[mythtv-users] audio issue using Internal player
allen.p.edwards at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 14:56:14 UTC 2009
On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 12:37 AM, Marius Schrecker <marius at schrecker.org>wrote:
> I wrote to the list a while back about a motorboating noise I sometimes
> get. At the time I hadn't isolated when it happens, and couldn't stop the
> behaviour without a complete cold reboot (unloading modules doesn't help).
> I use digital passthrough with my onboard Nforce4.
> The problem occurs when I abruptly end playback from the internal player,
> it's as if the audio stream isn't correctly ended and the audio hardware
> goes into a feedback loop. Using mplayer or xine, I don't have this issue,
> so they must have a mechanism for rounding off the audio stream.I also
> notice that the clicks and pops when I chance audio codec or format are
> much, much queiter in mplayer and xine than using Internal.
> The solution to the problem is also much simpler than I thought. I just
> have to feed the sound system a new stream, and the loop stops.
> Does anyone know if this is a known issue?
> Can I end every playback from Internal by playing a short, empty audio
> stream? If so, how?
I have this happen occasionally. I can't remember what I do to stop it but
maybe it is just turn off the TV. I do not know if this is a known issue
and I have a little old version of Myth, Mythbuntu 8.04 LTS. I have done
only a few updates and only to solve a specific problem. If you find out
there is an update to fix this please post in this thread.
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