Hi,

I find this all puzzling too. I've been in similar situations and welcomed 
suggestions. Here is one of mine.

Try changing your xine command line by replacing the '=' following --config 
with a space.

Showing the commandline is not the same as the app parsing the parameter. Xine 
may be clever in this respect in which case this will make no difference.


Ian.

Sent from my HTC

----- Reply message -----
From: "Arturo Martinez" <marti...@embl.de>
Date: Thu, Nov 24, 2011 08:29
Subject: [vdr] xine dropped frames warning
To: <vdr@linuxtv.org>

I am using the right config and the warnings still show.

Lets prove it...


ps -ef |grep xine

 xine --no-gui --no-logo --no-splash -pq -A alsa -f -V xxmc --post vdr
--post vdr_video --post
tvtime:method=LinearBlend,cheap_mode=1,pulldown=0,use_progressive_frame_flag=1
--config=/home/tv/.xine/config vdr://tmp/vdr-xine/stream#demux:mpeg_pes

So that´s my xine running and shows it is using for config
/home/tv/.xine/config


Now I run the grep command on it:

grep "^gui.dropped_frames_warning:0" /home/tv/.xine/config && echo
"config is good :)" || echo "config is bad :("

And the result is:

gui.dropped_frames_warning:0
config is good :)


Yet if I open vdr´s OSD and fiddle with it for a minute or so I am
guaranteed to get the dropped frames warning.

cxfe does not have the warning problem but unfortunately it does not
support xxmc acceleration :(

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