Will do as soon as libreelec get's the update.
I'm assuming it is not a Kodi-problem, i think it is a problem with the libreelec-part (linux).
Maybe some driver changed or is broken for our platform.
Somewhere after Kodi is finished, and bevor the picture get's to the screen, the timing for the frames is messed up...
I just watched a 50fps video, and it has micro stutter, not nearly es bad es with 25fps videos, but it is there.
So i does not have anything to do with frame doubling.
I'm going to install liebreelec 8.2 / Kodi 17.6
that didn't change anything for me and we have the same machine.
What whitelist entries do you have? I don't have an entry for 25Hz or 30Hz.
You are not using an interlaced mode?
how did you add 25Hz to the whitelist?
I think the stutter with hardware decoding disabled is due to the slow cpu-performance.
It is not a bug and it existed also on the previous versions of libreelec and kodi.
So no reason to complain with hardware decoding disabled.
Matching refresh rate is missing 25Hz, 29,97Hz and 30Hz.
Theses are accomplished with framedoubling, so the system uses 50Hz an 60Hz. (nearest match)
and here goes something wrong, wich worked fine in the previous versions of libreelec or kodi.
what platform are you using?
i don't have 30fps material, it would be interesting to find out if it also stutters, if so, it should have something to do with framedoubling.
Here is a second log, this time i put inCode
that means no overlay while video-playback, and my 25fps video stutters.
The feeling is that at least every second frame is not displayed or delayed.
Since displayrefresh rate is 50Hz i can't be shure which of two possibilitys happens.
possibility a) every second frame of the videofile is droped, that means on a 50Hz display refreshrate i get a new picture every 4 frames.
possibility b) the frames are not evenly distributed to be shown every two frames, instead this could be happening:
videoframe 1 is schown on refreshrateframe 1
videoframe 2 is schown on refreshrateframe 2, 3 and 4
videoframe 3 is schown on refreshrateframe 5
videoframe 4 is schown on refreshrateframe 6, 7 and 8
videoframe 5 is schown on refreshrateframe 9
I think the log will not provide any answers because while logging with overlay it does not stutter
All videos (24fps, 30fps and 60fps) are playing fine, only files with 25fps are stuttering since libreelec 9.0
If there are overlays like when skipping back, media info, or if i activate debugging with an overlay in the upper left corner, the stuttering is gone.
Also if i switch to software decoding the stutter is gone.
With libreelec 8.2.5 and older everything works fine.
I'm running libreelec on NUC DN2820FYKH