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00:15<Conaz>good luck to those of you working on the website issues
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00:44<PeteCool>Chutt: got my mail?
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01:15<Ku-less>I really wonder why I have so many defunct mythbackend processes.
01:17<Chutt>running in gdb?
01:25<Ku-less>Yea.
01:33<Chutt>gdb doesn't clean up after exited threads properly
01:33<Ku-less>I see.
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01:34<bline>anyone around
01:40<PeteCool>Chutt: didn't you get an email from me with updated mythfrontend_fr.* files?
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01:45<bline>gah I need to fix these mpegs sound problems
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02:49<Ku-less>Well, keep up the good work.
02:49<Ku-less>And thanks for all of it. :)
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03:03<Chutt>petecool, got the email, been busy
03:17<bline>Chutt: any idea what would mess up sounds in an mpeg so that mythtv would loose the sound every 10 or 15 seconds?
03:18<bline>Rewinding 1 second seems to fix it for the next 10 or 15 seconds. But I guess a better qestion would be how to fix it.
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09:15<Conaz>gm all you afk'ers
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09:36<rkulagow__>hrmm. suse and mandrake cooker both have problems in the same place when trying to compile goom.
09:36<bline>anyone besides me seeing sound problems?
09:37<Conaz>bline: what kind of sound problems
09:38<bline>Sound cutting out every 10 or 15 seconds
09:39<bline>rewinding for one second fixes it for the next 10 or 15 seconds
09:39<Conaz>bline: did you also post this question to the list?
09:39<bline>no
09:39<Conaz>bline: hmm, I read one similar, let me look for it
09:40<bline>I think it's a hardware issue, i.e. something is starting to go out
09:41<bline>But I ran through a ram test, a harddrive test and a cpu test with no errors from any
09:41<bline>I think maybe I'll try a preemptive kernel next
09:44<Conaz>ack, whoever posted must not have used 'sound' in the subject. I'd do an archive search, but with the website down, I don't have a link to get to the searchable archives
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09:46<bline>for future reference http://www.gossamer-threads.com/archive/MythTV_C2/
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12:04<Captain_Murdoch_>wonder if the mythweb url that guy posted is his live system. it has recordings listed that were recorded last night.
12:05<Chutt>it also looks like ass in konq
12:12<Captain_Murdoch_>lots of open blue areas in mozilla
12:13<Captain_Murdoch_>let's see, I just know he wants to record "Golden Girls" over "Law & Order"... <click>
12:13<Captain_Murdoch_>j/k
12:22<thor>Chutt, got a library change ... MYTH_BINARY_VERSION is in the 9's ... is that what we want?
12:24<Captain_Murdoch_>guess that guy reads either #mythtv or my mind.
12:24<thor>or some kind of Jungian collective subconscious
12:25<thor>but, it's probably your mind =)
12:29<rkulagow__>i guess i'll need to include the .htaccess snippet into the HOWTO for the mythweb section.
12:39<PeteCool>http://petecool.dyndns.org:8081/playback.png
12:39<PeteCool>I wonder if I should have the rightmost box extend up to the right of the screen, like the root menus
12:41<thor>looks very cool ... like the arrows
12:41<PeteCool>thor: they're the just the default with rounded corners ;)
12:42<Conaz>Excellent
12:42<PeteCool>somehow the technique I found to round corners always creates small shadows, like around those arrows
12:43<thor>if you want some help making this work with Music/Video (which have some slightly different theme stuff), let me know
12:44<PeteCool>thor: sure, I'll do that very soon... but I have to do the EPG first... and I really don't know how I'll do it :(
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13:06<srl>Any MythGame users here?
13:10<srl>nm
13:27<PeteCool>Is it possible to have different area sizes depending on wether it's showing playback, or delete?
