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Old 08-11-2009, 03:33 PM   #1471
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I tried using HME/VLC, the vidoes all play but the sound is chopped up and can't make out the voices.
That probably goes back to problem with 6 channel AAC audio - you are only hearing 2 channels from Tivo.
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Old 08-11-2009, 04:23 PM   #1472
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Problem playing Nero MPG4

Is there any way to correct for this on the fly..
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Old 08-11-2009, 09:06 PM   #1473
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I have two TiVos, one on a 1080P and one on a 1080i TV. I have had no problem using Streambaby to show any content, both BluRay rips which are 1080p titles and others (480p, 480i, 720p titles).

How is your TiVo configured.. I have mine locked to a single resolution and not "switch" based on the content. Perhaps that will resolve the issue you are seeing.
Selecting different output resolutions was the first thing I tried - no dice. 1080p content (or any non-interlaced content, for that matter) simply will not play on my 480i set without constant (slight) judder.

It's ironic, since my Blu-ray player has no such issues.

(Yes, I know some may find it odd that I have a TiVo HD and a Blu-ray player, but no HD panel yet. All in due time.)
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Old 08-12-2009, 11:53 AM   #1474
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Problem playing Nero MP4 files

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That probably goes back to problem with 6 channel AAC audio - you are only hearing 2 channels from Tivo.
Getting a little closer, Streambaby will not show any of the video on my Nero mp4 files, however they all will show the video on HME/VLC but the audio is distorted.
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Old 08-14-2009, 09:25 AM   #1475
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Selecting different output resolutions was the first thing I tried - no dice. 1080p content (or any non-interlaced content, for that matter) simply will not play on my 480i set without constant (slight) judder.

It's ironic, since my Blu-ray player has no such issues.

(Yes, I know some may find it odd that I have a TiVo HD and a Blu-ray player, but no HD panel yet. All in due time.)
I did not notice previously that you were on a SD 480i TV. Are you hooked up through the composite or SVideo cable? I will have to try out some Progressive content on an SD TV. In fact I have never hooked up an SD TV to the TiVo so that would be an interesting test on my end.

Do you have a small < 20 Meg test file that you can point me to that displays this jitter and I will also test with my own Progressive content.

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Old 08-15-2009, 09:19 PM   #1476
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Streambaby Dropping Out!?

Hi All,

In the past couple of weeks I have been experiencing an increasing incidence of Streambaby dropping out mid-stream.

Typically, a stream will go to black and return to Tivo live TV. By returning to Streambaby through the menus it is possible to resume play at the point that drop out occurred. Initially spasmodic, it is now becoming more frequent and often twice during the one movie playback.

The Log for playback one movie lastnight (between 9.30PM and 12.00AM), during which 2 dropouts occurred, reads thus:

08/15/09 21:27:19 Listener: 192.168.1.8 icon.png HTTP GET - to factory /streamba
by/
08/15/09 21:29:03 Listener: 192.168.1.8 icon.png HTTP GET - to factory /streamba
by/
log after close : initContext version=47
08/15/09 21:29:24 Factory: HME receiver connected
08/15/09 21:30:31 Listener: 192.168.1.8 2cd26f4a-7ce3-4b8c-95ad-5b00eafea556.str
eam HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/15/09 21:50:13 Listener: 192.168.1.8 I/O Exception handling HTTP GET 2cd26f4
a-7ce3-4b8c-95ad-5b00eafea556.stream: Connection reset by peer: socket write err
or
StreamBabyStream[#1,uri=null] warning: resource 3851 not found.
StreamBabyStream[#1,uri=null] warning: resource 3851 not found.
08/15/09 23:09:31 Listener: 192.168.1.8 2e46cf8a-28cc-4b7a-a56e-3194e852f1b5.str
eam HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/15/09 23:21:28 Listener: 192.168.1.8 2e46cf8a-28cc-4b7a-a56e-3194e852f1b5.str
eam HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/15/09 23:43:06 Listener: connection to receiver closed
08/15/09 23:43:06 Factory: HME receiver disconnected
log after close : initContext version=47
08/15/09 23:43:06 Factory: HME receiver connected
08/15/09 23:43:33 Listener: 192.168.1.8 4721e91d-2968-4dc7-84c2-c508b31d7c38.str
eam HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/15/09 23:48:55 Listener: 192.168.1.8 4721e91d-2968-4dc7-84c2-c508b31d7c38.str
eam HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
StreamBabyStream[#1,uri=null] warning: resource 4069 not found.
StreamBabyStream[#1,uri=null] warning: resource 4069 not found.
08/15/09 23:51:13 Listener: connection to receiver closed
08/15/09 23:51:13 Factory: HME receiver disconnected
08/15/09 23:51:24 Listener: 192.168.1.8 icon.png HTTP GET - to factory /streamba
by/


There does not seem to be a clear pattern, as in Tivo beginning or ending a recording, or the dropout occurring at any given time during a playback. Also, just to be clear, no one is playing with the remote at the time either.

