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23.976 FPS mkv files in 24 FPS mode experience judder/stutter every 40 seconds

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  • Severity:
    Major
  • Version:
    1.0.3.17064
  • Operating System:
    Boxee Box
  • Number of attachments:
    0

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23.976 FPS mkv files have a judder/stutter effect (dropped frame, frame skip) every 40 seconds or so. I have a Samsung plasma with Cinema Smooth enabled(4:4 pulldown 96 hz) and I notice this with all 23.976 mkv files. The same files play without 40 second judder/stutter in the same mode on WDTV Live.

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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
Not that this was intended to be fixed, but this is still an issue with firmware 1.0.3.16996
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - Not that this was intended to be fixed, but this is still an issue with firmware 1.0.3.16996
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment -
I can confirm the issue - it is exactly as Lee described. I experience this on a Samsung Series 6 LED TV with all MKVs that I have that are at 23.976 fps .
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment - I can confirm the issue - it is exactly as Lee described. I experience this on a Samsung Series 6 LED TV with all MKVs that I have that are at 23.976 fps .
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited
It would be great if this problem would be acknowledged in some way by someone from boxee. This is an extremely annoying problem that affects a huge number of mkv. Proper 24p output should be a high priority.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited It would be great if this problem would be acknowledged in some way by someone from boxee. This is an extremely annoying problem that affects a huge number of mkv. Proper 24p output should be a high priority.
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment - - edited
I have now tried all of my 23.976 MKVs and all of them have the problem, so this is systematic. I have a WDTV Live and an ACRyan MP here and they are fine. Please fix this!
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment - - edited I have now tried all of my 23.976 MKVs and all of them have the problem, so this is systematic. I have a WDTV Live and an ACRyan MP here and they are fine. Please fix this!
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
I've tried to reproduce this issue with two tv sets;
Samsung plasma c7700
Samsung LED c8000

I'm playing a 23.976 mkv, the screen switch to 24p mode. I don't see any issues.
Do I have to set any special options on the TV to see that?
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - I've tried to reproduce this issue with two tv sets; Samsung plasma c7700 Samsung LED c8000 I'm playing a 23.976 mkv, the screen switch to 24p mode. I don't see any issues. Do I have to set any special options on the TV to see that?
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited
I am guessing that you are using the default enabled processing options on those displays that create interpolated frames to reduce judder and make smoother transition between frames also known as "Soap Opera effect" instead of outputting native frames.

disable MJC (motion judder canceler) in the c7700 menu and select Cinema Smooth

disable or turn off Auto Motion Plus on the c8000
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited I am guessing that you are using the default enabled processing options on those displays that create interpolated frames to reduce judder and make smoother transition between frames also known as "Soap Opera effect" instead of outputting native frames. disable MJC (motion judder canceler) in the c7700 menu and select Cinema Smooth disable or turn off Auto Motion Plus on the c8000
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment -
I have disabled / enabled all smoothing controls (100hz judder / stutter reduction, LED Motion Plus) on my Samsung 55c6200 LCD TV to no avail. Definitely these motion enhancers cannot make the problem go unnoticable.
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Tobias Knostmann added a comment - I have disabled / enabled all smoothing controls (100hz judder / stutter reduction, LED Motion Plus) on my Samsung 55c6200 LCD TV to no avail. Definitely these motion enhancers cannot make the problem go unnoticable.
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Kevin Sartori added a comment -
Interesting! Your problem is the opposite that I have. 23.976 files play perfectly, but 24.000 material stutters every forty seconds. I know that the problem is not with my Vizio HDTV, because I was previously using a WDTV Live HD with a custom firmware that had an Autores feature. It was able to successfully change the mode to 1080p23.976 or 1080p24 and I never experienced playback stutter on 23.976 or 24.000 material. I just created a ticket for the problem here:

http://jira.boxee.tv/browse/BOXEE-8002
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Kevin Sartori added a comment - Interesting! Your problem is the opposite that I have. 23.976 files play perfectly, but 24.000 material stutters every forty seconds. I know that the problem is not with my Vizio HDTV, because I was previously using a WDTV Live HD with a custom firmware that had an Autores feature. It was able to successfully change the mode to 1080p23.976 or 1080p24 and I never experienced playback stutter on 23.976 or 24.000 material. I just created a ticket for the problem here: http://jira.boxee.tv/browse/BOXEE-8002
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
Lee Yuhas,

