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Problem: Fast movement scene ghosting
22nd Nov, 2015, 05:06 PM
Post: #1
Fast movement scene ghosting
Hi,

My config is:
Software:
latest xbian,kodi, tvheadend

Hardware:
cubox-i4pro
usb sundtek sky tv iv dvb-s2


I've been an Openelec user and I thought I give Xbian a try. (I wanted a Debian based distro) I am very happy with Xbian. Kodi looks to be more responsive/faster than with Openelec.
I have one issue though. If I watch DVB-S2 MPEG-4/HD channel (1080i 25fps) I have some sort of ghosting in fast moving scenes. For example when watching football the ball has a short trail.
I tried messing around with deinterlace settings all sort of video settings. Tried all possibilities but no luck. I had to move back to Openelec because of this. (I kept my old openelec sd card so that I can swap easily)

Does anyone know what this issue might be? I really want to have Xbian now.

Toxxiq
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25th Nov, 2015, 04:36 PM
Post: #2
RE: Fast movement scene ghosting
have you checked your Settings>Videos>Playback
  • Adjust display refresh rate
  • Sync playback to display

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25th Nov, 2015, 06:08 PM
Post: #3
RE: Fast movement scene ghosting
Thanks Rikardo

I had 'Adjust display refresh rate' on 'on start/stop' when I put it to 'Always' it's much better. I still can see it (when watching football and right when they kick the ball Smile ) but it is ok for me now. Thanks again!
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5th Dec, 2015, 02:14 AM
Post: #4
RE: Fast movement scene ghosting
Can it be that this "ghosting" or rather dashed fast movements are due to slow deinterlacing?
The channels where this happens are all 1080i50
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10th Dec, 2015, 12:47 AM
Post: #5
RE: Fast movement scene ghosting
(5th Dec, 2015 02:14 AM)toxxiq Wrote:  Can it be that this "ghosting" or rather dashed fast movements are due to slow deinterlacing?
The channels where this happens are all 1080i50

hard to tell as I have not experience any issues. It may be due (and possibly is) due to your video source.
It would required more troubleshooting and debugging
You just need to get logs out to see all the stream/video details and than to set properly your video processing and video output to match the TV
I am afraid nobody can help you remotely, you just nee to try

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