[mythtv] Ticket # 1043: Internal DVD Menu Support
John P Poet
jppoet at gmail.com
Thu Feb 2 02:30:53 UTC 2006
On 2/1/06, stanley kamithi <skamithi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello John,
> Try the latest patch. See if the CPU utilization issue reduced enough for
> you to manipulate the buttons. It reduced for me , to navigate the menu, on
> the star trek dvd that had a similiar problem.
> You may still see the "AddAudioData():p1: Audio buffer overflow, audio data
> lost!" messages,CPU is about 40% cause of that on my system (Pentium3), (i
> I'm not sure how to completely solve this issue. The problem is that in a
> dvd cell , it is streaming, the timecode for the video frames doesn't
> change, but the audio timecode does ...not sure how to make this work right.
Your latest patch is an improvement. Now when I try and play "Pirates
of the Caribbean", hard drive activity is 1 second on followed by 2
seconds off, repeat. Still will not play the movie, but at least now
I can get control back and actually kill mythfrontend, instead of
hard-resetting the machine. Before I killed the mythfrontend, I
noticed it was at 99% CPU usage.
I popped in Star Trek Insurrection, and it played just fine.
Something about Pirates causes it to go nuts, however.
I have not tried it yet, but I am curious if this can be used to play ISO files?
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