I'm not using any frame interpolation on the TV. Can you please provide a media info for the file?
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - Lee Yuhas, I'm not using any frame interpolation on the TV. Can you please provide a media info for the file?
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
Here is an example, but I experience this with all mkv at 23.976

\Die.Hard.2.1990.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264.mkv
Format : Matroska
File size : 7.82 GiB
Duration : 2h 3mn
Overall bit rate : 9 073 Kbps
Movie name : Die Hard 2 (1990)
Encoded date : UTC 2008-03-29 23:17:08
Writing application : mkvmerge v2.0.2 ('You're My Flame') built on Feb 21 2007 23:40:55
Writing library : libebml v0.7.7 + libmatroska v0.8.1
Cover : Yes / Yes / Yes

Video
ID : 1
Format : AVC
Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
Format profile : High@L5.1
Format settings, CABAC : Yes
Format settings, ReFrames : 4 frames
Format settings, GOP : N=1
Codec ID : V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
Duration : 2h 3mn
Bit rate : 7 480 Kbps
Width : 1 280 pixels
Height : 544 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 2.35:1
Frame rate : 23.976 fps
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.448
Stream size : 6.29 GiB (80%)
Writing library : x264 core 58 git-0
Encoding settings : cabac=1 / ref=4 / deblock=1:-3:-3 / analyse=0x3:0x133 / me=hex / subme=7 / me-prepass=0 / brdo=1 / mixed_ref=1 / me_range=16 / chroma_me=1 / trellis=0 / 8x8dct=1 / cqm=2 / deadzone=6,6 / chroma_qp_offset=0 / threads=6 / nr=0 / decimate=1 / mbaff=0 / bframes=3 / b_pyramid=1 / b_adapt=1 / b_bias=0 / direct=1 / wpredb=1 / bime=1 / keyint=250 / keyint_min=25 / scenecut=40(pre) / rc=2pass / bitrate=7480 / ratetol=1.0 / rceq='blurCplx^(1-qComp)' / qcomp=1.00 / qpmin=10 / qpmax=51 / qpstep=4 / cplxblur=20.0 / qblur=0.5 / ip_ratio=1.40 / pb_ratio=1.30 / aq=1:0.5:15.0
Language : English

Audio #1
ID : 2
Format : DTS
Format/Info : Digital Theater Systems
Codec ID : A_DTS
Duration : 2h 3mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 1 510 Kbps
Channel(s) : 6 channels
Channel positions : Front: L C R, Side: L R, LFE
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 24 bits
Compression mode : Lossy
Stream size : 1.30 GiB (17%)
Language : English

Audio #2
ID : 3
Format : Vorbis
Format settings, Floor : 1
Codec ID : A_VORBIS
Duration : 2h 3mn
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 82.4 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Compression mode : Lossy
Stream size : 72.7 MiB (1%)
Title : Commentary
Writing library : libVorbis 1.1.1/1.1.2 (UTC 2005-03-04)
Language : English

Text #1
ID : 4
Format : ASS
Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS
Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha
Compression mode : Lossless
Language : English

Text #2
ID : 5
Format : ASS
Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS
Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha
Compression mode : Lossless
Language : Finnish

