[mythtv-users] Zotac Ion VDPAU settings choices
jyavenard at gmail.com
Fri Nov 13 15:43:01 UTC 2009
2009/11/14 Josh White <jaw1959 at gmail.com>:
> I'm running Ubuntu 9.10, using the Mythfrontend .22+fixes from the
> standard ubuntu repos. When I got my machine up and running, I decided to
> see what it can do. On another backend/frontend I use, which has nvidia
> 8200 onboard graphics, I can watch two of my more demanding video files
> perfectly smooth on my 1080p display, using VDPAU, with minimal CPU usage.
> With my new Ion machine, I have problems with the same files using a
> 1280x1024 CRT display (an old desktop monitor). I've noticed two distinct
> problems with these files: playback of one file there has a lot of blocky,
> discolored garbage in the screen during more active parts of the movie, and
> in the other, the movie skips like it simply cannot process the data fast
> enough. They are both .mkv h264 files, and I'm not sure of the exact
> bit-rate, but one is a 6gb file, and the other is about 4gb (respecitvely),
> and they're approximately 2 hours in length. I have my 8200 machine set to
> use VDPAU for everything, advanced 1x HW deinterlacing, with the fallback
> deinterlacer set to none. I've tried the same settings on my Zotac, with no
> success, as well as the 3 included VDPAU playback profiles.
> So that's what I know from the top of my head, and I'd appreciate any
> suggestions, tips, or things I should try.
You don't give us much information to help you...
What does playing a video with -v playback shows?
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