[linux-dvb] Re: Flexcop (HD5000) dvr0 removes null pid?

Steve Malenfant smalenfant at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 23:23:10 CEST 2005


I fixed the problem temporary by changing this :
 211: flexcop_null_filter_ctrl(fc, 1);
 to :
 211: flexcop_null_filter_ctrl(fc, 0);
 Shouldn't this be the default?
 Steve M.
 On 9/21/05, Steve Malenfant <smalenfant at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Is this possible that when I use dvr0 of a flexcop card (Per example the
> AirStar HD5000) that the driver/chip will supress null pids?
>
> I modified a copy of dvbsnoop that verifies the PCR bitrate on a QAM, with
> the AirStar HD5000, the PCR bitrate is lowered because the null pids are
> stripped. I have not experienced this problem with any other card yet
> (pchdtv hd3000, FUSION LITE/GOLD).
>
> There is also nothing coming out of a null PID filter in dvbsnoop :
> [root at dhcp-1172-8 ~]# ./dvbsnoop -s ts 8191
> dvbsnoop V1.3.96 -- http://dvbsnoop.sourceforge.net/
>
> root at dhcp-1172-8 ~]#
>
> Output example of my PCR verification addition :
> [root at dhcp-1172-8 ~]# ./dvbsnoop -s ts_rate -tsraw
> dvbsnoop V1.3.96 -- http://dvbsnoop.sourceforge.net/
> Trying to achieve PCR lock...
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 145 at 36773719 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 193 at 36791628 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 113 at 36787247 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 177 at 36722503 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 209 at 36781623 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 129 at 36797116 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 145 at 36771757 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 193 at 36788014 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 81 at 36754249 bits/sec
> PCR LOCK achieved on PID 113 at 36783179 bits/sec
> PCR LOCKED!
>
> I have not looked in the source code of the driver yet, but will... I need
> to be able to capture full Transport for further analysis, please help!
>
> Thanks.
>
> Steve M.
>
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