[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] Ticket #9119: timestretch enable makes playback jump by up to 2 secs

Jean-Yves Avenard jyavenard at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 01:09:14 UTC 2010


On 20 October 2010 11:45, Mark Spieth <mark at digivation.com.au> wrote:
> fair enough. expected.
> it annoyed me a lot, so this is what I did. works well.

Originally, I had FP conversion done all the time.

> could also make it smart in that if processing has been used in the past
> then enable it for next time.
> I expected issues like this with the change to FP.

You still have issues then someone enables timestretch, find that it's
unusable because his system is too slow ; how does he revert back to
settings that used to work fine until he activated timestretch or any
other processing ?

> only other solution is to complicate the buffering system enormously.
> or get rid of FP processing. which is why I didnt do it in the first place.

You can't get rid of FP; conversion was always done, except that it
was done several times for each processing requirement (timestretch,
upmix, resampling etc...)
As it is now, it's faster because the conversion only happens once..

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