13:28<PeteCool>Description is overflowing into the usage scroller when in the delete screen, that looks nasty
13:40<PeteCool>http://petecool.dyndns.org:8081/delete.png
13:40<PeteCool>I like that filler a lot :)
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13:48<Conaz>I never go into the delete recordings screen anymore, since one can delete from the watch recordings screen
13:53<PeteCool>I go to check how much space I have left, since I have so little space... I must plan how I watch, unless I always end up with 0 free space
13:54<Conaz>Ah, yes, I guess I've not been in that situation yet, probably soon though
13:54<PeteCool>20 gigs is not enough :)
13:54<Conaz>I hear ya
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13:59* Conazcheers www.mythtv.org is back
14:32<Chutt>yup
14:32<Chutt>0.9.1's up for download now, too
14:32<Conaz>I just grabbed cvs last night :)
14:33<Conaz>quick question, in mplayer, is ffw/rev mapped to the left/right arrow keys?
14:33<Chutt>i have no idea
14:33<thor>Chutt, lib number for cvs commits?
14:33<thor>Conaz, yes
14:33<Chutt>thor, 0.9 for now
14:33<Conaz>Ah, I thought I recalled seeing that somewhere in the lists
14:33<thor>Conaz, but I think it's all configurable
14:33<Chutt>i'll bump it up to 0.10 soon, but not yet
14:33<thor>Chutt, ok
14:34<Conaz>I guess I'd better rethink remapping myth to home/end for those features then
14:34<Conaz>Ahh, that is cool
14:34<thor>Conaz, /etc/mplayer???
14:34<thor>something like that
14:34<Conaz>I decided to make those home/end so I could use the remote to day forward/rev on the epg
14:35<Conaz>It worked great, but I haven't got around to mythvideo yet, thus mplayer
14:36<thor>Tried Home in MMusic?
14:36<Chutt>heh
14:36<Conaz>I'm not sure I'll be using MythMusic actually
14:36<Chutt>25 downloads of 0.9.1 already
14:36<Chutt>it's been up for a whole 10 minutes
14:36<Conaz>hehee
14:36<thor>and that must be people who've been hitting reload all day
14:37<Conaz>Actually as it turned out I wasn't able to process the home key in tv_play.cpp either, I ended up mapping that to J and also to J in the epg as well
14:37<PeteCool>Chutt: what's your todo for 0.10? Once again, almost everything is perfect ;)
14:37<Conaz>I didn't debug though to see why wsBegin wasn't matching
14:37<PeteCool>(I said that about 0.8 too)
14:38<Chutt>dunno yet
14:39<Conaz>Here is some kudos for ya. My wife gave the ease of use approval for MythTV last night, as easy to use and more features than our Tivo.
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14:40<Conaz>She was pretty impressed
14:42<Chutt>cool.
14:47<mdz>0.9.1 debs for unstable are up
14:48<PeteCool>Chutt: does the cvs cle266 X driver have overscan control?
14:49<mdz>and mythweb
14:50<Snow-Man>yay.
14:50<Snow-Man>mdz: I swear I really feel like you should install a symlink index.php -> main.php or something tho.
14:52<mdz>Snow-Man: me?
14:52<thor>Snow-Man, you can change your Apache conf to default to main.php
14:52<Snow-Man>mdz: Well, yes, in the debs
14:52<Snow-Man>thor: I know.
14:52<mdz>Snow-Man: there ought to be an index.php I think, but not my job :-P
14:52<Snow-Man>mdz: haha.
14:52<Snow-Man>thor: It's wrong though, really, it should be index.php, not main.php.
14:52<mdz>it does bug me though, since I always type /mythweb/ forgetting the main.php
14:53<Snow-Man>mdz: Same here.
14:53<mdz>index.php is pretty standard
14:53<Snow-Man>mdz: Thus- add to debs, easier than fighting with Chutt. ;)
14:53<mdz>s/Chutt/thor/
14:53<thor>Add to cvs ...
14:53<thor>yeah, I guess
14:54<Snow-Man>thor: Oh, this main.php crap is *your* fault? :P
14:54<thor>well, many moons ago
14:54<thor>probably
14:55<thor>hang on, there's an index..html in there
14:55<thor>that refreshes to main
14:56<Snow-Man>ermmm, I don't remember seeing one..
