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(2016-02-23, 05:48)stourwalk Wrote: #0210 works
#0211 and later - crash..

There is nothing new in that build that looks very likely.
The only vague possibility is PR:9146.
Milhouse - if there are no better ideas you could try reverting that in a new build.
(2016-02-23, 10:42)Psyduckap Wrote:
(2016-02-23, 05:32)TVPL Wrote: If your Denon AVR support HDMI IN/OUT: change to RPi -> HDMI -> Denon Receiver -->HDMI -> Sony TV so better.
My AVR doesn't support HDMI, only optical and coaxial

how does your configuration look like? It should look like described here
http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2252070
(2016-02-23, 14:26)da-anda Wrote:
(2016-02-23, 10:42)Psyduckap Wrote:
(2016-02-23, 05:32)TVPL Wrote: If your Denon AVR support HDMI IN/OUT: change to RPi -> HDMI -> Denon Receiver -->HDMI -> Sony TV so better.
My AVR doesn't support HDMI, only optical and coaxial

how does your configuration look like? It should look like described here
http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2252070
My configuration is:
- Speakers 2.0
- Passthrough enabled
- AC3 Passthrough enabled
- AC3 transcoding disabled
- DTS Passthrough disabled
(2016-02-22, 19:15)Psyduckap Wrote: In versions prior to Openelec 6 I had white noise but I think it didn't stutter, but I'm not sure.
In openelec 6.0.1 there is no sound nor white sound and stutters. This is the log: http://xbmclogs.com/ppz3tvhcp
In Openelec 6.0.1 with the new firmware there is sound and stutters. The log: http://xbmclogs.com/pdfvkecqt
With version #0221 there is sound but stutters. The log: http://xbmclogs.com/p9c4kskbo

Your log from #0221 contained lots of messages like:
Code:
17:53:19  83.578682 T:1961934848   DEBUG: CMMALRenderer::RenderUpdate Changing dimensions from 1916x778986752 to 1919120239x778986853
That should be fixed in latest build - can you produce a new log?

What do you mean by stutters? Do you mean audio dropouts, or non-smooth video?
Does disabling passthrough make a difference?
Is it different with omxplayer enabled/disabled?
Is it different with "sync playback to display" enabled/disabled?
(2016-02-23, 14:19)popcornmix Wrote:
(2016-02-23, 05:48)stourwalk Wrote: #0210 works
#0211 and later - crash..

There is nothing new in that build that looks very likely.
The only vague possibility is PR:9146.
Milhouse - if there are no better ideas you could try reverting that in a new build.

I wondered about PR:9051?

I've shared (or just about to) a copy of one of the folders that is broken.

More info however, If I use a 'working' version (ie <= #0210) and scan the folder into the DB, then move forward to a later version and rescan then the same folder no-longer errors, ie it's only on 'new' additions that have the problem. If I remove the offending folder from the library in #0211+ and rescan it errors again.. If I remove the NFO files then it also processes perfectly, so it's definitely something to do with them that it doesn't like.

One thing for when I get back home is to remove the .flac files and see if I can trigger it with the NFO files alone.
(2016-02-23, 16:46)stourwalk Wrote: I wondered about PR:9051?

Just reading the description it doesn't seem likely, but given it was implicated in a video playback issue on Android
means it may be having some unintended consequences so that may also be worthy of a "revert" test.
I've been testing with files @stourwalk sent to me - an archive of the ABB folder - but I'm not yet able to reproduce any issues, it imports without a hitch using #0222.

I've tested importing over nfs:// and smb:// to SQLite MyMusic. I thought maybe the embedded <path> might be causing some sort of recursion but using a valid smb:// path imports without a problem.

I can try reverting PR9146 in the next build, if that's still possible, or if I get time I'll upload a couple of test builds, one with PR9146 reverted, the other with PR9051 reverted.
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.
Hello again,
if i'm playing waves over smb:// with builds # 0221 and #0222 -> i have sometimes little interruptions (under a half seconds).
Playing songs one after another in same Folder is not solved yet.

The problem is alsoseen, if i'm playing addon mtv.de - only one song from 71. In settings : "play next video / song ..."

I dont see the entry "play all / play from here" , if i go with cursor on some songs in List.

Harald
Still having no success using the latest build to view HD live TV. I suspect it is still the Home run PVR. I have no issues using a windows based machine either.
(2016-02-23, 18:59)doldi Wrote: if i'm playing waves over smb:// with builds # 0221 and #0222 -> i have sometimes little interruptions (under a half seconds).

Does buffermode=1 from http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Modify_the_...e_settings help?
@Milhouse What PR do you use to enable hiding watched items from the homescreen's recently added list on the default Confluence skin in your builds? Why this was removed from XBMC Master I have no idea as it is such a useful setting to have.
(2016-02-23, 20:17)Jdiesel Wrote: @Milhouse What PR do you use to enable hiding watched items from the recently added list on the default Confluence skin in your builds? Why this was removed from XBMC Master I have no idea as it is such a useful setting to have.

I don't think it's ever been removed from master. See discussion here: https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/pull/5747
I think the view is it should be handled by the skin using smart playlists, but I'm not sure if any skins support it.
(2016-02-23, 14:54)popcornmix Wrote: Your log from #0221 contained lots of messages like:
Code:
17:53:19  83.578682 T:1961934848   DEBUG: CMMALRenderer::RenderUpdate Changing dimensions from 1916x778986752 to 1919120239x778986853
That should be fixed in latest build - can you produce a new log?
Yes, here it is: http://xbmclogs.com/pwzaw9uu3
Quote:What do you mean by stutters? Do you mean audio dropouts, or non-smooth video?
Both of them. Every three or four seconds there is a little stop, sometimes video, sometimes video and audio.
Quote:Does disabling passthrough make a difference?
No, it's the same
Quote:Is it different with omxplayer enabled/disabled?
Yes, with omplayer enabled it runs smoothly
Quote:Is it different with "sync playback to display" enabled/disabled?
No, it's the same


I'm not sure but I think that when I run the first time, the one on the log, I had passthrough and now I have to disable sync playback to display to get it
(2016-02-23, 20:21)popcornmix Wrote:
(2016-02-23, 20:17)Jdiesel Wrote: @Milhouse What PR do you use to enable hiding watched items from the recently added list on the default Confluence skin in your builds? Why this was removed from XBMC Master I have no idea as it is such a useful setting to have.

I don't think it's ever been removed from master. See discussion here: https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/pull/5747
I think the view is it should be handled by the skin using smart playlists, but I'm not sure if any skins support it.

Thanks. It looks like Confluence hasn't been updated to achieve this using smart playlists yet.
(2016-02-23, 20:29)Psyduckap Wrote: I'm not sure but I think that when I run the first time, the one on the log, I had passthrough and now I have to disable sync playback to display to get it

Nothing obviously wrong in log except resampling rate seems to be varying quite a bit.
You could try setting resample quality from GPU to low just to see if that makes a difference (I don't suspect it will).

If you can provide a sample file I can take a closer look.
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