Michael Roitzsch wrote:
> Hi Brad,
>>I was going to try the SyncFB driver but the kernel module is hoplessly out
>>of date. My next option is vidix, but it appears that the vidix driver does
>>not support de-interlacing. I'm running a fast machine, Athlon 2800+ which
>>is really a 2GHz processor with 512mb of ram so software de-interlacing
>>would not be an issue for me.
> With recent versions of xine-lib and xine-ui, you can use the "chain reaction"
> window to enable the tvtime deinterlacer plugin, which works for any video
Excellent! That is exactly the kind of info I'm after. Thanks, I'll give it a go tonight. I now have
vidix output working.
I have noticed that my audio is somewhat out of sync. I generally have to press AudioVideoDecay- 3
times to get it in "good" sync. Is there a place where I can specify this in the config file as a
I'm using the onboard sound chip in the KT600 chipset which uses the i810 oss driver. It supports
the SNDCTL_DSP_GETODELAY ioctl and under mplayer I always get rock solid sync.
With Xine I find that sometimes the sync is waaaay (like 1-2 seconds) out after a skip forward or
backward, but this can be "fixed" with a pause/unpause. But I need to apply the ~ -10800pts delay to
get it synced properly. (I really need somewhere between 7200 and 10800).
I'm using a stock 2.4.23 kernel with no patched applied (HZ=100)