Hello, i have paired my vero 4k+ to bluetooth speakers, however i can not get normal audio output. There seems to be huge lag/interruptions while outputing sound. What is the problem?
Have you installed a2dp?
Yes I did
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Depending on the used skin you have to set the settings-level to standard or higher, in summary:
enable debug logging at settings->system->logging
reboot the OSMC device
reproduce the issue
upload the log set either using the
Log Uploadermethod within the My OSMC menu in the GUI or the
sshmethod invoking command
publish the provided URL from the log set upload, here
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Thank you for such a quick reply
Here is the log: https://paste.osmc.tv/wogoxoxaju
Do you have the same issue with local playback?
PulseAudio has buffer bloat. As a result, there’s significant lag when playing video. The main use case for now is audio streaming. This is why this still remains experimental
We are working on some improvements
Yes I have the same problem in every content .in fact even menu sounds are laging very much. So basically it is useless right now? Because it is impossible to listen even to music?
It’s totally fine to listen to music, doing that all the time. The delay is <1s so would not impact any constant audio play. If the delay in the navigation sounds distract you suggest to disable navigation sounds. Alternative is to you audio switching addon so you just use pulseaudio when you want to listen via Bluetooth.
When I do still have some sort of bug because playback is very choppy not only laggy. No way to listen to anything any ideas what could I do?
Ok, surely two different problems. Laggy is a know issue, choppy should not happen unless either the pulseaudio buffers are getting messed up or something eats the CPU.
- Does this only happens when you playback via bluetooth or also when you playback via HDMI (using the pulseaudio sink)?
- Are you using wired or wifi network?
It happens via Bluetooth. HDMI is all good. I am using WiFi.
Would you be able to temporary use wired to test if that has an impact?
I have tried wired, however same issue. I have tried pairing another Bluetooth speaker - now it works but as Sam mentioned with a second delay. Guess that’s some compatibility issue with my first Bluetooth speaker causing that choppy sound.