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Old 09-21-2004, 12:24 PM   #1
tho_x_tran
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Xine SPDIF audio delayed when enter DVD menu mode


I have strange issue with Xine surround audio. If I let Xine plays non-interactively after it starts, everything is fine. But if I try to enter the DVD menu (key F2) or skip a chapter (Page Up/Down) then the audio output from the SPDIF is quite a bit delayed compared with the analog audio coming out to my PC speakers, causing a very bad echo effect.

I have MPLAYER installed as well and it does not have this problem. So it is not a sound driver issue, but is rather Xine issue.

My config:

xine-lib-1rc6a
xine-gui 0.99.2
Nforce2 audio (from NVIDIA NFORCE-Linux-x86-1.0-0283-pkg1.run)
(in modprobe.conf, I have: alias sound-slot-0 nvsound)
Fedora Core 3 Test 1 (2.6.7-1.478)
 
  


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