstep
02:56<poptix>..
02:56<poptix>actually, i was just curious.
02:56<Chutt>captain_murdoch, your framesPlayed stuff from last night
02:57<Chutt>at least, i think i fixed it
02:57<Chutt>poptix, i've got it playing back .mpg files now, actually
02:57<poptix>my WinTV card is completely fubar for some reason
02:57<Chutt>though i'm cheating on sync
02:57<poptix>the regular one
02:57<Chutt>ie, i'm ignoring it completely right now =)
02:57<poptix>=p
02:57<Captain_Murdoch>oh, ok. I hadn't put it in cvs yet because I had some commercial skip stuff I'm getting ready to merge. I just synced downloaded your updates into another tree and will check it out.
02:58<Chutt>but that'll be easy once i'm more awake
02:58<Chutt>the .mpg format sucks, btw
02:58<Chutt>=)
02:58<poptix>heh =)
02:58<Chutt>though, i'm just using libavformat for it
02:58<Chutt>so this should _actually_ play .avi files too
02:58<Chutt>and other randomass shit
02:58<Captain_Murdoch>glad someone as close to the code as you is putting in pvr-250 support, I've got one sitting here waiting to be used. :)
02:58<poptix>nifty
02:59<Chutt>i need to make it use the ringbuffer, too
02:59<poptix>Chutt: the 12mbit mpeg-2 streams coming off that board look really nice =P
02:59<Chutt>and it doesn't make any attempt to sync
02:59<Chutt>err, seek
02:59<Chutt>but hey, whaddya expect for a couple hours or work =)
03:00<poptix>heh =)
03:00<Chutt>so i figure if i do some light-weight demuxing while it records
03:00<Chutt>i can find I frames
03:00<Chutt>and build up a seek table
03:00<Chutt>so _everything_ should work just like normal
03:00<Chutt>edit mode, everythin
03:04<Captain_Murdoch>Chutt, so current cvs code can play mpg files if they're renamed to .nuv and there's a record in recorded?
03:04<Chutt>no
03:04<Captain_Murdoch>ok, so just your tree
03:04<Chutt>i haven't checked it into cvs yet
03:04<Chutt>i probably won't until it's more complete
03:04<Captain_Murdoch>ok.
03:06<Chutt>heh
03:06<Chutt>yup, it plays .avi files, too
03:06<Chutt>cool.
03:07<Chutt>anyway, it's waaay past bed time
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03:12<poptix>whats up
03:12<poptix>er
03:12<poptix>w/w
03:14<Captain_Murdoch>Chutt: I had to put a small fix in dofastforward yesterday to get single-frame seeks working with the framesPlayed mod. I'll check that out with your new decoder class to see if it's still required.
04:22<Captain_Murdoch>doesn't appear to be necessary with current cvs though. maybe it was something else.
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08:41<nziarek>moegreen: when I have my program_info_play container higher on the screen, it works fine; as I move it into position, (which is down from where it is), the bottom line of the text starts to be cut off from the bottom up
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09:49<nziarek_>is there something that I need to enlarge, or is this some type of bug?
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10:43<thor>Chut said "you didn't add anything that would limit the number of songs in mythmusic, did you?you didn't add anything that would limit the number of songs in mythmusic, did you?"
10:43<thor>nope
10:48<Chutt>thor, i was just checking, since that guy asked if there was a limit =)
10:48<moegreen>nzireak_: it's a bug, what is happening is the 'usage' area is being defined - and it shouldn't be - I'll fix it later today. Meanwhile: http://untzuntz.com/mythtv/testing/newweather.jpg, heh
10:49<nziarek_>moegreen: thanks, and slow down!
10:49<nziarek_>i am going to have fun with MythWeather =)
10:49<moegreen>nziarek_: Meanwhile you can set the area of the "usage" container to something like <area>0,600,800,50</area> while you test
10:49<moegreen>then when you do the delete screen, set it to whatever.
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10:50<nziarek_>alright, thanks...it is coming along nicely now :)
10:51<moegreen>nzairek_: good to hear. Hopefully you'll be able to do everything you want
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11:19<thor>Chutt, did the Hauppauge PVR show up?