Text #3
ID : 6
Format : ASS
Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS
Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha
Compression mode : Lossless
Language : Romanian
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - Here is an example, but I experience this with all mkv at 23.976 \Die.Hard.2.1990.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264.mkv Format : Matroska File size : 7.82 GiB Duration : 2h 3mn Overall bit rate : 9 073 Kbps Movie name : Die Hard 2 (1990) Encoded date : UTC 2008-03-29 23:17:08 Writing application : mkvmerge v2.0.2 ('You're My Flame') built on Feb 21 2007 23:40:55 Writing library : libebml v0.7.7 + libmatroska v0.8.1 Cover : Yes / Yes / Yes Video ID : 1 Format : AVC Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec Format profile : High@L5.1 Format settings, CABAC : Yes Format settings, ReFrames : 4 frames Format settings, GOP : N=1 Codec ID : V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC Duration : 2h 3mn Bit rate : 7 480 Kbps Width : 1 280 pixels Height : 544 pixels Display aspect ratio : 2.35:1 Frame rate : 23.976 fps Color space : YUV Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0 Bit depth : 8 bits Scan type : Progressive Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.448 Stream size : 6.29 GiB (80%) Writing library : x264 core 58 git-0 Encoding settings : cabac=1 / ref=4 / deblock=1:-3:-3 / analyse=0x3:0x133 / me=hex / subme=7 / me-prepass=0 / brdo=1 / mixed_ref=1 / me_range=16 / chroma_me=1 / trellis=0 / 8x8dct=1 / cqm=2 / deadzone=6,6 / chroma_qp_offset=0 / threads=6 / nr=0 / decimate=1 / mbaff=0 / bframes=3 / b_pyramid=1 / b_adapt=1 / b_bias=0 / direct=1 / wpredb=1 / bime=1 / keyint=250 / keyint_min=25 / scenecut=40(pre) / rc=2pass / bitrate=7480 / ratetol=1.0 / rceq='blurCplx^(1-qComp)' / qcomp=1.00 / qpmin=10 / qpmax=51 / qpstep=4 / cplxblur=20.0 / qblur=0.5 / ip_ratio=1.40 / pb_ratio=1.30 / aq=1:0.5:15.0 Language : English Audio #1 ID : 2 Format : DTS Format/Info : Digital Theater Systems Codec ID : A_DTS Duration : 2h 3mn Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 1 510 Kbps Channel(s) : 6 channels Channel positions : Front: L C R, Side: L R, LFE Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz Bit depth : 24 bits Compression mode : Lossy Stream size : 1.30 GiB (17%) Language : English Audio #2 ID : 3 Format : Vorbis Format settings, Floor : 1 Codec ID : A_VORBIS Duration : 2h 3mn Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 82.4 Kbps Channel(s) : 2 channels Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz Compression mode : Lossy Stream size : 72.7 MiB (1%) Title : Commentary Writing library : libVorbis 1.1.1/1.1.2 (UTC 2005-03-04) Language : English Text #1 ID : 4 Format : ASS Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha Compression mode : Lossless Language : English Text #2 ID : 5 Format : ASS Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha Compression mode : Lossless Language : Finnish Text #3 ID : 6 Format : ASS Codec ID : S_TEXT/ASS Codec ID/Info : Advanced Sub Station Alpha Compression mode : Lossless Language : Romanian
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
My theory is that with certain configurations, the Boxee incorrectly outputs 23.976 at 24 or 24 at 23.976. That would exactly explain the 40 second timing for the frame stutters. If I rewind, the frame stutter is never at the same frame location, but always happens every 40 seconds. I am not sure how the Boxee Box determines what frame rate to output, but I am wondering if the output can be match forced if it is actually being negotiated currently.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - My theory is that with certain configurations, the Boxee incorrectly outputs 23.976 at 24 or 24 at 23.976. That would exactly explain the 40 second timing for the frame stutters. If I rewind, the frame stutter is never at the same frame location, but always happens every 40 seconds. I am not sure how the Boxee Box determines what frame rate to output, but I am wondering if the output can be match forced if it is actually being negotiated currently.
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
Here is how it work:
When we detect TV refresh rates we ignore 24p and only save 23.976p. So if boxee reports 1080 24p this really means 1080 23.976p.
In order to determine the right refresh rate we measure a 1-2 seconds from clip and then switch to the right refresh rate (if the option is selected in the settings menu).
We don't rely on the information on the file header since it's not always accurate. This can explain why "real" 24p movies stutter every 40 seconds, but not why 23.976 does.

