[mythtv-users] Firewire ( 1394) Capture with multiple FW Cards
easygreenus at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 12 22:40:17 EST 2005
I tried to force Mythtv to record a show via the
firewire. This is what
I get in mythbackend.log:
2005-12-12 22:00:03.229 Changing from None to
2005-12-12 22:00:03.238 Using profile 'Default' to
2005-12-12 22:00:03.241 StartRecording
2005-12-12 22:00:03.242 Firewire: Initializing Port:
1, Node: 0, Speed: 100Mbps
2005-12-12 22:00:03.243 Firewire: Creating P2P
Connection with Node: 0
libiec61883 warning: Overlayed connection on channel
You may need to manually set the channel on the
2005-12-12 22:00:03.258 Firewire: Created Channel: 0,
Bandwidth Allocation: 0
2005-12-12 22:00:03.259 Firewire: Changing Speed
200Mbps -> 100Mbps
2005-12-12 22:00:18.264 Firewire: No Input in 15
seconds [P:1 N:0] (select)
2005-12-12 22:00:20.926 JobQueue::RecoverQueue:
Checking for unfinished jobs to
I had the cable box set to channel 912, which is the
HDTV version of
over-the-air CBS, so I would not think it was encoded.
Note: I can connect if external Firewire disk drive to
both my firewire
cards ( motherboard and PCI ) and I can mount
filesystems off of it.
So, I'm confident they are working.
--- Steve Adeff <adeffs at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 12 December 2005 20:52, Mike Smith wrote:
> > Steve,
> > When I try test-mpeg2 I get the following:
> > [root at lbk examples]# ./test-mpeg2 -r 0
> > libiec61883 warning: No plugs exist on either
> > using default broadcast channel 63.
> > Starting to receive
> > It says it is starting to receive, but I end up
> > a zero length
> > file.
> > Since I have two different cards, how does it
> > which card I my
> > device is on?
> > Thanks,
> > Mike
> I've been wondering the same thing about all these
> linux firewire apps. they
> assume you only have 1 firewire card!
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