11:21<Chutt>not yet
11:21<Chutt>the ups guy usually doesn't get here until late afternoon
11:22<thor>Hrm .... I'm really looking forward to that ... dedicated MPEG hardware is so "the right way to do this"
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12:06<nziarek_>On the PVR hardware, is it possible (hardware wise, i understand the drivers might not be there yet) to use it as both an encoder and decoder at the same time? the PVR tag would imply that, no?
12:08<thor>Obviously I'd defer to Chutt on this, but since the encoding should place negligible load on the CPU, if you happen to be watching Live you could use nearly 100% of your CPU to decode
12:10<nziarek_>true :)
13:06<Chutt>ups guy just came
13:06<Chutt>so, back in a few while i swap cards and stuff
13:07<thor>YYYYAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!
13:07<rkulagow_>hey chutt, let me know if the card is "universally keyed" with a notch close to the bracket and another one at the far end?
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13:28<Chutt>rkulagow, sorry, didn't see your query
13:28<Chutt>it think it only had one notch
13:30<rkulagow_>ah, then most likely it's just a 5V card.
13:30<rkulagow_>microcenter has a few returns for ~$100, but it's a little early to get the card until you've had a chance to play with it.
13:31<Chutt>i already have it in, though, but i don't remember
13:31<Chutt>well, it captures fine
13:31<Chutt>already had the driver and everything ready to go =)
13:31<Chutt>the audio doesn't sound too hot
13:31<rkulagow_>glad tha plasmajohn and crew were able to get a driver working.
13:32<Chutt>high-pitched ringing
13:32<Chutt>sync's slightly off when i play it back with my new mpeg decoder in mythtv
13:32<Chutt>but, i think i'm doing something wrong in there, so..
13:33<rkulagow_>CPU load during encode is negligible? i've got a celeron 450 that can just sit and spool to disk...
13:34<rkulagow_>let me know when i can remove the "MPEG2 hardware encoders dn
13:34<Chutt>essentially 0
13:34<thor>YYYYYAAAAHHHHHHH^2
13:34<rkulagow_>'t work with MythTV" from the howto
13:34<Chutt>rkulagow, probably sometime on the weekend
13:35<thor>I'm definitely gonna get me some Hauppauge stock!
13:35<thor>:)
13:35<Chutt>i've just got very rudimentary playback going now
13:35<rkulagow_>ok
13:35<rkulagow_>waah! now what am i going to do with my shiny new P4? :)
13:36<Chang>And my XP2500+!
13:36<Chutt>pretty visualizations in mythmusic
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13:37<ICE-TV>Hi
13:37<ICE-TV>any no-US users around ??
13:37<Chutt>i think goom at full-res will take down those boxes :p
13:41<Chutt>hrm
13:42<Chutt>that was easy, i was slightly off in a pts calc
13:42<Chutt>sync looks to be good, now
13:42<thor>Are you btaudio, or patch cord
13:42<nziarek_>do you think the audiop whine is something you are doing or the card?
13:42<Chutt>the driver, most likely
13:43<Chutt>thor, the audio's encoded
13:43<thor>Ah yes
13:48<rkulagow_>chutt: where'd you end up getting the card?
13:49<Chutt>amazon
13:50<rkulagow_>amazon is showing it for $133 - pvr-250, correct?
13:50<Chutt>yeah
13:50<Chutt>had a $50 gift cert unused
13:52<rkulagow_>sweet. what's the CPU usage on the decode look like?
13:52<Chutt>eh, 10-15% right now with mythtv
13:52<Chutt>direct rendering is disabled, though
13:53<rkulagow_>really? that's on the XP1800 that you've got?
13:53<Chutt>yup
13:54<rkulagow_>what about stuff like deinterlacing? don't have the card, and only just started following the IVTV list.
13:54<Chutt>that's using the same linear blend deinterlacer
13:54<rkulagow_>ok
13:55<Chutt>the direct rendering doesn't seem to work with these mpeg1/2 files
13:55<Chutt>if i turn it on, cpu usage is ~5%
13:55<Chutt>but the video's all funky =)
13:55<Chutt>i'm doin something wrong, most likely
13:57<Chutt>probably messing up the b frames
13:59<Chutt>not a big deal, really
13:59<Chutt>should be about the same cpu requirements as playing back a dvd
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14:08<Chutt>http://www.dignint.com/product_hv5.htm
14:08<Chutt>nice lookin case
14:15<Chutt>moegreen, yo, update to current cvs, and run the mythtv program like 'mythtv /blah/capture.mpg' assuming that capture.mpg is something you grabbed from the pvr-250
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14:42<Chutt>hey thor?
