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#76
Load kernel and initrd through HTTP instead TFTP.
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#77
Any news with j4105? Hdr, 10bit, 4k, hevc etcHuh?
Sorry for grammatical errors, use an online translator
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#78
News? Smile
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#79
its looks Gemini lake will get HDR support Smile 

Guy which made PoF of HDR for linux used Gemini lake Smile
https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/w...36403.html
 Hardware wise you'll need a HDR capable display obviously, and
you'll need an Intel Geminilake GPU. Older Intel platforms don't
support the HDR infoframe, so the display wouldn't know what to do
with the data you're feeding it.
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#80
Waiting for the asrock j5005-itx   Blush
Release date according to Asrock is end March beginning of April
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#81
for those who has it now, does gemini lake have inbuilt working cec?
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#82
yes but only basic option like in Kaby lake - and have also built in eMMC memory I got with 32GB
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#83
Good review of the NUC7CJYSAL here https://www.cnx-software.com/2018/03/14/...pc-review/
Kodi tested under Ubuntu only
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#84
week linux test, I have build of LE wih everything working Smile
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#85
How on HDR over LibreELEC?
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#86
long way, first all changes must be done around like in kernel drivers, mesa, xorg, on last kodi ....

So right now don't work Wink
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#87
(2018-03-16, 21:19)piotrasd Wrote: So right now don't work Wink

Yes, but Kodi 18 is translating HDR colors to "SD", colors look good and not washed up anymore.
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#88
(2018-03-18, 16:26)P.Kosunen Wrote:
(2018-03-16, 21:19)piotrasd Wrote: So right now don't work Wink

Yes, but Kodi 18 is translating HDR colors to "SD", colors look good and not washed up anymore.  
I'm still not sure if it will be equal in colors with the "original SD version". This seems the next big confusion in the HTPC era. Original 4K BDs ara all HDR, so it must be converted previously (re-encoded), or "on-the -fly" by the HTPC/software to SDR. So the quality and originality of the colors (that affects the whole PQ generally) will be altered posteriorly and artificially. But both still ain't exactly the "original" SDR, as there is on the "stock" FHD SDR BD sources. 
Till I won't be convinced an assured by the conversion quality and won't have a HDR capable TV and both HTPC, i will stick to the FHD SDR versions for most of the time.
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#89
(2018-03-18, 18:18)Mount81 Wrote:
(2018-03-18, 16:26)P.Kosunen Wrote:
(2018-03-16, 21:19)piotrasd Wrote: So right now don't work Wink

Yes, but Kodi 18 is translating HDR colors to "SD", colors look good and not washed up anymore.   
I'm still not sure if it will be equal in colors with the "original SD version". This seems the next big confusion in the HTPC era. Original 4K BDs ara all HDR, so it must be converted previously (re-encoded), or "on-the -fly" by the HTPC/software to SDR. So the quality and originality of the colors (that affects the whole PQ generally) will be altered posteriorly and artificially. But both still ain't exactly the "original" SDR, as there is on the "stock" FHD SDR BD sources. 
Till I won't be convinced an assured by the conversion quality and won't have a HDR capable TV and both HTPC, i will stick to the FHD SDR versions for most of the time. 

What do you mean by "convinced"? Just test it and compare.
First decide what functions / features you expect from a system. Then decide for the hardware. Don't waste your money on crap.
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#90
(2018-03-04, 23:56)piotrasd Wrote: its looks Gemini lake will get HDR support Smile 

Guy which made PoF of HDR for linux used Gemini lake Smile
https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/w...36403.html
 Hardware wise you'll need a HDR capable display obviously, and
you'll need an Intel Geminilake GPU. Older Intel platforms don't
support the HDR infoframe, so the display wouldn't know what to do
with the data you're feeding it.
We have discussed about that link back in January. And I already pointed out there that for HDR support it is still is a long way to go for Linux users. Right now the infrastructure for HDR support is missing both in the Linux kernel and in userspace. This means you won't get HDR support with Kodi on Linux anytime soon. But at least we now know that Gemini Lake will be HDR-capable, as it is also confirmed on the Intel forums now (finally):

https://communities.intel.com/thread/123634

So what you'll need for proper HDR support with Gemini Lake is (sadly) Windows 10 1709 or newer and Kodi DSPlayer with MadVR. Official Kodi unfortunately won't get you native HDR support yet and as it was pointed out earlier 18.x isn't going to change that (but at least Leia should be able to convert HDR to SDR).
Main: CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K, GFX: AMD RX480 8GB OC, Debian Linux
HTPC: CPU: Intel Core i5-3475S, GFX: Intel HD4000, Gentoo Linux (Kernel 4-stable), Kodi with [email protected] and HD audio, AVR: Denon X6300H with 7.1.4 setup, TV: Samsung [email protected]
Fun: Microsoft XBox, with XBMC :)
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