14:56<Snow-Man>Oh, huh, it is there.
14:56* Snow-Manlooks at mdz.
14:56<Snow-Man> cp -R --parents *.php images/* debian/mythweb/usr/share/mythtv/mythweb
14:56<Snow-Man>AHEM.
14:58<Conaz>rh dist must default to include both index.php and main.php
14:58<Conaz>since I never have to type that part in
14:58<Conaz>d'oh, another damn meeting
14:58<Chutt>petecool, if by control you mean 'on' or 'off', then, yes
14:58<Chutt>but =)
14:59<Snow-Man>It's mdz's fault. :)
14:59<mdz>eww
14:59<mdz>refresh?
14:59<Snow-Man>Well, it might be anyway.
14:59<mdz>why not just call it index.php and be done with it?
14:59<Snow-Man>mdz: Not my fav. either, but better at least.
14:59<mdz>I'll add a link, I guess
14:59<Snow-Man>thor: By-and-by, about mythweb..
14:59<thor>oh dear god
15:00<Snow-Man>thor: 'return to listings' should go back to where you *were* in the listings. :)
15:00<Snow-Man>hahaha
15:00<thor>50% of MythWeb is not my code anymore ....
15:00<Chutt>yeah
15:00<thor>but I will have a look
15:01<Chutt>big chunks of it are randomass contributions
15:01<Snow-Man>Just pass the offsets or whatever around.
15:03<Snow-Man>Sorry, 'hour' and 'date' attributes.
15:03<thor>diff -u ?
15:03<Snow-Man>I'd happily accept that format. ;)
15:03<mdz>Snow-Man: new deb with index.php symlink is up
15:04<Snow-Man>Though I'm guessing you're asking me to do it. :)
15:04<Snow-Man>mdz: Cool.
15:04<Snow-Man>I guess it probably wouldn't take that long to do.
15:04<thor>Snow-Man, whoever gets to it first .... there are at least two different ways of calculating offset time thought
15:04<thor>though
15:05<thor>the little Jump thing, versus the timeoffset
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15:05<Snow-Man>How do you use timeoffset anyway?
15:06<thor>little arrows beside the listings
15:06<Snow-Man>Oh, I see, well, just track that too...
15:06<Snow-Man>And the anchor. :)
15:08<Snow-Man>Huh, I didn't know about by-channel till I read the source, that's kinda neat. :)
15:09<thor>I'm kind of disinclined to play with it too much as someone (who's name escapes me) seems to be in the middle of fairly comprehensive re-write
15:09<Snow-Man>yea, Chutt mentioned that to me.
15:10<Snow-Man>Can you grab the anchor somehow, or no?
15:10<Snow-Man>From inside php
15:10<thor>hrm
15:10<thor>I'm sure you can
15:10<thor>but it's been a while
15:34<srl>Is there any way to organize snes games in MythGame?
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15:58<rcaskey>got hdtv at the house, and nothing hd is on yet ;)
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15:59<moegreen>rcaskey: do you get the hbo/showtime hd channels?
16:00<rcaskey>not yet
16:00<moegreen>or are you just getting local broadcasts right now?
16:00<rcaskey>moegreen: I dont have a box for getting the on air broadcasts, I got a cable box
16:00<rcaskey>I get FOX, NBC, and CVS
16:00<rcaskey>I assume they are just local broadcasts though
16:01<moegreen>rcaskey: right, that's what I've got here, ABC and CBS have a lot of their primetime shows in hd.
16:01<rcaskey>HBO east/west, as well as Showtime East/West are also available
16:01<rcaskey>moegreen: widescreen as well?