14:42<thor>yup
14:43<Chutt>i think it's fairly likely that his soundcard only does a sampling rate of 48000
14:43<thor>sounds plausible
14:43<Chutt>so it's playing 44100 samples/sec at 48000
14:44<Chutt>that's pretty close to his 21 playtime at 20 walltime
14:44<thor>if he responds, I'll suggest that (see what kind of soundcard he has)
14:46<Chutt>http://www.newegg.com/app/viewproduct.asp?description=AVerMedia+M179
14:47<Chutt>i believe that's the same chipset, no?
14:48<thor>As the Hauppauge PVR?
14:48<Chutt>yup
14:48<Chutt>doubt it'd work with the linux driver right off, though =)
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14:50<Chutt>heh
14:58<thor>Got my order in, wonder if compgeeks has a real time inventory system :-)
14:58<Chutt>heh
15:00<nziarek_>thor: at compgeeks the only thing i see is the $19 part - is that what you ordered?
15:00<thor>yup
15:00<moegreen>Chutt: ok, hold on
15:00<nziarek_>is that the actuall card?
15:00<Chutt>cool, testing =)
15:00<thor>Hope so (truth in advertising?)
15:01<nziarek_>i might get two; what can it hurt?
15:01<nziarek_> :)
15:01<Chutt>the driver isn't known to work on 2 cards at once
15:01<nziarek_>well, then i can sell it on eBay :)
15:01<Chutt>at least according to the ivtv mailing list =)
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15:01<thor>No but since I saved $100 on the card, I can blow $500 on a new computer (logic!)
15:02<nziarek_>i probably shouldn't mess with it in Linux until there is a step by step guide anyway...
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15:02<Chutt>it wasn't exactly easy
15:02<Chutt>have to patch your kernel and stuff =)
15:03<nziarek_>i don't imagine it would be. I've got a pretty smart friend who might be willing to give it a shot, though...might have to give him one of the card for it...
15:06<moegreen>Chutt: Should I load up these drivers?
15:06<Chutt>you don't need em loaded
15:06<Chutt>this is _just_ playback of an already captured file
15:06<Chutt>well, unless you didn't keep one of the files =)
15:07<moegreen>hehe
15:07<moegreen>hmm..it seems to be going straight to live tv from my other card
15:07<Chutt>running current cvs?
15:08<Chutt>like, all installed?
15:08<moegreen>i just updated, make distclean and installed ... let me make sure
15:08<Chutt>i modified the mythtv bin a little
15:08<moegreen>might be an old mythtv bin...hold on
15:09<moegreen>is this a new dir? libavformat/libavformat.a
15:09<Chutt>yup
15:10<Chutt>update -PAd
15:10<moegreen>right
15:10<moegreen>ok...hold on...
15:10<moegreen>should recompile everything or just the mythtv bin?
15:11<Chutt>everything
15:11<Chutt>if you didn't have that
15:11<moegreen>no wonder that build went so fast :)
15:15<Chutt>heh
15:15<Chutt>i need to figure out how to get it to read from the ringbuffer
15:15<Chutt>right now it's just doing file access
15:16<moegreen>Chutt: did you see the ghetto mythweather screenshot?
15:16<Chutt>yeah
15:16<Chutt>just gotta make it draw colored boxes, and it'll be the same as before?
15:17<moegreen>yeah ... I guess I should add a type of that. I was thinking a transparent black background might work nice too
15:17<Chutt>yup, it'd work
15:17<Chutt>but, drawing boxes is easy =)
15:17<moegreen>I've got a few more uitexttypes to set, but other than that it is pretty much a drop in replacement
15:17<Chutt>nice
15:18<moegreen>just a few more seconds on this compile
15:18<Chutt>"few more"
15:19<Chutt>ie, 10 minutes
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15:19<moegreen>nah ... i'm on the frontend
15:19<moegreen>directory now :)
15:19<Chutt>heh
15:19<Chutt>which means you still have to go through globalsettings.cpp
15:20<moegreen>this is like waiting for the linux kernel to build on an older machine. :)
15:20<rkulagow_>or waiting for compgeeks to show your cart.
