On 17/03/2012 15:22, Christoph Pfister wrote:
> There are basically three main things to do at the moment:
> - make the vlc backend fully usable (dvd menus, hw accel, ...)
I noticed that the DVD menu is not enabled if I play an iso file.
> - support new delivery systems (dvb-t2, ...)
> - separate ui / non-ui stuff in the dvb code
I'm not ready for that yet.
> On the backend side, some things got broken, so the procedure is to
> find out what (vcd, dvd, external subtitles, ... ?) + how to fix it
I tried to implement the DVB-T. I saw that a m2t file is created but
remained empty :-(
I'm not sure how VLC handles this.
"vlc -p dvb --advanced" shows the option list to play a channel.
For instance, a command like "vlc dvb:// --dvb-adapter 0 --dvb-frequency
586166 --dvb-inversion -1 --dvb-bandwidth 8 --dvb-transmission 8
--dvb-guard 1/8..." plays a channel.
Can I have these info from MediaSource before calling this function ?
void VlcMediaWidget::play(const MediaSource &source)