16:01<moegreen>rcaskey: yeah
16:01<rcaskey>is every HD show widedef
16:01<rcaskey>err wide
16:02<rcaskey>sorry, I was transfixed by the pyramid show
16:02<moegreen>rcaskey: everyone I've seen, though there are a lot of different formats and specs
16:02<rcaskey>how much should I expect to pay to get just hbo
16:03<rcaskey>moegreen: the fox hd channel here isn't really hd yet I dont think
16:03<rcaskey>its widescreen streched :{
16:04<rcaskey>also, the cable box switches back to analog mode for non hd shows
16:04<rcaskey>not sure how I feel about that
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16:06<rcaskey>the box downsamples hd to analog
16:06<rcaskey>thats kinda cool
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16:08<rkulagow__>chutt, since the website is now back, can you please sync CVS docs to the website?
16:08<rcaskey>Chutt: btw, myth .9 tackled my mp3 collection with gusto
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16:09<rcaskey>the only real suggestion I can make is to make xml default to yes/all
16:10<rcaskey>and if possible, channel scanning so it didn't fetch channel data for 200 unneeded channels :0
16:12<c0ol>does mythtv have an interface for dvd playing?
16:13<bline>no, but you could add a menu item to the xml that executes an external dvd player
16:14<rcaskey>moegreen: is there a website which lists hd shows?
16:17<PeteCool>moegreen: I have mythweather almost all figured out... I only need to create a mathing mw-background.png file... how did you make yours? Is there a magic trick to speed this up?
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16:26<thor>rcaskey, re: "myth .9 tackled my mp3 collection with gusto", do you happen to know if any of your mp3's are VBR?
16:27<rcaskey>thor: im sure there are some in there
16:28<rcaskey>its 5000 songs
16:28<PeteCool>thor: I'll try dropping my mythmusic db and see how it goes...
16:28<thor>ah
16:28<rcaskey>s/ts/t's
16:28<PeteCool>mine is >1300 songs, some >1 hour (trance mixes), over 6.5 GB
16:28<thor>I'm curious to see if it can tell the difference (and get the time right for both CBR and VBR)
16:28<rcaskey>cant seem to install the mythweather debs
16:28<rcaskey>says it has missing files
16:29<PeteCool>hmm, am I the first to try to change the default mythweather?
16:29<thor>PeteCool, probably
16:30<PeteCool>weird, it was easier to theme than playback =)
16:30<rcaskey>mdz: you here?
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16:36<PeteCool>moegreen: what's the key to access the popup in mythweather?
16:37* rcaskeytries to remember how to make his learning remote learn
16:37<thor>rcaskey, try Jedi mind trick
16:37<rcaskey>non responsive
16:38<thor>hmmm, I guess read the manual then (?)
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16:48<mdz>rcaskey: I am here, and I don't know anything about learning remotes
16:49<Snow-Man>haha
16:50<Snow-Man>I'm thinking of getting an X10 remote.
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17:08<PeteCool>sneak preview: http://petecool.dyndns.org:8081/weather.png
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17:15<moegreen>PeteCool: which popup? The zipcode popup (just start hitting numbers) or the setup (i)?
17:16<PeteCool>I was thinking of the zipcode popup
17:16<PeteCool>It turned out alright
17:16<moegreen>looks nice, btw
17:16<PeteCool>setup is frighteningly ugly, though... I'll have to fix that
17:16<PeteCool>moegreen: thanks :)
17:20<PeteCool>moegreen: setup is in small black fonts, but there's no black font defined anywhere... and all the fonts types used are defined... very weird
17:21<moegreen>PeteCool: hmm...does sounds like a font type is missing
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17:30<PeteCool>moegreen: it's active and inactive that don't seem to "work"...
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17:32<PeteCool>moegreen: cancelling setup exits mythweather completely, is this intended behaviour?
17:32<rcaskey>mdz: sorry to miss you. I was going to ask you about mythweather debs, not the learning remote
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17:38<Chutt>"Hi, why is my CPU being used for playback of large-sized recordings? Shouldn't it be 0?"
