[mythtv] Audio Sync (Lipsync)
com at andreas-fey.com
Tue Jun 2 08:16:11 UTC 2009
what is the usual way patches are tested and possibly merged into the
trunk? I don't want to be impatient; I just wanted to know which
timeline or procedure I can expect for my patch.
Another question: Because I am running a mythtv version from the Ubuntu
packages on my productive system, is it possible to check out the equal
mythtv version vom SVN, apply the patch, compile the libs and swap the
original libs (from apt) with the new ones (from compilation)? How can I
get aware of the libs which are affected by my changes?
Thanks a lot and have a nice week,
Andreas Fey schrieb:
> I added this issue to TRAC: http://svn.mythtv.org/trac/ticket/6581
>> Hi Folks,
>> a few weeks ago I bought a new LCD TV and noticed that the audio
>> signal is a few milliseconds (200) ahead the picture - which seems to
>> be a usual problem with LCD devices. Even more users noticed that
>> problem and put it to the wishlist of mythtv. Usual DVD and BluRay
>> Players have a feature to set up an audio offset value, AKA lipsync
>> feature, so I thoughtit would be a good idea to integrate it into
>> mythtv, too.
>> Thanks to Marc Randolph, I re-started programming C++ and added a,
>> IMHO, nice feature which enables the user to set up a audio sync
>> offset in the general settings of mythfrontend (separate for each
>> host). This offset is added initially to the audio offset already used
>> transiently during playback.
>> Because this is my first try contributing to mythtv (and getting in
>> touch with C++ after years), I just wanted to ask which way would be
>> best to let others test these changes (as you might know, I don't have
>> write access to SVN ;-)
>> I attached a patch to this email. I am really looking forward to hear
>> from you guys!
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