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OpenELEC Testbuilds for RaspberryPi (Kodi 15.0) Part 2
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Kodi "master" is now based on Isengard, or Kodi 15. See this thread for Kodi 14 (Helix) testbuilds. For previous Kodi 15 builds, see here.

** Kodi "master" is now Kodi 16.0 alpha1 - see the Kodi 16 thread for new builds. **

Fair Warning

Kodi 15 is currently "RC1". and there is likely to be a lot of activity in the coming weeks. There will be breakage.

Many of the newclock4 commits that have been tested over the past few months are now in helix_rbp_backports and should appear in official OpenELEC builds, so if you favour stability then stick with the official builds.

I will continue with periodic build releases based on master and whatever popcornmix throws our way. Fingers crossed the generally pretty good review procedures and change management will keep problems to a minimum. Your continued feedback and testing is appreciated.

Skin Usage

By all means use third party skins with these builds (if the skins are compatible), but please do not report problems that cannot be reproduced while using the stock Confluence skin that is included with every build.

If a problem is not reproducible with stock Confluence then it's most likely to be a third-party skin problem, in which case contact the skin maintainer.

Installing

You need a working system in order to install a test build. If you are starting from scratch, use an official OpenELEC disk image to create a working system on your SD card. Once you have a working system, install the test build by copying the tar file into your Update folder and reboot.


Recent builds (see next post for older builds):
  • #0701, 01-Jul-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Bump libplatform; fix for GetDriveSpace() crash)
  • #0630, 30-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; include fix for distorted OpenELEC splash images; updates for libcec)
  • #0629, 29-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for PVR addon language commits; fix SMS handling)
  • #0628, 28-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Potential fix for PVR channgel group related crash; switch PVR addons to language resources)
  • #0627, 27-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for sdhost driver/overclock issue)
  • #0626, 26-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; add the Raspberry Pi firmware driver; testing: HW mouse pointer)
  • #0625, 25-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Potentially improved database access through string key reuse)
  • #0624, 24-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Updated libnfs - drop streaming cache patch)
  • #0623, 23-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; flip default of prefer pts timestamps)
  • #0622, 22-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware and newclock4 updates with 3D detection fixes; kernel 4.1)
  • #0621, 21-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Use upstream scissor fix PR7293, with correction for vertically oriented text)
  • #0620, 20-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware)
  • #0619, 19-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (No fix yet for Hifiberry-Digi; bump pvr.hts; updated sdhost driver)
  • #0618, 18-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New kernel 4.1.0-rc8)
  • #0617, 17-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; FontTTF scissor fix)
  • #0616, 16-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Enable io_is_busy for sdhost driver by default; optimise CPU frequency scaling)
  • #0615, 15-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Updated pvr.vbox; fix subs in archives)
  • #0614, 14-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Kodi 15.0 rc1; fix for positioning of subtitles; bump audiodecoder and pvr add-ons)
  • #0613, 13-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for videodb scraping issues)
  • #0612, 12-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Various PVR/EPG updates)
  • #0611, 11-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New v93 videodb schema)
  • #0610, 10-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware, with fix for 3D zoom, and emmc clock issue; improve PVR EPG startup performance)
  • #0609, 09-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Bump rtl8192du)
  • #0608, 08-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Various upstream commits tested in previous builds)
  • #0607, 08-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; new kernel 4.0.5; bump pvr.mythtv addon to 2.2.1; make it possible to use multiple PVR clients)
  • #0606, 06-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (ffmpeg warp point fix; ignore pts value when m_hints.ptsinvalid set; libcec python wrapper; fix JSON filter)
  • #0605, 05-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Various updates)
  • #0604, 04-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for tiled hevc videos)
  • #0603, 03-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (HEVC Update)
  • #0602, 02-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix crash in PVR::CPVRClient::GetDriveSpace; HEVC updates - should reduce 1080p judder)
  • #0601, 01-Jun-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for language dialog issue)
  • #0531, 31-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; ShaderToy screensaver and visualisation are now installable addons)
  • #0530, 30-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; build SPI support as modules)
  • #0529, 29-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix for subtitle font corruption)
  • #0528, 28-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (NEON SAO HEVC optimisations; libarmmem-a7 on RPi2)
  • #0527, 27-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Add luma prediction on QPUs; replace separate screensavers with ShaderToy screensaver, add new ones)
  • #0526, 26-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (BD Bookmark change)
  • #0525, 25-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Add "Prefer PTS timestamps" GUI option)
  • #0524, 24-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Various small changes)
  • #0523c, 24-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; improved hevc acceleration; #0523c: Fix build)
  • #0522, 22-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix cachemembuffersize initialisation; MVC and 3D support updates)
  • #0521, 21-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Shadertoy improvements; temporarily add logging/core dump capability to kodi-splash.sh)
  • #0520, 20-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (RTL8188EU updated)
  • #0519, 19-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New kernel 4.0.4; bump ffmpeg 2.6.3)
  • #0518, 18-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; h265: add support for weighted prediction in P frames)
  • #0517, 17-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New kernel 4.0.3; string/language cosmetics)
  • #0516, 16-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Update libplatform; latest librtmp/KSV patches)
  • #0515, 15-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New mmc and sdhost overclock options)
  • #0514, 15-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (HEVC optimisations)
  • #0513, 13-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware)
  • #0512, 12-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New Shadertoy visualization; enable the mailbox driver kernel option)
  • #0511, 11-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New kernel 4.0.2; bump libbluray to 0.8.0; no longer include audiodecoder, audioencoder and visualization addons)
  • #0510, 11-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (libCEC change merged upstream)
  • #0509, 09-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (curl certificate fix; audiodecoders library fix; libbluray 0.8.0; AirPlay/AirTunes/libshairplay updates)
  • #0508, 08-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Move DTS HD 8 channel support option to System -> Audio output, and make dependent on Passthrough)
  • #0507, 07-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (newclock4: include CEC repeating keypress commits)
  • #0506, 06-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (sdhost driver support added in OpenELEC; dcadec updates; two more GLES screensavers)
  • #0505, 06-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Move to libCEC 3.0.0; build PVR addons with kodi-platform/platform; fix for cachemembuffersize and multiple profiles)
  • #0504, 04-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Revert libCEC 3.0.0 bump - not ready for this yet; include videodb fix to help with v90 migration)
  • #0503, 03-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Build upstream dcadec (DTS HD) as shared, fix performance issues; bump libressl & libcurl - new addons required)
  • #0502, 02-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix RPi1 kernel warnings/performance regression with default [old] SD driver)
  • #0501, 01-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware.; new kernel 4.0.1; kodi 15.0 beta2; mmc fixes in 4.0.y; new experimental SD card driver)

