[mythtv] XvMC VLD extension (beginnings of fix)
masterclc at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 06:20:33 UTC 2006
> >> Haven't had a chance yet, but can you tell me where and how to apply
> >> this patch? I'm not home yet, but will be later this evening and
> >> would like to roll it in to see the progress and give feedback.
> >> Thanks!
> >> -Chad
> > The latest SVN should work, and the patch should be applied in the
> > mythtv/libs/libmythtv directory. I should have run the patch from the
> > SVN root, sorry for the confusion.
> > mike
> The stuttering you are seeing sound like the same problem I am seeing
> and trying to track down.
> See the thread "[mythtv] XvMC VLD Decoding stuttering problems on some
I'm trying to build a "test bed" for this using the latest SVN,
however I'm hitting a few brick walls. I've got a 'farm' of mythtv
equipment all running 0.20. My main backend is not a unichrome
system, so isolating 1 machine to upgrade/patch is not easy. I
created a network booting setup for one of the unichrome machines and
find that easy to backup/restore things from, but I am not sure how to
replicate the required entries into the database to carry over 2 to 4
HD recordings to the test system and have it recognize them as a
standalone setup. Any hints? If I haven't painted a clear picture:
I have 1 system with all my 'recordings' on it. My frontend only
system is a unichrome and I've got other unichrome's available (all
unichrome Pro systems). How do I replicate the parts of the database
(or rather, which parts of the database should I be replicating on the
other system) on a completely seperated system running SVN
(MYTH_PROTO_VERSIONS is one reason I can't just upgrade 1 system and
'test') to have it function as a standalone backend/frontend machine
with 2 or 3 high def clips to playback as test clips?
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