- September 1, 2008
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You may find that skip steps work better. This is certainly my experience across videos and TV. I don't use MP for music.#4 Got a clear and easy report of inserting a music cd, hit fast-forward, hit play and reset to zero instead of playing from that particular point.
Also going 1 time fast forward and 1 time backwards won't solve it and still can't playback from that point, in this case the timing gets all messed up.
@hwahrmann any thoughts?
Could you not simply use an alternative codec which supports DXVA for TV. For example, you have the Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder and CyberLink Video/SP Decoder codecs installed. Why not try using them? Also, I suggest you try using them for BD playback as well. Just because one codec (LAV) gives problems with BD playback when DXVA is enabled doesn't mean others will.Also about quicksync I tried to get an as good as example as I could... it's a mild form but still stutters and sound out of sync. Changed channels a few times, saw the stutters a few times, even going back the same channel sometimes it's gone, sometimes it's there but once it's there it won't go away till you change channels and it looks like the stutters and sync problems worsen over time. In this case I let it play the TV stream for about a minute before I closed MP down to make a log. These stutters are gone with DXVA2 but obviously I can't use that due blu-ray problems... it's one thing or the other. If you can't find it/see it i might try to find a more severe stutter some time when I got more time on my hands.