Grabbed entire 1h tapes end to end without a single frame lost. Comment 8 Stefan Richter I have a few things I want to try on my Via controllers, but of course, the VT is working just fine in the box I threw it in here at home for poking over the weekend. I will try a similar event handler for firewire-ohci and test it with my VT card. Comment 29 Robin Theander
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Comment 28 Cia Ricker Comment 24 Stefan Richter Comment 3 Stefan Richter Comment 20 Jarod Wilson No progress to report on Via controllers at the moment.
I don’t know what chipset the Soundblaster Audigy has.
One is on the motherboard, the other is a 3 port PCI card that I had laying around. The Google index contains only few mentions of “isochronous cycle too long”, but that’s because kernels before 2.
When dvgrab is first invoked, there are a bunch of packets queued up, including three that have their IRQ bit set. But if your camera is failing with the Via controllers, the Audigy controller and the TI controller, then there’s something else going on too.
VIA VT | Via VT 4 Port Pci FireWire Card
Comment 29 Robin Theander The chip was previously a year ago in ohci 1. Grabbing performance was not consistent, though.
I typically can capture for slightly longer with test-dv from libiecutils, but it usually ends up hanging as well. Hmm, the controller could have mistaken two isochronous packets for one, or the firewide could have wrongly sent two packets as one, I don’t know With other OHCI 1.
It is Fedora’s policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained.
– [firewire] Via VT and VT FireWire controllers unable to capture video
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Firewiree the following configuration: Old FC6 with old stack: Comment 10 Jarod Wilson Comment 14 Stefan Richter Comment 23 Robin Theander I suspect that the front panel may not be properly connected to the card.
No, that’s either immutable or wired up in firewrie card’s EEPROM which could only be changed by a special reprogramming tool. Comment 5 Robin Theander I tried again under windows. Although we aim to fix as many bugs as possible during every release’s lifetime, sometimes those efforts are overtaken by events.
Comment 15 Jarod Wilson Only thing I saw was sporadic: We still have to fix a permissions issue Comment 13 Stefan Richter