[mythtv-users] I must be cursed with stuttering problems
homepagez at lycos.com
Sat Oct 9 03:03:20 UTC 2004
Thanks everyone for the great ideas. I had updated KDE so I did go ahead and re-install/build the nVidia-6111 driver.
I also tried the Audio bummer option. Still no luck. Same behavior.
This is a P3 1G box - and it does seem the CPU is VERY busy - near 100% (X and mythfrontend being the 2 CPU %'s).
One item I did forget to mention - I recently bought the MX440 and I just installed it the other day. Even though I had stutter issues on ATSC content with the older nVidia card I could hit "p"ause during playback and it would go away after un-pausing. I can no longer get it to stop stuttering even after pausing.
BTW - it does this on live playback AND while watching a recording.
It does not have this issue while watching videos (nfs mount of the backend).
Any more ideas?
Thanks again for all the ideas so far,
----- Original Message -----
From: Jarod Wilson <jcw at wilsonet.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 2004 10:44:47 -0700
To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] I must be cursed with stuttering problems
> On Thursday 07 October 2004 04:14, john roberts wrote:
> > Doh! I forgot to mention some important info. Sorry.
> Ah yes, now this makes much more sense. :-)
> > The backend is a P2.6 HT with two cards:
> > - pcHDTV
> > - PVR-250
> > The stutter is coming from watching NTSC content on the PVR-250.
> > Sorry about that - clearly you can't watch ATSC content on a P3-1G.
> > Any idea why I would get stutter on this box watching NTSC content?
> Try that extra audio buffering option, as John K. suggested, but you might
> also look at your alsa version. 1.0.6 has been causing stutter issues for a
> fair number of folks (though primarily in the HD realm).
> Also, if you have OpenGL sync enabled in your Myth build, the nvidia driver
> installed from their own shell script, and have recently upgraded X, your cpu
> may be getting pegged. The nVidia libGL gets replaced by the MESA libGL in
> some cases, meaning you'd be doing all this OpenGL stuff in software. Just
> something to check out. Re-running nVidia's installer script should fix the
> problem, if that is indeed what's going on.
> Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
> jcw at wilsonet.com
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