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Hd-Ma media flag - jitterbug - 2011-05-18 18:21
Thanks for a wonderful skin
Ive recently begun ripping my bluray movies with HD - MA 5.1 audio to my htpc - so my question is, is there in neon an icon or something so that I can distinguish between movies with dts 5.1 and those with HD - Ma 5.1
Im using xbmc dharma and running with the latest version of your skin from the official repo
- indy5 - 2011-07-13 23:06
I've been trying to figure this out as well. It seems the flag images are present inside the media/flagging/audio folder, but I don't know what to tell XBMC to do to recognize them. Is there a particular naming convention the video file needs for this flag to pop up? Or do I need to edit the nfo file with something in particular?
Thanks for the help.
jitterbug Wrote:Hi Stoli
- mad-max - 2011-07-14 11:23
You have to take a look at the flags-name...
If the dts-hd ma flag is called dts_ma.jpg
and in includes codecflagging, the part for the audio codec looks like this:
Then in the xbmc database the entry in the table "streamdetails" for the audio has to be the name of the flag without the .jpg-extension...
- indy5 - 2011-07-14 18:02
This is the code from the codecflagging.xml file in Neon
<texture flipy="true" diffuse="mod/mask.png">flagging/audio/dtsma.png</texture>
<visible>substring(ListItem.AudioCodec,dtsma) + substring(ListItem.AudioChannels,6)</visible>
However, the file names that reside in the media\flagging\audio folder are:
Is this a bug that should be reported in the bug thread?
- mad-max - 2011-07-15 14:24
indy5 Wrote:Is this a bug that should be reported in the bug thread?
For me it seems to be a bug...try name it "dtsma.png" and see if it shows up...but be sure youre database entry is also "dtsma.png"
- indy5 - 2011-07-15 19:24
mad-max Wrote:For me it seems to be a bug...try name it "dtsma.png" and see if it shows up...but be sure youre database entry is also "dtsma.png"
Where would I go about editing the database entry? Not just the .nfo file, right?
- The_Dogg - 2011-07-15 19:26
indy5 Wrote:Where would I go about editing the database entry? Not just the .nfo file, right?
I think he's saying to rename the JPG file in the skin folder
- indy5 - 2011-07-15 19:28
The_Dogg Wrote:I think he's saying to rename the JPG file in the skin folder
I have actually already tried renaming the image file, it had no impact. It seems whatever it referencing that file is wrong.
- stoli - 2011-07-16 22:15
jitterbug Wrote:Hi Stoli
Can you post/link to a video clip encoded with hdma and I will test it - or just let me know a skin where it is working correctly?
- indy5 - 2011-07-17 08:06
stoli Wrote:Can you post/link to a video clip encoded with hdma and I will test it - or just let me know a skin where it is working correctly?
This site has a bunch of examples
Here is one:
I was able to view the correct flags using Aeon MQ2