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v17 LibreELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 17.0)
(2016-05-08, 08:58)Sinisan Wrote:
(2016-05-06, 08:56)Sinisan Wrote: Hello all !

...no, this message is not to ask again about DVD playing... I wait. (perhaps could I help, but I don't really know how.. Strange : when you open the DVD iso, and read the .m2ts files, it's ok...).

This message is to ask you how Kodi recognize the movie 3D format. I'm not talking about the filename, but when it detects a 3D movie, you can choose SBS, TAB and "as the movie". My question is : how does it know the movie format ?

In reality, I have some little problems with makemkv : it's ok, the MVC format is ok, but when I play with Kodi, the player detects it's a 3D movie and ask myself what I want, and when I choose "as the movie" (that's what I'm usually doing), it's not in 3D. I have to choose SBS or TAB (it doesn't change : strange isn't it ?) to switch to good 3d movie.

This problem is not with all MVC MKV, of course. So it's probably a flag or something makemkv forgot to put in the file, but I would appreciate to know what Wink

Thank you for your help.

Hello,

Anybody could tell me what's the 3D "signature" ?

Thank you,

Hello.

It looks like this is not the good place to ask my question, as nobody answered. Do you know where I can find somebody to help me about what is telling KODI it's 3d movie or not ?

Thank you.
hi!
I am testing libreELEC 8/kodi 17 into my raspberry and I have 2 issues, maybe are silly questions...

1) I realized that if you copy and paste an addon folder inside /storage/.kodi/addons/ folder system does not recognizes it, neither after reboot... Is this a new feature of kodi or something related to alpha stage in libreELEC?

2) when trying to launch my retroarch addon I get some errors realted with missing libs (libavcodec.so.56, libavformat.so.56, libavutil.so.54, libswscale.so.3, libswresample.so.1). I guess it is related with ffmpeg update, isn't it?

thanks!
(2016-05-11, 09:23)neep Wrote: do network settings set in advancedsettings.xml not longer work?
i have:
Code:
<advancedsettings>
    <network>
        <buffermode>1</buffermode>
        <cachemembuffersize>157286400</cachemembuffersize>
        <readbufferfactor>5</readbufferfactor>
      </network>
</advancedsettings>

It works on openelec 7 beta on a rasppi2. But on the latest testbuild here, if i put up that "attribute window" while playing a video file, it always says forward: 0 B, so it seems the cache does not get filled.

In the upcoming Kodi v17, the following tags are removed from <network> and placed under a new <cache> tag. Also, <cachemembuffersize> is renamed to <memorysize>.
<cache>
<memorysize>0</memorysize> <!-- number of bytes used for buffering streams in memory
When set to 0 the cache will be written to disk instead of RAM -->
<buffermode>0</buffermode> <!-- Choose what to buffer:
0) Buffer all internet filesystems (like "2" but additionally also ftp, webdav, etc.) (default)
1) Buffer all filesystems (including local)
2) Only buffer true internet filesystems (streams) (http, etc.)
3) No buffer -->
<readbufferfactor>4.0</readbufferfactor> <!-- this factor determines the max readrate in terms of readbufferfactor * avg bitrate of a video file.
This can help on bad connections to keep the cache filled. It will also greatly speed up buffering. Default value 4.0. -->
</cache>
Just wondering what does this setting do?
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(2016-05-11, 12:37)Warez Wrote: Just wondering what does this setting do?

It adjusts the audio offset by the number of video frames latency believed to exist in graphics driver.
Feel free to try different values and report which feels most in sync.
(2016-05-11, 13:57)popcornmix Wrote:
(2016-05-11, 12:37)Warez Wrote: Just wondering what does this setting do?

It adjusts the audio offset by the number of video frames latency believed to exist in graphics driver.
Feel free to try different values and report which feels most in sync.

Ok i will do some testing...is this setting going to replace the resample audio setting?

Grz Warez
(2016-05-11, 09:23)neep Wrote: do network settings set in advancedsettings.xml not longer work?
i have:
Yes sorry, all renamed by PR9681 in #0502. See post from Warez above, or 2330682 (post)
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
(2016-05-11, 11:28)bite_your_idols Wrote: hi!
I am testing libreELEC 8/kodi 17 into my raspberry and I have 2 issues, maybe are silly questions...

1) I realized that if you copy and paste an addon folder inside /storage/.kodi/addons/ folder system does not recognizes it, neither after reboot... Is this a new feature of kodi or something related to alpha stage in libreELEC?

2) when trying to launch my retroarch addon I get some errors realted with missing libs (libavcodec.so.56, libavformat.so.56, libavutil.so.54, libswscale.so.3, libswresample.so.1). I guess it is related with ffmpeg update, isn't it?

thanks!

1) Yes this is the new addons behaviour in Kodi 17. Add-ons will now be disabled by default unless they are installed from a repository or from zip. If you delete your Addons*.db, all your add-ons will be disabled. You'll need to manually enable your copied-in add-on.

