[mythtv-users] IRQ 15 shared by integrated audio and PVR350?
ijr at po.cwru.edu
Wed Sep 1 04:10:30 EDT 2004
On Wednesday 01 September 2004 03:56 am, Niklas Brunlid wrote:
> On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 13:55:50 -0400, Michael T. Dean
> <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> > On 08/31/2004 04:06 AM, Niklas Brunlid wrote:
> >> I recently added a PVR250 to my existing Pundit+PVR350 system, and I
> >> seem to be getting crackling audio on recordings
> > Under your playback settings for TV:
> > Extra audio buffering:
> > This attempts to keep extra audio data in the internal buffers. Try
> > setting this if you're getting crackly audio. (Not used for software
> > encoded video.)
> > or, the improved description from CVS:
> > Enable this setting if MythTV is playing "crackly" audio and you are
> > using hardware encoding. This setting will have no effect on MPEG-4 or
> > RTJPEG video. MythTV will keep extra audio data in its internal buffers
> > to workaround this bug.
> > Mike
> Yup, I tried that. Seemed to help the first time I tried it (when both
> cards where recording and the 350 was decoding), but now I still get the
> crackling audio (no recording going on). I haven't tracked down if it's
> only recordings from the 250 that have bad audio, or the 350, or just the
> Do you have to turn on/off any other settings under playback settings?
If you're using the 350 for playback, no playback settings change anything.
What you see is produced by the card, and can not be altered by Myth in any
way. Basically, if you're getting bad audio, it's the driver/firmware's
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