I suspect that the frame rate of the content maybe changing when the black screen happens. So it is trying to change the refresh rate of the display, which then causes a quick black screen.rooted wrote: ↑Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:08 amI wish I could reproduce it but like I said it's totally random and very well may be an issue with my specific TV, it does seem related to adjust display refresh rate because I don't believe it happens with that feature disabled.cdu13a wrote:
I've not personally experienced any similar issues, but I can try to recreate if you can provide some details.
There seems to be a few somewhat random little issues(possibly picked up in the last batch of updates from Amlogic.), that would be really nice to work out. However when things don't happen consistently, and don't happen for everybody, even with identical setups... It becomes a challenge to eradicate that sort of bug.
It's nothing show stopping or even worth concern really, was just wondering if you had seen or heard of it before.
I need to do some research to see which plugins I use which aren't python 3 compatible.
Thanks for the support.
Is this with local content or a stream?
I went through my samples that where marked as having refresh rate issues, and found that I do have a sample that consistently does similar to what you described. Except that it does it consistently at the same place everytime. Pretty much the content gets identified as 23.976hz then changes to 24hz.
I'm not sure if this is the same issue or not but it may be a starting point to look at.
Maybe periodically check(press the letter
oon the keyboard) the refresh rate of the content you are watching, then after you see the screen go black for a second check it again to see if the refresh rate changed. If it does change then we can look closer to see what the actual cause of the change is.