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I would like to know the reason for the logs below
CPullupCorrection: detected pattern of length 1: 41708.33, frameduration: 41708.333333


CDVDClock::ErrorAdjust - CVideoPlayerAudio::OutputPacket - error:-11831.867893, adjusted:-11831.867893
 Can anyone explain?
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]for the logs below
Logs? I see only two lines of text...
Get us a full debug log (wiki) via pastebin.com (or similar upload websites) so we can see some more context to your two log lines.
(2018-05-01, 20:05)Klojum Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]for the logs below
Logs? I see only two lines of text...
Get us a full debug log (wiki) via pastebin.com (or similar upload websites) so we can see some more context to your two log lines. 
I just wanted to know the reason for these lines.
the platform could be relevant and what kind of stream it was (like, was it handled via inputstream.adaptive, ...)
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to know the reason for the logs below
CPullupCorrection: detected pattern of length 1: 41708.33, frameduration: 41708.333333

The measured timestamps are clean, frame duration is 41708.33 -> 23.976 fps
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]CDVDClock::ErrorAdjust - CVideoPlayerAudio::OutputPacket - error:-11831.867893, adjusted:-11831.867893
 Can anyone explain?
  
Passthrough audio can't be speed up or slowed down to adjust a/v synchronization. In order to sync audio/video, audio slightly changes the clock and video has to adapt. In this case clock was changed by 11.8 milliseconds
(2018-05-02, 07:54)da-anda Wrote: [ -> ]the platform could be relevant and what kind of stream it was (like, was it handled via inputstream.adaptive, ...)
 I'm running on android, inputstream
(2018-05-02, 09:13)FernetMenta Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to know the reason for the logs below
CPullupCorrection: detected pattern of length 1: 41708.33, frameduration: 41708.333333

The measured timestamps are clean, frame duration is 41708.33 -> 23.976 fps
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]CDVDClock::ErrorAdjust - CVideoPlayerAudio::OutputPacket - error:-11831.867893, adjusted:-11831.867893
 Can anyone explain?
  
Passthrough audio can't be speed up or slowed down to adjust a/v synchronization. In order to sync audio/video, audio slightly changes the clock and video has to adapt. In this case clock was changed by 11.8 milliseconds 
Thank you so much.
Is there any documentation on how the video player works, something well didactic?
(2018-05-03, 04:18)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-02, 09:13)FernetMenta Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to know the reason for the logs below
CPullupCorrection: detected pattern of length 1: 41708.33, frameduration: 41708.333333

The measured timestamps are clean, frame duration is 41708.33 -> 23.976 fps
(2018-05-01, 19:44)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]CDVDClock::ErrorAdjust - CVideoPlayerAudio::OutputPacket - error:-11831.867893, adjusted:-11831.867893
 Can anyone explain?
  
Passthrough audio can't be speed up or slowed down to adjust a/v synchronization. In order to sync audio/video, audio slightly changes the clock and video has to adapt. In this case clock was changed by 11.8 milliseconds  
Thank you so much.
Is there any documentation on how the video player works, something well didactic? 
Yes, the source code Smile
(2018-05-03, 07:33)FernetMenta Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-03, 04:18)tetramarreta Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-05-02, 09:13)FernetMenta Wrote: [ -> ]The measured timestamps are clean, frame duration is 41708.33 -> 23.976 fps
  
Passthrough audio can't be speed up or slowed down to adjust a/v synchronization. In order to sync audio/video, audio slightly changes the clock and video has to adapt. In this case clock was changed by 11.8 milliseconds  
Thank you so much.
Is there any documentation on how the video player works, something well didactic?  
Yes, the source code Smile 
I already learned a lot in the source code.
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