Screen Tearing in Ubuntu Mate
#1
I'm getting screen tearing while playing back h264 1080p files on N4000 gemini lake cpu in Ubuntu Mate.

I tried with Windows 10 but no screen tearing.


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#2
Don't use mate, thanks.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
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#3
I don't see what difference Mate makes.  What drivers are you using?
HTPCs: RPI 2B & 3B+ 
Control: Google Home + RPI1B Webhooks Server
Audio: Pioneer VSX-819HK & S-HS 100 5.1 Speakers
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#4
Turn of your Composite Manager if one is one. Also check you are using the correct video driver. A proprietary one will give you better performance than the open source ones in most cases
Running Kodi on Arch 64bit Linux (Leia 18.5) ,  Android Nougat (Leia 18.5) CoreELEC (S905 community builds Leia 18.5)
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#5
(2020-02-10, 02:36)gary9872 Wrote: Turn of your Composite Manager if one is one. Also check you are using the correct video driver. A proprietary one will give you better performance than the open source ones in most cases

if one is ON.
Running Kodi on Arch 64bit Linux (Leia 18.5) ,  Android Nougat (Leia 18.5) CoreELEC (S905 community builds Leia 18.5)
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#6
(2020-02-10, 02:36)gary9872 Wrote: Turn of your Composite Manager if one is one. Also check you are using the correct video driver. A proprietary one will give you better performance than the open source ones in most cases
I will try changing the video driver. Thanks for your suggestion.
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#7
Maybe you have the same problems as i had, Here is the solution i found in an other thread here:
Intel tearing problem
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