[mythtv] Android playback synchronization (was Re: mythfrontend-20210221-arm-v32-Pre-2365-gb6e2003f64)
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Tue Feb 23 18:12:20 UTC 2021
On 2/23/21 11:23 AM, Peter Bennett wrote:
> On 2/23/21 9:34 AM, Peter Bennett wrote:
>> On 2/23/21 8:43 AM, John wrote:
>>> Playback is very jerky with the latest android build but fine with
>>> the same release on Intel hardware.
>>> Tested on F4K & Shield TV.
>>> I cannot say whether the issue is UK specific, tested with
>>> 1920*1080 at 25fps.
>>> H264 vaapi is good.
>>> Mediacodec and opengl on android poor.
>>> Apologies as I can't compile for android I cannot bisect the issue.
>>> FWIW mythfrontend-20201222-arm-v32-Pre-1870-g283caa7b84 is fine.
>> Have you tried the various options in the playback profile? I believe
>> the default playback profile for Mediacodec may have two entries, the
>> first one being for "Standard" decoding. If you have that it will use
>> Standard for everything and ignore the second entry. Delete the
>> "Standard" Entry if you have one and look at the Mediacodec entry.
>> There are options for Mediacodec and Mediacodec(decode only). Try
>> various options here to see if the problem is resolved.
>> You may have already done this. I will try it out later myself to see
>> if I have the same issues and respond.
>> At this point I am not working on the mythfrontend playback, Mark
>> Kendall is doing all of the work. I am just doing the packages. If
>> the problem persists, please create a ticket in github and Mark can
>> take a look at it.
> I tried it and I agree that playback is awful. There seems to be no
> synchronization of audio and video. The video shoots ahead at high
> speed and then slows to a crawl, then repeats that again.
> Possibly caused by chrono changes or playback changes.
Just checked and it is only the 32bit build of Android mythfrontend that
has the problem. On the shield you can run the 64bit version and that
works fine. The fire stick will not support 64 bit and needs the 32bit
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