[mythtv-users] Mythfrontend (mythvideo) .25 crashes and timeouts
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Fri Feb 24 17:34:11 UTC 2012
On 02/24/2012 02:25 AM, Bob K Mertz wrote:
> On 2/24/12 2:20 AM, Bob K Mertz wrote:
>> On 2/24/12 2:13 AM, Phill Wiggin wrote:
>>> Thanks for the suggestion. These files are shared via NFS, and HD .mp4s
>>> play fine, but smaller, low-rez .avi files are the ones that fail. The
>>> frontends are wired (vs. wireless) and had no bandwidth issues with .24.
>> That may not be your issue then... I'm really not certain :( I am using
>> a mythbuntu system and I upgraded to 0.25 using the mythbuntu-repos and
>> I've had my share of the expected bugs but I've actually had no issues
>> with mythvideo at all. You may want to check your TV playback settings
>> in set up on your front end. I did have an issue with one of my front
>> ends because in 0.25 they've deleted some of the profiles. I can't
>> remember if it was CPU++ or CPU- or what exactly I was using but it went
>> away and I had all kinds of issues until I adjusted those.
> Let me correct myself... it's no longer under TV settings in 0.25.
> Under setup go to video and then go to playback. In there on about the
> 3rd screen try playing with your "Current Video Playback Profile". My
> system was previously using one of the CPU- or CPU+ profiles that used
> to be there but no longer are. I changed mine to normal when I had the
> initial issues and that solved all of my playback woes. Your mileage
> may vary.
Yes, in the upgrade, MythTV will remove the CPU+, CPU++, and CPU--
profiles. Any host that was using one of those (broken) profiles will
then be using Normal after upgrade.
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