Feature Requests:
I will not be adding extra add-hoc packages to these builds as that is not their purpose, which is to help test bug fixes and enhancements for existing features/packages/drivers in stock OpenELEC. New functionality may be included for testing purposes if it is considered both beneficial and highly likely to be merged upstream in the near future, and is available as a github pull request or commit.

I have no desire to create builds with unique features upon which someone becomes dependent, as this benefits nobody in the long term not even those using the unique features once I stop creating new builds. In theory, when I stop creating new builds you should all be able to seamlessly switch back to official OpenELEC builds which by then should be including most if not all of the enhancements originally tested in these builds.

If you care about long term support for your favourite package, feature or driver and want to see it included in an OpenELEC build, contact the OpenELEC developers on github and open an issue requesting the addition of support in the base OpenELEC build (or better yet, create a Pull Request with patch). That way everyone building or using an OpenELEC derived system "wins".

Additional Testing Notes:
  1. Build references

    When reporting issues, refer to builds using only the published build codes, ie. #0215, #0216 etc. The build code is visible on the boot screen, and by typing "lsb_release".

    Do NOT use any other reference, as these are often meaningless. For instance, the OpenELEC github revision identifier, 20272, 20281 etc. can be used by more than one build if nothing changes in OpenELEC between successive builds meaning such references could identify multiple builds, rendering it useless as a unique reference.

    Anyone using the wrong reference will be ignored by me, possibly others, as I'm just not interested in working out which build you may or may not be referring to.

  2. Usage information

    Starting with build #0529, very limited usage information will be collected during the first boot of each newly installed build. The information collected is: build#, Pi memory size (256MB, 512MB or 1008MB) and maximum ARM frequency. No IP or personal information is collected!

    If you wish to opt out of data collection, run the following command:
    Code:
    touch /storage/.config/milhouse.dnt
    The purpose of this data collection is really just to get an idea of how much testing is being carried out and on what hardware, and would otherwise be achieved via non-opt out server logs if such logs were available (which they're not).

