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Bug #4596

Pausing in live-tv modus causes screenfreeze.

Added by bas t almost 4 years ago. Updated almost 4 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
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Category:
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Target version:
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Start date:
2017-09-15
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Found in version:
release 4.2
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Description

Hi,
running 4.2.3-39~ge195d1845, I experience frequent screenfreezes after pausing or skipping forward or backward in live tv modus. When trying to get back to play after pausing or skipping, audio continues as it should but picture freezes.

To complicate things a bit more: it only happens when I'm tuned to National Geographic Channel HD (provider: Ziggo dvb-c in the Netherlands).
All other channels that I in fact use seem to behave correctly, so picture and audio get in sync after pausing or skipping in live tv.

My frontend is Kodi Krypton, compiled from source (latest version) on a Ubuntu 16.04 system.

I'm clueless as to what causes this behaviour, not even sure the root cause is in tvheadend.

If you can, please help. Should you need some special debug log, please point me to what you need.

Regards,
Tycho.

History

#1

Updated by Anonymous almost 4 years ago

Tested this channel with 4.3-451~gc0c6d0c25 and ubuntu 17.04, without any problems.

Versions > 4.3-451~gc0c6d0c25, are totaly crashed..

bas t wrote:

Hi,
running 4.2.3-39~ge195d1845, I experience frequent screenfreezes after pausing or skipping forward or backward in live tv modus. When trying to get back to play after pausing or skipping, audio continues as it should but picture freezes.

To complicate things a bit more: it only happens when I'm tuned to National Geographic Channel HD (provider: Ziggo dvb-c in the Netherlands).
All other channels that I in fact use seem to behave correctly, so picture and audio get in sync after pausing or skipping in live tv.

My frontend is Kodi Krypton, compiled from source (latest version) on a Ubuntu 16.04 system.

I'm clueless as to what causes this behaviour, not even sure the root cause is in tvheadend.

If you can, please help. Should you need some special debug log, please point me to what you need.

Regards,
Tycho.

#2

Updated by bas t almost 4 years ago

John Törnblom
please don't hijack the topic.
Your comment did not reflect in any way on my issue. Moreover, it does not point to a solution.

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