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AchimTuran Offline
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Quote:What is the correct way to install this addon, please?
If I try to include this addon from this zip archive I just get the error message that the addon does not have a correct structure.
Thank you a lot.
Sorry just downloading from my github account and trying to install is still not possible.

In the zip file you have downloaded only includes the source code from the addon. On the other hand OSMC doesn't support AudioDSP.

The correct way is setup debian on your RPi2, download Alwinus fork with AudioDSP and compile it. Afterwards you must download my addon compile it and hope all is working (we haven't tested any RPi devices).

In the Moment the whole AudioDSP implementation isn't official and currently under development.

Latest news about AudioDSP and my libraries are available on Twitter.

Developers can follow me on Github.
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How to build in Ubuntu
cmake:
PHP Code:
CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:(find_package):
  
By not providing "Findkodi.cmake" in CMAKE_MODULE_PATH this project has
  asked CMake to find a package configuration file provided by 
"kodi"but
  CMake did not find one
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Could not find a package configuration file provided by "kodi" with any of
  the following names
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kodiConfig.cmake
    kodi
-config.cmake

  Add the installation prefix of 
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provides a separate development package or SDKbe sure it has been
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We have our own buildsystem for binary Add-ons.
The readme file is here. And you also have to compile Alwin's Kodi-AudioDSP fork.

But keep attention the addon is on alpha status and not tested very well. It's a developer version.

Initially, the speaker should be set to SILENT.

Latest news about AudioDSP and my libraries are available on Twitter.

Developers can follow me on Github.
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(2015-05-02 12:08)wisler Wrote:  We have our own buildsystem for binary Add-ons.
The readme file is here. And you also have to compile Alwin's Kodi-AudioDSP fork.

But keep attention the addon is on alpha status and not tested very well. It's a developer version.

Initially, the speaker should be set to SILENT.
You can build a plugin for Ubuntu x64
new buildsystem cmake - PROBLEMS

http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=219166
Not only I have a problem

Detailed manual needed
like how http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO_compile_XBM...ource_code
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(2015-05-01 14:52)jerry3300 Wrote:  Hello wisler, thank you very much for your great piece of work!
I am running OSMC Kodi RC2 on RPi2. I would like to test your adsp.biquad.filters, just downloaded the adsp.biquad.filters-master.zip from GitHub.

What is the correct way to install this addon, please?
If I try to include this addon from this zip archive I just get the error message that the addon does not have a correct structure.
Thank you a lot.

Hi jerry3300

I am also interested in using this on a RPi or RPi2, however, I believe that the only way to currently install this is by using wisler's build which is for Windows. You would have to build it from source in order to get it running (which is beyond my capabilities). If you do manage to get it running on the pi, please share your experiences and, if possible, document the process.

EDIT: Sorry, I see there are many replies after jerry3300's post which I missed. Tried to delete the post, but I couldn't.
(This post was last modified: 2015-05-04 16:42 by leonpierresusan.)
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Hello leonpierresusan,
I am not the level of doing this as well, sorry..
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We now have a new sub forum for AudioDSP Add-ons.

I also compiled Kodi with AudioDSP for Windows and added my adsp.biquad.filters addon.

Now you can find my testbuild in this thread.

Latest news about AudioDSP and my libraries are available on Twitter.

Developers can follow me on Github.
(This post was last modified: 2015-05-10 10:07 by AchimTuran.)
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In Linux (sorry I dont use windows + Kodi) audio disappears and when looking at TOP the memory usage has gone out the window

I reported that already http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=232628
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(2015-07-22 11:47)uNiversal Wrote:  In Linux (sorry I dont use windows + Kodi) audio disappears and when looking at TOP the memory usage has gone out the window

I reported that already http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=232628

Thanks I will look deeper into it, after GSoC and my move to my new flat.

Latest news about AudioDSP and my libraries are available on Twitter.

Developers can follow me on Github.
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System: Ubuntu 14.04, kodi nightly builds

dsp option in system->system->audio enabled

downloaded biquad zip file from https://github.com/AchimTuran/adsp.biquad.filters

when loading kodi says zip file does not have correct structure. Where can I get correct zip or if I must compile addon from source which source should I use.

Currently I just want to test what you have already done however please note that my eventual goals in using the dsp package are:

1. Replace my surround sound preamp with a soundcard (asus xonar d2) which requires low and high pass filters depending on the speaker (low pass for subwoofer and high pass for all others) plus equalization for room effects.

2. Biamplification of main speakers (sound card is 7.1 so I have enough channels to do this on 5.1 source material) when I get the following speaker system -
http://www.parts-express.com/audio-artis...t--301-980
Doing the required dsp electronic crossover on the computer eliminates the normally required extra stage of ADC-DAC conversion needed when using an separate dsp electronic crossover and a lot of money also.

I know your dsp system is not ready for this yet, but I hope it will be by the time I can afford the speakers.
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the zip you download from github is the source code, you have to compile it
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and you first need to compile asplib, which doesn't build in Linux (you can use my patch.

So far from testing on my system it doesn't look like ADSP is much stable in Linux so if the above sound complicated then you better wait for the addon to reach the PPA.
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Are there currently any addons for dsp in the ppa?
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Is there documentation for writing addons for dsp. I am interested in a plugin that would allow me to route the kodi audio stream to an external application such as ecasound (no graphical interface required other than needed to define the external application). Then ecasound would post process the audio stream using ladspa filters and send it to the sound card.
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https://launchpad.net/~team-xbmc/+archiv...mc-nightly
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