  3. Migrating OpenELEC from Pi1 to Pi2, and back again

    Note: Prior to migration I would recommend disabling all overclocks, as a Pi1 overclock may not work successfully on a Pi2, and vice versa.

    From Pi1 to Pi2: While using the Pi1, upgrade with the RPi2 tar. Once the upgrade is complete, the system will reboot to a rainbow boot screen (as you're now booting the ARMv7 kernel). Shutdown (pull the power) and transfer the SD card into your Pi2, which will boot normally.

    From Pi2 to Pi1: While using the Pi2, upgrade with the RPi tar. Once the upgrade is complete, the system will reboot to a rainbow boot screen (as you're now using the ARMv6 kernel). Shutdown (pull the power) and transfer the SD card into your Pi1, which will boot normally.

  4. Builds since early Dec 2014 include crashlog support

    In the event of a crash, the file /storage/.kodi/temp/kodi_crashlog will be created. Upload this file to a paste site and post details on the forum.

    Debug builds are occasionally uploaded to the debug folder. Debug builds will usually include more detailed crashlog information, but require a larger System partition (at least 384MB) and more RAM (reduce gpu_mem to 128 or as low as you can live with while still able to reproduce the problem).

  5. Odds and sods
    1. What are newclock3 and newclock4? Link.
    2. Incorrect timezone after build #0824. Link.
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Previous builds (spread over multiple posts to avoid exceeding 199 links in a single list - sorry, @Leopold...):
  • #0430, 01-May-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Revert upstream dcadec & kernel 4.0.1; add pvr.vbox and pvr.stalker addons to build; more screensavers)
  • #0429, 30-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Several kernel 4.0.y updates)
  • #0428, 28-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; possible fix for images with miscoloured pixels; disable MMC feature linked with SD corruption)
  • #0427, 27-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Improve seek performance)
  • #0426, 26-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New "Warp" screensaver)
  • #0425, 25-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (newclock4: Solarwinds and Plasma GLES screensavers; new PVR: pvr.vbox added; revert libressl static linking)
  • #0424, 25-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Various updates)
  • #0423, 23-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Temporarily revert PR:6993; replace SmallStepBack with Seek(-7) in System keymaps)
  • #0422, 22-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Tweak for seek-step settings; fix clean database issue; extra mmc debug option)
  • #0421, 21-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware, adding sharpness control and fixing deinterlace jaggies)
  • #0420, 20-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; dvdplayer menu fix (PR6988))
  • #0419, 19-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New v92 videodb schema; mmal updates)
  • #0418, 18-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Update wlan-firmware; addon browser updates; re-scrape season art; mmal/deinterlace updates in newclock4)
  • #0417, 17-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (omxplayer/mmal fixes upstream; dcadec fixes; dvdplayer sync/stall fixes; rpi-4.0.y fixes; add PR696)
  • #0416, 16-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Several newclock4 omxplayer commits merged; dcadec: add support for DTS-CD)
  • #0415, 15-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Fix splash; globalSearch EPG support)
  • #0414, 14-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Upstream kernel 4.0 support; mmal deinterlace updates; bcm2835-mmc debug options)
  • #0413, 13-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New kernel 4.0; bump ffmpeg 2.6.2; dvdplayer sync tweaks)
  • #0412, 12-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (DTS timestamp handling change; start epg container asynchronously)
  • #0411, 12-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (New firmware; updated sqlite; dcadec (DTS HD) updates)
  • #0410, 10-Apr-2015: RPi / RPi2 -- Release post (Better vobsub support; hide thumbs of unwatched episodes when not showing plot)
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Reserved #2
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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FYI

I installed last Testbuild #0410 and got the message

Code:
PVR WMC Client
Add-on is incompatible due to unmet dependencies.
Would you like to disable is on your system?
I answered YES as I don't use PVR.
I hope this will not break something else.

Edit:
I updated from #0402. Maybe this is important.
Config, audio player only:
2T HDD <USB> RPi2/Kodi <HDMI> Denon AVR-2313 <HDMI> LG TV 55UF860V
#5
I'm using #0410 for about 3 hours and all worked fine till now
#6
(2015-04-11, 12:29)MrNice Wrote: FYI

I installed last Testbuild #0410 and got the message

Code:
PVR WMC Client
Add-on is incompatible due to unmet dependencies.
Would you like to disable is on your system?
I answered YES as I don't use PVR.
I hope this will not break something else.