Is anyone else experiencing this problem? Does anyone know how to correct it?

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:21 AM   #1477
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VOB to Streambaby using handbrake

Hi,

I'd like to convert VOB files into a format that's easily streamed to the TiVo, and preferably into a format < 1 GB. I tried using handbrake to convert into an AVI with h.264 and a target size of 700MB. This worked, but the stream seemed to take forever to cache on the tivo, so I'm guessing it's being transcoded rather than directly streamed. It even paused a few times whilst playing to recache, which has never happened for my other video files.

Does anyone have any advice as to what handbrake settings to use? I'm pretty new to the video format area, so any advice would be great.

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Old 08-18-2009, 09:37 AM   #1478
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Yeah, TiVo doesn't speak AVI. You need to be making MP4s.

Of course VOB files themselves are a format that's easily streamed to the TiVo.
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Old 08-19-2009, 03:22 PM   #1479
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Metadata Image Aspect Distorted

I have been wrapping my head around the metadata display capabilities of streambaby today and generaly am very happy with the results. (GREAT WORK GUYS!). I am able to pull up metadata from .tx .xml and .html docs even with images included - using the image: <tag>. One thing I notice though was no matter what format I used - the image is always squeezed horizontally - so it appears very distorted. Is there anything I can do to get that thumbnail image that appears in the INFO screen to show up with the proper proportions?

EDIT - also - when pulling in embedded mpeg4 metadata - streambaby only seem to support a very limited subset - title, description, cast or similar. I have tried embedding with both iTunes (Mac) and MetaX (Mac) and the metadata is definitely embedded - shows up fine in iTunes but not in streambaby INFO screen.

- thx

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Old 08-19-2009, 09:37 PM   #1480
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What's the trick to getting images to display? I've tried .txt and .html metadata files. The txt works, except for the image not displaying. With the html I can't get any information to display, not even the title and description.

Here's a sample of the .txt metadata:
Code:
title: Cowboy Bebop - The Movie
description: Mars, days before Halloween 2071...
image: CowboyBebop.jpg
As I mentioned above, this works, except the image doesn't display, which is in the same directory as the metadata file.

Here's an .html metadata sample for the same video:
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<html>
<body>
<h1>Cowboy Bebop - The Movie</h1>
<p>Mars, days before Halloween 2071...</p>
<img src="L:\Media\Videos\Anime\.meta\CowboyBebop.jpg"/>
</body>
</html>
This doesn't show anything at all. The name is the directory changes, but nothings shows on the info screen.

Any help is appreciated... :-)
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Old 08-20-2009, 12:16 AM   #1481
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I just tried this out and it works very well. I do have one question though. How come when I shut it down, it remains in the Music, Photos & Showcases menu on my TiVo for 20 minutes?

TiVo Desktop's Photo HME application disappears immediately when it's stopped so it's possible to do so.

Looking at a packet sniff, it seems to do so by sending out a MDNS packet right before exiting with a time to live of 0.

Edit:

It looks like there's a class in jmdns, javax.jmdns.impl.tasks.Canceler, which is used to do this. Streambaby should probably execute that when shutting down.

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Old 08-20-2009, 08:08 AM   #1482
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Answering my own question - the reason images are being squished lies in the fact the default streambaby css stylesheets have an "img" tag that defines a default size - so no matter what size you indicate in your html or source - it will always be overridden by the css files. To solve this problem - all you need to do is edit one or both of the css stylesheets in the stylesheets directory. After editing the stylesheets - I was able to display any size image I wanted - 320x240 thumbnail size looks great on 40' LCD tv.

Code:
Edit these files:
meta-720.css
meta-480.css

Remove or comment out the img tag:

Change:

img {
    float:right;
    width:150;
    height:200;
}

To:

/* 
img {
    float:right;
    width:150;
    height:200;
}
*/

or just completely remove it.
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I have been wrapping my head around the metadata display capabilities of streambaby today and generaly am very happy with the results. (GREAT WORK GUYS!). I am able to pull up metadata from .tx .xml and .html docs even with images included - using the image: <tag>. One thing I notice though was no matter what format I used - the image is always squeezed horizontally - so it appears very distorted. Is there anything I can do to get that thumbnail image that appears in the INFO screen to show up with the proper proportions?

