[mythtv-users] NVP: prebuffering pause -- what does it mean, really?
bmayland at leoninedev.com
Fri Mar 16 20:52:26 UTC 2007
Willy Boyd wrote:
> ASUS M2NPV-VM w/ NVIDIA 6150, using VGA @ 1360x768
> - bios 0303 I think
> - nvidia 9746 driver
> AMD 3800+ AM2
> 1GB DDR800
> 1 x PVR-250
> - ivtv 0.10.1
> Turtle Beach Audio Advantage Micro
> - snd_usb_audio from alsa 1.0.13
> - OR, onboard Intel HD Audio with snd-hda-intel from same alsa version
> MYTH (combined be/fe): 0.20.20070124-1, rev13016
I've had the very same problem ever since I upgraded my P4 system to
one using the same exact same MB, CPU and memory configuration except on
Ubuntu 6.04. I can tell you it has nothing to do with the video capture
portion as it happens when playing back recordings too. Like you said,
it is extremely hard to track down considering it happens so rarely. I
don't have the problem when playing back over an 802.11g wireless on my
laptop (a single core Dothan).
I've turned on -v playback on the frontend and all it tells me is
that "video is behind audio". It definitely isn't a heat problem. The
only thing I can think of is that there's a problem with either the dual
core, or power throttling, but I haven't had any time to play with it.
Something I've just thought of was to maybe disable XV and see if it
does it? (`export NO_XV=1` in a terminal before launching mythfrontend
in that terminal).
Let us know if you find something!
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