christianh at pdd.edmi.com.au
Wed Nov 12 05:59:21 EST 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org
> [mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Edward Wildgoose
> Sent: Wednesday, 12 November 2003 8:48 PM
> To: Development of mythtv
> Subject: RE: [mythtv] DVB
> > > > It certainly seems to be a myth specific problem, before I
> > > switched my main
> > > > myth machine to DVB I set up a test machine with cpu, sound
> > > card, etc and
> > > > had the same problem, and playing files recorded from
> these channels in
> > > > mplayer the sync is perfect.
> > >
> > > I think if you play back the .nuv file that myth records then
> > > this will be perfect as well? The issue I suspect is that the
> > > player is not happy with the recorded streams having
> missing timestamps.
> > No, playing recordings in myth has the bad sound
> synchronisation too. I
> > don't actually watch live tv on myth that much anyway, most
> of what I'm
> > reporting with the sound synch problems is experience from watching
> > recordings.
> Yes, sorry I missed out a word. I meant to say if you play
> it back "in mplayer" then it will sound ok.
This is what I am also seeing. Playback under mplayer (or mediaplayer in
windows for that matter) and audio sync is fine. Under Myth, some
channels are just OK (but still not perfect) and some are quite bad - up
to a second out.
I also find that I only get stuttering problems when watching live TV.
Watching a recording is always fine for some reason even if I have
caught right up to real time - which should be essentially identical to
I don't have the time to delve into it but if there's anything I can
try, just ask...
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