[mythtv-users] CPU not enough to drive 1080P? Core2duo
mark at onnow.net
Thu Feb 7 14:45:38 UTC 2008
I am running SATA drives, TOP show mythfrontend at 23% load, and no I/
I still have jerky video and sound, but only on SD live TV and not HD.
Ideas on why?
This is the last thing to get this full working.
On 7-Feb-08, at 7:30 AM, Phil Bridges wrote:
> On Feb 7, 2008 8:58 AM, Steve Curtis <scurtis at fixation.net> wrote:
>> On 06/02/2008, Mark Hutchinson <mark at onnow.net> wrote:
>>> On 5-Feb-08, at 7:18 PM, Michael Rice wrote:
>>>> Load "extmod"
>>> This fixed my HD.
>>> Now my SD is still jerky.
>> Just FYI - I also built my myth machine with an 8600 and planned on
>> XvMC. I'm afraid it will never work - the latest Nvidia drivers
>> support XvMC with 8xxx cards. If you google around you will find
>> confirmation on the Nvidia site somewhere.
>> I "downgraded" my machine to a 7600 and now XvMC does work. I
>> think I read
>> somewhere that Nvidia have no plans at present to support XvMC in
>> the 8xxx
>> series for the foreseeable future.
>> My CPU is an AMD 6400 - I'm connected to a 1080p display, I don't
>> have HD tv
>> tuners so can't comment on MythTV but my mplayer still can't
>> process 1080p.
>> I'm really confused why as my CPU is not topping out when looking
>> at "top" -
>> and I've used all manner of mplayer configurations yet I still get
>> Something is bottle necking my system - and I just can't figure
>> where it is!
>> Highly frustrating as the picture looks gorgeous - but the slight
>> ruins the overall experience!
>> Any thoughts on that much appreciated!
> Is DMA enabled on your hard drives / optical drives? Maybe the
> bottleneck is there.
> mythtv-users mailing list
> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
More information about the mythtv-users