15:20<thor>heh
15:21<moegreen>hehe - there it is
15:21<moegreen>of course what's freaking me out is that I recorded the output of my tv when I was using mythtv :)
15:22<moegreen>Chutt: it works ... what is your cpu utilization like?
15:22<Chutt>15% or so with deinterlacing turned on
15:22<Chutt>seems comparable to mplayer playing back the same file
15:22<Chutt>sync ok?
15:23<moegreen>hmmm...yeah the sync seems fine. i'm getting a lot high cpu usage though. What's the resolution on your mpg file?
15:23<Chutt>720x480
15:23<Chutt>default everything
15:24<Chutt>ie, load driver, cat /dev/video1 > blah.mpg
15:24<Chutt>you didn't happen to compile it in debug mode, did you? =)
15:24<moegreen>yeah :)
15:25<moegreen>though Xfree is taking up 50% when I used mplayer with the -vo xv option
15:26<moegreen>Chutt: any ideas?
15:26<Chutt>dunno
15:26<Chutt>debug mode will make it use a lot more cpu, though
15:26<moegreen>I'll recompile without debug and try it again
15:27<Chutt>i think it was up 'round 35-40% when i had it in debug
15:27<moegreen>seems x should be using that much when playing with xvideo
15:27<moegreen>Mythtv was around there, but X was grabbing the rest of my cpu
15:27<Chutt>weird
15:28<Chutt>which graphics card again?
15:28<moegreen>g400
15:29<Chutt>maybe it doesn't like 720x480
15:29<Chutt>and is falling back to software display for some reason
15:31<moegreen>hmm...gotta go - I'll try it some more a bit later
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15:31<rkulagow_>damn. compgeeks is out of stock already.
15:32<nziarek_>rkulagow: do you use Mandrake?
15:32<rkulagow_>yes
15:32<nziarek_>if I get mine (i ordered two) you can have one for $19+shipping if you keep track of what you do to install it :)
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15:32<nziarek_>hell, you could just have it if you keep track
15:34<rkulagow_>sure, that's no problem. lets wait a day or so to see if it comes back in stock though, ok?
15:34<nziarek_>sure
15:35<TheAsp>mdz: Rewind to last night (sorry, exam time)... Yeah, for the recording config screen I was thinking of having a vertical list which changed the menu on the right, which works like the view recordings screen
15:36<TheAsp>mdz: i need a similar screen for existing recordings aswell
15:36<TheAsp>Do you think a popup would be a good choice for all this?
15:37<TheAsp>Just have d popup to the delete submenu of it for instance
15:49<rkulagow_>nziarek: where do you live, state-wise?
15:54<nziarek_>wisconsin
15:54<nziarek_>53233 if you are looking at shipping
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15:57<billytwowilly>hi, I was just wondering how mythgame got around the annoying "type ok" thing in some xmame roms without a keyboard.
15:57<Chutt>left - right
15:57<Chutt>same way you do it everywhere
15:58<Chutt>and i believe you can turn that off with a command line option now, anyway
15:58<billytwowilly>heh. left -right works as ok? I didn't know. Thank you.
15:58* billytwowillygoes off to test
16:00<billytwowilly>sweet, It works. thanks again.
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17:34<bbeattie>Does anyone know of someone is working on HDTV for Linux? or for Mythtv? (Either?)
17:36<nziarek_>search the archives, there was a thread the other day on it; a new card with some basic Linux support and a couple of links to buy
17:36<nziarek_>no idea about Myth, though
17:38<bbeattie>is it the one with the subject, "None" ? .. that thread talks about one card that linux autodetected, that's it. Nothing about if it works.
17:39<TheAsp>linuxlabs makes one, dont they?
17:39<TheAsp>or was that mjpeg?
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17:39<nziarek_>oh..i lost track after I realized i couldn't spend the money on it...i would ask on that thread (maybe even change the name so it means something :)
17:39<TheAsp>moegreen: http://committee.wasteland.org/~asp/sasq-dark.png
17:40<nziarek_>looks nice, TheAsp
17:40<TheAsp>when is the world going to switch to apache2?
