[mythtv] HD-3000 and changes from 18.1 to SVN
freeman at andrews.edu
Mon Oct 17 23:05:44 UTC 2005
I have had the same problem... xine plays the files fine without the "stutter" but both livetv and recordings stutter like mad.
I am using a AMD Athlon XP 2800 overclocked as a 3200
pcHDTV2000 card with stock kernel DVB drivers
Debian with kernel.org 2.6.13 kernel
GeForce4 MX 440 8X AGP w/NVidia 7676 drivers using XVMC
I never tried the 18 releases but it worked prior to 18 and has been broken for quite a few months now... I could view with xine and no one else had mentioned the problem so it got back burnered.
Thanks for mentioning it so I could add my 'ME TOO!' :}
On Mon, Oct 17, 2005 at 04:47:16PM -0600, Chris Dos wrote:
> After talking with some people on the IRC, they suggested that I post my
> message to the developer list since something has changed in the way the
> DVB code handles buffers.
> Here is the post that I sent to the Users list:
> I have a HD-3000 card that I got working using the 18.1 Debian packages.
> However, upgrading to SVN resulted in the frontend spewing "A/V diverged by
> <dropped frames number here (usually around 3-5 frames)> frames, extending
> frame to keep audio in sync" in
> it's logs.
> I guess I need to layout my system and what I've found out so far.
> Relevant System Componets:
> Debian Sid
> AMD Sempron 64 1600+, overclocked to 2.0 ghz from 1.6 (lot of head room in
> chip, I read someone getting 2.6 ghz out of it)
> 512 MB PC2100 memory.
> 7200 RPM IDE 120 GB Drive.
> nVidia FX5200 DVI Card (Using XvMC, This outputs to my DLP HDTV)
> Kernel 2.6.13 using the DVB drivers for the HD-3000
> It took me a good three weeks to the HD-3000 card to work properly. I kept
> getting the "A/V diverged by 4.28889 frames, extending frame to keep audio
> sync" errors whenever I had the sound enabled on MythTV. Disable the sound
> 720p and 1080i would play flawlessly. Enabled sound, and the dropping
> would occur again.
> I tried a SB Live card and the on board VIA audio and still experienced the
> problems. Everything pointed to the sound card being the problem. I had
> tweaked just about every setting possible to solve the problem.
> Nothing worked, until I changed the DVB recording buffer options. MythTV
> defaults with 8192 for "Per PID driver buffer size" and "Packet buffer". I
> changed this to 16464 and HDVD played flawlessly (well, as good as XvMC and
> OSD can play nice together). So the problem doesn't appear to be sound
> related, just how much buffer was available to fit the signal.
> So now I upgraded to SVN on Friday, and the "A/V diverged" frames problem
> back up. Changing the "Per PID driver buffer size" and "Packet buffer" to
> high as 100000 and as low as 8192 made no difference.
> Does SVN no longer use the buffer settings?
> Any insight into finding out what this problem is would be greatly
> mythtv-dev mailing list
> mythtv-dev at mythtv.org
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