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Old 31st March 2003, 23:40   #1  |  Link
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MPEG2DEC3 v 1.0.1

There was a bug fix in MPEG2DEC3 that had already been applied to MPEG2DEC2 after the sources diverged. This affected HDTV stream processing only, and only when there were multiple program streams.

I've contacted Marc FD about it but in the mean time anyone having HDTV problems with MPEG2DEC3 may wish to download v 1.0.1 from my site at www.trbarry.com/MPEG2DEC3.zip .

I posted this here as it applies only to HDTV streams.

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Thank you thank you thank you! This fixed my problem with an ABC affiliate, who somehow has the PIDs listed in reverse order with the radar subchanel as primary. It now decodes properly.

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@trbarry

Your help may be needed here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...352#post311352

Nic fixed a memory bug but changes on your version seem not documented.

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"Nic fixed a memory bug but changes on your version seem not documented."

I took a brief look at the source and Nic's seems to contain my fix above. So if there aren't any other problems I'd recommend using his, from that thread.

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