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publicmsu 10-29-06 07:30 PM

Xine and 8776 X86_64
I'm attempting to run xine -V xvmc on a 1080i stream, however the console spits out BAD FRAME and xine will eventually crash. The video is not very smooth when I start xine with xvmc, and works a lot better with xv. Is there a way to determine if the driver is causing problems with playback on xvmc?


netllama 10-29-06 07:37 PM

Re: Xine and 8776 X86_64
Does this reproduce with mplayer and/or the 1.0-9626 driver? Additionally, please generate and attach an nvidia-bug-report.log.


publicmsu 10-30-06 12:12 PM

Re: Xine and 8776 X86_64
Tested in mplayer and the HD playback is perfect. I'll look into xine in this case.


Rick Bilonick 11-06-06 11:09 PM

Re: Xine and 8776 X86_64
I installed 8776 on an Athlon 64-bit system running FC6. I had a difficult time installing nvidia's proprietary drivers (never had a problem with FC3, FC4, or FC5). I finally got it installed - I'm not sure whether adding a symlink from autoconf.h to config.h was the solution (I also tried installing the kmod-nvidia & related modules and then removed them due to repeadted nasty freezes of X11). I used to be able to play HDTV .ts streams perfectly. Now if I use xine, mplayer, or kaffeine, I get very nasty freezes - so bad that I can't ctrl alt F1 to a consol - my only option is to reboot.

Has anyone else run into this problem? How can I test the accelerated graphics? When I start xine, mplayer, or kaffeine, the high def vidio starts nicely but eventually (and quickly) freezes the X11 display. This worked perfectly under FC5. My FC6 is completely updated.

Rick B.

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