17:38<thor>sigh
17:38<Chutt>does 60% cpu usage seem unreasonable for playback of 720x480 recordings on a p3-650?
17:39<Snow-Man>I dunno, seems a little high, but not off the scale..
17:39<thor>well, shouldn't every second frame be rendered by a different CPU?
17:39<Chutt>hehe
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17:41<mdz>rcaskey: what about them?
17:42<mdz>rcaskey: mythweather debs for unstable have been up for hours
17:42<Chutt>one of the guys that sent me _3_ emails about the website being down
17:42<Chutt>just sent me one about it being up
17:42<mdz>heh
17:42<mdz>in case you didn't know
17:43<Chutt>i've only updated it since then, of course
17:43<Chutt>heh
17:43<Chutt>176 downloads of 0.9.1 so far
17:43<Chutt>not bad
17:44<PeteCool>hmm, do the new themes mess with the EPG, or do they keep the default/* png's ?
17:45<Chutt>model name : AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 240
17:45<Chutt>=)
17:46<thor>model name?
17:46<Chutt>new machine at work
17:46<thor>sweet
17:46<mdz>I'm too lazy to count the downloads now that I've put up a new version
17:46<mdz>I'd have to use more than grep
17:47<thor>grep blah | grep -v old_blah ?
17:47<PeteCool>Chutt: cool! hmm, what's your job?
17:47<PeteCool>extreme programmer of cool things?
17:48<mdz>thor: I was thinking I'd want to distinguish between upgrades and new installs
17:48<mdz>but I guess it doesn't matter
17:48<mdz>192 downloads total, 82 of them for 0.9.1
17:49<mdz>probably some folks downloaded both as they upgraded
17:52<rcaskey>Chutt: they are semi-affordable
17:52<rcaskey>800ish for mb/proc
17:53* rcaskeyupdates and tries to get mythweather again
17:53<mdz>semi-affordable compared to what, an ultrasparc?
17:53<rcaskey>compared to Xeon
17:53<Chutt>they're not that expensive
17:53<rcaskey>I'm probably going to go cheap though and get the $120 mb with 2.4 ghz athlon
17:54<rcaskey>er 1.98 2400+
17:54<mdz>the 240 is only 1.4GHz or something
17:54<PeteCool>Chutt: did you get to try mythtv software encode with it yet? :)
17:54<Chutt>um, no :p
17:54<rcaskey>im kinda thinking I might want to spend more and get a board with 6.1 sound onboard though
17:55<rcaskey>Chutt: my box says it supports usb output to supported devices. What standard is it using?
17:55<rcaskey>set top box that is
17:55<Chutt>how the hell would i know?
17:55<mdz>standard?
17:55<rcaskey>hehe, I assumed there was some standard, maby not ;)
17:55<mdz>Chutt: how did you manage to make a business case for a box like that?
17:56<Chutt>mdz, big db server
17:56<mdz>Chutt: what OSes run on it at this point?
17:56<Chutt>linux
17:56<mdz>AMD won't give Debian one
17:57<rcaskey>good grief, its got an ethernet port on it too
17:57<Chutt>they should buy one, then
17:57<thor>this reminds me ... should really see if I can get Myth to run on this Blade 1000
17:58<mdz>hmm, netbsd runs on it
17:58<Chutt>i believe this came with suse on it
17:58<rcaskey>Chutt: is it sid now?
17:58<rcaskey>err woody
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18:04<mdz>Debian doesn't run on it yet
18:11<rcaskey>ohh
18:12* rcaskeyslaps his head
18:12<rcaskey>is mythweather the name of the package?
18:17* rcaskeyis getting a big 404
18:20<mdz>Packages file was out of date; should work now
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18:30<rcaskey>location selector on mythtv doesn't seem to be working
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18:40<rcaskey>invalid area or fatal error
18:40<rcaskey>what a descrive error
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18:53<moegreen>rcaskey: complain to msnbc about their error message :)
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19:57<thor>agggggghhhhhh moegreen: why does StatusBar have its own m_order private variable?
