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Wed Sep 27 02:07:21 UTC 2006


-> testcap.ts
I get a file with zero bytes.  Is it possible that the port is not enabled,
or is tw using 5c?  Below is some more output.

[mythtv at mythtv ~]$ test-mpeg2 -r 0  > testcap.ts
libiec61883 warning: Overlayed connection on channel 0.
You may need to manually set the channel on the receiving node.
Starting to receive
done.


-Gregg

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I have just picked up a SA 3250HD box from tw cable socal.&nbsp; I connected the box and the firewire and get the following:<br><br>[mythtv at mythtv ~]$ plugreport<br>Host Adapter 0<br>==============<br><br>Node 0 GUID 0x001692b6c1740000
<br>------------------------------<br>oMPR n_plugs=1, data_rate=2, bcast_channel=63<br>oPCR[0] online=1, bcast_connection=0, n_p2p_connections=1<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; channel=0, data_rate=2, overhead_id=0, payload=146<br>iMPR n_plugs=0, data_rate=2
<br><br>Node 1 GUID 0x00e0180000651c01<br>------------------------------<br>libiec61883 error: error reading oMPR<br>libiec61883 error: error reading iMPR<br><br><br>From what I can tell this is normal, but when I try to run&nbsp; test-mpeg2 -r 0 -&gt; 
testcap.ts<br>I get a file with zero bytes.&nbsp; Is it possible that the port is not enabled, or is tw using 5c?&nbsp; Below is some more output.<br><br>[mythtv at mythtv ~]$ test-mpeg2 -r 0&nbsp; &gt; testcap.ts&nbsp; <br>libiec61883 warning: Overlayed connection on channel 0.
<br>You may need to manually set the channel on the receiving node.<br>Starting to receive<br>done.<br><br><br>-Gregg

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