[Pending] Late dynamic refreshrate changer or fps detection without mediainfo (1 Viewer)

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    gibman

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    I would say threading and how to manage them correctly is really hard, more so for inexperienced devs.
    you can even read big books on this subject matter alone.

    so I think it's a very good idea to have someone experienced to look at it.

    but if you start looking at manualreset events (MRE) etc. then there lots of examples in our codebase.
    google probably has a few articles also :)

    just remember MRE implements IDisposable, so you have to take this into account also.

    /gibman
     

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    not quite related, but will MP get it's own audio renderer that can speed up audio/video so you can play 23.96fps movies at 24 or 25fps and play 24 fps movies at 25fps ?
     

    Holzi

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    not quite related, but will MP get it's own audio renderer that can speed up audio/video so you can play 23.96fps movies at 24 or 25fps and play 24 fps movies at 25fps ?
    That should be already possible with MediaPortal Audio Renderer? -> https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/mediaportal-audio-renderer.107316/
    + fixed for MP 1.3.0 BETA -> https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/collection-of-audio-renderer-fixes-for-1-3-0-beta.109738/ :)

    Refresh rate and FPS mismatch

    Like Reclock, MediaPortal Audio renderer is able to speed up / down the playback speed of the media to make the media fps to match the dispay refresh rate or it's whole number multiplier.
     
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