[mythtv-users] Playing Perfect Ripped DVD: AV problem
boehm100 at comcast.net
Mon Jan 1 22:08:45 UTC 2007
I found it. I can change the app file type association under file type.
I would still like to use the internal player if anyone has hints for
fixing my issue of choppy audio and video.
On Jan 1, 2007, at 1:24 PM, Jon Boehm wrote:
> Another interesting tidbit. So I played with Utilities/Setup->Setup-
>> Media Settings->Video Settings->Player Settings->Default Player.
> I changes it to Internal -- No change
> I changed it to gxine %s -- No change but when I went to try a
> different vid file, a divx file I think, gxine loaded for the first
> time???? Why didn't myth load gxine when I was playing the ripped
> So Myth will only use the Internal player for ripped dvds. Is this
> normal? Are there knobs for the internal player to get it to smooth
> out the playback?
> On Jan 1, 2007, at 12:04 PM, Jon Boehm wrote:
>> I might have another clue. When I fast forward I get choppy audio.
>> Should there be sound while I'm fastforwarding?
>> On Jan 1, 2007, at 1:35 AM, Jon Boehm wrote:
>>> I ripped a few DVD in Perfect mode. When I play them back the audio
>>> and video gets choppy. Rewinding or even pausing seems to even it
>>> out but its very annoying. There does not seem to be stress on the
>>> CPU during these events.
>>> I'm using Digital Audio.
>>> Here is my mplayer line:
>>> mplayer -fs -ao alsa -afm hwac3 -zoom -quiet -vo xv %s
>>> This is under Ubuntu Edgy with Myth 0.20.20060828-3
>>> Anybody know what I need to do to clean up the playback?
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