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Linux AudioEngine testers - Linux only
When starting from terminal get this message

Running DIL (3.22.0) Version
DtsDeviceOpen: Opening HW in mode 0
DtsDeviceOpen: Create File Failed

Trouble is video plays fast no passthrough audio
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(2013-01-06, 00:23)mudwater Wrote: When starting from terminal get this message

Running DIL (3.22.0) Version
DtsDeviceOpen: Opening HW in mode 0
DtsDeviceOpen: Create File Failed

Trouble is video plays fast no passthrough audio
as already explained to you in the two other threads where you cross posted this, that has nothing whatever to do with audio!

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Just tried the new RC3 release. Has the Dolby TrueHD downmixing been broken? On Eden, I would playback a file with TrueHD soundtrack and it would automatically get downmixed to a 5.1 AC3 640kbit/s signal and play flawlessly on my Yamaha receiver connected via optical SPDIF. With Frodo , the signal I get on the receiver is still 5.1 AC3, however, only the front speakers play sound. Voices etc. are there, so it seems like it just gets downmixed to stereo, packaged in 5.1 AC3.

Edit: If I select HDMI as output device and disable "LPCM Multichannel support" I get 5.1 AC3 over optical out. Switching back to Optical/Coax breaks it again. Weird.
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I am using the latest XBMC build under Ubuntu 12.4 and I've just tried to play some True-HD and DTS-HD MA test videos, but either I am getting no sound or I just get noise on my Onkyo TX-NR818. (When I press the O key I see that the DTS-HD and True-HD sound is recognized by XBMC)
I have an Zotac GeForce GT 610 Zone Edition graphics card in my mediacenter to output the audio to my receiver. I've enabled DTS-HD and True-HD in my audio settings and set the right device. (regular AC3 movies are working)
What could be the problem? Here is my log output when I try to play one of the test videos:

Code:
23:59:54 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: DVDPlayer: Opening: ./hd_dolby_bit_harvest_lossless.m2ts
23:59:54 T:139957355075456 WARNING: CDVDMessageQueue(player)::Put MSGQ_NOT_INITIALIZED
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Thread CDVDPlayer start, auto delete: false
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Creating InputStream
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Creating Demuxer
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Opening video stream: 0 source: 256
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Creating video codec with codec id: 28
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDVideoCodecFFmpeg::Open() Creating VDPAU(1920x1080, 28)
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: vdp_device = 0x00000001 vdp_st = 0x00000000
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: VDPAU Decoder capabilities:
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: name          level macbs width height
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: ------------------------------------
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: MPEG1             0  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: MPEG2_SIMPLE      3  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: MPEG2_MAIN        3  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: H264_MAIN        41  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: H264_HIGH        41  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: VC1_SIMPLE        1  8190  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: VC1_MAIN          2  8190  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: VC1_ADVANCED      4  8190  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: MPEG4_PART2_ASP   5  8192  2048  2048
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: ------------------------------------
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_NOISE_REDUCTION
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_SHARPNESS
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_DEINTERLACE_TEMPORAL
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_DEINTERLACE_TEMPORAL_SPATIAL
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_INVERSE_TELECINE
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Mixer feature: VDP_VIDEO_MIXER_FEATURE_HIGH_QUALITY_SCALING_L1
23:59:54 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDVideoCodecFFmpeg::Open() Using codec: H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10 (VDPAU acceleration)
23:59:54 T:139955955357440  NOTICE: Thread CVideoReferenceClock start, auto delete: false
23:59:55 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Creating video thread
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: Thread CDVDPlayerVideo start, auto delete: false
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: running thread: video_thread
23:59:55 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Opening audio stream: 1 source: 256
23:59:55 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Finding audio codec for: 86063
23:59:55 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Creating audio thread
23:59:55 T:139955737196288  NOTICE: Thread CDVDPlayerAudio start, auto delete: false
23:59:55 T:139955737196288  NOTICE: running thread: CDVDPlayerAudio::Process()
23:59:55 T:139955737196288  NOTICE: Creating audio stream (codec id: 86063, channels: 8, sample rate: 192000, pass-through)
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) screenWidth:0 vidWidth:1920 surfaceWidth:1920
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) screenHeight:0 vidHeight:1080 surfaceHeight:1088
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: Creating 1920x1080 pixmap
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) Total Output Surfaces Available: 2 of a max (tmp: 2 const: 4)
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) Creating the video mixer
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  fps: 23.976024, pwidth: 1920, pheight: 1080, dwidth: 1920, dheight: 1080
23:59:55 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: Display resolution ADJUST : HDMI-0: 1920x1080 @ 23.98Hz (19) (weight: 0.000)
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: Using GL_TEXTURE_2D
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: Using VDPAU render method
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: NPOT texture support detected
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: Using GL_ARB_pixel_buffer_object
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: CVDPAU::OnLostDevice event
23:59:55 T:139955722528512  NOTICE: Thread CDelayedMessage start, auto delete: true
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) FiniVDPAUOutput
23:59:55 T:139957355075456   ERROR: GLX: Same window as before, refreshing context
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: Using GL_TEXTURE_2D
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: Using VDPAU render method
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: NPOT texture support detected
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: GL: Using GL_ARB_pixel_buffer_object
23:59:55 T:139957355075456  NOTICE: CVDPAU::OnResetDevice event
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: Attempting recovery
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: vdp_device = 0x00000001 vdp_st = 0x00000000
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) screenWidth:1920 vidWidth:1920 surfaceWidth:1920
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) screenHeight:1080 vidHeight:1080 surfaceHeight:1088
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: Creating 1920x1080 pixmap
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) Total Output Surfaces Available: 2 of a max (tmp: 2 const: 4)
00:00:00 T:139955946964736  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) Creating the video mixer
00:00:10 T:139955737196288 WARNING: CDVDMessageQueue(audio)::Get - asked for new data packet, with nothing available
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::OnExit()
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: DVDPlayer: eof, waiting for queues to empty
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: DVDPlayer: closing audio stream
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Closing audio stream
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(audio)::WaitUntilEmpty
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Waiting for audio thread to exit
00:00:10 T:139955737196288  NOTICE: thread end: CDVDPlayerAudio::OnExit()
00:00:10 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Closing audio device
00:00:10 T:139955946964736 WARNING: CDVDMessageQueue(video)::Get - asked for new data packet, with nothing available
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Deleting audio codec
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: DVDPlayer: closing video stream
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: Closing video stream
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDMessageQueue(video)::WaitUntilEmpty
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: waiting for video thread to exit
00:00:11 T:139955946964736   ERROR: Got MSGQ_ABORT or MSGO_IS_ERROR return true
00:00:11 T:139955946964736  NOTICE: thread end: video_thread
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: deleting video codec
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::OnExit() deleting demuxer
00:00:11 T:139955984746240  NOTICE: CDVDPlayer::OnExit() deleting input stream
00:00:11 T:139957355075456  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) Close
00:00:11 T:139957355075456  NOTICE:  (VDPAU) FiniVDPAUOutput
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I think you will need ot give a full debug report from xbmc startup until after you stop playing the test vid. And post it to a paste site like pastebin.
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Ok I've pasted the whole debug log under: http://pastebin.com/c097yyRt
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I see your output device is called hdmi-remap. That implies to me that you are using an asound.conf or~/.asoundrc. I have seen plenty of posts indicating that this should be unnecessary on frodo. Try doing without those files (rename them, don't delete, makes it easier to get them back).

I appreciate that your sound channels may need remapping, but let's eliminate asound.conf as a sourc of problems for the moment...

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Yes that was the problem. I did configure my mediacenter as written in the wiki on this page: http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=HOW...controller
I reverted all my changes and after a reboot of my mediacenter DTS-HD and TrueHD playback is working!

Thanks for the advice.
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Glad it worked Smile
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@thenetstriker

I added warning to wiki page as those instructions are for EDEN and will not likely (clearly do not) to work with Frodo which obviously has audioEngine and Eden Does not.

uNi
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(2012-12-18, 18:20)Crayden Wrote: edit:
as a side note: this is a wide spread isse with 7.1 channel aac files as ffdshow and lav have the same issue, too. one of the lav developer already responded to this issue and integrated a fix (remap) for the next lav audio filter.