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20:02<Snow-Man>Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
20:02<Snow-Man>[Switching to Thread 1966201 (LWP 22101)]
20:02<Snow-Man>0x08167206 in CommDetect::CheckFrameIsBlank() (this=0x8631210)
20:02<Snow-Man> at commercial_skip.cpp:119
20:02<Snow-Man>119 if (frame_ptr[y * width + x] > max_brightness)
20:02<Snow-Man>(gdb) i s
20:02<Snow-Man>#0 0x08167206 in CommDetect::CheckFrameIsBlank() (this=0x8631210)
20:02<Snow-Man> at commercial_skip.cpp:119
20:02<Snow-Man>#1 0x08167057 in CommDetect::ProcessNextFrame(unsigned char*, long long) (
20:02<Snow-Man> this=0x8631210, buf=0x42651000 <Address 0x42651000 out of bounds>,
20:02<Snow-Man> frame_number=-1) at commercial_skip.cpp:70
20:03<Snow-Man>#2 0x080dda6f in NuppelVideoPlayer::FrameIsBlank(int) (this=0x8528ea8,
20:03<Snow-Man> vposition=16) at NuppelVideoPlayer.cpp:3226
20:03<Snow-Man>#3 0x080dfb34 in NuppelVideoPlayer::LastFrameIsBlank() (this=0x8528ea8)
20:03<Snow-Man> at NuppelVideoPlayer.h:186
20:03<Snow-Man>#4 0x080dde8a in NuppelVideoPlayer::AutoCommercialSkip() (this=0x8528ea8)
20:03<Snow-Man> at NuppelVideoPlayer.cpp:3284
20:03<Snow-Man>#5 0x080d70b8 in NuppelVideoPlayer::StartPlaying() (this=0x8528ea8)
20:03<Snow-Man> at NuppelVideoPlayer.cpp:1958
20:03<Snow-Man>#6 0x0813d3cf in SpawnDecode(void*) (param=0x8528ea8) at tv_play.cpp:118
20:03<Snow-Man>#7 0x40891d53 in pthread_start_thread () from /lib/libpthread.so.0
20:03<Snow-Man>#8 0x40891d99 in pthread_start_thread_event () from /lib/libpthread.so.0
20:03<Snow-Man>Well, that's one issue I guess.
20:03<Snow-Man>Chutt: You there?
20:05<Chutt>yup
20:05<Chutt>bt full
20:06<Snow-Man>sec.
20:06<mdz_>not the whole thing, please
20:06<Chutt>just need the first 2 frames, of course
20:06<Chutt>well, just the first, really
20:07<Snow-Man>#0 0x08167206 in CommDetect::CheckFrameIsBlank() (this=0x8631210)
20:07<Snow-Man> at commercial_skip.cpp:119
20:07<Snow-Man> x = 160
20:07<Snow-Man> y = 160
20:07<Snow-Man> y_mult = 160
20:07<Snow-Man> x_mult = 160
20:07<Snow-Man> divisor = 3
20:07<Snow-Man> max_brightness = 120
20:07<Snow-Man> test_brightness = 80
20:07<Snow-Man> line_checked = {220, 246}
20:07<Snow-Man> test = false
20:07<Snow-Man>#1 0x08167057 in CommDetect::ProcessNextFrame(unsigned char*, long long) (
20:07<Snow-Man> this=0x8631210, buf=0x42651000 <Address 0x42651000 out of bounds>,
20:07<Snow-Man> frame_number=-1) at commercial_skip.cpp:70
20:07<Snow-Man>No locals.
20:07<Snow-Man>#2 0x080dda6f in NuppelVideoPlayer::FrameIsBlank(int) (this=0x8528ea8,
20:07<mdz_>Snow-Man: print frame_ptr
20:07<Snow-Man> vposition=16) at NuppelVideoPlayer.cpp:3226
20:07<Snow-Man>No locals.
