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(2014-04-08, 04:26)elmerohueso Wrote: If anyone's interested, I modified the splash screen for "XBMC on OUYA". Just push it to XMBC's media folder.
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Figured that, while waiting for Gotham to work well, I'll customize some stuff in the OUYA build (icons, app name) and pretend it's official.

im interested
(2014-04-08, 03:35)nickr Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 03:09)calev Wrote: You clearly have not done much testing because i have watched 30gb bluray remuxes on the ouya from start to finish with no stuttering. Some do stutter but others play fine.
30GB is meaningless unless you know the length of the movie. bitrate is what is relevant!

Actually, bitrate is also meaningless. The one true king is knowing the video format, profile and level Smile
(2014-04-08, 04:26)elmerohueso Wrote: If anyone's interested, I modified the splash screen for "XBMC on OUYA". Just push it to XMBC's media folder.
Image
Figured that, while waiting for Gotham to work well, I'll customize some stuff in the OUYA build (icons, app name) and pretend it's official.

I am interested and is there away to get this on the launcher yet?
(2014-04-08, 05:48)davilla Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 03:35)nickr Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 03:09)calev Wrote: You clearly have not done much testing because i have watched 30gb bluray remuxes on the ouya from start to finish with no stuttering. Some do stutter but others play fine.
30GB is meaningless unless you know the length of the movie. bitrate is what is relevant!

Actually, bitrate is also meaningless. The one true king is knowing the video format, profile and level Smile
True, I should have said all that.
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(2014-04-08, 05:16)DiegoMejia Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 04:26)elmerohueso Wrote: If anyone's interested, I modified the splash screen for "XBMC on OUYA". Just push it to XMBC's media folder.
Image
Figured that, while waiting for Gotham to work well, I'll customize some stuff in the OUYA build (icons, app name) and pretend it's official.

im interested

Doesn't look like the graphic came through, sorry, Try http://postimg.org/image/o04tj7aad/full/.

(2014-04-08, 05:51)rj2763 Wrote: I am interested and is there away to get this on the launcher yet?

Haven't had a chance to dig through that, yet. Sorry.
(2014-04-08, 06:27)elmerohueso Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 05:16)DiegoMejia Wrote: [quote='elmerohueso' pid='1676047' dateline='1396923964']
If anyone's interested, I modified the splash screen for "XBMC on OUYA". Just push it to XMBC's media folder.
Image
Figured that, while waiting for Gotham to work well, I'll customize some stuff in the OUYA build (icons, app name) and pretend it's official.

im interested

Doesn't look like the graphic came through, sorry, Try http://postimg.org/image/o04tj7aad/full/.


looks awesome, thanks
(2014-04-08, 06:27)elmerohueso Wrote: Doesn't look like the graphic came through, sorry, Try http://postimg.org/image/o04tj7aad/full/.

.

I may have missed it, but what location do you push it too?
(2014-04-08, 06:27)elmerohueso Wrote: Doesn't look like the graphic came through, sorry, Try http://postimg.org/image/o04tj7aad/full/.

[quote='rj2763' pid='1676120' dateline='1396929102']

It looks great, thanks! I'm confused about placement. Where do you put the file, and how did you get it there? adb, xbmcfm,estrong?
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(2014-04-08, 07:05)jocala Wrote:
(2014-04-08, 06:27)elmerohueso Wrote: Doesn't look like the graphic came through, sorry, Try http://postimg.org/image/o04tj7aad/full/.

[quote='rj2763' pid='1676120' dateline='1396929102']

It looks great, thanks! I'm confused about placement. Where do you put the file, and how did you get it there? adb, xbmcfm,estrong?

Type

adb push splash.png /sdcard/Android/data/tv.ouya.xbmc/files/.xbmc/media/splash.png

Assuming you put the splash.png in your platform-tools directory.
I dont understand using the Eclipse eviro or how to sideload this. Can someone give better instructions. Im very familiar with terminal i have used it a number of times to install XBMC on apple tvs and so on. I have used terminal for other things as well. I saw on amazons page you can use eclipse but im still not seeing what it says i should be seeing.

all i get is when i type the ./adb kill-server it says ADB no such file or server
(2014-04-08, 08:08)ilovemymac Wrote: I dont understand using the Eclipse eviro or how to sideload this. Can someone give better instructions. Im very familiar with terminal i have used it a number of times to install XBMC on apple tvs and so on. I have used terminal for other things as well. I saw on amazons page you can use eclipse but im still not seeing what it says i should be seeing.



ADB was easier for me than eclipse

https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/asb/connect-adb.html

Then install from command line

https://developer.amazon.com/sdk/asb/app-install.html
I ran the Jellyfish Bitrate files on a wired connection with the suggested Ouya build.

On the fire tv up to 70 Mbps appear smooth and the frame rate appears steady from 23.98 fps to 24.00 fps.

It's difficult to judge if it's actually smooth from these short clips, looks as though from about 50 Mbps on up there could be some very slight stutters.

My windows 7 machine with a I5 2500k and a Nvidia 560 Ti made it to 100 Mbps in XBMC before becoming unable to maintain a consistent frame-rate of 23.98 to 24 fps.

It did however seem slightly jittery at 100 Mbps but reported a steady frame rate.

Forgot to add, files were on the windows 7 machine.
dismantler could always look at the list here as a number of them are several mins http://www.demo-world.eu/trailers/high-d...ailers.php
I didn't really know which to pick here so I did this one: http://www.demo-world.eu/trailers/redire...animal.jpg

It had a bit-rate of 8.8 Mbps and a fps of 29. The format was .m2ts

Played great and stayed at 29 fps the whole time.
(2014-04-08, 07:27)AiRTiMe34 Wrote: adb push splash.png /sdcard/Android/data/tv.ouya.xbmc/files/.xbmc/media/splash.png

Assuming you put the splash.png in your platform-tools directory.

Thanks! Again, very nice job on splash.png
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