player crash with 1920x1080i29 and NTSC

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2013-08-21
2013-08-30
  • Rui Loureiro

    Rui Loureiro - 2013-08-21

    Hi everyone,
    The player crash when I try to read 1920x1080i29 or NTSC from the shared memory input. Returns a floating point exception.
    This is a normal behaviour? I never tried NTSC before.
    The capture process starts fine.
    I tried to run the player with --src-size 720x480, --src-fps 30 but nothing works.

     
    Last edit: Rui Loureiro 2013-08-21
  • Rui Loureiro

    Rui Loureiro - 2013-08-22

    There is a problem on the common/Timecode class with the unsigned integers operations.

    the debugger returns:

    The inferior stopped because it received a signal from the Operating System.
    
    Signal name : SIGFPE
    Signal meaning : Arithmetic exception
    
     
  • John Fletcher

    John Fletcher - 2013-08-22

    I've updated the Timecode class; try now.

     
  • Rui Loureiro

    Rui Loureiro - 2013-08-23

    Now the player is freezing in PAL (tested in SH and HD with dummy and SD with XD-CAM). NTSC is working (tested SD and HD with the dummy).

     
  • John Fletcher

    John Fletcher - 2013-08-27

    I'm not seeing any problem at PAL frame rate.

     
  • Rui Loureiro

    Rui Loureiro - 2013-08-27

    I'm so sorry John. The other day I build only the Timecode class. Today after read your post I build all the system. PAL and NTSC are working.

     
  • John Fletcher

    John Fletcher - 2013-08-28

    No problem. Glad it's working.

     
  • Rui Loureiro

    Rui Loureiro - 2013-08-30

    I tested a NTSC signal in the HDMI input of the Mini Decklink and I get image without one of the components (can't tell you the specific component, sorry about my ignorance :-)). I don't have many NTSC sources around here to test this better, I'm using a Asus multimedia center to do the test.

     

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