Jump forward/backward amount different in some shows/movies

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Wakeboarder141 Offline
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I have my jump ahead and jump backward times manually set in advanced settings to 5 sec back, 25 sec forward. Certain movie and TV show files I have watched will not adhere to these rules. Sometimes the times are 14 or 17 seconds both forward and backwards. Is there anything I can do with those files or is it something with the way they are encoded? I am using Frodo 12.3 and streaming the files over my Gigabit network from my main PC. Thanks for any help you can provide.
(This post was last modified: 2014-02-03 23:41 by Wakeboarder141.)
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Wakeboarder141 Offline
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No one else has experienced files that won't follow the rules?
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Ned Scott Offline
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I've seen something like this on very short files, where XBMC seems to change the math for how far forward or back to go. Can you get us a debug log (wiki) of when this happens?

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Also if the file has chapters, things can work differently, you may be going to next chapter?

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