[vdr] vdr htpc + xine = dropped frames warning
jdobry at centrum.cz
Sat Feb 6 11:54:21 CET 2010
Dropped frames with xine/xineliboutput + vdr is real problem.
And suppress warning messages is not solution. Dropped frames is
visible. Sometimes less, sometime more.
This steps little help:
Option "TripleBuffer" "true" in xorg.conf in Screen section
In xine configuration file:
Disable VSYNC synchronization will reduce CPU usage dramaticaly to 0-8%
on mpeg2/h264, with small effect to dropped frames:
xvattr -a XV_SYNC_TO_VBLANK -v 0
If you have AMD/integrated graphic, force minimum frequency for scaller
to 1.8Ghz, it have bandwidth problem:
echo 1800000 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_min_freq
During 4 month I was try everything. Over 20 different version of
xinelib, over 20 version of ffmpeg, 4 different computers. Nothing was
I was try to create thread on nvnews server, but sometime I thing tha I
am alone who is able too see this problem.
> Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 09:40:24 -0800
> From: VDR User <user.vdr at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [vdr] vdr htpc + xine = dropped frames warning
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> On Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 4:23 AM, martinez <martinez at embl.de> wrote:
>> I am running a htpc with vdr 1.7.11 + xine
>> I was using oxine where there is no problem with warnings but unfortunately it does not support vdpau and doesn't seem to be regularly maintained.
>> I have disabled dropped frames warning in xine but somehow I still get from time to time a window telling me that xine is dropping some frames.
>> Since the HTPC is not connected to a mouse the only work around is to press the power button on the remote (which is mapped to a script that kills xine and returns to the main menu)
>> I would appreciate if somebody could point me to a sure way to get rid of all warnings in xine, in fact I do not want xine to display anything other than the vdr osd and the ts stream.
>> Is easy to patch the xine source code to act more suitably to an htpc?
> Make sure you are _not_ running xine when you edit ~/.xine/config, and
> make sure you edit the correct one. Meaning if you start xine as
> root, login as root and edit the config file. If you start it as a
> user, login with that user name and edit, etc.....
> The correct setting would be:
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