I'm wondering whether your clips report 23.976 but are actually 24p?
You can test the real fps:
Connect a USB keyboard to the box. While playing a clip press ALT+I. This will show an information dialog. The 4th line has the fps information. This is the real fps measured by the rendering system. Please report this here.
According to my tests, 23.976 will report 23.974-23.981 and 24p will report 23.810-24.390
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - Here is how it work: When we detect TV refresh rates we ignore 24p and only save 23.976p. So if boxee reports 1080 24p this really means 1080 23.976p. In order to determine the right refresh rate we measure a 1-2 seconds from clip and then switch to the right refresh rate (if the option is selected in the settings menu). We don't rely on the information on the file header since it's not always accurate. This can explain why "real" 24p movies stutter every 40 seconds, but not why 23.976 does. I'm wondering whether your clips report 23.976 but are actually 24p? You can test the real fps: Connect a USB keyboard to the box. While playing a clip press ALT+I. This will show an information dialog. The 4th line has the fps information. This is the real fps measured by the rendering system. Please report this here. According to my tests, 23.976 will report 23.974-23.981 and 24p will report 23.810-24.390
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited
I have now tested dozens of my movies all of which are 23.976 and found that by pressing ALT+I that all of them are being reported as 23.810-24.390 which is incorrect. This would mean that since the Boxee Box incorrectly thinks that they are all 24p it is switching to 24p instead of 23.976p. That explains why I experience 40 second stutter on my entire collection. There is something wrong with the rendering system measurements which is causing the incorrect output.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - - edited I have now tested dozens of my movies all of which are 23.976 and found that by pressing ALT+I that all of them are being reported as 23.810-24.390 which is incorrect. This would mean that since the Boxee Box incorrectly thinks that they are all 24p it is switching to 24p instead of 23.976p. That explains why I experience 40 second stutter on my entire collection. There is something wrong with the rendering system measurements which is causing the incorrect output.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
I would also like to note that when playing back these files on my computer, the real time video renderer data correctly displays the framerate as steady 23.976. The problem is not the files.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - I would also like to note that when playing back these files on my computer, the real time video renderer data correctly displays the framerate as steady 23.976. The problem is not the files.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
Also, if I understand you correctly Eli, if the display mode on the Boxee Box is set to 1080p 24 and the option to match framerate is disabled then by default it should output 23.976 but I am uncertain if that is true. I am experiencing the 40 second stutter with the match framerate option both enabled and disabled.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - Also, if I understand you correctly Eli, if the display mode on the Boxee Box is set to 1080p 24 and the option to match framerate is disabled then by default it should output 23.976 but I am uncertain if that is true. I am experiencing the 40 second stutter with the match framerate option both enabled and disabled.
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
The match frame rate option can affect the playback if not set correctly since the internal renderer will sync to the tv. assuming the file is 24 and not 23.976 this can explain your issue. There also might be a problem with box. Once the true 24 will fixed (supporting 24p and not just 23.976) you'll be able to test it.

Which player are you using on the pc? Is it connected to the same tv?

If you can post a sample from the movie I can test it.

