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dtvrecorder: Flush the payload buffer whenever a new payload starts.
We start buffering at the beginning of each payload, and don't write out the data until we know if this payload has a keyframe. This is so a new file (for back to back recordings) would start on a keyframe. Further, the keyframe offset recorded in the DB, is the offset to the beginning of the payload with the keyframe. Or at least it was supposed to be. Since we were not actually flushing any data currently in the buffer at the start of a payload, that offset could be pointing to a completely different payload! (cherry picked from commit 09b7873) (cherry picked from commit 10e87f5)
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