Edit:
I updated from #0402. Maybe this is important.

Did you answer the question with "No", you had still the pvr wmc client can use. :-)

(I did the same within a older alpha-version. I think it was at beginning of April version.)
#7
Hello,

I get a problem within actually version, PVR WMC Client and MPEG2-records.

If I watch a H264 record all is fine. The watching is beginning and the skip is in function.

But if I call a MPEG2-record, the watching is beginning, but I can see the rotation circle (down-right-side) and all remote or mouse activities don't successful.
After about 2 minutes, the rotation-circle is gone and all activities be working.

Here can you find the log: http://pastebin.com/5vWVMK3U

The last test was 11.04. about 17:30
#8
(2015-04-11, 17:58)Heiko123 Wrote: But if I call a MPEG2-record, the watching is beginning, but I can see the rotation circle (down-right-side) and all remote or mouse activities don't successful.
After about 2 minutes, the rotation-circle is gone and all activities be working.

Could you make a short (few minutes) recording and upload it (e.g. to dropbox or google drive)?
#9
@popcornmix, I disabled omxplayer and so far so good.

Using Build 410
Rpi2 with ServerWMC and WMC backend
#10
New OpenELEC Isengard build #0411: RPi / RPi2
(Supercedes previous build)

Code:
# uname -a
Linux rpi512 3.19.3 #1 Sun Apr 12 03:08:45 BST 2015 armv6l GNU/Linux

# vcgencmd version
Apr 11 2015 17:37:07
Copyright (c) 2012 Broadcom
version 311b05fb4e33655a083a6f65b645e6a14e322803 (clean) (release)

# lsb_release
OpenELEC (Milhouse) - Version: devel-20150412030753-#0411-g6dcc19b [Build #0411]

# vcdbg log msg 2>&1 | grep DTOK
001527.475: Kernel trailer DTOK property says yes

# Kernel device tree status: Enabled

Based on tip of OpenELEC master (6dcc19b3, changelog) and tip of XBMC master (2dd0e8f0, changelog) with the following modifications: Build Highlights:
  1. New firmware
  2. Updated sqlite
  3. dcadec (DTS HD) updates
  4. Fix issue with patching (github redirect not being followed) - should resolve problem with pvr.wmc being incorrectly reported as incompatible
Build Details:
  1. Firmware (Apr 11):
    • firmware: video_decode: Need to clear corrupt state when recovery point is seen
    • firmware: mmal: Plumb in OMX_IndexParamBrcmInterpolateMissingTimestamps
    • firmware: Video_splitter: support RGB888, BGR888, and ARGB888
    • firmware: vc_pool: block allocated count going negative. firmware: vc_pool: fix behaviour if acquiring a released image. See: link
    • firmware: mmal: Pass dts in place of pts when pts is invalid
    • firmware: video_decode: Use dts from fifo when pts is unknown
  2. OpenELEC:
    • eventlircd: update X10 remote config (e9a2f34b)
    • autoconf-archive: update to autoconf-archive-2015.02.24 (ec3afaf1)
    • gcc: remove auto-color patch (03e99230)
    • gcc: remove dynamic linker patch, create /lib64 in initramfs (ae19eb2d)
    • libmicrohttpd: update to libmicrohttpd-0.9.40 (ef2192c0)
    • libssh: dont build with '-pedantic-errors' (5a24b1bb)
    • ncurses: add upstream fix (b0a634f9)
    • xorg-server: add upstream patch to make sdksyms.sh work with gcc5 (9817e95c)
    • u-boot: add upstream patches (78d40753)
    • libgpg-error: add patch to avoid breakage with gcc 5 (234ad56a)
    • libgpg-error: update to libgpg-error-1.18 (9df5e4f9)
    • pciutils: update to pciutils-3.3.1 (10ff5e93)
    • sqlite: update to sqlite-autoconf-3080900 (fa1f7a77)
  3. XBMC:
    • iMX: Only align dest Rects to 2 - cares for artifacts (PR:6922, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • move CUtil tests to gtest unit tests (PR:6913, 2 commits, 6 files changed)
    • Only use videoplayer.limitguiupdate on Pi and IMX (PR:6923, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • [builtin] adds new builtin for seeking (PR:6801, 5 commits, 6 files changed)
    • IMX: Several fixes screenshot, deint of progressive, minors (PR:6878, 5 commits, 3 files changed)
    • added: 'volumeamplification' action to show slider (PR:6916, 1 commit, 3 files changed)
    • [bookmarks] remove trailing semicolon (PR:6930, 1 commit, 1 file changed)
    • [darwin] - fix compile with xcode 6.3 (PR:6925, 4 commits, 6 files changed)
  4. dcadec:
    • Allow dcadec to continue after errors. (176a7014)
    • Optimize some loops by moving limit into register. (4a60e7d3)
    • Drop unnecessary initialization. (e4f356e1)
    • Remove dead debugging code. (10e8438c)
    • Refactor XXCH downmix coeffs parsing and conversion. (f8f98f39)
    • Make primary downmix table shared. (6b11896c)
    • Make bitstream aligment functions return bit index. (774a082a)
    • Parse primary downmix coeffs embedded into core. (72a0fa91)
    • Disallow replacement sets. (a158d4c6)
    • Disallow duplicate speakers. (e87d94be)
    • Store channel set offset in structure. (03bd1bc1)
    • Factor out residual mode core combining. (7e09ff01)
    • Minor cleanup and refactoring. (90068758)
    • Add concept of active channel sets. (01f72491)
    • Remove code to skip optional CRC check bytes. (3a4726ac)
    • Add downmix extraction support. (beecef63)
    • Add downmix extraction options to dcadec. (0ddc8d5d)
    • Update README. (441faac5)
    • Reformat dcadec help screen. (f3f287aa)
    • Parse auxiliary data only when needed. (e3226b85)
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#11
(2015-04-11, 12:29)MrNice Wrote:
Code:
PVR WMC Client
Add-on is incompatible due to unmet dependencies.
Would you like to disable is on your system?