-- Posted from Bugbox for iPhone
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - The match frame rate option can affect the playback if not set correctly since the internal renderer will sync to the tv. assuming the file is 24 and not 23.976 this can explain your issue. There also might be a problem with box. Once the true 24 will fixed (supporting 24p and not just 23.976) you'll be able to test it. Which player are you using on the pc? Is it connected to the same tv? If you can post a sample from the movie I can test it. -- Posted from Bugbox for iPhone
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
Interesting... I am wondering now if the renderer is not syncing properly in my HDMI chain. I am passing through an Onkyo 707 receiver. I know the receiver can pass through 23.976 but it may be only telling the Boxee that it supports 24. Keep in mind that it is not an isolated file that is a problem but all 23.976 files. I will try connecting directly to the TV and see if that works, but if it works then that is not an ideal solution. There needs to be a way to force output between 23.976 and 24. It would be ideal if it can switch automatically, but it may not be possible with certain types of receivers and tvs. I will continue to do more testing and post updates. I also have another Boxee Box so I will see if that works which would help identify if my other Boxee Box has a hardware problem.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - Interesting... I am wondering now if the renderer is not syncing properly in my HDMI chain. I am passing through an Onkyo 707 receiver. I know the receiver can pass through 23.976 but it may be only telling the Boxee that it supports 24. Keep in mind that it is not an isolated file that is a problem but all 23.976 files. I will try connecting directly to the TV and see if that works, but if it works then that is not an ideal solution. There needs to be a way to force output between 23.976 and 24. It would be ideal if it can switch automatically, but it may not be possible with certain types of receivers and tvs. I will continue to do more testing and post updates. I also have another Boxee Box so I will see if that works which would help identify if my other Boxee Box has a hardware problem.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
After doing some testing, I have concluded that the problem is between the Boxee Box and my Onkyo 707 receiver. My 23.976 files play stutter free when the Boxee Box is directly connected to the TV. I know for certain that the Onkyo 707 can successfully pass through 23.976 because I had never had problems with that configuration with my WDTV Live media player which forced output. It appears there is a sync or handshake issue.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - After doing some testing, I have concluded that the problem is between the Boxee Box and my Onkyo 707 receiver. My 23.976 files play stutter free when the Boxee Box is directly connected to the TV. I know for certain that the Onkyo 707 can successfully pass through 23.976 because I had never had problems with that configuration with my WDTV Live media player which forced output. It appears there is a sync or handshake issue.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
So I am not sure why 23.976 works using my WDTV Live through my receiver to my TV but not from the Boxee Box. I have found a hidden setting on my receiver that disables all video processing and that does successfully allow the receiver to pass through the 23.976 to my TV without stutter. Unfortunately that setting resets every time I turn the receiver off. Onkyo support has provided no assistance and basically told me to pound sand because they have never heard of anyone having problems with 23.976 and their receivers.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - So I am not sure why 23.976 works using my WDTV Live through my receiver to my TV but not from the Boxee Box. I have found a hidden setting on my receiver that disables all video processing and that does successfully allow the receiver to pass through the 23.976 to my TV without stutter. Unfortunately that setting resets every time I turn the receiver off. Onkyo support has provided no assistance and basically told me to pound sand because they have never heard of anyone having problems with 23.976 and their receivers.
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
Can you please upload two debug logs - one with the box connected directly to the tv and one through the receiver. I want to see the resolutions and refresh rate reported.

-- Posted from Bugbox for iPhone
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - Can you please upload two debug logs - one with the box connected directly to the tv and one through the receiver. I want to see the resolutions and refresh rate reported. -- Posted from Bugbox for iPhone
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
1297463586.2528 is log from connected through receiver with 40 second stutter
1297464592.2482 is log from connected to tv directly with no stutter
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - 1297463586.2528 is log from connected through receiver with 40 second stutter 1297464592.2482 is log from connected to tv directly with no stutter
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
I have uploaded a sample named BOXEE-7868.mkv to the incoming directory on your ftp server.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - I have uploaded a sample named BOXEE-7868.mkv to the incoming directory on your ftp server.
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment -
What FPS does the box report when connected through the receiver and directly to TV? (use the "i"key to see this)
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Eli Semory [Boxee] added a comment - What FPS does the box report when connected through the receiver and directly to TV? (use the "i"key to see this)
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment -
I get the same results with every file that I try. They are all 23.976 and they report 23.810-24.390 connected through my receiver with and without disabling the processor and also directly connected to the TV.
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mrjohnyblaze added a comment - I get the same results with every file that I try. They are all 23.976 and they report 23.810-24.390 connected through my receiver with and without disabling the processor and also directly connected to the TV.
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Ron van Zuylen added a comment - - edited
I see a very similar problem as well, somewhat randomly, on my H.264 High Profile encodes to .mp4/.m4v with my Sony 52XBR4. But it's a lot more than just every 40 seconds. I can sometimes "fix" it if I skip or rewind... or pause/resume. (Which I assume causes Boxee to "re-detect" the content sometimes.) I can also trigger it the same way, if it's playing smoothly. This is 24 (aka 23.976) FPS content I encode from BD based sources using Handbrake and it's "Same as source" setting for Framerate... which results in 23.976 fps content (in a VFR stream). The header says (via MediaInfo):

