[mythtv-users] Might seem like a dumb question but have to ask
peloy at chapus.net
Thu Feb 25 16:30:15 UTC 2010
On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 09:59:13AM -0600, Brent Bolin wrote:
> Thanks for your quick reply.
> I have (3) ZOTAC IONITX-A-U Atom N330 1.6GHz Dual-Core Mini ITX Intel
> Motherboard front ends.
> The best playback for OTA HD recordings I use is "High Quality"(no
> vdpau). I have tried the stock vdpau(slim, normal, high quality) with
> bad results. Also tried some custom playbacks with the same result.
> Jerky, slow motion, pixelation etc...
> The CPU runs about 30% usage with this. The playback is very good.
Very good? I assume you mean "very bad", right?
> I have just noticed when playing ripped DVD's it works fine. Even
> using vdpau high quality. CPU usage goes down to less then 5%.
> So I'm beginning to think something else isn't configured correct for
> recording OTA HD.
So playing a ripped DVD works great but playing an OTA HD recording has
"Jerky, slow motion, pixelation etc..." issues, right?
> The OTA recordings are very large.
> Here is the file size of the David Letterman show -
What happens if you play this file with mplayer? Can you run the "file"
command on this file?
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