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Old 08-20-2009, 12:16 PM   #1483
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Edit:

It looks like there's a class in jmdns, javax.jmdns.impl.tasks.Canceler, which is used to do this. Streambaby should probably execute that when shutting down.
The shutdown code in jmdns (last time I looked) is badly broken and hangs the application at shutdown if used. Streambaby actually has a bunch of hacks to cancel jmDNS's shutdown hooks so it doesn't get called.

It's possible I could write my own code to handle canceling jmDNS at shutdown, but just never got around to it... (I keep hoping someone over at jmdns will fix the issue, but the bug has been around forever...)

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Old 08-20-2009, 01:01 PM   #1484
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Here's a sample of the .txt metadata:
Code:
title: Cowboy Bebop - The Movie
description: Mars, days before Halloween 2071...
image: CowboyBebop.jpg
As I mentioned above, this works, except the image doesn't display, which is in the same directory as the metadata file.

Here's an .html metadata sample for the same video:
Code:
<html>
<body>
<h1>Cowboy Bebop - The Movie</h1>
<p>Mars, days before Halloween 2071...</p>
<img src="L:\Media\Videos\Anime\.meta\CowboyBebop.jpg"/>
</body>
</html>
This doesn't show anything at all.
For pyTivo format metadata (.txt) there needs to be a space between the tag and the colon, and between the colon and the data:
Code:
title : Cowboy Bebop - The Movie
description : Mars, days before Halloween 2071...
image : CowboyBebop.jpg
As far as the HTML goes, it's possbile you need to set some colors for the fonts, etc. It may default to black text which won't really show up.

Also, for the image tag if you are specifying a full path (L:\Media\etc...) you might need to specify the file protocol:
Code:
file://L:\Media\Videos\Anime\.meta\CowboyBebop.jpg
Although I am not 100% sure about that. A relative path would probably be OK without it.
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Old 08-20-2009, 01:17 PM   #1485
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Relative path seems to work fine - I think the problem might (just a guess) be the windows formatted path "\" instead of "/" ... just a guess. I had no problems at all getting images to display on ubuntu box using image : images/my_image.jpg (my images are in subfolder named "images" below the actual video file.)

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For pyTivo format metadata (.txt) there needs to be a space between the tag and the colon, and between the colon and the data:
Code:
file://L:\Media\Videos\Anime\.meta\CowboyBebop.jpg
Although I am not 100% sure about that. A relative path would probably be OK without it.

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Old 08-20-2009, 01:38 PM   #1486
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I forgot to mention it's running on a Windows XP box, and the .html files display perfectly in IE.

I have the images in the same folder (.meta) as the metadata files. I haven't tried the // in front of the path, but I think I've tried every other possible combination :-)

I'll play with it some more this weekend, and report my findings either way. If I get it working, hopefully my solution may help someone else in the future.

Thanks for the pointers!
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Old 08-20-2009, 01:59 PM   #1487
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For pyTivo format metadata (.txt) there needs to be a space between the tag and the colon, and between the colon and the data
If that's something that Streambaby is enforcing, I recommend you change that. It's never been necessary for pyTivo; and now that pyTivo can generate metadata files itself, it doesn't put a space between the tag and colon. I know that some of the pyTivo documentation used to specify a space there, but I never understood why, and I've taken out those comments where I noticed them. Anyway, the reality of the pyTivo code is that it's always been optional. What happens is, it splits the line at the first colon, and then strips the spaces from each end of each piece.

Code:
key, value = [x.strip() for x in line.split(sep, 1)]

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Old 08-21-2009, 08:18 AM   #1488
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0xfff error

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Regarding the 0xfff error and having to wait a little I wonder if the following would help:
http://<ip>/TiVoConnect?Command=ResetServer
I have started to see this error crop up more and more on one of my TiVoHD boxes. Coincidentally it is the same box I have beta TiVo code on. My other Tivo is able to jump around in these files just fine, but almost every jump causes the box on Beta code to give the error now.

What is weird is yesterday I got through a whole Blue-Ray rip which must have restreamed about 6 times just fine and the very next mp4 movie (similar specs, DVD rip to MP4-aacLC) gave me the error on the first jump.

I also have problems pulling the guide data from KTTMG from this box as well so I think the beta code may be impacting the webserver on the box..

If anyone else has a box on the beta code can you test streaming larger files (or jumping around ahead and behind the buffer) and see if you get the 0xfff errors?