Sorry, but I'm experiencing silence with 7.1 AAC files (in mp4 and mkv). I'm not sure if this is a result of remapping (only have a stereo system atm) or if it's a version or system-specific (openelec on rpi) problem. XBMC log doesn't seem to show that it recognizes that anything is awry (can post if anyone thinks it relevant.) Nobody has thusfar answered me across multiple fora; maybe I should have begun here...
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@LastSilmaril

What remapping? What XBMC version do you have? What Hardware have you got these problems on?

uNi
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LOL, the welcoming committee Smile At least someone actually replied! So thanks for that!
(2013-01-10, 00:41)uNiversal Wrote: What remapping?
I quoted Crayden's post above, but here it is in full:
Quote:If this has not already been taken care of can some who's able to look into channel mappings for the AE have a look at this:
http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=147170&page=2

basically 7.0 and 7.1 aac audio channels are labled differently even though the actual order is as one would have expected. But the result is as stated in this thread and the channel are outputted in the wrong order. If this is something which should be fixed in the decoder it would be nice if someone can give me a hint where or who'd be the best location to address this issue to. As stated in the thread above LAV and ffdshow (libav) share the same issue. But my guess is that they're decoding it with the defined channel order and names (at least from looking at the LAV status output) but then wrongly map/mix these channels to the actual 7.1 layout.

Otherwise I really love the new AE, just had a minor issue with 24bit 192khz flac playback through spdif where the audio began to stutter, but for me this is less important than the 7.1 channel mapping issue
So thanks a lot for the good work! I really love it.

edit:
as a side note: this is a wide spread isse with 7.1 channel aac files as ffdshow and lav have the same issue, too. one of the lav developer already responded to this issue and integrated a fix (remap) for the next lav audio filter.

Quote:What XBMC version do you have? What Hardware have you got these problems on?

As I said Smile
(2013-01-10, 00:31)LastSilmaril Wrote: (openelec on rpi)

I am using OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi (two of them; one model B 256MB, and one Model B 512MB). Update the builds every few days. But you're right that I didn't mention the exact XBMC; sorry. Right now, the version of XBMC being used is 12.0-RC2 Git:c0320c2 (Compiled: Dec 28, 2012).

My exact problem right now is that I'm getting no output whatsoever with 7.1 AAC audio, in any container. But the only problem I've seen reported is the wrongly-mapped channels. I was thinking that they may be linked.

Thanks again for taking the time to reply.

EDIT: Here also is the ticket for the channels not being mapped properly bug:
http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/13758

EDIT2: Problem persists with XBMC 12.0-RC3 acfe70f (compiled today) and the latest OpenELEC build.
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Ok lets clear up a few things...

The remapping is ONLY for ION 1st generation (as it clearly states on the link), -> VIA HDMI only not for any other machines, this is the most important part, all other machines do not need it.

AE it self has internal problem with mapping, there a re several PR's to try and resolve something but they cant agree on what to do with PR's

Also If any of these PR's you guys can pull and build and test them for yourself s.... However remove ANY remapping you done need to be removed.

So grab the PR's find them and compile them and submit feedback on them.

Just my 2c on this mess of trying to change a light bulb with a pair of pliers.

uNi
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(2013-01-10, 01:51)uNiversal Wrote: Ok lets clear up a few things...

The remapping is ONLY for ION 1st generation (as it clearly states on the link), -> VIA HDMI only not for any other machines, this is the most important part, all other machines do not need it.

AE it self has internal problem with mapping, there a re several PR's to try and resolve something but they cant agree on what to do with PR's

Also If any of these PR's you guys can pull and build and test them for yourself s.... However remove ANY remapping you done need to be removed.

So grab the PR's find them and compile them and submit feedback on them.

Just my 2c on this mess of trying to change a light bulb with a pair of pliers.

uNi

Thank you very much. I looked at the long PR linked to in the other thread, but their concern is the downmix map, from what I can tell. But I've just discovered that a) I don't have any audio output with 7.1 AAC, even if I set the output in system settings to 7.1 in conjunction with a 7.1 receiver b) even when I use 5.1, it is downmixed to 2.0 when sent to my receiver. LOL. What a mess. I wish I knew how to help fix it...

Given b) though, I suppose it's worth checking out the PR. That's something. Thank you.
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