(2014-03-04 11:20)fritsch Wrote: Those clicks appear, when your video clock and audio clock go into different directions or when the audio sink is too slow (logfile will tell). If you for example play 23.97 fps at 60 hz it's quite bad for passthrough. When you really want this, set the sync method to "Audio Clock".Here's an example of audio problems with DTSHD-MA passthrough. I turned off 'sync playback to display', enabled passthrough for DTS and DTS-HD (only), and started "Monster's University" with a DTSHD-MA 7.1 track. Result was a lot of clicks.
xbmc can decode every format, despite DTS-HD Master audio, here the DTS core is decoded and you get a 5.1 pcm signal.
xbmc.log (with debugging)
DISPLAY=:0 /usr/lib/xbmc/xbmc-xrandr | pastebinit
Quote:The best experience concerning audio _and_ video and sync, when refreshrate does not match video fps, you get is: Video Clock with method resample audio. This will of course only work, when passthrough is disabled.Maybe the settings for 'sync playback' and 'sync method' should apply only to decoded audio? The UI doesn't give me any indication that there could be problems with some of the settings for passthrough.
In this particular case, however, the syncing should have been disabled.