(2015-07-23 20:16)wisler Wrote: Yeah sorry da-anda is right. It's to early e.g. we need to improve the OSD for AudioDSP.
Maybe one day you can use my adsp.xconvolver addon, which will support room correction.
What stops me from using xconvolver now?
What about using a utility like Virtual Audio Cable (see http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.htm
) to patch the output from Kodi to a number of DSP processing blocks (mixer, convolver, equalizer, cross-over, etc)?
Finally, what if I don't want an on-screen display? The 7-inch in-dash capacitive touch screen must be visible to the driver and controllable by the driver, but the big screen monitor (if and when I install one) should only be visible to passengers.
If the van is parked and everyone is sitting in the back watching a movie, then yes, you want an OSD. But...
While driving down the road, the driver needs to adjust the volume, tune the radio, navigate the directory structure to pick a song, album, or playlist, turn shuffle on and off, and so on. The user interface elements must be big enough to be seen out of the corner of the driver's eye and simple enough to be operated with one finger, without taking his attention off the road.
Can Kodi be configured to do this?
I must admit, the more I read the FAQs, the more confused I get.
I've been using Windows Explorer and MPC-HC on my desktop PC to play audio tracks ripped out of MP4's downloaded from YouTube. This is the extent of my experience using digital media players (even though I write real-time code for a living, including embedded kernels, device drivers, audio codecs and so on in C and assembler).
I'm getting the impression that Kodi doesn't do what the Explorer+MPC combination does, but I lack the context to figure out what else one might want it might do...