[vdr] stuttering video on some channels RESOLVED

Simon Baxter linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Tue Jul 24 12:31:16 CEST 2007


Read herring on this - was nothing to do with VDR.

Problem with my nvidia accelerator driver on high-bandwidth streams causing
dropped frames....



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Simon Baxter" <linuxtv at nzbaxters.com>
To: "VDR Mailing List" <vdr at linuxtv.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2007 9:29 PM
Subject: [vdr] stuttering video on some channels


> I've recently added a dvb-c card, CI and Irdeto CAM to a system running
> vdr-1.5.5.  All channels are encrypted.  Some channels (about 20%) seem to
> have stuttering video.  I only get a frame every 1/2 second or so - the
> video freezes on a frame for 1/2-1 second, then moves to the next frame
etc
> etc.
> There are no messages in /var/log/messages or kernel messages in dmesg.
> The only difference in changing to one of the stuttering video channels is
a
> sequence of "aMMMMMAMM" messages in the stdout logs from vdr.
>
> Below is the channels.conf.  The channels 3 & 4 marked with '*' are
examples
> of the problem channels.  The only common thing between all problem
> channels, is they all have a separate PCR PID.  But so do some of the
> non-problem channels!
>
> (symbol rates are XXXX'd out - as my provider protects these sorry)
> channels.conf:
> 1;Juice TV;T:602000:M64:C:XXXX:849:850:0:606:305:182:3:0
> 2;Sneak Peek;T:602000:M64:C:XXXX:4961:4964=eng:0:606:310:182:3:0
> 3;*Living;T:610000:M64:C:XXXX:513+129:651=eng:0:606:402:182:4:0
> 4;*UKTV;T:610000:M64:C:XXXX:515+131:653=eng:0:606:404:182:4:0
> 5;*National Geographic;T:626000:M64:C:XXXX:6031:6032=eng:0:606:603:182:6:0
> 6;MTV;T:626000:M64:C:XXXX:6041:6042:0:606:604:182:6:0
> 7;*Documentary;T:626000:M64:C:XXXX:6051:6052=eng:0:606:605:182:6:0
> 7;BBC;T:626000:M64:C:XXXX:6061:6062=eng:0:606:606:182:6:0
> 8;*CNN;T:626000:M64:C:XXXX:6071:6072=eng:0:606:607:182:6:0
>
> Below is some of the logs in std-out
>
> -switch to channel: 1
> SetPlayMode: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> SetPlayMode: 1
> [vVMSetDigitalAudioDevice: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> aA]buffered 8.2 frames (v:15.8, a:8.2)
> frame: (0, 0)-(704, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
>
> -switch to channel: 2
> SetPlayMode: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> SetPlayMode: 1
> frame: (0, 0)-(720, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
> [vVMSetDigitalAudioDevice: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> A]buffered 8.5 frames (v:16.2, a:8.5)
> frame: (0, 0)-(544, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
>
> -switch to channel: 3
> SetPlayMode: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> SetPlayMode: 1
> frame: (0, 0)-(720, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
> [vVMMframe: (0, 0)-(544, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
> SetDigitalAudioDevice: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> aMMA]buffered 8.3 frames (v:29.3, a:8.3)
> buffered 9.2 frames (v:29.3, a:9.2)
>
> -switch to channel: 4
> SetPlayMode: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> SetPlayMode: 1
> frame: (0, 0)-(720, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
> [vVMframe: (0, 0)-(704, 576), zoom: (1.00, 1.00)
> MSetDigitalAudioDevice: 0
> SetAudioChannelDevice: 0
> aMMMMMAMM]buffered 8.2 frames (v:15.8, a:8.2)
>
>
>
>
> any ideas on this???
>
>
> Simon
>
>
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