Have you tried sharing the drive in Windoze 10 and accessing it via SMB (Samba) instead of NFS?
The LE magic crystal ball is currently showing 404.
1) What hardware?
2) What release?
3) Where are the logs?
4) Where is the video? USB, NFS, SMB, UPnP, Online, Pixie cloud?
5) What type of video is it? MP4, MKV, TS, AVI and what codec AVC1. MPEG, X264, X265, DD (Dodgy Download)?
6) Can you provide a snippet of the movie (if legal) where the movie froze?
The current information provided, is as useful as a chocolate Pi.
I'm using a Logitech F710 successfully on V7.90.007 which I believe is similar to Xbox controller. No idea if it works with Moonlight.
Firstly I would try with "Normal" CPU settings not "HIgh" just in case that is affecting it
Next remove device_tree_overlay=overlays/hifiberry-dac.dtbo
For my RPi3 and Digi my config has this: (Yes I know they are different H/W) Obviously change digi to dac. It might work.
Yes sure, thats why i'm wondering about the stutter.
This is the info on 1 of them:Media InfoVideoCodecH264
Bit depth8 bit
Sample rate48000 Hz
Bit depth24 bit
TitleEng DTS 5.1 Default
I know if you're gonna dig deeper a log is needed. But i asked without logs, to get to know whether this was some obscure known problem with rpi 3 and libreelec.
Ill try to find out how to log and post it.
And maybe video stuttering isnt the best way to put, it actually pauses in several seconds 5-10 before continuing playback..
Pasting the logfile is simple using LE pastebinit command -> See HOW TO:Provide Logfile - LibreELEC
To see if it CPU constraint -> Run "top" and see what the top processes are - if Kodi, then it's probably the video at fault.
To see if Temperature (I doubt it) run "cputemp" and "gputemp" to get an idea - yes it will be hot if all the CPU's are in use.
You could also provide a snippet of the video file (if legal to do so) or download some of the many video format test files and see if you get the same problem with any of them.
Are you sure they are H264 and not H265?
Media dump of a video file would assist.
Threat report from their website shows:
Threats found: 2
I know there IS a problem with Samba shares but I thought it started in 008. The "fix" was to specify the IP and share name in $HOME/.config/hosts.conf
<IP address> <SMB Name>
It "might" solve your issue.
nmon ships with system-tools 8.1.103 (LE 7.90.009 and upwards): system-tools: add nmon by awiouy · Pull Request #979 · LibreELEC/LibreELEC.tv · GitHub
Many thanks - will check it out and report back if all works as expected.
EDIT: I upgraded from 007 to 009 but unfortunately nmon wasn't there. I deleted system-tools and Network-tools, but when I tried to add them again, nothing happened. No messages, nothing.
I tried rebooting and also tried installing multimedia-tools but that wouldn't install either.
I tried installing from another repository and that was fine.
Is there anyway to update the repository or download the package as a zip and install it that way?
Is Libreelec repository broken?
awiouy I've looked around and tried but I cannot find how to compile a "package" on IMX6 - am I missing something? I can see how to compile LE but not a package.
Any chance you could supply a compiled version for IMX6 or give me a better idea on how to do it - after which I can release to other users.
I think you'd be better off just having 2 machines. 1) For the wife (Windows - whatever you fancy) and 2) RPi3 for LE.
No dual booting and the RPi3 is very quiet - you wouldn't know it was switched on!
HW: RPi2 - Upnp server RPi2 running minidlna
SW: LE 7.9.009
Probably a Kodi issue not LE - but I'll post for completeness.
I was attempting to add a upnp server to videos and the server couldn't be found. So I tried to add it manually (probably incorrectly).
I entered upnp://192.168.0.44 and hit <enter> it hung for a bit and then Kodi restarted.
After that the Upnp server was found.
NOT high on the priority list!!
I would try setting the primary NTP server to 0.pool.ntp.org as localised NTP servers make no difference with today's hi-speed internet. (See if that helps) - otherwise log files will be needed.
Even if the network doesn't respond at boot, LE will eventually get the correct time.
As lrusak mentioned the most likely cause is incorrect time settings in Kodi
Note: Even if you change the cache settings in Kodi, that won't change how fast the video file data comes in over the network. For example, it won't make a slow server load the video any faster.