(2012-05-11 21:13)consilium Wrote:
(2012-05-11 15:50)DDDamian Wrote:
(2012-05-11 13:14)consilium Wrote: Amazing. Works beautifully now!
Glad to hear it - enjoy.
Looks like the problem is back. I haven't made any changes to my system or XBMC.
As before, if I toggle the "Output to all speakers"-option on and off, the video starts playing smoothly.
See attached debug log.
Toggling that is forcing it to reinitialize the audio device, which is why it's working after, The root cause is Windows isn't calling back for more data before the buffer runs out, which is unusual. If you pull a nightly tomorrow we've added some additional debugging info that may help is here, so a log then will have more details, The best workarounds for now are increasing the "150" value in the code I gave you to about 250, and also making sure your audio drivers are fully up to date. See if that helps and if not post a log from the new nightly tomorrow pls.