[Bug 69675] audio broken in 24Hz/24p since 3.11 (regression)

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Wed Sep 25 21:47:22 PDT 2013


--- Comment #9 from Pierre Ossman <pierre-bugzilla at ossman.eu> ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> IIRC it was the XBMC people that wanted the ntsc variants in the first place
> as their player defaults to sync to video exactly and would need to resample
> sound at 24Hz because of this (blu-ray are 24/1.001).

Sure? The source material is 24 Hz, and wasn't the whole point of 24p to get
away from NTSC conversions? TV shows might be a different matter though...

> Assuming you can reproduce the issue just using mplayer playing a CD - then
> I can't, maybe your receiver is just more fussy than my TV.
> Does it claim CEA compliance?

I would assume so. But it's not really something blingy enough to brag about on
the box. There are specs here:


> Of course your GPU is likely different to mine (HD4890) so I can't test like
> for like properly.  
> The old mode is the first one listed by xrandr - can't you just avoid the
> ntsc ones rather than needing them to be removed?

If I can, I don't know how. It is xbmc that's my use case, and it tends to pick
that mode. Besides, we shouldn't have modes listed that don't work properly. :)

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