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[IMPROVEMENT] Add TV Samples to README #1129

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sampoder commented Dec 2, 2019

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For people new to the software it can be a challenge to use it for the first time. By adding this to the README they can see the file formats supported and how the software works without having to search for their own file. This will be especially helpful to the many new GCI students who likely don't have much experience in the TV industry but want to learn how the software works.

For people new to the software it can be a challenge to use it for the first time. By adding this to the README they can see the file formats supported and how the software works without having to search for their own file. This will be especially helpful to the many new GCI students who likely don't have much experience in the TV industry but want to learn how the software works.
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ccextractor-bot commented Dec 2, 2019

CCExtractor CI platform finished running the test files on linux. Below is a summary of the test results:

Report Name Tests Passed
Broken 13/13
DVB 5/7
DVR-MS 2/2
General 27/27
Hauppage 3/3
MP4 3/3
NoCC 10/10
Teletext 21/21
WTV 13/13
XDS 33/34
CEA-708 14/14
DVD 3/3
Options 81/86

It seems that not all tests were passed completely. This is an indication that the output of some files is not as expected (but might be according to you).

Your PR breaks these cases:


Check the result page for more info.
@canihavesomecoffee canihavesomecoffee merged commit ee3418c into CCExtractor:master Dec 2, 2019
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ccextractor-bot commented Dec 2, 2019

CCExtractor CI platform finished running the test files on windows. Below is a summary of the test results:

Report Name Tests Passed
Broken 13/13
DVB 4/7
DVR-MS 2/2
General 27/27
Hauppage 3/3
MP4 3/3
NoCC 10/10
Teletext 21/21
WTV 13/13
XDS 34/34
CEA-708 14/14
DVD 3/3
Options 81/86

It seems that not all tests were passed completely. This is an indication that the output of some files is not as expected (but might be according to you).

Your PR breaks these cases:


Check the result page for more info.
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