[mythtv-users] epia M10K:via xvmc artifacts and swsusp2
chris.rouch at gmail.com
Fri May 12 07:45:29 EDT 2006
On 5/11/06, Jake Thompson <jake at jakethompson.com> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> I have a MII1000, same board, just wtih a pcmcia slot.
> I have not seen the problem with artifacts on the bottom of the screen.
> Is this when you are playing MPEG2, or MPEG4 or something else.
MPEG2. AFAIK xvmc doesn't work with anything else.
Currently playback of MPEG2 is still suspect at best for me, I get
> choppyness and some streaking on panning shots.
> However MPEG4, aka DVDs and Rips are playing beutifully with nothing
> noticably wrong with the picture.
> I am using FC5 with the openchrome drivers from washington.kelkoo.net, I
> have also used self compiled openchrome and DRI.
> I have not tried to use the suspend feature.
> On 5/11/06, Chris Rouch <chris.rouch at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a via epia M10K. I have via xvmc selected in the playback
> > options. I usually playback at greater than normal speed (usually
> > 1.15). When I do this I get artifacts in the bottom half of the screen
> > at random intervals. I originally thought these were just random
> > blocks, but I now think they might be a stray previous frame. They
> > appear and disappear very quickly and are not predictable, so I don't
> > have a screen shot, but they always happen within 5 minutes of
> > watching.
> > I'm using the X rpm from atrpms which I believe contrain the
> > openchrome drivers. myth is atrpms version 0.19-126 (0-19 fixes from a
> > couple of weeks ago).
> > Has anyone seen this? Anyone know if it's a configuration problem or a
> > myth or openchrome bug?
> > Another issue I have is if I try to use a swsusp2 kernel. Under normal
> > use everything is fine, but if I use the suspend feature (using
> > hibernate) the system resumes normally, but as soon as I try to watch
> > a recording the whole system hangs (with nothing in the log files),
> > requiring a hard reboot.
> > Does anyone have suspend working on an M10K (with this kernel or any
> > other way) ? If so could you say what you had to do?
> > Thanks and regards,
> > Chris
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