[mythtv-users] Stutter issues with HDTV
homepagez at lycos.com
Tue Aug 17 16:28:54 EDT 2004
I've got ARCH set as pentium4 - so I don't believe that's the issue. And yes you are correct - a world of difference when not set to pentium4.
Also - I do a nice --adjust=-5 or something when I start the frontend - so I believe that's ok.
I'm thinking 2.6G is just not fast enough. I believe the note on having a 2.8 or greater is correct - it seems I'm on the threshold of it working.
Thanks for the info,
----- Original Message -----
From: "john roberts" <homepagez at lycos.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 12:54:03 -0500
To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
Subject: [mythtv-users] Stutter issues with HDTV
> Hi - me again - the HDTV stutter guy. :)
> The only way I've been able to get my HDTV 1080i content not to stutter is with using XvMC enabled. Ane I've confirmed the quality of the picture is less then "software" enabled de-interlacing support.
> So - I'm thinking of buying a new CPU and I'm wondering what speed I should get.
> I currently have a 2.6G P4 HT 800 FSB. I've heard from others (Wendy on the list) who has had stutter issues with a 3.0 P4 HT.
> Do I need to go to 3.2G? Is this not a CPU issue? I've had this HDTV stutter issue with 0.15.1 and the latest (as of 8/16/04) CVS tree.
> Any thoughts before I go my a new processor? I'm not crazy about the idea of doing so - the darn things are expensive. I thought by getting a FX5500 (which would do XvMC) I wouldn't have had to do this.
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