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01-05 01:35:24.700: I/JniPlayer(2588): receive_thread() -> sleep cuz queues are full
I advise to remove this trace cuz it may slow down the device :).
I'm using the free version 2.2.4 and I'm experiencing problems with OGG streams.
I listen to this stream http://listen.tbrn.net:8888/tbrn.ogg.m3u, it's an independent station that usually streams shows from archives. The problems is that everytime a new show starts the audio decoding becomes full of errors with hisses and robotic/alien sound (like when you get a bad signal from digital tv) , solution is to stop and restart the stream.
Two are the things that could cause the problem:
- since the bitrate seems variable when there's a change of show from their part in the 1sec pause the bitrate drops to near 0 and then back to normal and the decoder could have problems with this (unlikely since there could be silent parts in every show)
- the most reasonable one is that this happens everytime a description of the stream changes since its concurrent with a beginning of a new show/program.
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