Here is the debugging info from the StreamBaby logs
Code:
08/20/09 14:02:35 ViewScreen: Openening stream at position: 607000(607 secs)
08/20/09 14:02:35 VideoModuleHelper: quality setting is above quality of video, streaming normally
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: mp4.util.atom.FtypAtom(102,116,121,112): FtypAtom (offset: 0, size:24)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: mp4.util.atom.MoovAtom(109,111,111,118): MoovAtom (offset: 24, size:2349644)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:  mp4.util.atom.MvhdAtom(109,118,104,100): MvhdAtom (offset: 32, size:108)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:  mp4.util.atom.IodsAtom(105,111,100,115): IodsAtom (offset: 140, size:21)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:  mp4.util.atom.TrakAtom(116,114,97,107): TrakAtom (offset: 161, size:980261)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:   mp4.util.atom.TkhdAtom(116,107,104,100): TkhdAtom (offset: 169, size:92)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:   mp4.util.atom.MdiaAtom(109,100,105,97): MdiaAtom (offset: 261, size:980161)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.MdhdAtom(109,100,104,100): MdhdAtom (offset: 269, size:32)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.HdlrAtom(104,100,108,114): HdlrAtom (offset: 301, size:55)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.MinfAtom(109,105,110,102): MinfAtom (offset: 356, size:980066)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.VmhdAtom(118,109,104,100): VmhdAtom (offset: 364, size:20)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.DinfAtom(100,105,110,102): DinfAtom (offset: 384, size:36)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.DrefAtom(100,114,101,102): DrefAtom (offset: 392, size:28)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.StblAtom(115,116,98,108): StblAtom (offset: 420, size:980002)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StsdAtom(115,116,115,100): StsdAtom (offset: 428, size:182)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:       mp4.util.atom.Avc1Atom(97,118,99,49): Avc1Atom (offset: 444, size:166)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.SttsAtom(115,116,116,115): SttsAtom (offset: 610, size:24)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.CttsAtom(99,116,116,115): CttsAtom (offset: 634, size:291680)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StssAtom(115,116,115,115): StssAtom (offset: 292314, size:61412)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StscAtom(115,116,115,99): StscAtom (offset: 353726, size:52)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StszAtom(115,116,115,122): StszAtom (offset: 353778, size:512700)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.Co64Atom(99,111,54,52): Co64Atom (offset: 866478, size:113944)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:  mp4.util.atom.TrakAtom(116,114,97,107): TrakAtom (offset: 980422, size:1369246)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:   mp4.util.atom.TkhdAtom(116,107,104,100): TkhdAtom (offset: 980430, size:92)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:   mp4.util.atom.MdiaAtom(109,100,105,97): MdiaAtom (offset: 980522, size:1369146)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.MdhdAtom(109,100,104,100): MdhdAtom (offset: 980530, size:32)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.HdlrAtom(104,100,108,114): HdlrAtom (offset: 980562, size:55)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:    mp4.util.atom.MinfAtom(109,105,110,102): MinfAtom (offset: 980617, size:1369051)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.SmhdAtom(115,109,104,100): SmhdAtom (offset: 980625, size:16)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.DinfAtom(100,105,110,102): DinfAtom (offset: 980641, size:36)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.DrefAtom(100,114,101,102): DrefAtom (offset: 980649, size:28)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:     mp4.util.atom.StblAtom(115,116,98,108): StblAtom (offset: 980677, size:1368991)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StsdAtom(115,116,115,100): StsdAtom (offset: 980685, size:91)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:       mp4.util.atom.UnknownAtom(109,112,52,97): Mp4aAtom (offset: 980701, size:75)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.SttsAtom(115,116,116,115): SttsAtom (offset: 980776, size:24)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StscAtom(115,116,115,99): StscAtom (offset: 980800, size:1972)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.StszAtom(115,116,115,122): StszAtom (offset: 982772, size:1252952)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2:      mp4.util.atom.Co64Atom(99,111,54,52): Co64Atom (offset: 2235724, size:113944)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: mp4.util.atom.MdatAtom(109,100,97,116): MdatAtom (offset: 2349668, size(LRG):6838521806)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: moov size 2349636
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: mdat size 6838521790
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: sampleNum 11643
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: new key frame 11641
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: trackType Vid (stts) trackTime: 606.8505 adjustTime: 606.8505 mediaTime(11640000/19181) adjTimePos(11640000/19181)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: trackType Snd trackTime: 607.0 adjustTime: 606.8505 mediaTime(29136000/48000) adjTimePos(11640000/19181)
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: Movie time 6682 sec, cut at 606.8505sec
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: 	DBG: ts 600 cut at 364110.3
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: media time 11640000
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: 	DBG: sampleNum 11641 sync frame 11641
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: 	DBG: chunk 1294
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: cutDuration 3645169
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: new time 606.8505
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: media time 29128826
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: 	DBG: sampleNum 28447 sync frame 28447
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: 	DBG: chunk 1293
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: cutDuration 3645273
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: new time 606.8505
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: moov chunk 2349684
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: cut moov chunk 620275391
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: updateAmount 618146556
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: movie skip 617925707
08/20/09 14:02:35 MP4StreamFactory$2: DBG: Cut Movie time 6075 sec 
08/20/09 14:02:35 NamedStream: Registering named stream: 12099721-f082-4b4e-9a45-50fce37387e2.stream
08/20/09 14:02:35 NamedStream: DeRegistering named stream: 67f61f15-3a44-415f-9cf4-d9d3c0a5c970.stream
08/20/09 14:02:35 Listener: 
08/20/09 14:02:35 Listener: 192.168.1.53 I/O Exception handling  HTTP GET 67f61f15-3a44-415f-9cf4-d9d3c0a5c970.stream: Connection reset by peer: socket write error
08/20/09 14:02:35 Listener: ctx=HttpRequest /streambaby/67f61f15-3a44-415f-9cf4-d9d3c0a5c970.stream t=java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
08/20/09 14:02:36 JavaMP4Splitter$Splitter$1: IOException: java.io.IOException: Pipe broken
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
08/20/09 14:02:36 ViewScreen: error=ERROR: 0xffff
Mirrors.mp4
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Coincidentally it is the same box I have beta TiVo code on.
Are you supposed to be talking about that?
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Are you supposed to be talking about that?
Just stating you are using Beta code is not a breach of the privacy agreement.

