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Linux Radeon OSS with vdpau (howto)
Hi,

I have just installed xubuntu 14.04, and followed the procedure described on the first page of this thread.

Everything looks great except:
1. advanced launcher is not compatibile with this build
2. playing 50p videos recorded by Panasonic HC-V720 camcoder are not fluent
3. in my dual monitor setup with 23" lcd monitor and 42" Panasonic plasma (reported as "Panasonic 32"" in xcfe, btw motherboard e350, RAM 4 GB ), when playing xbmc on panasonic I don't see the whole picture. If I open firefox in full screen, I cannot se the file menu (the picture starts with Edit menu), and I cannot see the title bar. The same is with the bottom of the screen as well.
On panasonic, overscan is turned off. I read in the previous posts that xrandr could be used as a solution, but I haven't tried it yet.

The same setup works with no problem with xubuntu 12.04 and glrfx drivers.

The first problem is minor, but other two are really significant.

Regards.
1) You did not follow that howto at all
2) Addons need to be fixed by those that provide it
3) All your logfile the first post wans are missing.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
(2014-04-27, 21:56)wsnipex Wrote: gfisher, does suspend/resume work on your AQ01?
Not sure - OE 4.0 does not enable suspend by default. My aq01 has been "boxed up" until today (because it *used to* not play 1080i). I will push that box now that its fixed. I will install a full trusty then test suspend/resume and report back.
(2014-04-27, 21:56)wsnipex Wrote: gfisher, does suspend/resume work on your AQ01?

OK just full installed xubuntu64 desktop 14.04 on aq01 HDD. Op guide ,no upstart script, compositing off in windows tweak manager, bios s3 suspend on, USB KB/mouse wake on. New fixes5+ kernel, fernetmena ppa, wsnipex mesa, pulse audio yes.
Suspend/mouse wiggle resume worked x 10 in a row. That is the best it has worked for me yet. My sony lcd still has hot plug enable HDMI = no connect, just fyi., not sure it matters. Lmk if you are looking for something else. I don't usually suspend/resume. I like it off usually.
1080i x 29.97 playback with temporal deinterlacing is good! No added skips in my short tests. Smile
@Endeavour, you are like me with the sensors.

for some reason ours is backwards -- the k10temp comes first. but the provided advancedsetting.xml is set for if the radeon-pci is first.

here's mine:
Code:
<cputempcommand>sensors|sed -ne '1h;1!H;${g;s/k10temp.*temp1: \+\([-+][0-9]\+\).*/\1 C/p}'</cputempcommand>
<gputempcommand>sensors|sed -ne '1h;1!H;${g;s/k10temp.*temp1: \+\([-+][0-9]\+\).*radeon.*/\1 C/p}'</gputempcommand>
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(2014-04-27, 22:16)fritsch Wrote: 1) You did not follow that howto at all
2) Addons need to be fixed by those that provide it
3) All your logfile the first post wans are missing.

1. Partially true, I had to use xubuntu instead of mini.
2. Is there a workaround for launching firefox from within xbmc?
3. Here you go:

http://paste.ubuntu.com/7350015/
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7350035/
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7350042/
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7350043/
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7350044/

Considering playing 50p videos, I have noticed that if I press "O" during playback, in the last line where cpu info is showed there is "missed" counter that increments every second.

HTH

Regards.
@kriticar: Not a debug log, but from what I see it gets stuck by reading the data from your usb drive:

Code:
06:37:14 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.611750, free buffers: 0
06:37:14 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.421375, free buffers: 0
06:37:15 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.446938, free buffers: 0

The wrong swapbuffers was fixed yesterday. I posted kernel images for that. I cannot say anything about the 50p issue as yeah - not a Debug Log

For advancedlauncher: You need to extract the advancedlauncher zip and change the python from 2.1 to 2.1.0 zip it again and install it.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
Hi,
I was testing the latest kernel yesterday on my usual iMac test machine.
I noticed that XBMC needs to be manually set when handling an interlaced source, and it doesn't remember the interlaced files once played.
Is there any workaround?
One more thing, maybe it's off topic, I don't manage to play streams from web addresses if they have encrypted data. Where shall I post the request?
The kernel has nothing to do with the gui settings. You can set deinterlace to Auto and interlace method to "Temporal" and choose: "Save for all files".

Encrypted data is encrypted :-) It's most likely meant to be played by silverlight or something. Welcome in the DRM hell - not likely to be fixed legally in ffmpeg at all.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
(2014-04-28, 08:30)fritsch Wrote: The kernel has nothing to do with the gui settings. You can set deinterlace to Auto and interlace method to "Temporal" and choose: "Save for all files".

Encrypted data is encrypted :-) It's most likely meant to be played by silverlight or something. Welcome in the DRM hell - not likely to be fixed legally in ffmpeg at all.

Hi,
I've looked for "save for all files" but couldn't find it!
Have you a little help for this?

About encrypted data, it's not as bad as you say. VLC can cope with the link, and there's nothing strange.
The file is a link to a playlist that conforms to
http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-pantos-...reaming-08
and contains both the link to the encryption key and the link to the encrypted data.
I though that if VLC can do that, then other Open Source can do the same.
scroll down to the bottom in the video settings OSD(where you set deinterlace to Auto)
(2014-04-28, 08:11)fritsch Wrote: @kriticar: Not a debug log, but from what I see it gets stuck by reading the data from your usb drive:

Code:
06:37:14 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.611750, free buffers: 0
06:37:14 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.421375, free buffers: 0
06:37:15 T:140120790382336 WARNING: CActiveAEStream::AddData - timeout waiting for buffer, paused: 0, cache time: 0.446938, free buffers: 0

The wrong swapbuffers was fixed yesterday. I posted kernel images for that. I cannot say anything about the 50p issue as yeah - not a Debug Log

For advancedlauncher: You need to extract the advancedlauncher zip and change the python from 2.1 to 2.1.0 zip it again and install it.

I will try to reproduce the problem with debug turned on, and then paste logs again.
Thanks for advice about advanced launcher. I will try your method at evening.

When you say that you have updated kernel, can you please tell me how to update it?
By using apt-cache search linux-image and than apt-get install linux-image-x.x.x-xx or...?

USB hard drive is WD Passport USB3, that works with no problems in xubuntu 12.04 or windows.

I will try to update the kernel and then we will se.

Thanks.

Regards.
@kriticar: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1693116
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
(2014-04-28, 08:11)fritsch Wrote: For advancedlauncher: You need to extract the advancedlauncher zip and change the python from 2.1 to 2.1.0 zip it again and install it.

Just to confirm that advanced launcher downloaded from

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=85724

works as expected.

Regards.
(2014-04-28, 15:29)fritsch Wrote: @kriticar: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...pid1693116

Thanks for the info. I have updated kernel and now situation is much much better. I haven't noticed any problems during playback (approximately 10 minutes).
I turned on debug and as I can see there are still timeouts wainting for buffer.
I will try to check it more thoroughly.

dmesg
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7354488/
xbmc.log
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7354492/
Xorg.0.log
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7354493/
vdpauinfo
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7354494/
dpkg -l | grep mesa
http://paste.ubuntu.com/7354495/
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