[mythtv-users] Audio stuttering during 1080p playback
gislio at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 18:04:25 UTC 2008
I have found that not all players are created equal in this regard. This is
one area where Totem (gstreamer) and Xine are definitely better than
I have an Athlon64x2 3800+ and I have experimented a bit with multithread
settings in Mplayer but I have not gotten anywhere.
On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 1:12 PM, Zern <mythtv at zernable.net> wrote:
> I'll have to try forcing it down to stereo to see if I get the same
> result as you. I forgot to mention in my previous post, but I do
> experience the same stuttering using mplayer as well.
> Blammo wrote:
> > On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 1:19 PM, Zern <mythtv at zernable.net> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I'm trying to diagnose a problem I'm having with bad audio stutter. I'm
> >> trying to play a mkv file containing H264 video at 1080P and with DTS
> >> audio. I'm using ffmpeg and xv-blit renderer with spdif passthrough.
> >> also running a recent SVN version.
> >> The video plays beautifully and is perfectly smooth, however the audio
> >> it horribly stuttered. Anything else, both HD and SD plays fine, except
> >> for files with this specific encoding (I've tried 2 files).
> > I have the same problem. I've thrown RAM, processor, motherboard, etc,
> > at the problem, all to no avail. I discovered one other thing, at
> > least for me.. if I force it to stereo-2-channel, it doesn't stutter.
> > Either way, I'm running about 35% CPU usage on a 3.2g dual-core box
> > with tons of ram..
> > I _think_ it's a bug in FFMPEG, but it happens with ffmpeg, xine, and
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