[mythtv-users] Re: Jerky Video after transcode MPEG2->MPEG4

Mike Harris mike_harris at myrealbox.com
Fri Jul 1 07:56:16 EDT 2005


I did not specify libmpeg2 on the configure command line, so I guess I 
am not using it. Here is the ./configure output:

Warning: DVB location points into kernel (ok if kernel >= 2.6.11)
# Basic Settings
Compile type     release
Compiler cache   no
DistCC           no
Install prefix   /usr/local
CPU              x86 (model name        : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz)
Big Endian       no
MMX enabled      yes
Vector Builtins  no

# Input Support
Joystick menu    yes
lirc support     yes
ivtv support     yes
FireWire support no
DVB support      yes [/home/harmic/Build/kernel/linux-2.6.6/include/]

# Sound Output Support
OSS support      yes
ALSA support     no
aRts support     no
JACK support     no

# Video Output Support
x11 support      yes
xrandr support   yes
xv support       yes
XvMC support     no
XvMC VLD support no
OpenGL vsync     no

Creating config.mak and config.h

// Mike

Joseph A. Caputo wrote:

>On Wednesday 29 June 2005 7:58, Mike Harris wrote:
>>Hi Devan,
>>It is a P4 2.8Ghz. It barely breaks out a sweat, the CPU fan does not 
>>come on.
>>Also, sureley transcoding should just take longer rather than dropping 
>>frames if CPU speed were an issue? It is not as if it has to keep up 
>>with broadcast.
>>And what's more, I did not have this problem with 0.17.
>Just out of curiosity, do you have libmpeg2 decoding enabled?  If so, 
>what result do you get if you turn off libmpeg2?
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