[linux-dvb] replex ringbuffer overflow problem still exists

Boleslaw Ciesielski bolek-mythtv at curl.com
Sat Mar 12 17:23:17 CET 2005


I am getting the following errors while trying to run replex 0.1.3 on 
the .ts files recorded using Air2PC-ATSC:

[congo:/video/tmp] replex -t MPEG2 -o foo.mpg foo.ts
Reading from foo.ts
Input file length: 11.18 MB
Output File is: foo.mpg
Checking for TS: confirmed
Trying to find PIDs
vpid 0x0021
ac3pid 0x0024
AC3 stream:  bit rate: 448 kb/s  freq: 48000 Hz
   frame size 1792
starting audio PTS: 21:15:35.416
STARTING REPLEX
Video: aspect ratio: 16:9  size = 1280x720  frame rate: 60.000 fps  bit 
rate: 19.00 Mbit/s
   vbvbuffer 7995392
Sequence Extension: chroma 4:2:0   size = 1280x720  bit rate: 19.00 
Mbit/s  vbvbuffer 7995392  frame rate: 60.000
starting with video PTS: 21:15:35.982
Mux rate: 2.70 Mbit/s
AC30  offset:  0:00:00.576 21:15:35.992
ringbuffer overflow 1<184 6291456
ring buffer overflow 6291456
Exit 1
[congo:/video/tmp]

It seems that a similar problem was discussed and fixed about a year ago 
(see the thread in 
http://www.mail-archive.com/linux-dvb@linuxtv.org/msg15486.html), 
however apparently it still exists for some files. I did verify that my 
source (from http://www.metzlerbros.org/dvb/replex-0.1.3.tar.gz) 
includes the patch that was posted in the mail thread.

I posted a sample problem file at http://home.comcast.net/~mythtv/foo.ts 
(10sec, 11Mb)

Bolek




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