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- neal73 - 2009-04-22 11:57

Thanks for doing this Paul - I'm just copying it over to my xbox now - I'll report back how it works on mine.


- Bram77 - 2009-04-22 13:32

I've resized and created some backdrops for use with the XBOX (960x540)

http://bramvanoploo.tweakdsl.nl/remote/images/Backdrops_960x540.rar


- g00fy1 - 2009-04-22 14:06

turbinez Wrote:Not sure if this is a problem with Auriga, but my DVD flags aren't showing up now. I know they are suppose to be there because i have sddvd in all my filenames. Can someone else confirm this?

When running Stark Lite R3, they show up.

Looks like it was changed in the Auriga version from filename/directory name to studio flag.

You can change it back by finding these sections in Includes_MediaFlags.xml that look similar to this:
Code:
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>

and this:
Code:
        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/bluray.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
        </control>
        
        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/dvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hdtv.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hddvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
        </control>

and this:
Code:
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>



and then change the "listitem.studio" entries to "listitem.filename".

Hope that helps!


- g00fy1 - 2009-04-22 14:10

What's everyone else getting for free memory on the XBox in the movies section in showcase view?

I'm around 14-16 mb sometimes it drops down to 9 or 10 then comes back up. Just wondering if anyone is getting better results.

BTW I'm using Paul's latest version unmodified.


- g00fy1 - 2009-04-22 14:15

Just a personal opinion, I liked the previous Genre thumbs better. Wink

Keep up the great work Paul!!!


- Cranial - 2009-04-22 14:20

g00fy1 Wrote:What's everyone else getting for free memory on the XBox in the movies section in showcase view?

I'm around 14-16 mb sometimes it drops down to 9 or 10 then comes back up. Just wondering if anyone is getting better results.

BTW I'm using Paul's latest version unmodified.

The drop is caused by backdrops cycling in the background, even though you can't see them. I'm working on it, but limited of time at the moment. Stand by.....


- turbinez - 2009-04-22 17:58

g00fy1 Wrote:Looks like it was changed in the Auriga version from filename/directory name to studio flag.

You can change it back by finding these sections in Includes_MediaFlags.xml that look similar to this:
Code:
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>

and this:
Code:
        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/bluray.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
        </control>
        
        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/dvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hdtv.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hddvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
        </control>

and this:
Code:
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>



and then change the "listitem.studio" entries to "listitem.filename".

Hope that helps!

Goofy thanks. I guess i rather do it the correct way. How would I add the media flag to my files in order for it to display? Can I do this in the MIP app?


- paul - 2009-04-22 18:59

neal73 Wrote:Thanks for doing this Paul - I'm just copying it over to my xbox now - I'll report back how it works on mine.
No problem
Bram77 Wrote:I've resized and created some backdrops for use with the XBOX (960x540)

http://bramvanoploo.tweakdsl.nl/remote/images/Backdrops_960x540.rar
Downloading now will let ya know what i think ok thanks

g00fy1 Wrote:Looks like it was changed in the Auriga version from filename/directory name to studio flag.

You can change it back by finding these sections in Includes_MediaFlags.xml that look similar to this:
Code:
<control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>
and this:
Code:
<control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/bluray.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
        </control>
        
        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/dvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hdtv.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
        </control>

        <control type="image" id="91">
            <include>Furniture_MovieInfoFlagSource</include>
            <texture>flags/info/hddvd.png</texture>
            <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
        </control>
and this:
Code:
<control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hddvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/bluray.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,bluray)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/dvd.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,sddvd)</visible>
                </control>
                <control type="image" id="82">
                    <include>Furniture_ShowcaseMediaFlagsVars</include>
                    <texture>flags/hdtv.png</texture>
                    <visible>substring(listitem.studio,hdtv)</visible>
                </control>

and then change the "listitem.studio" entries to "listitem.filename".

Hope that helps!
Will have a look at that when i get a free minute
g00fy1 Wrote:What's everyone else getting for free memory on the XBox in the movies section in showcase view?

I'm around 14-16 mb sometimes it drops down to 9 or 10 then comes back up. Just wondering if anyone is getting better results.