20:08<Snow-Man>(gdb) print frame_ptr
20:08<Snow-Man>$1 = (unsigned char *) 0x42651000 <Address 0x42651000 out of bounds>
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20:12<Chutt>well, that's either getting overridden or something..
20:12<Chutt>overwritten
20:12<Snow-Man>yea...
20:13<Snow-Man>Looks like it's happening in ProcessNextFrame at least..
20:13<bma>so what's mysql.txt supposed to look like?
20:14<Chutt>snowman, naw, probably higher up
20:14<Snow-Man>:/
20:15<Snow-Man>Yeah, actually, that's getting passed in.
20:15<Chutt>like, the value of vbuffer[vposition] high up would be interesting to see
20:15<Chutt>in NVP::FrameIsBlank()
20:16<Snow-Man>ok, I'll try and get that in a few.
20:16<Snow-Man>(I came down here to show mythtv off to Megan and she's watching A Dating Story now and doesn't like getting interrupted) ;)
20:16<Chutt>ah
20:16<Snow-Man>She dug the commercial skip bit tho. :)
20:16<Chutt>bma, how'd you break it?
20:18<bma>heh
20:18<bma>I didn't have perms
20:18<bma>anyways
20:18<bma>mythfrontend doesnt' like kde very much
20:18<Chutt>click-to-focus
20:18<Chutt>should run fine with that
20:20<bma>and the profiles or whatever wont' let me exit
20:20<bma>but we're going out now
20:20<bma>so oh well
20:20* Snow-Mansmirks.
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20:21<Snow-Man>"Are you gonna skip this shit or what?"
20:21<Chutt>skip what?
20:21<Snow-Man>The commercials. :)
20:21<Chutt>ah
20:21<Snow-Man>So quickly the demands come. ;)
20:22<Snow-Man>Is there an intelligent commercial-skip-max-time?
20:22<Snow-Man>Like, I hit skip commercial once and it went to the next commercial and then hit it again and it ended up like wayyy too far.
20:24<Chutt>talk to captain_murdoch about that
20:24<Snow-Man>ok.
20:25<Snow-Man>I have definitely got to get a remote and set things up so they can be controlled through another interface.
20:30<Snow-Man>(gdb) p vbuffer[vposition]
20:30<Snow-Man>$2 = (unsigned char *) 0x42651000 <Address 0x42651000 out of bounds>
20:30<Chutt>odd
20:31<Snow-Man>p v(gdb) p vposition
20:31<Snow-Man>$4 = 16
20:31<Chutt>max for vposition is 21 or something around there
20:32<Snow-Man>$5 = {0x41fd9000 <Address 0x41fd9000 out of bounds>,
20:32<Snow-Man> 0x4202e000 <Address 0x4202e000 out of bounds>,
20:32<Snow-Man>Bunch of those.
20:34<Chutt>oh well
20:34<Chutt>i dunno
20:34<Snow-Man>:(
20:34<Chutt>i expect a patch fixing it in my inbox no later than 9 pm
20:34<Snow-Man>haha.
20:34<Chutt>so, you better hurry up
20:35<Snow-Man>Anything else I can do to maybe help figure it out?
20:35<Chutt>i dunno
20:37<Snow-Man>rebuffering (120734 128000)
20:37<Snow-Man>What's with that stuff?
20:37<mdz_>ur puter is 2 slo
20:37<Chutt>means you shouldn't be running in debug mode all the tiem
20:37<Chutt>time
20:44<Snow-Man>heh.
20:50<Captain_Murdoch>Snow-Man: do you have auto commercial flagging turned on?
20:50<Captain_Murdoch>or were you watching LiveTV?
20:50<Snow-Man>It was recorded..
20:50<Captain_Murdoch>do you have auto-flagging on?
20:51<Snow-Man>Not sure, don't think so.
20:51<Snow-Man>That'll help?
20:51<Captain_Murdoch>works much better that way.
20:51<Snow-Man>hmm, ok.
