Alright, so if I understand well, it's either you're in live with the broadcaster but you have stutters (due to correction) or you're out of sync but it's smooth.nickk wrote: ↑Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:49 amVLC plays at the reported frames-per-second where the length of a second is determined by the local system clock. The HDHomeRun app does the same thing for recorded content.
Because VLC isn't applying the correction it will get more and more out of sync with the broadcaster.
If the broadcaster second is slower than a local second it will periodically have to do a buffering pause.
If the broadcaster second is faster than a local second the playback will slowly get more and more behind real-time.
We also see a problem with VLC where it will sometimes get stuck in a rapid buffering-play loop when you first start a channel.
Got it, it's a matter of seconds. That being said, how does built-in TV tuners handle this difference between the broadcaster second and the tuner one ?nickk wrote: ↑Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:52 amIn EU the frame rate from the broadcaster is usually 50 frames-per-second and the HDHomeRun app configures the HDMI link to 50 frames-per-second however the length of a second is always going to be slightly different between the broadcaster and the local device. Keeping the playback close to the broadcaster time requires the occasional frame correction.
Thanks for being so precise in your answers.
Everything plays smoothly, even with ticker / banner (on which stutters are very noticeable) ?