I’m using two OSMC ‘DVB-T2/DVB-C TV’ dongles and a powered USB 3 hub on my Vero 4k+, acting as both a server and a client.
My playback (and recordings) all seem to be jerky - they look like they speed up and then slow down, regularly, each second, so any movement looks awful (especially sports).
Any ideas? I’ve tried all sorts of settings over the last few days, but I’m just getting lost in it all now…!
Thanks (in advance)!
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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 twice(!)
reproduce the issue
upload the log set (all configs and logs!) either using the
Log Uploader method within the My OSMC menu in the GUI or the
ssh method invoking command
publish the provided URL from the log set upload, here
Thanks for your understanding. We hope that we can help you get up and running again shortly.
OSMC skin screenshot:
(or that’s what the Log Uploader screen shows - I have no idea whether that’s what I’m supposed to provide, or if I’m supposed to do something else now… the instructions are a little confusing for me, and that URL gives me a whole lot of nothing when I try to access it!).
I’ve corrected your link.
You need to let Vero output video in the resolution and refreshrate of the video stream. As a minimum:
- set your GUI resolution to 1920x1080 50hz
- set Settings->Player->Videos->Adjust display refresh rate to ‘On start/stop’ - You will still get 4k video playing as 4k.
That should fix things but you may have a better experience using the whitelist so that SDTV plays in its native resolution. For that have a look here.
Awesome shout. Thank you!
I’d pretty much got there just after you’d posted (I’ve been annoying my wife and kids, playing around with the TV and Vero constantly all morning) but it gave me the confidence that I was now working along the right lines, as I’d mis-used the whitelist (thinking the highlighting worked in reverse!).
All now working perfectly in time for the wife to watch her nation’s rugby team (and hog the TV).