2) You need to rebuild your add-on, linking against the correct library versions - those libraries you mentioned have all been bumped by +1 following the switch to ffmpeg3, ie. libavcodec.so.57, libswresample.so.2 etc.
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
(2016-05-11, 14:04)Warez Wrote: Ok i will do some testing...is this setting going to replace the resample audio setting?

No, it's not related to resampling.

The issue is that one graphics card may be double buffered, and so introduce an extra video latency of 41ms (for 24Hz display) and 17ms for 60Hz
Another graphics card may be triple buffered, and so introduce an extra video latency of 83ms (for 24Hz display) and 33ms for 60Hz

You can't correct for both of these cases with a single global offset, so VideoPlayer needs to know whether the driver is single/double/triple buffered,
and on many platforms that information is not easily available, so it's been added to a GUI setting.

On the Pi this should be something that is consistent across all devices, so shouldn't need user input.
I believe 2 is the best answer, but I'm willing to be convinced otherwise if users disagree.
When I run my rpi3 with stock config.txt except I added my serial numbers for the codecs, it shows as running in 600mhz. Shouldn't it be running at 1200mhz?
It also feels very sluggish.

Should I change it to something else? If so what is the base settings for an rpi3? Not only arm_freq but the the core_freq, sdram_freq and over_voltage values?
If my post helped you then there is a nice "Thank user" button on the bottom of the post.
(2016-05-11, 14:05)Milhouse Wrote: 1) Yes this is the new addons behaviour in Kodi 17. Add-ons will now be disabled by default unless they are installed from a repository or from zip. If you delete your Addons*.db, all your add-ons will be disabled. You'll need to manually enable your copied-in add-on.

and with "manually enable" you mean reinstalling using zip file or is there any way to add them to Addons.db?


(2016-05-11, 14:05)Milhouse Wrote: 2) You need to rebuild your add-on, linking against the correct library versions - those libraries you mentioned have all been bumped by +1 following the switch to ffmpeg3, ie. libavcodec.so.57, libswresample.so.2 etc.

ok, I suppouse I will need to learn compiling Sad or just wait until Lakka, retroarch or recalbox build it for me...

Thanks Milhouse!
(2016-05-11, 14:05)Milhouse Wrote:
(2016-05-11, 11:28)bite_your_idols Wrote: hi!
I am testing libreELEC 8/kodi 17 into my raspberry and I have 2 issues, maybe are silly questions...

1) I realized that if you copy and paste an addon folder inside /storage/.kodi/addons/ folder system does not recognizes it, neither after reboot... Is this a new feature of kodi or something related to alpha stage in libreELEC?

2) when trying to launch my retroarch addon I get some errors realted with missing libs (libavcodec.so.56, libavformat.so.56, libavutil.so.54, libswscale.so.3, libswresample.so.1). I guess it is related with ffmpeg update, isn't it?

thanks!

1) Yes this is the new addons behaviour in Kodi 17. Add-ons will now be disabled by default unless they are installed from a repository or from zip. If you delete your Addons*.db, all your add-ons will be disabled. You'll need to manually enable your copied-in add-on.

2) You need to rebuild your add-on, linking against the correct library versions - those libraries you mentioned have all been bumped by +1 following the switch to ffmpeg3, ie. libavcodec.so.57, libswresample.so.2 etc.

That is really a pitty, I use copy addon's a lot to get my different test builds up 2 speed, now it's one copy action and done. Isn't there a workaround or easy to enable all copied addon's at once or whatever?

With kind regards
(2016-05-11, 15:51)laric Wrote: When I run my rpi3 with stock config.txt except I added my serial numbers for the codecs, it shows as running in 600mhz. Shouldn't it be running at 1200mhz?
It also feels very sluggish.

By default the RPi3 will dynamically vary the frequency depending on load. You can monitor your current CPU fequency using bcmstat.sh.

(2016-05-11, 15:51)laric Wrote: Should I change it to something else? If so what is the base settings for an rpi3? Not only arm_freq but the the core_freq, sdram_freq and over_voltage values?

Let's not derail this thread with overclocking talk - there's enough of those threads already if you search. Thanks.
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
(2016-05-11, 16:29)bite_your_idols Wrote:
(2016-05-11, 14:05)Milhouse Wrote: 1) Yes this is the new addons behaviour in Kodi 17. Add-ons will now be disabled by default unless they are installed from a repository or from zip. If you delete your Addons*.db, all your add-ons will be disabled. You'll need to manually enable your copied-in add-on.

and with "manually enable" you mean reinstalling using zip file or is there any way to add them to Addons.db?

No - I mean going into the Addons browser, finding the addon, and clicking "Enable".
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
(2016-05-11, 18:19)apoc [t.i.m.] Wrote: Isn't there a workaround or easy to enable all copied addon's at once or whatever?

Not any more, no.
Texture Cache Maintenance Utility: Preload your texture cache for optimal UI performance. Remotely manage media libraries. Purge unused artwork to free up space. Find missing media. Configurable QA check to highlight metadata issues. Aid in diagnosis of library and cache related problems.
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