17:40<TheAsp>god damnit
17:41<moegreen>nice
17:41<nziarek_>it reminds me, though, where do you change the wording on those menus?
17:41<TheAsp>the .xml files
17:42<moegreen>hmm...i think I should record some actual tv for this test.
17:43<nziarek_>hmm...well, i overlooked the video setting last night when it said "video" so I probably just overlooked it
17:48<nziarek_>I am still not seeing it; do you have to add a tag?
17:51<TheAsp>Hmmm
17:52<TheAsp>now i know what happenes when you run out of space while recording a low priority show
17:52<TheAsp>though i did want to watch it tonight
17:56<Chutt>deletes itself?
17:57<TheAsp>yup
17:57<Chutt>probably should only delete stuff after the endtime of the recording in question
17:57<TheAsp>maybe this needs more thought
17:57<TheAsp>well, if something was oging to record after it, it would get deleted then
17:58<TheAsp>actually, this is what i want to happen, just that i didnt want it to happen today
17:58<TheAsp>it was only the news :)
17:58<TheAsp>hah, all my exams are in the same 2 auditoriums...
18:03<TheAsp>Maybe I'll add some code to degrade the delPriority every 24 hours past the endtime
18:03<TheAsp>and make the amount it degrades it configurable
18:38<inman>neural net. 'nuff said. ;-P
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18:39<inman>grats on the early successes with the pvr, Chutt.
18:39<Chutt>just playback for now
18:39<inman>yeah, but it sounds like things are moving quickly.
18:39<inman>at least, the irc'ers think so.
18:40<Chutt>wow, the hauppauge wintv2000 app really sucks
18:40<Chutt>so, yah, looks like my whining noise is in the driver :(
18:41<Chutt>doesn't happen in windows
18:41<moegreen>i'm not getting sound ... i wonder what i've done differently :)
18:42<Chutt>you need the msp4300 odule or whatever it's called from the ivtv driver, not the kernel
18:42<moegreen>Chutt: how do you get the driver to not print out so much debug info?
18:42<Chutt>modprobe ivtv debug=0
18:42<Chutt>i think
18:43<inman>http://www.theonion.com/onion3104/newremote.html
18:43<inman>the solution to our remote woes?
18:44<inman>recording profiles are going to be rather critical with the pvr.
18:44<inman>eg. i'd like to use raw read()s for livetv but not for recording.
18:44<Chutt>need per-card profiles
18:44<inman>yeah.
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18:56<Chutt>next i need to make the mpeg stuff read from a ringbuffer
18:56<Chutt>then i should be able to start on the recording side of things
18:59<moegreen>I can get the sound to work if I have the bttv driver unloaded and the ivtv device using the video0...but otherwise it doesn't work. oh well
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19:50<inman>Captain_Murdoch: thanks for the pause->edit->pause-osd-still-onstream fix
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20:58<PeteCool>anything new today?
20:59<inman>pvr support, albeit infantile.
20:59<moegreen>mpg playback basically
21:01<moegreen>I might have an updated mythweather later tonight
21:03<PeteCool>moegreen: nice
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21:05<PeteCool>moegreen: to match nathan's mockups?
21:06<PeteCool>or to work with ui.xml (would actually make more sense)
21:06<moegreen>PeteCool: well, it's to allow for nathan to have that freedom, yes. I might add in a radar map too
21:06<moegreen>(yeah, the ui.xml stuff)
21:06<PeteCool>moegreen: don't you ever sleep? you never seem to stop =)
21:06<PeteCool>thanks a lot for your great work
21:07<moegreen>well, i use this stuff too :)
21:09<moegreen>but, you're welcome
21:27<inman>manually flac'ing files yields higher compression than cd-import.
21:27<inman>cd-import is hung by cd ripping errors which cdparanoia can handle just fine.
21:28<PeteCool>moegreen: in the program finder, shows beginning with \xC9 are put in the A category, but they should be with E
21:28<PeteCool>also, those beginning with the spanish ! (upside-down) are put with A too
21:29<thor>This gets into localisation (Le Journal should be under J, not L), which is probably a fair ways off
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21:30<PeteCool>thor: ok, that's understandable
21:31<PeteCool>moegreen: in today's cvs update I did, the playbackbox displays a down-arrow with 8 shows in, when 9 can easily fit in... are you seeing that?
