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Play video with Nuplayer on android_L5.0.0_1.0.1 is stuttering

Question asked by Felix Hsu on Mar 14, 2017
Latest reply on Mar 15, 2017 by MuMin Tsao

Hi All

 

Our customer has updated their Android version from L5.0.0_1.0.0 to L5.0.0_1.0.1 by our official released patch.

 

The product they designed has dual display output.

 

So, they tested dual 1080p30 MPEG4/MPEG2 video at the same time.

 

But the video is stuttering when using Nuplayer under L5.0.0_1.0.1, but L5.0.0_1.0.0 isn't.

 

They also tried to use GMplayer to play the video,It doesn't have this kind of issue on these two version of android.

 

 

We read the log of Nuplayer to play this MPEG4 video under L5.0.0_1.0.1.

 

 

 

 

01-01 00:01:29.992 E/OMXNodeInstance(  158): OMX_SetParameter() failed for StoreMetaDataInBuffers: 0x8000101a

 

01-01 00:01:29.992 E/ACodec  (  158): [OMX.Freescale.std.video_decoder.mpeg4.hw-based] storeMetaDataInBuffers failed w/ err -2147483648

 

...

 

01-01 00:01:30.067 E/NuPlayer(  158): feedDecoderInputData getCurrentPosition failed.

 

01-01 00:01:30.073 E/NuPlayer(  158): feedDecoderInputData getCurrentPosition failed.

 

01-01 00:01:30.073 E/NuPlayer(  158): feedDecoderInputData getCurrentPosition failed.

 

...

 

01-01 00:01:30.406 E/ACodec  (  158): dequeueBuffer failed.

 

...

 

01-01 00:01:31.137 I/NuPlayerRenderer(  158): possible video time jump of 684ms, retrying in 10ms

 

01-01 00:01:31.147 I/NuPlayerRenderer(  158): possible video time jump of 674ms, retrying in 10ms

 

01-01 00:01:31.158 I/NuPlayerRenderer(  158): possible video time jump of 661ms, retrying in 500ms

 

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Is it any related change of the L5.0.0_1.0.1 patch will cause this video stuttering issue?

 

or any additional configuration we need to apply?

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