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TV shows are very glitchy
#1
okay so when i try to play a set of 720p ripped tv show files they are very glitchy. It is like watching a gpu struggle tremendously but this is not the problem becase the movies play perfectly in vlc. The files are all mkv and they range from 1.4 gigs to 3.2. I ha other mkv files in my tv show folder that play just fine but they are under 1gb. Is there something I need to download? All of the movies I have on xbmc play fine and their file size range all the way up to 3.7gb a movie.
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#2
if anyone is unclear about anything feel free to ask. I just really want to solve this problem.
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#3
What is the video format and audio format of the glitchy files?
Does the audio play?

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#4
check your audio settings...thats what fixed a similar problem for me
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#5
Have a look here http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=146911
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#6
how many damn times does one have to say debug log (wiki)
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#7
I tried getting the log uploader but no add ons are even showing up...
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#8
Just use pastebin
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#9
http://pastebin.com/qktZdQaW

I am going to assume that i did this wrong so if someone could describe to me how to do this in layman's terms that would be great. Thanks, and sorry for inconveniance
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#10
I've seen the same issue as of Frodo release... RC2 did not have the problem, nor did it have a problem with an MKV bug I posted to TRAC that is totally being ignored by the devs.
I'm not an expert but I play one at work.
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#11
(2013-02-15, 02:31)svig4 Wrote: http://pastebin.com/qktZdQaW

I am going to assume that i did this wrong so if someone could describe to me how to do this in layman's terms that would be great. Thanks, and sorry for inconveniance

1. open the log file in, eg, notepad++

2. ctrl-a to select all, ctrl-c to copy to clipboard

3. open your web browser at http://pastebin.com

4. click inside the paste window, ctrl-v to paste

5. click submit

6. copy the url of the resulting page to the clipboard, and paste it into your forum post.
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#12
http://pastebin.com/nXyEpgy2

Thank you and sorry for being a hassel.
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#13
From the debug log you seem to be using the HDMI connection, can you confirm?

If so, the HDMI is reporting 2 channel support and no encoded format capabilities which means no Dolby Digital & DTS. Are you connect directed to your TV by HDMI?

Try:

Audio Ouput: Analog
Speaker Configuration: 2.0
Audio output device: WASAPI - HDMI (if still failing then try Directsound - HDMI)
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#14
yes I am using an HDMI okay i will try this and let you know results

Thank you very much that seemed to fix it, i can now play the t.v shows and there is no lag at all. Thank you for your time good sirs.
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