21:34<PeteCool>moegreen: I don't want to whine here, just telling what I see
21:37<moegreen>PeteCool: which theme?
21:37<PeteCool>moegreen: iulius 2
21:38<moegreen>no...i've got 9 shows in the list here
21:38<moegreen>do you only have 8 shows - but it's still showing the arrow?
21:39<PeteCool>moegreen: in those sections which have exactly 8 shows, yes
21:39<PeteCool>I'll have to see what it does with 9
21:42<moegreen>ok, i'll look at that - it shouldn't show that arrow
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21:58<PeteCool>nziarek: nice job on iulius 2 btw, it's a very good improvement =)
21:59<nyquiljer>PeteCool: did you figureout that lirc thing by any chance?
21:59<PeteCool>nyquiljer: hmm, that was a while ago
21:59<PeteCool>nyquiljer: I had to pass it the serial port io and irq when modprobing
22:00<nyquiljer>hm
22:00<PeteCool>I edited my modules.conf to have those options, the lirc startup script to mknod at each run, and now it's fine
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22:25<inman>what does one have to do to get the music-scan to add albums with complete artist/album/track names?
22:26<inman>it's ignoring this metadata for me, although my flac'ed tracks are in the same hierarchial structure.
22:34<thor>you have paths=directory?
22:34<thor>in settings.txt
22:34<inman>it is importing the tracks.
22:34<inman>it's just not assigning them album/artist/title strings.
22:35<thor>in the directory structure or in the tree view?
22:35<inman>in any view.
22:35<inman>i'm not sure what view the directory structure appears in...?
22:36<Captain_Murdoch>are you using the id3 tags?
22:36<inman>in the playlist editor, the new tracks show up under artist 'unknown', 'album 'unknown'.
22:36<thor>just on the filesystem, are the directories named correctly?
22:36<inman>Captain_Murdoch: no, raw flac, but Chutt said it used the filenames, not id3.
22:36<inman>thor: yes.
22:37<Captain_Murdoch>I dunno if that uses the NonID3FileNameFormat variable or not, don't have any flac files.
22:37<thor>And what is TreeLevels in mythmusic-settings.txt?
22:37<inman>i didn't know we were even using that file anymore.
22:37<thor>do db for music settings
22:37<Chutt>i believe that the only thing that'll it'll assign info for is mp3s
22:37<thor>NO db for music settings
22:37<Chutt>like that
22:38<inman>thor: i am quite certain that my settings in the db are picked up by mythmusic. can't think of any reason they shouldn't be.
22:38<inman>treelevels=artist album title
22:38<inman>so if i set it to directory... problem solved?
22:39<thor>yes
22:39<inman>thanks. :-)
22:39<inman>this solved my ripping problem, too.
22:39<thor>(add trailing / to name ie. /mnt/store/music/ rather than /mnt/store/music
22:39<inman>yep.
22:39<inman>i don't use the text file, i'm just going to stuff this into the db.
22:40<thor>the maic of gContext
22:40<thor>magic
22:42<Chutt>captain_murdoch, i fixed that one-frame moving on keyframes stuff when i modified the other lastKey/framesPlayed stuff
22:43<Chutt>was your fix different than what i did?
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22:54<thor>inman, working?
22:55<inman>haven't fscked with it, i assume so.
22:55<inman>i'm more concerned with paranoialevel=full at the moment. :-)
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22:56<_shad>mdz: around?
22:58<_shad>Chutt: around?
23:11<_shad>My mythtv database is kinda dead after a system crash :(
23:15<nyquiljer>i cant get the program guide to respond to lirc. the rest of myth does, but not the guide, any suggestions?
23:17<_shad>DB Error (WriteRecordedToDB):
23:17<_shad>Query was:
23:17<_shad>INSERT INTO recorded (chanid,starttime,endtime,title,subtitle,description,hostname) VALUES(1007,"20030409220000","20030409230000","All American Girl","","Girls
23:17<_shad>compete to win contracts with various companies in the entertainment industry.","shad");
23:17<_shad>Driver error was:
23:17<_shad>QMYSQL3: Unable to execute query
23:17<_shad>Database error was:
23:17<_shad>Duplicate entry '1007-20030409220000' for key 1
23:18<_shad>how do I nuke that field?