Should be fixed now in #0411.
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#12
@Milhouse

I saw last night your milhouse.build.0410.tar.gz file in the .tar and decided to try it for fun
Firstly than for this and all your work Smile

When I try autobuild.sh ( PROFILE=pi2 ./autobuild.sh ) with ubuntu 14.04 it failed after :

DETOOLED (d): [PATCH] [librtmp] Update with version from
/home/milhouse/autobuild.sh: ligne 305: /home/milhouse/clean.sh: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type

Seems clean.sh is missing somewhere

With PROFILE=pi2 ./build.sh after 2 hours to build the toolchain and more than 150 others tools it give me a .tar file in the target directory Smile . I will try it later to see if it works correctly with my rpi2 .
I see in the log some errors like zzpurge.sh is missing ... but the build should be ok ~100Mb like yours

Now that I can make my own build could you please give me some advices :
- where can I find the missing files clean.sh, zzpurg.sh .... Or did I miss something in the installation ?
- How did you make your nightly build, with autobuild.sh, build.sh ?

My goal now if possible ( I'm not a coder ) is to try some ffmpeg's patches and option like include libvpx ...
#13
(2015-04-11, 20:24)popcornmix Wrote:
(2015-04-11, 17:58)Heiko123 Wrote: But if I call a MPEG2-record, the watching is beginning, but I can see the rotation circle (down-right-side) and all remote or mouse activities don't successful.
After about 2 minutes, the rotation-circle is gone and all activities be working.

Could you make a short (few minutes) recording and upload it (e.g. to dropbox or google drive)?

I have had tested with different files. All files smaller than 2GB, worked correct.
All over 2GB, I see the rotation circle.

I will test within different setting about video-accelerator.
#14
Hi!

Since #0406 I get lots of frame skipping when watching dvd iso (maybe even with other formats as well but I haven't had time to check yet..)
http://sprunge.us/HPcT - #0406
http://sprunge.us/fPiG - #0405 (previous build that works)

And some other things I have noticed.

Flickering area in left upper corner while and after scrolling movie collection. Can't really tell when this started to happen, but it was sometime during March builds? (When I have more time I will try to narrow it down)
Video of the flickering

Pixelated vertical multicolored (mostly green) line on some photos and movie posters.
Screenshot of a photo | Original photo
Screenshot of a poster

Thanks a lot for all the hard work and support! Smile

/Patric
#15
Trying to watch 3d mvc but they will only play in 2d what settings do I need for 3d playback? and do mvc 3d videos need something in filename to make them work? thanks in advance.
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