On 25.8.2010 20:45, Thomas Hilber wrote:
On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 10:13:56AM +0200, jori.hamalai...@teliasonera.com wrote:
Computer hardware usually cannot provide 50.000Hz, 59.940Hz or 23.976Hz
outputs to your TV/Monitor. This will cause some judder on display output
as MPEG/AVC input-stream is not synchronized to output framerate.
If some people report they observe judder though this mostly is a result
of a wrong setup (xorg.conf) or use of temporarily broken beta
software (xine derivates). With VDPAU design there exists nothing like
First big thx to You Thomas from Your nice vga-sync-fields patch. I used
it in my previous system.
Currently I use VDR 1.7.15 and vdr-xineliboutput (gentoo ebuild
1.0.9999) from CVS and checkout date was 20100817.
I have suffered this annoying judder in both live and recording viewing.
My config_xineliboutput: http://pastebin.com/kxe7RvX0
xine-lib: CVS 20100626
Motherboard: ZOTAC ION ITX D Series
CPU: Atom 330
I'm thankful (And I know couple others too who's have same problem) if
You or someone else can check those configs out and tell if there is
I have already spended many weeks whit reading and testing what ever
information/settings from VDPAU & xine-lib but nothings have helped so far.
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