[mythtv-users] quickdnr filter crashes
nbr at ticalc.org
Sun Feb 29 15:43:56 EST 2004
On Sun, 22 Feb 2004 16:16:54 -0500, D Banerjee <davatar at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Is the quickdnr filter unstable or am I just using it wrong? I've tried
>> with 0, 1, 2 and 4 parameters, and the end result is always the same; as
>> soon as I try to watch TV mythfrontend exits without any error messages.
>> kerneldeint and denoise3d work great (but both at the same time causes
>> I've looked in the list archives but didn't get any smarter. :)
> You're the first to report a problem. You are trying to use quickdnr as a
> playback filter only? If it's as a recording filter (as it is most
> effective) there's something else wrong as it can't crash mythfrontend.
> Perhaps you can get a backtrace. What CPU are you using? Are you running
> latest CVS or release?
Sorry for not responding to this earlier... I'm using the release (0.14)
on Gentoo with kernel 2.6.3 on the Asus Pundit, using the internal TV-out
and a WinFast 2000 XP Deluxe tuner card.
I was trying to use it as a playback filter, yes. I haven't found
information on how to setup recording filters, though I'm not sure what to
search the archives for ("recording filter" didn't do the trick) and I
don't see it anywhere in the GUI. A pointer to this would be very
appreciated, since I suspect that deinterlacing and denoise:ing (with
denoise3d or, preferrably, quickdnr) before encoding helps greatly wrt
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