(2012-11-16 17:55)claudius139 Wrote: 1. What are the settings with SwitchResX?
This is entirely dependent on your video card and monitor. Basically though:
- Copy your current 1080p60 resolution to the clipboard within SwitchResX
- Create a new Custom Resolution and paste from clipboard to it
- Enter "23.976" into the Vertical Scan Rate
- Save and reboot
- If you already had a 1080p24 resolution in Current Resolutions, right-click it and Redirect it to the new one
Again, I was not able to nail 23.976Hz exactly myself. Closest I got was 23.977Hz. I did this by actually entering "23.975" (I think...) instead of "23.976" for the Vertical Scan Rate. If I entered "23.976" it rounded it to "23.978".
According to the author of SwitchResX, this is because OSX only retains 2 decimal places of precision for all of the values.
(2012-11-16 17:55)claudius139 Wrote: 2. What are the settings in the advancedsettings.xml file?
The latency section is specific to my setup, of course. You'll need to find a value (in ms) that syncs the audio to the video correctly on your own system.
(2012-11-16 17:55)claudius139 Wrote: 3. What are the settings in the Video section inside XBMC?
- Adjust display refresh rate to match video: On
- Sync playback to display: On
- A/V sync method: Video clock (Resample audio)
The last item is basically up to what bugs you most: video frame drops/dupes, or audio drops/dupes/resampling. Personally, video anomalies bug me more so I chose to resample the audio. The audio does still glitch every now and again, but I think I'm noticing it less as I use these settings more. YMMV, but the bottom line is that it has to keep sync somehow, so unless you can nail 23.976Hz exactly, you have to choose.