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Delay & desync after 5min of the connection #152

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d3m3vilurr opened this issue May 31, 2019 · 4 comments

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commented May 31, 2019

Sadly, after couple hours testing different games and setting (no matter what setting i use, fps, bitrate or other), i can say is something wrong with 0.6.0 version, it not total freezing like 0.5.0, but worse, after 1-5 min, always beggining massive desync and delay. That not happening in 0.5.0 version. Sad. Any suggestion?

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commented Jun 7, 2019

I just wanted to add that I'm also experiencing added delay that is not present in version 0.5.0. I have even tried lowering the bitrate down to 1000 but the same delay still occurs. I would stay on GFE 3.18 and run 0.5.0 but after restarting the PC or closing the GFE window it auto-updates to the latest version.

The settings I run are 960x544 @ 10,000 bitrate (sometimes 12500; although 15000 doesn't have any delay, it does suffer from audio de-sync). I have also noticed that if I try running 720p mode on version 0.5.0 on any bitrate (even 1000) the same delay overtime seems to occur as with version 0.6.0 and 960x544 on any bitrate. I have also tried testing with the vita right next to the router to ensure 100% signal but it doesn't help.

If the commit "video: Disable vblank waiting when shown streaming" solves this issue then please ignore my post. I would compile the latest build to test for myself but I have yet to successfully get a build compiled running Ubuntu on Win10. (not specifically a moonlight problem, this is just me failing at linux)

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commented Jun 10, 2019

I'm not sure that fix the bug or not. In my test I didn't get the delay both versions & that is the reason why I didn't release the new version)

but could you test my last patch?

moonlight.vpk.zip
(just remove .zip from filename)

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commented Jun 12, 2019

Thank you for the test file, it seems to be working great. Does the change have any trade-offs? If so maybe it should be an available option in the settings.

I wonder why you don't get a delay from either build, my router is the older fios router and the pc I'm running off is also older; i5-2500k @ 4.5ghz, RTX 2070, 8gb 1866 DDR3, Win10x64.

The router is technically an 'n' router, but most devices only get ~65mbps from it and I wonder if that is part of the problem on my end.

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commented Jun 12, 2019

thanks confirm :)
that wouldn't have side effect, I'll make the new release for it.
anyway I don't know reason why I didn't get the problem. but it makes hard to figure out the bug reason when I get the report about network-perf issues.

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