Kodi 19.1 Video Playback Problems
#16
(2021-05-30, 11:35)jogal Wrote:
(2021-05-28, 10:24)lSi123 Wrote: And it looks like this ... some seconds everything running smooth ... then some frames skipping ... some more seconds smooth and so on.
I think most people didnt see this ... but i am extreme sensetive for this.
Why would someone who is "extreme sensetive" want to use a graphics card that does not have enough memory to keep all decoding surfaces loaded in memory at same time?

Because its the only Card fits in my fanless HTPC and make no noise (low Profile, passiv cooling, HDMI 2.0) ... if there someday a new Card with better hardware and also Low Profile and passiv cooling -> yes ... maybe some day i change the complete Hardware (Mainboard, CPU, RAM, Graphics Card or Internal Graphics) .. but now i'm using Kodi with External Player ... works !

And i am using the hardware and software for years without playback problems (Kodi 17.6 DSPlayer and madVR) but no future development... problems coming after switching to Kodi 19.1 with internal Videoplayer
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#17
(2021-05-30, 12:04)lSi123 Wrote: now i'm using Kodi with External Player ... works !
Lovely, that's the prime reason for this capability and in your case ... works!

Take this as notice that the future with this hardware may not be so bright.
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#18
(2021-05-27, 14:42)lSi123 Wrote: Hi,

I'm coming from Kodi 17.6 with DSPlayer and madVR. Everything running smooth... but no future development (still Kodi 17.6)
Now testing Kodi 19.1, but the Videoplayback is not stutter-free with the internal Videoplayer.
Autoframerate-Switch is enabled (On Start/Stop) and working (correct Hz).
Rendermethod is "Pixelshader" and Kodi Fullscreen-Window enabled ... with "Auto" or "DXVA" or Kodi-Fullscreen-Window disabled -> only Blackscreen with 4KHDR Content (Audio normal)
HW-Decoder enabled. HDR/SDR Switch working.
With External-Player (MPC-HC with madVR) enabled with Kodi 19.1 -> everything running smooth again.
Kodi is running  on Windows 10 20H2 with a NVidia Geforce 1030 (2GB VRAM).

Is there any Solution running Kodi 19.1 without External Player (Stutter-free) ?

Have you added the appropriate resolutions/refresh rates you want to the white list?
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#19
Yes.

From Debug-Log:

2021-05-27 19:18:37.518 T:7756 INFO <general>: [WHITELIST] Searching the whitelist for: width: 3840, height: 2160, fps: 23.976, 3D: false
2021-05-27 19:18:37.519 T:7756 DEBUG <general>: [WHITELIST] Searching for an exact resolution with an exact refresh rate
2021-05-27 19:18:37.524 T:7756 DEBUG <general>: [WHITELIST] Matched an exact resolution with an exact refresh rate Generic PnP Monitor #1: 3840x2160 @ 23.98Hz (207)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.526 T:7756 INFO <general>: Display resolution ADJUST : Generic PnP Monitor #1: 3840x2160 @ 23.98Hz (207) (weight: 0.000)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.529 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: CWinSystemWin32::SetFullScreen: (windowed fullscreen) with size 3840x2160, refresh 23.976023
2021-05-27 19:18:37.529 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::ReleaseBackBuffer: release buffers.
2021-05-27 19:18:37.530 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::SetFullScreen: switching from (1920 x 1080) to (3840 x 2160)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.530 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::SetFullScreen: switching done.
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#20
(2021-06-05, 19:45)lSi123 Wrote: Yes.

From Debug-Log:

2021-05-27 19:18:37.518 T:7756 INFO <general>: [WHITELIST] Searching the whitelist for: width: 3840, height: 2160, fps: 23.976, 3D: false
2021-05-27 19:18:37.519 T:7756 DEBUG <general>: [WHITELIST] Searching for an exact resolution with an exact refresh rate
2021-05-27 19:18:37.524 T:7756 DEBUG <general>: [WHITELIST] Matched an exact resolution with an exact refresh rate Generic PnP Monitor #1: 3840x2160 @ 23.98Hz (207)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.526 T:7756 INFO <general>: Display resolution ADJUST : Generic PnP Monitor #1: 3840x2160 @ 23.98Hz (207) (weight: 0.000)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.529 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: CWinSystemWin32::SetFullScreen: (windowed fullscreen) with size 3840x2160, refresh 23.976023
2021-05-27 19:18:37.529 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::ReleaseBackBuffer: release buffers.
2021-05-27 19:18:37.530 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::SetFullScreen: switching from (1920 x 1080) to (3840 x 2160)
2021-05-27 19:18:37.530 T:7832 DEBUG <general>: DX:Big GrineviceResources::SetFullScreen: switching done.
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#21
hi, i have a gtx1030, ddr5 card, dell xps8500, 6gb ram and also had problems. I had tearing and stutters until I figured out only use one monitor at a time. i am using a jvc projector 1080p (24hz) and pc monitor ( which can't do 24hz, only 60hz). Try windows+p and change to only TV/Projector only and see if that solves the problem.
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#22
(2021-06-24, 00:11)arch845 Wrote: I figured out only use one monitor at a time.
Nice tip, especially if the monitors have different cycle, and resolutions. No point in filling up limited gfx memory with odd frames not to mention the burden on the gfx processor.
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#23
(2021-06-24, 00:11)arch845 Wrote: hi, i have a gtx1030, ddr5 card, dell xps8500, 6gb ram and also had problems. I had tearing and stutters until I figured out only use one monitor at a time. i am using a jvc projector 1080p (24hz) and pc monitor ( which can't do 24hz, only 60hz). Try windows+p and change to only TV/Projector only and see if that solves the problem.
There is only one device connected. (HTPC -> AV-Receiver -> TV)
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