[mythtv-users] HDTV playback woes
james at thearmstrongs.org
Tue Oct 12 13:07:02 UTC 2004
Doug Larrick wrote:
> James Armstrong wrote:
>> I am having a problem I can't seem to figure out. For the last month
>> or so I have not been able to watch most of my hd recordings. I have
>> been running the latest cvs versions as they come out. I don't know
>> if it is a recording issue with patches or a playback issue.
> Those are some pretty messed up messages. Something's seriously wrong
> here, all right.
I started mythcommflag with the --rebuild --force option to rebuild the
index table of the recording lastnight. It is still running as of 9am. I
think I will restart it with verbose so I can see why it has not
> If you copy (part of) a recording directly to somewhere on your
> frontend, can you play it with the 'mythtv' command? mplayer?
I will try this tonight. I watched Two and a Half Men lastnight from CBS
and it worked great. I don't really see the problems unless there is a
burst of noise in the recording.
> You snipped out the line that says what video sync method you're
> using. OpenGL? RTC? usleep w/ busy wait?
It was usleep as of yesterday. Lastnight I fixed it to use RTC after
looking at the logs. I haven't tried to watch the video again.
> You do have 'extra audio buffering' enabled, right?
> What's the ALSA version on your frontend, and the one you're building
> against? Go through the past month or so of the -dev list for
>> Backend is Athlon 2000, FC2 with pchdtv patches running v.16 cvs
>> Frontend is P4 3G 1Meg cache HT, FC1, NVidia 5200
> What kind of network connects them?
100mb Full Duplex
> Any errors in your database (with mysqlcheck)?
Database checked out ok.
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