Tv enregistrée - image qui se fige lors des discontinuités

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  1. spontex

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    Bonjour,
    J'utilise MediaPortal 1.1.2 et SAF v5 débloqué (config. codecs recommandée par SAF).
    Quand je regarde des enregistrements TV (généralement venant de chaînes TNT HD), en cas de discontinuités dans le flux, MP se fige et je suis obligé d'utiliser la flèche vers la droite pour avancer de 15 secondes. Là, ça repart après la discontinuité.
    Ci-joint les logs. Dans TSreader, on voit les discontinuités.

    Merci d'avance pour vos idées !


     
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