Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: issues with ipod
Re: issues with ipod
From: Rob Powell <rob_at_rinty.plus.com>
Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2006 19:42:23 +0100
Would it be possible to have something in the menus to do that? after
all, those of us who can't see have no need of it at any time, so
couldn't we use that extra processing power to prolong the battery life a bit?
Also what's the point of it on a non-recording unit?
Rob At 22:57 28/07/2006, you wrote:
>>>Rob Powell wrote:
>>>I have not yet found an mp3 that will not play back on my iPod Video.
>>>As the FAQ states, certain functions of Rockbox may cause glitches. If
>>>you have trouble with MP3 playback, you can try the following:
>>>1. Turn off the EQ.
>>>2. Turn off other processing like ReplayGain.
>>>3. Use a simple WPS. The more frequently the WPS needs to be updated,
>>>the more likely it is to cause glitches in playback, so things like
>>>peakmeters, scrolling titles, etc. may cause problems.
>>I was having a similar problem with skipping on my 30G iPod video when
>>playing songs (didn't happen at all when playing podcasts. Probably do
>>to the lower bit rate). I Made my own custom wps and it had the peak
>>level going. As soon as I commented out that line I haven't had a skip
>Yes, the peakmeter code uses up a lot of processing power on the
>ipod. Disable it for now to stop skipping where possible
Received on 2006-07-29