Saying anything that is part of it is.

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If that's something that Streambaby is enforcing, I recommend you change that. It's never been necessary for pyTivo; and now that pyTivo can generate metadata files itself, it doesn't put a space between the tag and colon.
Thanks for the info-- I just took a look at the streambaby code to see what it does, and it looks like it only enforced the space requirement on the very first line of the metadatafile-- It did this when it is trying to determine whether the text file was a pyTivo metadata text file, or a regular txt file (which streambaby also supports as a raw description of the video). If it the pattern begins with

word : everything else

It would assume it's a pyTivo metadata file, otherwise it was assumed to be a raw txt file. All of the other code in streambaby could handle the data with or without the space.

I've made the change to not require the space when determining if the file is a pyTivo metadata file. The only thing this means is if anyone is actually using raw txt files for metadata and it begins with something like "Title: My name is joe" it won't work anymore. However "My Title: King Kong" will work. (so more than one word before the colon)
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Just stating you are using Beta code is not a breach of the privacy agreement.

Saying anything that is part of it is.

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I could disagree with your assumption, but I find it more interesting that you violated your own rule.

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I have started to see this error crop up more and more on one of my TiVoHD boxes. Coincidentally it is the same box I have beta TiVo code on.

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I did not notice previously that you were on a SD 480i TV. Are you hooked up through the composite or SVideo cable? I will have to try out some Progressive content on an SD TV. In fact I have never hooked up an SD TV to the TiVo so that would be an interesting test on my end.

Do you have a small < 20 Meg test file that you can point me to that displays this jitter and I will also test with my own Progressive content.
I'm connected via S-Video from the TiVo > Onkyo 805 > Samsung TV, and via composite from the TiVo > Samsung TV (so Mom doesn't have to fire up the receiver & sub every time the kids want to watch "Curious George"). Maddeningly, while the Samsung does feature component video inputs, the sharpness is blown permanently out of whack and cannot be corrected except (perhaps) by a professional.

(More OT: the "professional" I had over to my house a few years ago to look at the TV saw absolutely nothing wrong with it, and thought it looked better than my best-effort attempts at calibration with the DVE disc on S-Video.)

Anyway, I get the same jittery-ness with progressive content regardless of the two connections.

OK, here are two Streambaby-ready (H.264 + AC3) versions of the new "Avatar" teaser:

480i (37.43 MB)
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I could disagree with your assumption, but I find it more interesting that you violated your own rule.
I do not see how when I stated I own more than one TiVo HD boxes is stating what features are part of a TiVo offering down the road. Enlighten me?
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OK, here are two Streambaby-ready (H.264 + AC3) versions of the new "Avatar" teaser:

480i (37.43 MB)
480p (39.7 MB)
Thanks I will take a look at it once I get home. I did notice that the source 480p movie is 23.976 FPS while the 480i is changed to 29.97, I would assume since 480i is not acceptable at 24 fps. But that process itself might be leading to the jitter. But I have not watched either one yet, just looked at the meta and codec info.

I will try on a 1080p [hdmi], 1080i [hdmi], and a 1080i TV hooked via [svideo] and will report if I see any jumping up and down.

Thanks,

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I can put together something at higher resolutions if you like. I inferred from an earlier post that you had an SD TV available to test, which is one reason I stuck with the 480px vertical resolution. Aren't nearly all 1080i sets capable of displaying 480i/p and 720i/p content correctly?
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I can also do a test with a SD set as well, it just may take more time than this weekend. What I was primarily interested in is what the TiVo is outputting through the SVideo. I have never used the SVideo connector and perhaps that is where the Jitter is coming from.

