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OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 16.0)
I managed to get the EPG to populate by using "Clear Data".

There's a definite improvement in Live TV, as it no longer goes berserk if I toggle full-screen back to the EPG or go to the main menu and then back to Live TV.

I did notice a fair bit of stuttering and dropped/skipped frames however. When I first checked, I think it was around 479 skipped but I figured that might have been as a result of toggling full-screen, so I restarted the channel and I had a lot less after that but still noticed some gaps in audio and stutters in the video. I'm using MMAL acceleration only and had deinterlace set to Auto. I tried with deinterlace off and that seemed to reduce them but not entirely and even when starting the channel again with deinterlace disabled, there were quite a few gaps in audio for the first few minutes, although it settled down after that. On the third try, I think there were a total of 73 skipped frames (1 dropped) by the time the programme finished and whilst 49 of those occurred with deinterlace on and after I disabled it, that only increased slightly to 52 over the next few minutes, later on there were a couple of obvious stutters/gaps and on checking it had jumped to 63 and the next time, 72.

The log is 554MB but I've compressed it down to 31MB and shared it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1fDI89...sp=sharing

I'm thinking that with a CRT TV (which this RPi v2 will be used with) there's no point in having deinterlace or sync playback to display enabled. Is that correct, as if so it might at least eliminate a couple of potential problem features and give my brother less issues?
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RE: OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 16.0) - by doveman2 - 2015-08-11, 18:39
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