Yup, me too. I have a button setup on my remote to kill vdr-sxfe and
start xbmc-pvr, or vice versa. That way I don't need to get out of my
chair to fix xine.
I also find on h264 streams, audio goes out of sync easily with
vdpau/xine. Doesn't happen with either mplayer or xbmc. I have a
Hauppauge PVR-HD which streams hd content from my cable box..
> I use vdpau and find it VERY picky about stream quality. It will crash.
> Xine not as bad but still more picky then the HW video out of a nexus.
> You could leave that on a badly pixelated stream all day. I've seen
> vdpau crash even when there are no visual problems with the stream. When
> it goes down, it seems to take xine with it. A big problem with using
> ATA and the signal is weak.
> On 4/14/2010 5:33 AM, Rob Davis wrote:
>>> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 12:45 PM, Rob Davis<r...@davis-family.info>
>>>> The usb adapter works upstairs on a patched VDR 1.6, but am not sure
>>>> works on 1.7.12 yet.. Will try again tomorrow. My main problem is by
>>>> time I get home from work, my wife wants to watch TV.
>>> Maybe she should read a book instead for a change then? Go for a
>>> walk/run? Take a nap? ;)
>> It turns out when everything was moved about on Saturday (We just moved
>> into our house), someone stuck some power supplies over the cable feed.
>> guess I was getting interference on just that frequency. The tests I
>> doing was in another part of the house, which was why it worked..
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