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OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi Part 2
IMO CEChacks seems to be a good idea, surely will be working better soon.
can i disable this for the moment ?
(2014-03-02, 13:17)Trickname Wrote: IMO CEChacks seems to be a good idea, surely will be working better soon.
can i disable this for the moment ?

If you don't add the advancedsettings.xml options, it shouldn't have any effect.
hmm, nothing added in my as.xml
maybe zapping info effect is from elsewhere
(2014-03-02, 14:01)Trickname Wrote: hmm, nothing added in my as.xml
maybe zapping info effect is from elsewhere

After a few minutes on the same LiveTV channel everything is normal. When changing channel it happens again for me.
same here
@popcornmix

When upgrading to the new Gotham build with audio changes I started to hear strange audio when running movies (all kinds).
Tried also a fresh install.
See log. Can you see something here?
Thanks
http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=141496

Strange I mean funny noises like all actors had a nice helium shot...
(2014-03-02, 15:05)Shanyel Wrote: @popcornmix

When upgrading to the new Gotham build with audio changes I started to hear strange audio when running movies (all kinds).
Tried also a fresh install.
See log. Can you see something here?
Thanks
http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=141496

Strange I mean funny noises like all actors had a nice helium shot...

You'll need to enable debug logging in settings to get any useful information.
Ideally provide a sample (e.g. 200MB) or a file that is not behaving and I'll test it.
Raspberry Pi gets true open-source graphics drivers

See:
http://liliputing.com/2014/02/raspberry-...ivers.html

Any impact on xbmc for Raspberry Pi ?
(2014-03-02, 12:43)Trickname Wrote: http://is.gd/I9U5bH

this is what happen after update to #0301 for my LG
heres the log: http://pastebin.com/sFDvjG3d

maybe problem is with changes here:
xbmc/peripherals/Peripherals.cpp
xbmc/peripherals/devices/PeripheralCecAdapter.cpp
xbmc/peripherals/devices/PeripheralCecAdapter.h
i can't really tell what the problem is from the video, particularly as you indicate it has something to do with cec. Could you explain it, please?
(2014-03-02, 15:57)golddk Wrote: Raspberry Pi gets true open-source graphics drivers

See:
http://liliputing.com/2014/02/raspberry-...ivers.html

Any impact on xbmc for Raspberry Pi ?

Some info here:
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1641509
saw changes in build so i thinked it could be there
I still do not understand what your complaint is.
(2014-03-02, 15:29)popcornmix Wrote:
(2014-03-02, 15:05)Shanyel Wrote: @popcornmix

When upgrading to the new Gotham build with audio changes I started to hear strange audio when running movies (all kinds).
Tried also a fresh install.
See log. Can you see something here?
Thanks
http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=141496

Strange I mean funny noises like all actors had a nice helium shot...

You'll need to enable debug logging in settings to get any useful information.
Ideally provide a sample (e.g. 200MB) or a file that is not behaving and I'll test it.

of course... forgot to enable it

here it is https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0...sp=sharing
the media file and the log

I tried OMX first and had the strange noise, played with DVDplayer and it was OK
same settings both, when using 28/2 version both are fine

thanks!
xbmc on my Pi never change to fullscreen video when dvdplayer attempts to start a DVD with Deinterlace Video=ON if the first thing that would have been shown is a dvd menu with a picture as background.

If the dvd menu has a movie as background, the problem does not occur.
With Deinterlace Video=OFF the problem does not occur.
If a short movie clip appears before the dvd menu is presented, the problem does not occur.

Problem occurs every time, it is not intermittent.

When I see this problem, I am able to manually switch to fullscreen video mode (in fullscreen video mode I can only see a black screen), but I am able to bring up OSD when I press menu button on my remote, so I can select deinterlace=OFF and press stop. If I then start the same DVD, it works fine because now I have deinterlace=OFF.

I have "Attempt to skip introduction before DVD menu" enabled.
I have only tested on Raspberry Pi. My xbmc is popcornmix newclock3-branch, commit 450ab3e
It happens with me too. Sometimes I hear a loud noise (crackling) in standby on menus.

I'm using analog video.
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