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So what, this is XBMC Media Center : Setup Guide, Knowlege Base & Support thread.

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Your topic is about music scrape issues,
Nothing about video issues

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The first three links I provided all describe issues with jerky video. Did you look at them?


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Jerky playback can have different issues,
And allot of them are system or setting specific issues and could be for everyone different.
Also depending on which OS you're using and how connected.
I would suggest to open a fresh topic.
Give detailed description of your issue and your system and how connected.
and a Debug log

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Jerky playback can have different issues,
And allot of them are system or setting specific issues and could be for everyone different.
Also depending on which OS you're using and how connected.
I would suggest to open a fresh topic.
Give detailed description of your issue and your system and how connected.
and a Debug log

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There are way too many variables involved to even know where to begin without some sort of parameters for your set-up.
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People have done so and in the past nothing has come of it. The problems still persist. Many believe that it is related to Windows although the issues I've had with the music section were not present in 12, but are present in both 13 and 14.


No one wants to admit that a bug of some sort was introduced and there is a repeatable problem. I posted portions of the bug report that just shows the delay in process and nothing else.


In any case, I just switched to OpenElec and the video is now working great! In the years I've been using XBMC off and on I feel like I was never getting the full potential as I am now.


I only loaded 1/2 of my audio library, but so far the GUI delay I've reported is completely gone as well and everything is going smoothly.


The next step is to try and rein in my music library organization and tagging to optimize my use of the music library.


This is where there are no "how-to" guides and the wiki is poorly fleshed out in how to do this for certain 'special' situations.


I was ready to give up on XBMC again and I'm just glad that OpenElec exists and has been working well so far.


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Well openelec is just xbmc but on a lighter OS.
So no much different,
I think that the music library also changed from Frodo to Gotham.
Mainly it relies on proper music tagging,
While Frodo was much easier on it.
After making sure my music library was proper tagged according to the music brains library it worked.
On the forum there's a good explanation about how to setup Picard

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Well, for me, a huge difference--one works and the other didn't!


"Proper" tagging is a bit subjective, but I guess if it has to be Music Brainz, then it has to be. I might just like it better not using MB.


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