[mythtv-users] 2 second delay on video (and is there a way to get rid of it?)
jaw1959 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 17 19:42:19 UTC 2008
2 seconds is pretty good. Perhaps you should research just what mythtv is
doing to get the TV signal from the antenna to the display. I think once
you do, I think you'll be impressed that it can be done in 2 seconds.
You CAN get rid of the delay by hooking your antenna directly to your TV if
you like. :)
On Jan 17, 2008 2:29 PM, James Paige <jamesp at westcoastaerospace.com> wrote:
> Hi there. I recently set up mythtv via the mythbuntu packages using a
> PVF-350 tuner card.
> I connected it to my antennae, and was able to get local channels,
> although when I connected my old television and my mythtv box to the
> antennae simultaneously and tune them to the same channel, I noticed
> that the mythtv box was displaying with about a 2 second delay.
> I have searched around in the archives of this list, and understand that
> the delay is intentional, and necessary for recording and commercial
> flagging, correct?
> Next I attached a camera to my PVR-350's S-Video input. This displays,
> but it also has a 2 second delay. My goal is to have this camera in
> another building (connected by a high-speed cable) and if I a person
> standing in front of the camera calls me on the phone, I would like
> their mouth to sync up with their words.
> In the channel editor, I marked the camera's channel as being
> "Commercial Free", hoping that it would eliminate the delay, but it made
> no difference.
> So, does anybody know how I can git rid of (or at least minimize) this 2
> second delay?
> [my apologies if this reaches the list twice. it didn't seem to work the
> first time]
> James Paige
> West Coast Aerospace, Inc.
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> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
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