I will let you know my tests and the results.

I have plenty of hi-res videos, both progressive and interlaced and as I have stated I have never seen any jitter through the HDMI. Which is why I am interested in testing through the SVideo.

One added question.. Do you have any HD source antenna/Cablebox content? Do you see jitter on a 720P or 1080i source signal, or only from Streambaby content.

And if you do not see jitter on content from antenna/cable can you use KTTMG to extract / convert to H.264 and see if the jitter stays away, or becomes apparent.

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I can put together something at higher resolutions if you like. I inferred from an earlier post that you had an SD TV available to test, which is one reason I stuck with the 480px vertical resolution. Aren't nearly all 1080i sets capable of displaying 480i/p and 720i/p content correctly?
To me the 480p one has a very slight jitter, only noticable when there are words on the screen on my 1080i TV. On the 1080P TV there is no such jitter. I account this to the TiVo trying to scale the movie back up to a standard resolution and make it interlaced for my tv at the same time.

I noticed no such jitter on the 480i video on either TV. Even through the S-Video connector.

If you always have jitter through this TiVo I would inspect your cables and make sure you are not getting RF interference from the power cords or Wall Warts nearby.

Wish I could help more,

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Thanks for testing, Rick. I have OTA content coming into the TiVo and haven't seen any jitter yet. I've also got a Blu-ray player that sends video to my SD TV just fine. This is the first time that progressive content hasn't played nice with my display box, so I was hoping a software solution could be found.

Oh well - I'll just have to author two versions of the trailers I want to stream, then delete the interlaced versions when I finally upgrade my box to a panel.
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High ffmpeg CPU usage

I'm a streambaby newbie, running it under WinXP on an old Athlon XP 2GHz. My config is as simple as can be. When I try to stream anything to my Tivo, even mpeg2 files that were recorded by the Tivo, ffmpeg gets launched in the background and consumes all available CPU time. Even if I exit out of the video on the Tivo and go back to Tivo Central, ffmpeg keeps chugging away and eating up all the CPU it can get. The files that I'm testing with do not need transcoding.

From some searching, I'm guessing that this may be related to preview generation, but I don't understand why it happens all the time even when I'm not doing any FF/Rew. It makes streambaby not very usable on a slower machine like mine. I get the same result when using version 0.27 or the latest svn.

I would appreciate if someone could look at this debug log and tell me if all this is normal? Thanks!

