[AppleTV] Broadcom Crystal HD stuttering playback on Apple TV? - Printable Version
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- coolspot18 - 2010-01-28 06:00
davilla Wrote:So bottom line, chill. we know all about the issues and are working on them. Remember, I don't work 24/7 on XBMC, I have a real job and that takes priority.
So true - no real job = no XBMC after hours support
Thanks for the hard work ... I really don't know how you guys do it.
- curlyjs - 2010-01-28 18:14
I also have stuttering playing H264 720p file. Davilla, do you want the logs or you already have enough info to work with?
Also, did someone tried killa sample?
- TeknoJnky - 2010-01-28 18:31
curlyjs Wrote:Also, did someone tried killa sample?
search the forum for killa crystalhd and you will find several threads and posts with information about killa sample.
- grey - 2010-01-28 19:56
running latest svn, and just watched a 1080p. it was amazing!!!
movie data Wrote:Calitatea HDTV: BDRip 1080p
- oezkan12 - 2010-01-29 01:04
grey Wrote:running latest svn, and just watched a 1080p. it was amazing!!!
how did you do that?
Today I installed my atv with the latest build, but i still can not change the screen resolution more than 720p ...?
And 720p movies are not working 100%, sometimes the picture hang for a second....
Could you tell me your secret?
- nerpissad - 2010-01-29 01:10
I'm also running the latest svn and I just checked B.O.B.'s big break, which has an average bitrate of 19 mbit/s.
playback already is so much better than little over a week ago and I'm sure it will improve even more!
I just made a small donation to davilla to express my gratitude.
- drewjacks0n - 2010-01-29 08:57
latest svn is playing 1080p content very well. it still has problems keeping up with the high bitrate stuff, but its getting a heck of a lot better
- grey - 2010-01-29 12:41
to make things clear. xbmc displays 720p, but the movie i was running was 1080p. and almost no shutters. it was truly amazing, because with the previous svn release i got shutters.
- Thomss - 2010-01-29 13:56
This sounds like it's getting better and better! I'll have to get myself a card for my Appletv.
- oezkan12 - 2010-01-29 17:18
grey Wrote:to make things clear. xbmc displays 720p, but the movie i was running was 1080p. and almost no shutters. it was truly amazing, because with the previous svn release i got shutters.
okay, let me test, also.
I want to check if my 1080p movies are really running with 1920*1080 resolution or if they are scaled down to 720p (1280*720), like the xbmc resolution.
movies in 720p shutters every 10/15 minutes (sometimes 20min.) anyway, but i hope this would be fixed soon
My problem is that i'm not able to get the information about the screen resolution during the playback (the information where i see the display resolution, cpu utilisation, audio codec, etc..) like on my xbox..
the button should be the menu button from the apple remote, but nothing happens when i press it for few seconds..
any idea how i can get to that information screen during the playback?
- davilla - 2010-01-29 18:13
oezkan12 Wrote:okay, let me test, also.
xbmc.log will tell you this info.
- oezkan12 - 2010-01-29 21:11
davilla Wrote:xbmc.log will tell you this info.
this means this feature from xbmc is not able on the atv?
- davilla - 2010-01-29 21:24
oezkan12 Wrote:this means this feature from xbmc is not able on the atv?
Your question is vague, please rephrase it
- grey - 2010-01-30 19:17
have a question:
if i update to a current svn build and the playback becomes choppy, can i downgrade to a build which was working satifsactory?
- Bobby Blixberg - 2010-01-30 21:55
Yes, you can - here is how.