(0 replies, posted in Using SVP)


OpenPHT is a community maintained fork of Plex Home Theater (which itself is based on Kodi)

I was wondering if it was possible to get it working with SVP. It doesn't have near the level of custamization as Kodi sadly, but there might be extra functionality hidden in a config file somewhere.

What do you think? Can It be done?

Thank you!!!

Link: https://github.com/RasPlex/OpenPHT


(3 replies, posted in Using SVP)

Chainik wrote:

23.8569 doesn't look like a correct source fps value
Unfortunately all mpv-based video players can't work correctly with SVP if the source fps is incorrect and/or variable.

Windows DirectShow-based video player should handle this video correctly.

Thanks for your reply.

I was poking around and found a half-solution for this. For videos with a variable frame rate, if I set SVP to double it instead of matching the screens refresh rate, it seems to solve my issue as well.

Thanks again.


(3 replies, posted in Using SVP)

After further inspection the issue only seems to be occurring with one of my series. The HorribleSubs release of "Mahoutsukai no Yome."

I guess at this point this is more of a bug report than anything, but if anyone knows of a solution please let me know.


(3 replies, posted in Using SVP)


I set up Plex Media Player for use with SVP using the instructions on the main page and I am having an issue. The audio is slowly desyncing on me. It's not immediately noticeable but becomes noticeable after about 0:30 to 1:00 minute.


14:08:01.774 [i]: VideoPlayer: mpv connected, waiting for the video info...
14:08:10.769 [i]: VideoPlayer: mpv 0.27.0
14:08:23.777 [i]: Media: video looks like some kind of stream
14:08:23.777 [i]: Media: video 1920x1080 [PAR 1.000] at 23.857 fps [constant] (via video player)
14:08:23.777 [i]: Media: codec type is h264 (H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10), NV12
14:08:23.817 [i]: Playback: starting up...
14:08:23.823 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: Frame server (64-bit) C:\Program Files (x86)\SVP 4\mpv64\vapoursynth.dll
14:08:23.825 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: resulting video frame 1920x1080
14:08:23.825 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: 1 acceptible profiles, best is 'Automatic' [0]
14:08:23.826 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: enabled while video is playing
14:08:23.827 [i]: Profile: using auto values [1]
14:08:23.854 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: playing at 59.6421 [23.8569 *5/2] 
14:08:24.204 [W]: Control: failed to register shortcut Meta+Ctrl+N
14:08:24.204 [W]: Control: failed to register shortcut Meta+Ctrl+C
14:08:24.204 [W]: Control: failed to register shortcut Meta+Ctrl+V
14:09:34.847 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: disabled while video is playing
14:09:34.856 [i]: Playback [c64cb8c9]: deleted

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!

Thank you!