[PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - Printable Version
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- kwstump - 2011-01-11 05:45
Works Great on XBMCFreak 10.00 V1 Dahrma final (Name is wrong but you get the point which one)..
I did have to do the following for dependencies
sudo service xbmc-live stop
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lucid-bleed/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libmodplug1 libmodplug-dev libmodplug0c2 libssh-4 libssl-dev
Then copied binary over existing file as mentioned above! (of course making a backup first)
Voila it was there and ready to be configured!
THANKS!!!!!!!! This is AWESOME!
PS throught I would add my GUI settings as an FYI.
Both on the Same Sound Card
Output 1 - Optical to Stereo
Output 2 - Stereo Output to House Audio System
In the past I would get static on the Stereo Output when playing a multichannel audio, That is a thing of the past!!!!!
- tequila - 2011-01-11 16:32
hmm couldn´t get it working on a pov mobii with ubuntu, libs missing... could install them but I am not sure if it makes sense when it ends in choppy playback.... some ION useres with success?
- kwstump - 2011-01-11 18:27
My video is not choppy (only watched 1 1080p movie so not exhaustive testing) but I am running a home made PC with a older Q6600 and a CrystalHD Card so that may be the difference between our installs.
- BullShaft - 2011-01-12 21:20
First post in this forum. I was SO waiting for a patch like this since I switched to Win7. Under XP, it worked to have the sound analog on zone 2, while providing zone 1 with digital SPDIF 5.1, but unfortunatelly not under Win7.
Now it just replaced the xbmc.exe, configured and it worked instantly like a charm. Thx a lot!
No choppy 1080i either so far
Works great! - Cthugha - 2011-01-12 21:31
I'm now able to simultaneously output both 2ch stereo over HDMI to my TV and 5.1ch over S/PDIF to my reciever. No more manual switching
This patch should be included into xbmc by default!
Keep up the great work!
- tequila - 2011-01-15 18:51
hmm all I get is this: error while loading shared libraries: libmodplug.so.1
trying to find this ...no luck yet except libmodplug0c2 and libmodplug-dev which both don't fix it
Alright I am stuck... managed to install the libmodplug1 through a debian package
so far so good xbmc launches again but no menu sounds and both devices fail
so I tried a another asound.conf (from here: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=62919) but no real luck:
I hoped to get at least the TOSlink to work with this.
# Toslink digital_1 output
# HDMI digital_2 output
I have to admit, that I am a linux idiot I don´t really know what I am doing ;-)
For people like me there is a button in the setup required like "test audio device" ... with a sound).
Anyway, someone who is able to point me into the right direction?
You ION people know about it, this is what the audio devices look like:
card 0: NVidia [HDA NVidia], device 0: ALC662 rev1 Analog [ALC662 rev1 Analog]
Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
card 0: NVidia [HDA NVidia], device 1: ALC662 rev1 Digital [ALC662 rev1 Digital]
Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
card 0: NVidia [HDA NVidia], device 3: NVIDIA HDMI [NVIDIA HDMI]
Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
Anyway, my alsamixer just shows:
Master, Headphone, PCM, Front, Front Mi, Surround, Line, Mic, Mic Boos, S/PDIF, S/PDIF D, S/PDIF 1, Beep
where I cannot modify the S/PDIF items and there is no coax/tos listed
Since with the original xbmc.bin I have menu sounds but when playing a movie fails now too, maybe it is a good idea to get back to the roots (yes I am willing to understand what is actually going on):
1. What is actually required by xbmc? asound.conf, alsamixer, what else ?
2. Belongs tos/coax to s/pdif ? So do I have to get s/pdif (thought thats only the 3,5mm jack) running to get tos/coax working ?
sigh... I´ll do some more sound tests outside xbmc now
- digzz - 2011-01-16 18:53
Does this work with the latest XBMC Live ?
- scrumpydrinker - 2011-01-21 22:14
Just replace your already installed xbmx .exe file with the relevant '10.0-Dharma Final:' one from the first post inthis thread.
- scrumpydrinker - 2011-01-21 22:24
For anyones infomation:
I tried nessus's set up from a few posts back but not all files played ok
I ended up with:
FIRST AUDIO OUTPUT
Audio Output : HDMI
Speakers Configuration : 2.0
DD AC3 capable NO
DTS cabable NO
Audio Output Device : DirectSound Nvidia HD
SECOND AUDIO OUTPUT
Audio Output : optical/coax
Speakers Configuration : 5.1
Boost Volume YES
DD AC3 Capable YES
DTS Capable Yes
Audio Output Device : DirectSound Realtek Digital Output
XBMC Dharma (Latest)
Acer Revo R3700
Windows 7 Enterprise 32bit
This gives me sound to the TV over HDMI and 5.1 or stereo to my Denon receiver over optical
- digzz - 2011-01-22 20:25
Where in xbmx .exe file xbmc live would you put the file? are you sure this works with live ? all I see is windows and linux.
sharing a patched version - phyrros1 - 2011-01-26 09:32
Since I am not capable to patch and compile a source code, would somebody might share a ready installable version of Dharma Final for Windows ?
I need this second audio output so bad but I do not know how to get it
Thanks a lot
- OriginNG - 2011-01-26 11:40
phyrros1 Wrote:Hi Guys,
Just install the regular Dharma Final for Windows and replace the executable with the version you can download from the first post.
So, replace C:\Program Files\XBMC\XBMC.exe with XBMC.exe from the rar archive.
- digzz - 2011-01-26 11:46
What About xbmc Live?
- tequila - 2011-01-26 16:46
Alright, for all of you with trouble on nvidia ion based systems.
This is far from perfect but it works (though no menu sounds).
My System is a 330 POV Mobii.
This is for having Digital Audio on HDMI AND Coax/Optical on an ubuntu based system 10.04.1 LTS (if you don´t know your version use at console: echo -e $(cat /etc/issue)|head -1).
First of all I got rid of Pulse-Audio. (This might be a problem for some of you but it turned out that only without it it works for me.
This is what aplay -l returns:
I am only interested in device 1 and device 3
So I picked this asound.conf and put it into /etc
I don´t have any further configs like .asoundrc, just this asound.conf
and I have to learn whats actually going on to have real 7.1
Everything about device 0 could be left out but it doesn´t hurt me so I left it as it is. Next step is to fix it for 7.1 dts.
The config in the patched xbmc is as follows:
First device is HDMI 7.1, everything checked, device hdmi passthrough hdmi.
Second Device is Optical/Coax 7.1, everything checked, custom device (important) receiverhw which is Nvidia Audio device 1. Same to passthrough.
Now music and Video works fine. I can toggle between hdmi and optical on my onkyo 7.1 receiver.
The idea behind it is to have audio no matter what display device is connected. Up to now I had no sound when I switched to the beamer which is not yet HD/Hdmi capable.
Next step is to understand EVERYTHING in asound.conf. I´ll let you know once I found out :-)
Hope this is useful for some of you.
Btw, I didn´t notice any stuttering in HD playback yet.
digzz: live is linux afaik
- phyrros1 - 2011-01-27 11:21
OriginNG Wrote:Just install the regular Dharma Final for Windows and replace the executable with the version you can download from the first post.
Joop, you are star. Thanks a lot for the hint.