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FFmpeg version bump + XBMC add-on patches.
#91
(2013-03-13, 23:50)flyingrat Wrote: If you are a believer in "Continuous Delivery" (as I am) then anything that can, should be automated to avoid that Mr Murphy shows up when you prepare for new changes.

I also met the opposite where more problems arose with automation as one relies on it without checking and afterwards hunts long time to find the issue.
In real live I'm all for it but here one could spend the time better for fixing other issue first.
Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forum before posting.
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#92
(2013-03-14, 00:07)WiSo Wrote: I also met the opposite where more problems arose with automation as one relies on it without checking and afterwards hunts long time to find the issue.
In real live I'm all for it but here one could spend the time better for fixing other issue first.

Been there too, also known as "spaghetti automation" Smile Smile Smile /Cheers, Lars.
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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#93
Flyingrat,

Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?
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#94
(2013-03-14, 22:16)juggie Wrote: Flyingrat,

Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?

I have custom builds available on the OpenELEC forums...
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#95
(2013-03-14, 22:16)juggie Wrote: Flyingrat,

Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?

I can provide some binaries for ubuntu, win32 and osx. Any idea where to put them?
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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#96
@flyingrat, Dropbox or Sugarsync, Google Drive.
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#97
(2013-03-14, 22:16)juggie Wrote: Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?

Not normally, but now I've put some of them online at: XBMC-FFmpeg-n1.1.3-binaries. Please report any type of problems. Thanks in advance!
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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#98
Latest FFMpeg 1.2 availabe, please check flyingrat in www.ffmpeg.org.
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#99
(2013-03-15, 12:13)Wanilton Wrote: Latest FFMpeg 1.2 availabe, please check flyingrat in www.ffmpeg.org.

Thanks! Any interesting or important updates in 1.2?
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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Here change log 1.2 (Major Version), I think need update again

- VDPAU hardware acceleration through normal hwaccel
- SRTP support
- Error diffusion dither in Swscale
- Chained Ogg support
- Theora Midstream reconfiguration support
- EVRC decoder
- audio fade filter
- filtering audio with unknown channel layout
- allpass, bass, bandpass, bandreject, biquad, equalizer, highpass, lowpass and treble audio filter
- improved showspectrum filter, with multichannel support and sox-like colors
- histogram filter
- tee muxer
- il filter ported from libmpcodecs
- support ID3v2 tags in ASF files
- encrypted TTA stream decoding support
- RF64 support in WAV muxer
- noise filter ported from libmpcodecs
- Subtitles character encoding conversion
- blend filter
- stereo3d filter ported from libmpcodecs
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I'll need to look at the XBMC patches before moving to 1.2...

We need to give thought to how quickly we move between releases. I am all for moving to new releases but we also need to consider stability as well as new functionality.
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(2013-03-15, 12:32)Wanilton Wrote: Here change log 1.2 (Major Version), I think need update again

- VDPAU hardware acceleration through normal hwaccel
- SRTP support
- Error diffusion dither in Swscale
- Chained Ogg support
- Theora Midstream reconfiguration support
- EVRC decoder
- audio fade filter
- filtering audio with unknown channel layout
- allpass, bass, bandpass, bandreject, biquad, equalizer, highpass, lowpass and treble audio filter
- improved showspectrum filter, with multichannel support and sox-like colors
- histogram filter
- tee muxer
- il filter ported from libmpcodecs
- support ID3v2 tags in ASF files
- encrypted TTA stream decoding support
- RF64 support in WAV muxer
- noise filter ported from libmpcodecs
- Subtitles character encoding conversion
- blend filter
- stereo3d filter ported from libmpcodecs

Thanks, but I was probably unclear: any particular updates of interest that you are missing in XBMC?
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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(2013-03-15, 12:42)vicbitter Wrote: I'll need to look at the XBMC patches before moving to 1.2...

We need to give thought to how quickly we move between releases. I am all for moving to new releases but we also need to consider stability as well as new functionality.

Agreed, I also think we need to get this release stable before anything else. When n.1.1.3 is streamlined on all platforms it should be no problem to move on to the next ffmpeg version...
1. XBMC: http://github.com/FlyingRat/xbmc (ffmpeg-head-inc-xbmc-patches)
2. FFmpeg: http://github.com/FlyingRat/FFmpeg (ffmpeg-head-with-xbmc-custom-patches)
3. XBMC-updated-FFmpeg-binaries (just dev snapshots, no regular distros)
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(2013-03-15, 10:39)flyingrat Wrote:
(2013-03-14, 22:16)juggie Wrote: Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?

Not normally, but now I've put some of them online at: XBMC-FFmpeg-n1.1.3-binaries. Please report any type of problems. Thanks in advance!

Awesome thanks. I'll give it a shot on win32 first, but as things progress more an ubuntu ppa would be awesome.
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(2013-03-16, 04:16)juggie Wrote:
(2013-03-15, 10:39)flyingrat Wrote:
(2013-03-14, 22:16)juggie Wrote: Are you producing builds of this anywhere for testing?

Not normally, but now I've put some of them online at: XBMC-FFmpeg-n1.1.3-binaries. Please report any type of problems. Thanks in advance!

Awesome thanks. I'll give it a shot on win32 first, but as things progress more an ubuntu ppa would be awesome.

Hi Flyingrat,

I gave it a try for a few minutes, I am still showing 0bytes cached playing a HDS/HLS stream. Is that number being updated by ffdmpeg or is the caching happening internal to ffmpeg and not displayed on the debug. I did notice it took a little longer to start then normal so it may have been buffering.

Thanks!
Juggie
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