ODROID C2 S905 2GB RAM HDMI 2.0 $46
(2018-09-17, 15:14)wrxtasy Wrote: Hmmm. I take it you are using the official 64bit LibreELEC v8.2.5.1 ?

I just tested a few Bluray .iso's I have here and have not encountered the problem you describe when streaming over SMBv2 or NFS from an iMac.
(Play main Title from Simple Menu)
The is SMBv2 as the min protocol, found in Kodi Settings > Services > SMB Client
I'm using my own LE v.8.2.4.2 32bit release.

Suggestion.
Do a LibreELEC .tar and keep that backup on a external PC / Mac.
Flash or Download the following .img.gz update, copy normally to the Update folder.

LibreELEC-S905.arm-8.2.4.2-C2.img.gz 
So I checked and I was just running 8.2.5.  I couldn't find anywhere to download 8.2.5.1 so I wasn't able to test with that.

Using your build a Blu-ray .ISO plays back just fine.  The network access is noticeably faster.  With 8.2.5 clicking on the .ISO on the SMB share doesn't bring up the simple menu for about 28 seconds.  With your 32-bit 8.2.4.2 it comes up in about 5 seconds.  On the USB 3.0 flash drive the simple menu pops up in about 1 second.

Both versions decode the Blu-ray to limited range 16-235 RGB, and there doesn't seem to be any option for 0-255 RGB.

FWIW, a Chromebox running LE 8.2.5 gets from clicking on the .ISO on my SMB share to the simple menu in 25 seconds and also can't play back the Blu-ray .ISO smoothly (exhibiting the same behavior as the C2 with 8.2.5).  A RPi3 running 8.2.5 gets to the simple menu in 14 seconds and plays back the Blu-ray .ISO fine.
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RE: ODROID C2 S905 2GB RAM HDMI 2.0 $46 - by Stereodude - 2018-09-18, 01:45


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