Now that Infuse is an annual subscription it would be really nice if you could fix the problem with reading the mpg files that live within the eyetv file package.
In Australia there are two types of mpg file within the package (information obtained with MplayerX)
MPG2, 720×576, 25.0fps
MPEG-1/2, 256.0kbps, 48.0kHz 32bit, 2 channels
H264, 1920×1080, 50.0fps
AC-3, 448.0kbps, 48.0kHz 32bit, 2 channels
Now you can export each of these files to an mpeg and mp4 file without transcoding and the exported files work perfectly
You can navigate to the mpg files in the package with Infuse but you can’t consistently play them (nor can any other TVos video app e.g. Air video HD, Nastify which I have tried nor any I could find on the “web”. I don’t want to have to manually export each file just to play it on my TV.
Often when it tries to play the duration appears to be way in excess of the actual file length. it is my suspicion that the issue is the header information is done in a non-standard way that misleads the application tried to decode and play it or perhaps the information in the other small files within the package is critical?
I would have thought that the ability to do this would be a good selling point and I suspect (in a typical non-programmers view) perhaps not that difficult to resolve.
Do you think it is possible to look into this. Happy to do some short recordings and send the files to you.