[confirm] TV stuttering (1 Viewer)

me1

Portal Pro
March 21, 2008
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Germany Germany
MediaPortal Version: 1.2alpha
MediaPortal Skin: blue3wide
Windows Version: vista 32 sp2
CPU Type: e8400
HDD: WD AV-GP 2TB
Memory: 4gb
Motherboard: asus P5KE-WiFi
Video Card: ati 4650
Video Card Driver: 10.9
Sound Card: ati hdmi
Sound Card AC3:
Sound Card Driver: realtek 2.49
1. TV Card: de floppy-dtv
1. TV Card Type: dvb-s2
1. TV Card Driver: 5.7
2. TV Card: fire-dtv
2. TV Card Type: dvb-s2
2. TV Card Driver: 5.7
3. TV Card:
3. TV Card Type:
3. TV Card Driver:
4. TV Card:
4. TV Card Type:
4. TV Card Driver:
MPEG2 Video Codec: pdvd9
MPEG2 Audio Codec: ac3filter
h.264 Video Codec: pdvd10
Satelite/CableTV Provider: 19.2 astra
HTPC Case: silverstone cw03
Cooling:
Power Supply:
Remote: mce
TV: sony kdl 46x4500
TV - HTPC Connection: hdmi

After watching tv a while some heavy stutter occur.
It seemes to happen only on SD channels.
I am always able to "work around" by pressing pause and continue. For the current channel it does not happen again - until the channel is changed.

I added the logs - but to me the only regarding messages looks like this (tsreader.log):
19-01-2011 21:09:05.685 [1034]Vid/Ref : 10128.603, Late P-frame(05), Compensated = 1068.241 ( 0.800 A/V buffers=00/02), Clk : 1067.440674, State 2
19-01-2011 21:09:06.590 [1034]Demux : Audio to render 0.115 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:13.467 [b94]Demux : Video to render 0.490 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:13.530 [1034]Demux : Video to render 0.479 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:16.567 [b94]Demux : Audio to render 0.113 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:19.639 [b94]Demux : Audio to render 0.107 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:26.244 [b94]Demux : Video to render 0.440 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:26.643 [b94]Demux : Video to render 0.392 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:26.815 [1034]Demux : Audio to render 0.099 Sec
19-01-2011 21:09:26.815 [1034]Demux : Audio to render too late= 0.099 Sec, rendering will be paused for a while
19-01-2011 21:09:26.833 [4ec]Pause 200mS renderer clock to match provider/RTSP clock...
19-01-2011 21:09:26.834 [4ec]CTsReaderFilter::pause() - IsTimeShifting = 1 - state = 2
19-01-2011 21:09:26.834 [4ec]CTsReaderFilter::pause() - END - state = 1
19-01-2011 21:09:26.877 [1034]Vid/Ref : 10149.483, Late I-frame(02), Compensated = 1089.121 ( 0.528 A/V buffers=00/01), Clk : 1088.592773, State 1
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Any ideas to fix that? May be it is possible to wait for some ms after channel change? May be to be configured per channel?

Thanks in advance
 

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