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    Faulty Unit?

    I have had my AX61 for a few months, but started playing up tonight, I thought it maybe the Openvix version, I reflashed with an older version, but no change..

    The video pauses momentarily, then speeds up to catch up to audio. it like it has a buffer issue..
    It does it on all channels, and also playback of recorded media

    Any ideas?? should I raise call to supplier?

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    They might need more info on it on what it is live viewing , recordings , satellite , iptv.

    If its a recording is in on internal hhd , external passport , or powered externally.

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    It happens if you have the webif open refreshing the screen grab, whilst watching the tv.

    Not specific to the AX61 it happens on all boxes with HiSi cpu.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ev0 View Post
    It happens if you have the webif open refreshing the screen grab, whilst watching the tv.

    Not specific to the AX61 it happens on all boxes with HiSi cpu.
    Thanks, that maybe the cause.. I was playing with home assistant, that was grabbing a screenshot

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