Rob Grimm wrote:
> I have also had this problem for months now, and is the reason I stopped
> using xine. The audio is about 0.4 - 0.5 seconds behind on mine as
> well. Mplayer and the myth internal player are both fine. A cool
> band-aid would be to have a command-line argument instead of having to
> press the m and n keys (I don't mind pressing the keys, but my wife
> finds it quite annoying if you know what I mean).
> */"Rett D. Walters" <rettw@...>/* wrote:
> I am having a problem with DVD audio sync since I upgraded to Xine
> 1.1.2. It seems that the audio is about 1/2 sec behind the video since
> I upgraded. Several people on the Gentoo and FC5 forums have reported
> this issue, and there is an SF.net bug, 1544349 entered that seems to be
> the same. I cannot find any indication that the Xine developers are
> aware of the issue though. I have been using Xine for about 6 years now
> and I am surprised that something like this has slipped in, as A/V sync
> has not been an issue for me for many years.
> I can get rid of the lag by pressing the m key in xine-ui about 4
> times, however there is no option for this that I can find in my
> preferred frontend, Kaffeine...
> I am running Gentoo 2006.1, with xine-lib-1.1.2-r2 (from portage), on a
> 2.8 Ghz P4 with binary Nvidia 8774 drivers for my 6800GS, SB Live 5.1
> (using alsa) Kernel 2.6.15, 1GB Ram.
> Has anyone else seen this problem or have fix for it?
> Rett Walters
I also had a problem with xine-audio with amarok which happened right after
upgrading to kernel 126.96.36.199 and NVidia's new driver. Amarok which is a
great streaming audio player refused to work with xine-audio. I also am
using xine 1.1.2
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