Ok, thanks, good to know.
Ok thanks, so this is targeted at TVs that are delivering delayed audio even when a player device is directly connected to them via HDMI (without another AVR involved)? And they do that delay only in 24p?
I have a problem that my audio is not in sync with video (around 100-200 ms off). I have learned that Libreelec configures a default audio delay of 175 ms for 24p video:Code
- 2019-09-09 11:08:03.283 T:140218037762240 NOTICE: Contents of special://xbmc/system/advancedsettings.xml are...
- <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
I am wondering what the background of this is? Is it to compensate for video processing delay in the TV? When connecting the Kodi device directly to a TV then I would assume that the TV handles video processing delays internally anyway so that audio and video will be in sync anyway?
So for which scenarios is this default delay meant? When using an AVR between Kodi and TV? I was also surprised that the delay is only for 24p material.
Can someone give me hints about this please? Thanks!
I have exactly the same error (also on every boot) and also on an Shuttle XS35GTv2. Is there any fix?
It is happening since I installed version 8.0 today, did not happen with 7.0 before.
I have an Intel NUC and I am having the same problem (latest Libreelec, installed yesterday). When I boot Kodi I have no movie-database while the log is saying:
The database is running fine and I am not using name resolution as I entered the IP address into the advancedsettings.xml. I have enabled the "Wait for network"-option but I think it still does not wait long enough.
When I kill Kodi with "killall -9 kodi.bin" then it will restart with same settings but now the mysql database works fine. So for me it looks like a timing problem on boot, no?
Well, it seems I have it working now: The default 10 seconds delay was just not enough it seems (naughty NUC being too fast). I have increased it to 30 seconds and now MySQL seems to be working reliably. Too bad to lose >10 seconds when booting because of this