BTW I'm using Paul's latest version unmodified.
Yes that's roughly what i am getting. I find the tv section worst hit i manage to watch 2 45 mins programs then i have to reset the xbox to clear the memory otherwise it's fine

g00fy1 Wrote:Just a personal opinion, I liked the previous Genre thumbs better. Wink

Keep up the great work Paul!!!
Erm yeh to be honest i like those but there were just not enough genres in them but i felt
the black ones by asphinx worked better with auriga/xbox as they don't make the textures.xpr any bigger but as i said before this version is really intended for testing and to gauge oppinions as to what people prefer in the pack so if people prefer my old backdrops or the old home bar etc say so as i will not be offended. when things settle down a bit i may produce 2 versions 1: original and 2: My personal choice(or whatever you guys Prefer)


- Bram77 - 2009-04-22 19:49

Bram77 Wrote:I've resized and created some backdrops for use with the XBOX (960x540)

http://bramvanoploo.tweakdsl.nl/remote/images/Backdrops_960x540.rar

I've made another pack with the same Backdrops, but now with 75% jpg quality. The difference in quality is hardly noticeable on my pal SD screen but the total size of the pack now is only 4.5MB instead of almost 24MB. The difference in speed is obvious on my XBOX.

http://bramvanoploo.tweakdsl.nl/remote/images/Backdrops_960x540_compressed.rar


- paul - 2009-04-22 23:42

Bram77 Wrote:I've made another pack with the same Backdrops, but now with 75% jpg quality. The difference in quality is hardly noticeable on my pal SD screen but the total size of the pack now is only 4.5MB instead of almost 24MB. The difference in speed is obvious on my XBOX.

http://bramvanoploo.tweakdsl.nl/remote/images/Backdrops_960x540_compressed.rar
Cool i may just have to include them in my skin seeing as they are soooo smal good work


- g00fy1 - 2009-04-23 02:21

turbinez Wrote:Goofy thanks. I guess i rather do it the correct way. How would I add the media flag to my files in order for it to display? Can I do this in the MIP app?

Yes, I believe so. I personally remove those flags anyway and replace them with the file type since dvd, sddvd, bluray, etc really don't matter to me. I'd rather see avi, iso, mov, mpg, then I know if I open an ISO file it will give me a DVD menu.

This is what I have:
[Image: screenshot.jpg]

paul Wrote:Yes that's roughly what i am getting. I find the tv section worst hit i manage to watch 2 45 mins programs then i have to reset the xbox to clear the memory otherwise it's fine

So it's an XBMC memory leak? Does the size of your library have any effect?

paul Wrote:Erm yeh to be honest i like those but there were just not enough genres in them but i felt
the black ones by asphinx worked better with auriga/xbox as they don't make the textures.xpr any bigger but as i said before this version is really intended for testing and to gauge oppinions as to what people prefer in the pack so if people prefer my old backdrops or the old home bar etc say so as i will not be offended. when things settle down a bit i may produce 2 versions 1: original and 2: My personal choice(or whatever you guys Prefer)

I agree, the black ones fit much better in the overall theme, I just thought the others were cool. No biggy. Wink


- turbinez - 2009-04-23 02:57

paul nevermind the source flag missing, its not a problem with auriga, because i just installed the latest one from the git website, and they all show up properly. So i'm guessing the problem lies in your files?

Your have the latest auriga lite revision right?


- paul - 2009-04-23 03:52

g00fy1 Wrote:Yes, I believe so. I personally remove those flags anyway and replace them with the file type since dvd, sddvd, bluray, etc really don't matter to me. I'd rather see avi, iso, mov, mpg, then I know if I open an ISO file it will give me a DVD menu.

This is what I have:
[Image: screenshot.jpg]



So it's an XBMC memory leak? Does the size of your library have any effect?



I agree, the black ones fit much better in the overall theme, I just thought the others were cool. No biggy. Wink
I believe it's memory creep just like ya used to get with windows 98(not really a skin fault)
Not sure about the libray having any effect but i may be wrong.
If you do want those other genre posters i could upload them when i get a chance.

turbinez Wrote:paul nevermind the source flag missing, its not a problem with auriga, because i just installed the latest one from the git website, and they all show up properly. So i'm guessing the problem lies in your files?

Your have the latest auriga lite revision right?

The includes_Mediaflags.xml supplied was created before djh made his changes to the views makeing it incompatible with the latest auriga but now most of the supplied studio flags will no longer work i believe fernferret is going to create a fix for it. fingers crossed!
And yes i updated late last night but i have updated since then as there have been a number of changes since my last upload and i have it running far better now i may give it a day or so before uploading any more updates.Eek


- g00fy1 - 2009-04-23 04:22

paul Wrote:I believe it's memory creep just like ya used to get with windows 98(not really a skin fault)
Not sure about the libray having any effect but i may be wrong.
If you do want those other genre posters i could upload them when i get a chance.

No need for the genre posters, I have them. Thanks tho. Big Grin

I kinda figured the memory prob was something like that, thanks Paul!


- paul - 2009-04-23 07:50

g00fy1 Wrote:No need for the genre posters, I have them. Thanks tho. Big Grin

I kinda figured the memory prob was something like that, thanks Paul!
No worries mate