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    I installed OE 6.0.3 because my Isengard testing was limited to Win32 and I believe I fixed the problem in 2.5.2 Could you update and let me know. With Kodi 16.2, 17.0 and 17.1 & 18. SPMC, plus OE and LE variants it is hard to stay on top users with older versions.

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    OK thanks for the help so far. I now have 2.5.2 installed and it does start. Additionally Resume is now working and I love the fact that I can now skip forward or back x number of minutes just like I can on my main NextPVR machine. (I hate the Kodi version of this)

    However, navigation has become really (really) slow. I'm talking about 2-3 seconds from remote button press to screen response. Should I start a new thread for that?

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    I didn't see speed issue with my testing yesterday. Well I should say I saw typical slow 1 second screens that I expect with the RPi.

    You seem to use the menu Exit option which can confuse x-newa and the logging if you don't have

    <FakeExit>false</FakeExit>

    Could you try that and resend the logs so I can map everything together.

    What I did see is 5 keystrokes in 3 seconds which is might be too fast especially that repeated down arrow.

    08:26:28 1493.025146 T:1550836800 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...xb827eba66381L
    08:26:29 1494.629395 T:1550836800 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...xb827eba66381L
    08:26:30 1495.748291 T:1550836800 NOTICE: Previous line repeats 1 times.
    08:26:30 1495.748535 T:1550836800 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...xb827eba66381L
    08:26:31 1496.128296 T:1550836800 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...xb827eba66381L

    They did arrive ok in NextPVR
    2017-03-04 08:26:17.609 [DEBUG][7] Got Web Request (::ffff:10.1.1.12): /control time=1488569188&key=27&client=KNEWA0xb827eba66381L
    2017-03-04 08:26:19.218 [DEBUG][7] Got Web Request (::ffff:10.1.1.12): /control time=1488569189&key=37&client=KNEWA0xb827eba66381L
    2017-03-04 08:26:19.468 [DEBUG][7] Got Web Request (::ffff:10.1.1.12): /control time=1488569189&key=37&client=KNEWA0xb827eba66381L
    2017-03-04 08:26:20.328 [DEBUG][7] Got Web Request (::ffff:10.1.1.12): /control time=1488569190&key=37&client=KNEWA0xb827eba66381L
    2017-03-04 08:26:20.718 [DEBUG][4] Got Web Request (::ffff:10.1.1.12): /control time=1488569191&key=13&client=KNEWA0xb827eba66381L

    Perhaps record the time that the problems happen next time.

    Martin

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    Thanks again for the help. While the Pi has been a little sluggish with the previous version of X-Newa, this update has drastically affected it. I'd be happy to post a couple of videos showing the comparison if that would be helpful.

    I changed the config.xml file to <FakeExit>false</FakeExit> as suggested, restarted the server and then the Pi. At 11:47 I went into recordings, then went down about 5 items waiting each time for the screen to respond (IE I only did 1 push per screen update). Additional I noticed that the display actually went completely blank on 3 occasions for 2-3 seconds before returning.

    Logs attached and thanks again for your help
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    Win7 Enterprise, ASUS M2A-VM HDMI, AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.7GHz, ASUS 9400GT, 2GB Ram, 128Gb SSD, 500Gb HDD, 1000Gb HDD, 2000Gb external HDD Hauppauge HVR-2200, Hauppauge Nova S plus, Hauppauge HDR-4000, SiloconDust HD HomeRun Dual, 42" LG LCD. Client - Raspberry Pi 2 Panasonic 32" LCD

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    Not sure what to say When I see these lines

    11:48:03 63.909332 T:1493169216 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...a3d95c8cfca6d3
    11:48:03 64.293869 T:1526723648 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': False}
    11:48:06 66.811523 T:1493169216 NOTICE: Previous line repeats 2 times.
    11:48:06 67.314468 T:1526723648 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': False}
    11:48:09 69.690788 T:1493169216 NOTICE: Previous line repeats 2 times.
    11:48:09 69.690971 T:1493169216 NOTICE: http://10.1.1.3:8866/control?time=14...a3d95c8cfca6d3
    11:48:09 70.337166 T:1526723648 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': False}
    11:48:10 71.344116 T:1526723648 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}

    Those repetitions of u'needsRendering': False} tell me that you are waiting extra seconds after a keystroke GUI update for a screen change that isn't coming from NextPVR.

    Martin

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    Hmmm. I don't for the life of me know where else it might be wanting screen refresh from? My setup is dead simple. 1 thing that might be worth a mention is that my remote is my tv remote and it talks to my Pi via CEC. I could try a mouse / keyboard plugged into the Pi for a comparison?
    Win7 Enterprise, ASUS M2A-VM HDMI, AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.7GHz, ASUS 9400GT, 2GB Ram, 128Gb SSD, 500Gb HDD, 1000Gb HDD, 2000Gb external HDD Hauppauge HVR-2200, Hauppauge Nova S plus, Hauppauge HDR-4000, SiloconDust HD HomeRun Dual, 42" LG LCD. Client - Raspberry Pi 2 Panasonic 32" LCD

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    Just for an idea of the amount of lag I'm talking about, Please follow the link to dropbox where there are 2 short videos showing the difference. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/m87uvtot0...XH9Ay3_ka?dl=0
    Win7 Enterprise, ASUS M2A-VM HDMI, AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.7GHz, ASUS 9400GT, 2GB Ram, 128Gb SSD, 500Gb HDD, 1000Gb HDD, 2000Gb external HDD Hauppauge HVR-2200, Hauppauge Nova S plus, Hauppauge HDR-4000, SiloconDust HD HomeRun Dual, 42" LG LCD. Client - Raspberry Pi 2 Panasonic 32" LCD

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost@c View Post
    Just for an idea of the amount of lag I'm talking about, Please follow the link to dropbox where there are 2 short videos showing the difference. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/m87uvtot0...XH9Ay3_ka?dl=0
    I didn't download it because I believe you and stustunz also had the same problem with OE Since I don't see it on my RPi I can only suggest upgrading to a newer version of OE or LE. From your post you see the screen goes blank I suggest those may be failed screen updates not blank screens. One test you could do is copy the saved NextPVR screen images from the PI to your PC after a session of navigation to see if they show movement ./kodi/cache/x-newa/emulate*.png if any are blank or bad format there might be something to look for.

    One thing I noticed is your needsRendering gets stuck. Could you change your screen saver to None or Fixed.
    08:57:11 149.296021 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:11 149.333923 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:12 150.341263 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:12 151.101257 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:14 152.109268 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:14 152.845428 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:15 153.853271 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:16 154.593124 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:17 155.602539 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:18 156.335098 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:19 157.343292 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': True}
    08:57:19 158.080093 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'url': u'', u'screen': u'Aeon'}
    08:57:20 159.087265 T:1484776512 NOTICE: {u'needsRendering': False}
    08:57:23 161.311661 T:1588589632 NOTICE: Previous line repeats 2 times

    Martin
    Last edited by mvallevand; 2017-03-04 at 06:39 PM.

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    There is no newer version of OE that's the problem.
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    Client:Cpu-AMD am2,Gpu-Ati HD2100 integrated ,OS-Windows 7,2gig ram
    Client:Cpu Intel 2 gig ram ,Nvidia 9400
    Client:Popcorn Hour A110
    Client:Samsung [NZ][DVB-s][2012]BD-E5900x2
    Client:Samsung [NZ][DVB-s][2013]BD-F6500

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    Sure there is, he is still using 6.0.3 with Isengard.

    Martin

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