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I won't comment on fast forwarding in times when video data is not on tapes anymore. Use it for 2x speed, but use left / right for everything higher.
well if i cant remember precisely where i was in a movie i will fast forward untill i see the scene coming up, as a for instance i can fast forward up to 32x with MP4 HD or mpeg2 HD files i have, but with HEVC it will freeze after a few seconds
All this fast forwarding testing is pointless without using actually reference video material that is properly encoded.
We are not seeing all AML LE users complain about HEVC so you appear to be unique.

I agree with Fritsch FFWD is redundant in an Kodi age where Skipping about video is far quicker.

We are not using a Bluray player here.
well freezing speeding up is on my c2 with 16 gig emmc, maybe their is some tweak?
Wait for the next AML LE community release that has further tweaks and bug fixes, coming very soon. Simply use video Skipping instead.
Anyone taken a look at this yet for CEC:
Vger.kernel.org/msg113049.html" target="_blank" rel="noopener" class="mycode_url">https://www.mail-archive.com/linux-media...13049.html
(2017-05-25, 06:20)wrxtasy Wrote: [ -> ]Wait for the next AML LE community release that has further tweaks and bug fixes, coming very soon. Simply use video Skipping instead.

i dont mind waiting just curious any eta on that?
https://twitter.com/FanlessTech/status/8...0120399872

Quote:Exclusive: Gemini Lake TDP is 6W mobile / 10W desktop. Dual and quad core up to 18 EU Gen9, native HDMI 2.0.

https://twitter.com/FanlessTech/status/8...3022184449

Quote:Exclusive: Gemini Lake features Goldmont Plus core, 4MB cache (up from 2MB), DDR4, integrated WiFi / BT

Apollo Lake's successor looks to be a good improvement.
(2017-05-26, 11:33)HDGMA Wrote: [ -> ]Apollo Lake's successor looks to be a good improvement.

So far only difference in the leaked stats that I notice is the native HDMI 2.0 (and the cache size). Guess you could say the DDR4, but Apollo Lake from Intels specs does support LPDDR4, would have to ask Intel and ASrock why they went with LPDDR3.
LE 8.0.2 is out.
Will we get a HEVC build?
(2017-05-26, 20:28)dricky Wrote: [ -> ]
(2017-05-26, 11:33)HDGMA Wrote: [ -> ]Apollo Lake's successor looks to be a good improvement.

So far only difference in the leaked stats that I notice is the native HDMI 2.0 (and the cache size). Guess you could say the DDR4, but Apollo Lake from Intels specs does support LPDDR4, would have to ask Intel and ASrock why they went with LPDDR3.

Native HDMI 2.0 would probably be very welcome after the world of pain that the DP1.2->HDMI2.0 converter chip solution appears to have been...
We can offer a donation for a LE hevc build based on 8.0.2

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Are you serious? It's a simple rebase and running make release after it ...
(2017-05-28, 07:21)flyingernst Wrote: [ -> ]We can offer a donation for a LE hevc build based on 8.0.2

How much is it worth then?
(2017-05-28, 12:09)chewitt Wrote: [ -> ]
(2017-05-28, 07:21)flyingernst Wrote: [ -> ]We can offer a donation for a LE hevc build based on 8.0.2

How much is it worth then?

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