23:22<moegreen>_shad: you can just update the record
23:22<_shad>as soon as I start mythfrontend, mythbackend craps out with those messages
23:23<inman>delete from recorded where chanid = 1007 and starttime = 20030409220000;
23:23<_shad>thanks
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23:29<_shad>hrm. I delete it, and it keeps coming back
23:33<_shad>heh
23:33<_shad>I think I killed it
23:34<inman>thor: no good.
23:34<inman>_shad: it's performing the insertion; what do you expect?
23:34<_shad>hmm
23:34<inman>thor: want me to debug this myself, or do you have another idea?
23:34<_shad>I fixed that
23:34<_shad>finally
23:34<_shad>then livetv wouldn't work
23:37<PeteCool>moegreen: actually the down arrow might be a ui.xml fault, it's showing everywhere
23:37<PeteCool>moegreen: sorry I didn't notice that faster
23:38<PeteCool>hrm
23:38<PeteCool>actually make that "unless the list is very long it always shows"
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23:40<_shad>ok
23:40<_shad>this is weird
23:40<_shad>before the crash, everything worked, after, when I try to watch livetv, it exits with a lame error
23:46<thor>inman, what's it doing exactly?
23:47<inman>it's using the filename for the title and artist/album 'unknown'.
23:47<inman>let me double-check my settings.
23:47<thor>are you running mythmusic or ./mythmusic?
23:47<inman>that's not my problem. :-)
23:48<thor>(ie. mythmusic-settings.txt in /usr/local/share or in .
23:48<thor>or in ~
23:49<inman>i renamed my music-settings.txt.
23:49<inman>here's the strange thing.
23:49<inman>in the playlist editor, it detects the artist/album names and sorts tracks into them just fine.
23:49<inman>but all the tracks are track_num=0 and title=filename.
23:50<inman>when i play the playlist, the artist and album fields are 'unknown'.
23:50<_shad>hrm. lame error was related to sound drivers.
23:50<thor>... ok ... my head is starting to hurt ....
23:50<inman>heh
23:50<inman>i know, it's weird.
23:51<inman>don't worry about it, i'll put it on my todo.
23:51<thor>when you say playlist editor, you mean in the playlist part of the tree in Select, or in Play
23:51<inman>in select
23:51<thor>ok, so playlist part of the tree can find Artist Track, but treeview can't
23:51<inman>but it's the same if i hit '3' to edit the playlist while playing.
23:51<inman>oh, i see what you mean.
23:52<inman>playview is wrong, the treeview is right.
23:52<inman>eg. the current-playlist branch is wrong but the all-music branch is right.
23:52<thor>ok
23:53<thor>and if you tick things on and off the tree view, do they still go on wrong
23:53<_shad>have any of you played with the mp3 quality setting?
23:53<inman>thor: seem to, yes.
23:53<thor>weirdness
23:54<inman>thor: i've been clearing the metadata table between invocations of mythmusic, so it's not that the playlist is pointing to incorrect entries in that table.
23:54<thor>ahhhhh
23:54<thor>this may be part of the problem
23:54<inman>what?
23:54<thor>if you clear the table, you get new id's for tracks (autoincrement)
23:55<inman>right.
23:55<inman>but the playlist doesn't know anything about filenames.
23:55<thor>Well, the table doesn't, but playlist.cpp has to figure it out from the int id's
23:56<thor>if you do a clear on the Current Play Queue and then start adding stuff, does that work?
23:56<inman>right, but i'm trying to tell you that the playlist is irrelevant to the bug. :-)
23:56<inman>the right values don't show up anywhere.
23:56<inman>and changing the playlist does not alter the behavior of the bug.
23:57<thor>you said: playview is wrong, the treeview is right.
23:57<thor>So I'm thinking stuff under All My Music is fine, but stuff under Current Play Queue is wrong (all on same screen)
23:57<inman>the treeview is still wrong when it gets down to the track level -- no track names.
23:58<thor>ah ha!
23:58<thor>ok
23:58<thor>... give me 2 minutes ... smoke break ... I'll think
23:58<thor>bb in 2