[mythtv-users] Video Jerky on a Epic Via Sp8000 board
torbjorn.jansson at gmail.com
Mon May 4 18:03:38 UTC 2009
have you disabled pulse audio?
fedora installs pulse audio in a way that makes alsa use pulse audio
instead if i'm not mistaken and mythtv have issues with pulse audio.
yum erase alsa-plugins-pulseaudio
and see if that helps.
2009/5/4 Peter Holmes <pholmes at india.com>:
> I was wondering if anyone has already fixed this problem.
> I have a Epic Via SP8000 (uses the unichrome pro video chipset) as a frontend running under fedora 10. I have configured the playback to use 'via-xvmc'.
> When I boot the system and play a SD (720x576) recording it is very jerky.
> However, I have found that if I exit mythfrontend, close down kde (using 'init 3') and then restart kde (using 'init 5') it will work fine.
> I don't believe this is a myth problem but more about the fc10 bootup order.
> All advise on this problem is welcomed.
> P. Holmes
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