[MPlayer-users] mplayer amd64 quicktime 1920 x 1080p audio not in sync
geisj at pagestation.com
Mon Apr 2 19:27:21 CEST 2007
>Jerry Geis wrote:>
>>/ HI All,
/>>/ I have a 1920x1080p monitor with amd64 3000+ CPU.
/>>/ I am using mplayer rc1.
/>>/ I am playing a pirates of the Caribbean quicktime 1920x1080p trailer.
/>>/ When playing the trailer I do not get audio and video sync.
/>>/ I tried adding the "-autosync 30" and it helped a little but not great
/>>/ and still noticable.
/>>/ At this point I did not see any errors about syncing or frame errors
/>>/ or anything.
/>>/ I then added -framedrop and the audio syncs up with the video but
/>>/ there are NOTICEABLE
/>>/ jerks in the video.
/>>/ I also see with -framedrop many errors on the console about "error
/>>/ Is quicktime codec not fully supported under 64 bits?
/>>/ Any ideas on how to run this so the playback is smooth?
>Your PC is too slow to play 1080p, look at CPU load, it must be far
>above 100% (mplayer counts how it would be if no frames skipped)
I did look at top and idle is 0.
One thing I did not add is I have an NVIDIA video card.
I would have thought that NVIDIA card with a 3000+ 64 bit AMD cpu would have
What is the minimum CPU I need for this?
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