[mythtv-users] Xvmc and nVidia cards
MythTV at assuredsolutions.com
Tue May 1 17:55:32 UTC 2007
I did this and it my CPU utilization went down to about 40% on HD
streams. The video actually looks really great in high action.
Unfortunately, the sound has a break / hick-up / studder every 1.5 to
2 seconds. (When you're watching American Idol, this can be a bit
annoying.) The studder only occurs while XvMC is on. If I turn XvMC
off, the sound problem goes away but my CPU goes back up and action
has some problems.
Following the thread:
I have tried turned on/off "Extra audio buffering" on the first page
of General playback options but that didn't make a difference.
Daniel, in the above mentioned thread, actually recommends not using
XvMC with HD streams. Is that the general consensus?
Does anyone else have a suggestion for me?
On Apr 23, 2007, at 4:41 PM, Geoff Mishkin wrote:
> Try putting the text:
> in /etc/X11/XvMCConfig
> --Geoff Mishkin <gmishkin at bu.edu>
> John Overchuk wrote:
>> I can't seem to get my nVidia 6200 to work with xvmc under Ubuntu
>> 7.04. I compiled myth with the following options:
>> --enable-proc-opt --enable-xvmc
>> Are there any other parameters I need? I get Standard Xvmc as an
>> option in
>> the playback settings, but it doesn't actually use it. Is there a
>> setting I need in my xorg.conf?
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