[mythtv] Jerky video & prebuffering pause messages with MergedFB multi-screen setup
Matthias at thyroff.net
Wed Jun 7 19:02:33 UTC 2006
does this always happen or only if you watch live tv? (I just posted a problem
with jerky video, but just in live tv).
Am Mittwoch, 7. Juni 2006 19:27 schrieb Gee, David:
> 1) Fair point, but there didn't seem to be a whole lot of knowledge on
> the subject on the users lists so I thought the devs might be worth a try
> 2) Quite possible, but if I play /dev/video directly using mplayer it
> plays without jerking leading me to believe that the culprit is mythtv
> 3) Will give it a try
> 4) Nope, combined front+backend. I'm using the standard decoding but I
> did give XVMC a go, didn't seem to make any difference at all
> Nigel Pearson wrote:
> >> This never used to happen when I was running in single head mode
> >> and I'm not quite sure what to do to fix it so I'd appreciate some
> >> suggestions.
> > 1) Not really a question for the developers list :-(
> > 2) There is only so much bandwidth in a PC,
> > and I suspect mergedFB is using a lot of it.
> > Have you tried lower frame rates or resolutions?
> > 3) Ditto for deinterlacing.
> > Try disabling, and note any improvement.
> > 4) Is this a standalone frontend? Or combined?
> > Are you using XVMC?
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