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05-16-2010 04:32 PM

Stuttering DVB-T video output
 
Volker Armin Hemmann <volkerarmin@googlemail.com> [10-05-16 17:40]:
> Hi,
>
> I am using dvb-s with kaffeine and ati and don't have any stuttering.
>
> Do you have effects turned on? Turn them off.
> Are you using the nvidia driver? Or nv? nouveau? Use nvidia.
> Do you have any stupid governor turned on - like userspace? Use ondemand.
>

As said, I am using DVB-T.
In the lspci listing, I appended to my previous mail, you can
find the kind of nvidia-card I am using and that I am using the nvidia
driver.
I recompiled with the "ondemand" governor set and will see, what
happens.

Thanks for your infos.

Best regards,
mcc




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Stroller 05-16-2010 11:04 PM

Stuttering DVB-T video output
 
On 16 May 2010, at 15:10, meino.cramer@gmx.de wrote:

...
for watching DVB-T broadcasts on my PC I am using vlc,
which is fed with an appropiate channels.conf file
from the commandline.

Everything is fine so far...but...
The video output stutters, especially when switching
desktops or when scrolling html pages in firefox or...
often this happens without any additional actions on
the desktop.



You need to state that you've catted from the /dev/whatever to a file,
or whatever the correct way is to directly make a recording, then
played the resultant video back using vlc, mplayer & on a different
system.


You also haven't stated the resolution of the video you're trying to
play. Hi-def is demanding of system resources, standard def should be
no problem on any PC made in the last 7 or 8 years.


Stroller.


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