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mguebert

Refresh rate switching is not turning off

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Has anyone else noticed a problem with refresh rate switching not shutting off?

I have my system running Kodi 17 Beta 5 and in my sequences I have a cvaction file setup to turn off refresh rate switching, and then when the feature starts turn it back on. I do this because the desktop is running at 1080p 60hz and when the videos and trailers run they switch to different rates, which due to the slow lock on of my projector results in hearing audio but missing 3 sec + of video at each step. 

When I test my sequences in the editor it is changing the refresh rate switching as it should. If I set it to always and run the sequence the refresh rates still switch. But when I go back to the settings the refresh rate switch is set to start / stop. So CV is changing it, but it is not being respected if that's the right wording.

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38 minutes ago, mguebert said:

Has anyone else noticed a problem with refresh rate switching not shutting off?

I have my system running Kodi 17 Beta 5 and in my sequences I have a cvaction file setup to turn off refresh rate switching, and then when the feature starts turn it back on. I do this because the desktop is running at 1080p 60hz and when the videos and trailers run they switch to different rates, which due to the slow lock on of my projector results in hearing audio but missing 3 sec + of video at each step. 

When I test my sequences in the editor it is changing the refresh rate switching as it should. If I set it to always and run the sequence the refresh rates still switch. But when I go back to the settings the refresh rate switch is set to start / stop. So CV is changing it, but it is not being respected if that's the right wording.

It's entirely possible that they've changed the API in Kodi 17. I'll talk to our developer about it and make any corrections to our documentation and get back to you. Thanks for the heads up!

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