[mythtv-users] Audio buffer under run possible problem

James Telfer jameswtelfer at googlemail.com
Tue Sep 4 22:16:14 UTC 2007

Hmm, ok, but I get this with a number of different DVDs that I have, all
with the same results.  Is there any way of telling what the sample rate is
coming off of the DVD?

On 04/09/07, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 09/04/2007 05:10 PM, James Telfer wrote:
> > I'm running mythtv on a Via EPIA MII board, and am having issues with
> > AC3/DTS passthrough via the coaxial output.  I can set the output
> > device to ALSA:spdif and enable the pasthrough options, but I get very
> > broken sound at the receiver, which constantly loses then regains lock
> > to the incoming stream.  When running from a console I noticed myth
> > was outputting error messages about audio buffer under runs, is this
> > likely to cause the observed behaviour?  If so what is likely to fix
> > the problem?
> Sounds like you may have a 32kHz AC-3 stream and a sound card that can't
> handle such (almost all sounds cards can only handle 48kHz AC-3).
> Mike
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