[MPlayer-users] h.264 'slow motion' problem

Nico Sabbi Nicola.Sabbi at poste.it
Mon Jan 12 12:10:50 CET 2009

On Monday 12 January 2009 11:29:47 Derek C wrote:
> Hi again Nico,
> > the easiest way is to add +8192 to the audio or video pids
> > section and to use TAB to change program; the other solution is
> > to revive a patch to "scan" that I sent to linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
> > long ago
> > and that, like many other things in that funny list, was buried
> > to /dev/null
> It's a pity that mplayer doesn't output to the console what the PMT
> is for the channel when tab is used to move between the channels -
> it would be a handy way to correctly identify the channel's PMT id.
> I still don't understand why with "normal" DVB (MPEG2 on DVB-T or
> DVB-S) only a video PID and audio PID is needed but with H264
> another PID [PMT] is additionally required.
> Added "+8192" to the video PID does work *but* I notice now (as
> I've added this to all channels here) really mplayer is always
> receiving all the channels in the multiplex and just decoding the
> first one (like its ignoring the video PID in the first place). 
> This is not a big surprise to be sure because you did describe 8192
> as doing just this.
> I still don't know the correct channel PMT ids.

it's trivial to add, but have patience 

> I'll have to go look for your scan patch maybe and see if the
> dvb-utils scan is clever enough to find the PMT ids for me...
> Derek

good luck, I don't even remember when I posted it.
Moreover that list is full of idiots that don't even consider patches.

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