Code:
08/22/09 15:43:14 StreamBabyConfig: WorkingDir: "C:\Program Files\streambaby"
08/22/09 15:43:14 StreamBabyConfig: StreamBabyDir: C:\Program Files\streambaby
08/22/09 15:43:14 StreamBabyConfig: CurDir: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loading avutil, default: avutil-49
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\avutil-49.dll
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loading avcodec, default: avcodec-52
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\avcodec-52.dll
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded avCodec version: 52 (3409408)
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loading avformat, default: avformat-52
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\avformat-52.dll
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded avFormat version: 52 (3413761)
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loading swscale, default: swscale-0
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Loaded: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\swscale-0.dll
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaConfig$1: Marking libswscale as available.
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegJavaVideoModule: FFmpeg-java Module: loaded
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegExeVideoModule: FFmpegPath: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\ffmpeg.exe
08/22/09 15:43:14 FFmpegExeVideoModule: FFmpegExeModule: Loaded
08/22/09 15:43:14 StreamBabyMain: STARTING StreamBaby v0.27...
08/22/09 15:43:14 Main: args= start=true
08/22/09 15:43:14 Main: args= loader=sun.misc.Launcher$AppClassLoader@11b86e7
08/22/09 15:43:14 Listener: config=com.tivo.hme.host.util.Config@1415de6 logger=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.utils.Log$ILoggerImpl@7bd9f2
08/22/09 15:43:15 Listener: factoryList=[StreamBabyStreamFactory[/streambaby/,Stream, Baby, Stream]]
08/22/09 15:43:15 Listener: factory=StreamBabyStreamFactory[/streambaby/,Stream, Baby, Stream]
08/22/09 15:43:15 Listener: name=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:15 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:43:15 Listener: added factory
08/22/09 15:43:15 Main: factory=StreamBabyStreamFactory[/streambaby/,Stream, Baby, Stream]
08/22/09 15:43:15 Main: MDNS: http://192.168.1.101:7290/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:15 Main: streambaby ready & listening.
08/22/09 15:43:15 Main: mdns_type=_tivo-hme._tcp.local. factory=StreamBabyStreamFactory[/streambaby/,Stream, Baby, Stream] port=7290
08/22/09 15:43:20 TiVoListener: addService: Sombody's Tivo
08/22/09 15:43:20 TiVoListener: Updating service: _http._tcp.local. (Sombody's Tivo)
08/22/09 15:43:20 TiVoListener: resolveService: _http._tcp.local. (Sombody's Tivo)
08/22/09 15:43:20 TiVoListener: jmDns found TiVo: Sombody's Tivo, tsn: xxxxxxxxx
08/22/09 15:43:30 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/d97bd78e-d959-4cd8-b624-24687e43415f.stream
08/22/09 15:43:30 Listener: path=/streambaby/d97bd78e-d959-4cd8-b624-24687e43415f.stream uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:30 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:43:30 Listener: 192.168.1.105 d97bd78e-d959-4cd8-b624-24687e43415f.stream HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:30 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=d97bd78e-d959-4cd8-b624-24687e43415f.stream
08/22/09 15:43:30 NamedStream: Getting mapped stream for named stream: d97bd78e-d959-4cd8-b624-24687e43415f.stream
08/22/09 15:43:30 Listener: ctx=com.tivo.hme.host.http.server.HttpConnection@16b13c7 t=java.lang.NullPointerException
08/22/09 15:43:40 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/ff816381-fc73-4fac-ae9e-9477a191b9a7.stream
08/22/09 15:43:40 Listener: path=/streambaby/ff816381-fc73-4fac-ae9e-9477a191b9a7.stream uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:40 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:43:40 Listener: 192.168.1.105 ff816381-fc73-4fac-ae9e-9477a191b9a7.stream HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:40 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=ff816381-fc73-4fac-ae9e-9477a191b9a7.stream
08/22/09 15:43:40 NamedStream: Getting mapped stream for named stream: ff816381-fc73-4fac-ae9e-9477a191b9a7.stream
08/22/09 15:43:40 Listener: ctx=com.tivo.hme.host.http.server.HttpConnection@329f3d t=java.lang.NullPointerException
08/22/09 15:43:42 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/icon.png
08/22/09 15:43:42 Listener: path=/streambaby/icon.png uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:42 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:43:42 Listener: 192.168.1.105 icon.png HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:42 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=icon.png
08/22/09 15:43:49 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:49 Listener: path=/streambaby/ uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:43:49 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/ factory=StreamBabyStreamFactory[/streambaby/,Stream, Baby, Stream]
08/22/09 15:43:49 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:43:49 Factory: HME receiver connected
08/22/09 15:43:49 Listener: app=StreamBabyStream[#1,uri=null] in=com.tivo.hme.host.http.server.HttpConnection$InStream@145e044
08/22/09 15:43:49 StreamBabyStream: width: 1280
08/22/09 15:43:49 StreamBabyStream: height: 720
08/22/09 15:43:49 StreamBabyStream: aspect: 1/1
08/22/09 15:43:49 HostContext: key=pw applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:49 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:49 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:49 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:49 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:49 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=background-720.jpg
08/22/09 15:43:50 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-top-DELCLRSPC_ABC_SYM.png
08/22/09 15:43:50 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-tips.png
08/22/09 15:43:50 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-middle-lc.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-bottom-empty.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-datafield.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/keyboard-focus.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/bar.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/left.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/right.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/up.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 RootDirEntry$dirEntryHandler: dirEntry: file:/G:/My%20Videos/
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: key=pw value=
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: key=pw value=applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:51 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:51 RootDirEntry$dirEntryHandler: dirEntry: file:/G:/My%20Videos/
