Hi folks. Still new to XBMC but have got most things working now they way I want except for some times after resuming from sleep, when I try to play a video the audio track will start up for a second before there's any video, then the audio stops and the screen will turn green (not the whole screen, just in the aspect ratio of the video to be played) and just freeze that way so that the only option to get out is to hold down the power button to shut down and power back up again. I haven't been able to find anything on this on the Openelec or XBMC forums yet so I'm a bit stumped trying to figure out what the issue could be, and so far the only reliable "solution" I've found is to turn on the HTPC, update the library and then wait around 5 minutes before I try to play a video. So needless to say this doesn't exactly help the WAF when we're ready to watch our movie or show and the missus has to ask me if the computer is "warmed up" yet, or worse when we're not patient enough and have to watch the screen go green and freeze up again knowing it will be at least another 5 minutes after we reboot before we can try again. So any ideas what could be going on here?
My HTPC is an Intel Celeron NUC running the latest stable version of Frodo and my videos are stored on an unRAID server with both ethernet connected to the router. Thanks.