20:51* Snow-Mannotes the backend just crashed.
20:51<Captain_Murdoch>yeah, if you don't then it runs a whole 'nother set of code to skip commercials. code I haven't touched much in a while because most people use the auto-flagging.
20:52<Snow-Man>Hmm, ok. I'll try the autoflagging stuff.
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20:52<rkulagow__>chutt: please sync website docs with CVS.
20:52<Snow-Man>Definitely having some issues with things segfaulting and crashing around here atm. :)
20:52<Snow-Man>Thing maybe the sigpipe fix mdz was talking about might help with some of it.
20:53<Captain_Murdoch>you can re-flag any recording at any time by running mythcommflag. mythcommflag --chanid [chanid] --starttime [YYYYMMDDHHMMSS]
20:53<Snow-Man>Think rather.
20:53<Snow-Man>Captain_Murdoch: Oh, cute.
20:53<rkulagow__>chutt, mdz, the SIGPIPE thing mean that "handle SIGPIPE nostop" in the gdb example isn't required anymore, correct?
20:53<Captain_Murdoch>once you do that, when you hit 'Z' it should be an almost instantaneous skip.
20:53<mdz_>rkulagow__: yes
20:53<Snow-Man>Captain_Murdoch: Well, it was basically instant before. :)
20:54<mdz_>rkulagow__: well, I think so
20:54<mdz_>gdb is funny about some signals
20:54<Snow-Man>I havn't run into a SIGPIPE signal when in gdb yet.
21:02<Captain_Murdoch>Snow-Man: I just added a 5 minute limit to the manual skip mode in my CVS copy (ie, when you don't have auto-flagging turned on). so it will be in CVS sometime soon.
21:03<Snow-Man>Cool.
21:03<Snow-Man>Is there something like that in auto-flagging already?
21:04<Captain_Murdoch>no, but the auto-flagging is way more intelligent. the manual stuff was the first commercial stuff I put in CVS, then I added the ability to post-process a recording (the auto-flag stuff).
21:04<Snow-Man>Ah, ok.
21:04<mdz_>Snow-Man: it happens sometimes when talking to the database
21:05<mdz_>for example if the connection has timed out or such
21:05<Snow-Man>mdz_: Oh, huh, I figured it would have happened between the frontend and backend.
21:05<mdz_>it might, but I have never seen it in the debugger
21:05<mdz_>at any rate it won't hurt anything now
21:05<Snow-Man>hmmm, ok.
21:05<Snow-Man>yea
21:12* Snow-Manshows off pausing. :)
21:44<bma>Snow-Man: ghetto :)
21:46<bigguy>hmm
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22:59<bline>these sound problems are really starting to get to me
23:01* blinebreaks things
23:14<Conaz>Any suggestions as to which divx codec to install for use with mythmkmovie?
23:16<Conaz>hmm, perhaps I did not make mplayer correctly, am I reading right that it should do divx natively?
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23:35<bline>yay, it's a mythtv problem (as apposed to hardware)
23:35<Conaz>for your sound error?
23:36<bline>yeah
23:36<bline>mplayer plays the .nuv files just fine with no sound cutoff
23:36<Conaz>I just experienced my first sound buffer error, guess I shouldn't be compiling during a recording
23:36<bline>pvr?
23:37<Conaz>Not yet, I'm still just using a WinTV go
23:37<bline>yep, no compiling during recording :)
23:37* blinekisses his pvr250
23:37<Conaz>Ah, well, I think it was just the xfiles movie anyway
23:37<Conaz>Yes, sometime down the road here I'm gonna aquire one of those
23:38<bline>Now, I need to dig around and see what this cutout problem is
23:39<Conaz>Ok, I think I got my mkmovie problem solved. I didn't have libpng-devel installed when I built mplayer
23:40<bline>oh, I think I found itr
23:41<Conaz>mkmovie just ends up in a loop and continually tries to encode the same file over and over again
23:43<Conaz>You use mythvideo at all bline?