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/down.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/pageup.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/pagedown.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/pleasewait.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=folder.png
08/22/09 15:43:51 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=null
08/22/09 15:43:52 SelectionScreen: action=right
08/22/09 15:43:53 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=null
08/22/09 15:43:54 SelectionScreen: action=right
08/22/09 15:43:54 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=movie.png
08/22/09 15:43:54 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=null
08/22/09 15:43:56 SelectionScreen: action=right
08/22/09 15:43:57 BaseMetadataModule: <html><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"></head><body><div id="global"><h1>Best in Show</h1><p>Pampered pooches and their quirky owners converge on Philadelphia to compete in a prestigious dog show.</p><p>Sat 4/4 08:15 pm 53 TCM<br>Episode #: </p><p>Michael Hitchcock, Parker Posey, Eugene Levy</p><p class="genre">Comedy</p></div></body></html>
08/22/09 15:43:58 CobraRenderer$3: ParentPanelPref:java.awt.Dimension[width=986,height=293]
08/22/09 15:43:59 VideoModuleHelper: GetVidInfo: file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg
08/22/09 15:43:59 FFmpegJavaVideoModule: vidDur:6301362
08/22/09 15:43:59 FFmpegJavaVideoModule: VideoInfo:
uri: file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg, Container: mpeg, Duration: 6301.362 seconds
Video: mp2v 704x480 29.97002997002997 fps
  PixAspect: 0.90909094, Aspect: 1.3333334
Audio: ac3 48000HZ 2 channels
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:43:59 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:05 ButtonScreen: code=6 rawcode=16778246
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg value=0
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg value=0applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:05 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:05 ViewScreen: Desc: Best in Show.mpg
08/22/09 15:44:05 CobraRenderer$3: ParentPanelPref:java.awt.Dimension[width=1116,height=293]
08/22/09 15:44:06 FFmpegExeVideoModule: FFmpegCmd: C:\Program Files\streambaby\native\ffmpeg.exe -ss 0 -i G:\My Videos\Best in Show\Best in Show.mpg -s 352x288 -qscale 24 -r 1 -f mjpeg -v 0 tcp://127.0.0.1:8500
08/22/09 15:44:06 PreviewWindow: pWidth: 1280
08/22/09 15:44:06 PreviewWindow: preview parent=BView[#2499,bounds=0,0,1280x720]
08/22/09 15:44:06 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:44:06 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:44:06 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:06 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:44:06 ViewScreen: goto position: 0, vidlen: 6301362
08/22/09 15:44:06 ViewScreen: Position not in buffer, starting new stream
08/22/09 15:44:06 ViewScreen: Openening stream at position: 0(0 secs)
08/22/09 15:44:06 VideoModuleHelper: quality setting is above quality of video, streaming normally
08/22/09 15:44:06 MpegStreamingModule$1: MpegStartTS:Timestamp: 1.5174667, filePos: 9435
08/22/09 15:44:06 MpegStreamingModule$1: MpegEndTS:Timestamp: 6302.3623, filePos: 2007068161
08/22/09 15:44:06 NamedStream: Registering named stream: a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:44:07 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:44:07 Listener: path=/streambaby/a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:44:07 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:44:07 Listener: 192.168.1.105 a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:44:07 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:44:07 NamedStream: Getting mapped stream for named stream: a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:44:07 NamedStream: Getting mapped stream for named stream: a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar_shuttle_top.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar_shuttle_bottom.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar_marker.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar_tick.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=com/tivo/hme/bananas/images720/shuttlebar_mode_play.png
08/22/09 15:44:18 NewStatusBar: state=true
08/22/09 15:44:24 NewStatusBar: state=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 ViewScreen: code=4 rawcode=17367556
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg value=352101
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg value=352101applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: key=mpos:file:/G:/My%20Videos/Best%20in%20Show/Best%20in%20Show.mpg applicationId=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream applicationGlobal=false
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: applicationIdStr=com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 HostContext: compKey=6520001805E63B4-and-com.unwiredappeal.tivo.streambaby.StreamBabyStream
08/22/09 15:50:11 NewStatusBar: 
08/22/09 15:50:12 NamedStream: DeRegistering named stream: a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream
08/22/09 15:50:12 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:50:12 Listener: 192.168.1.105 I/O Exception handling  HTTP GET a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream: Software caused connection abort: socket write error
08/22/09 15:50:12 Listener: ctx=HttpRequest /streambaby/a9ba5086-84cb-4a4c-b32c-63b53e5cab37.stream t=java.net.SocketException: Software caused connection abort: recv failed
08/22/09 15:50:15 ButtonScreen: action=pop
08/22/09 15:50:15 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=Best in Show
08/22/09 15:50:18 SelectionScreen: action=pop
08/22/09 15:50:18 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=Best in Show
08/22/09 15:50:19 SelectionScreen: action=pop
08/22/09 15:50:19 SelectionScreen: focusOn entry=My Videos
08/22/09 15:50:20 SelectionScreen: action=pop
08/22/09 15:50:20 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:50:20 Listener: connection to receiver closed
08/22/09 15:50:20 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:50:20 Factory: HME receiver disconnected
08/22/09 15:50:23 Listener: http=HttpRequest /streambaby/icon.png
08/22/09 15:50:23 Listener: path=/streambaby/icon.png uri=/streambaby/
08/22/09 15:50:23 Listener: 
08/22/09 15:50:23 Listener: 192.168.1.105 icon.png HTTP GET - to factory /streambaby/
08/22/09 15:50:23 StreamBabyStream$StreamBabyStreamFactory: uri=icon.png
08/22/09 15:51:28 ShutdownHook: Cleaning up...
08/22/09 15:51:29 ZipGeneratingPreview$GenThread: Saving partial preview: C:\Program Files\streambaby\cache\Best in Show.mpg-2007082853-d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e.pvw.partial
08/22/09 15:51:29 SocketProcessInputStream: Destroying running process...


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