Frame rate: 23.976 fps
Minimum frame rate: 23.419 fps
Maximum frame rat: 24.390 fps

This plays perfectly fine on all other devices I have... very smoothly. But not on Boxee all the time, especially if I start jumping around.

There is a workaround, however. If I set the Handbrake Frame Rate specifically to 23.976 instead of "Same as source", which I shouldn't have to do, the content plays perfectly smoothly with Boxee. In this case, it's not a VFR stream... and MediaInfo says:

Frame rate: 23.976 fps
Minimum frame rate: 23.974 fps
Maximum frame rate: 23.981 fps

I hope this gets fixed soon. It's quite annoying, and I have no interest in hard-wiring Handbrake's FPS, or re-encoding some of my fine previous encodes. Boxee isn't playing nice with the default in Handbrake?
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Ron van Zuylen added a comment - - edited I see a very similar problem as well, somewhat randomly, on my H.264 High Profile encodes to .mp4/.m4v with my Sony 52XBR4. But it's a lot more than just every 40 seconds. I can sometimes "fix" it if I skip or rewind... or pause/resume. (Which I assume causes Boxee to "re-detect" the content sometimes.) I can also trigger it the same way, if it's playing smoothly. This is 24 (aka 23.976) FPS content I encode from BD based sources using Handbrake and it's "Same as source" setting for Framerate... which results in 23.976 fps content (in a VFR stream). The header says (via MediaInfo): Frame rate: 23.976 fps Minimum frame rate: 23.419 fps Maximum frame rat: 24.390 fps This plays perfectly fine on all other devices I have... very smoothly. But not on Boxee all the time, especially if I start jumping around. There is a workaround, however. If I set the Handbrake Frame Rate specifically to 23.976 instead of "Same as source", which I shouldn't have to do, the content plays perfectly smoothly with Boxee. In this case, it's not a VFR stream... and MediaInfo says: Frame rate: 23.976 fps Minimum frame rate: 23.974 fps Maximum frame rate: 23.981 fps I hope this gets fixed soon. It's quite annoying, and I have no interest in hard-wiring Handbrake's FPS, or re-encoding some of my fine previous encodes. Boxee isn't playing nice with the default in Handbrake?
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Michael Dutcheshen added a comment -
I am having a problem similar to mrjohnyblaze with my Onkyo TX-SR608 reciever. When 1080p24 is enabled some files skip and others have a lip sync issue. Setting the boxee box to standard 1080p does not give me these issues.
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Michael Dutcheshen added a comment - I am having a problem similar to mrjohnyblaze with my Onkyo TX-SR608 reciever. When 1080p24 is enabled some files skip and others have a lip sync issue. Setting the boxee box to standard 1080p does not give me these issues.
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Rafael Mizrahi [Boxee] added a comment -
This appears to be fixed in version 1.1.0.17945
If this same issue happens again, please open a new issue.
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Rafael Mizrahi [Boxee] added a comment - This appears to be fixed in version 1.1.0.17945 If this same issue happens again, please open a new issue.

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