[Solved] 10-bit h264 (Hi10) Support? - Printable Version
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- alexrose1uk - 2012-01-03 03:31
Subtitles are still semi-WIP, as Tiben focused more on resolving the crashing/dropout bugs that used to exist since coming back, rather than less crucial issues.
I'd suggest posting in the main thread, and providing or linking in some manner a sample, so Tiben can take a look into it, I believe he knows there are still things to be done with the subtitle engine, but without files to test/see issues it can be hard, I know JPSDR reported a few more issues.
I'll take working, and stable over some advanced features though, so I don't mind waiting a little bit.
- saiga6360 - 2012-01-05 13:47
Any chance for an openelec version?
- spiff - 2012-01-05 17:20
- alexrose1uk - 2012-01-05 22:03
saiga6360 Wrote:Any chance for an openelec version?
Of DSPlayer? Unfortunately not, it's a Windows only (DirectShowPlayer) branch.
- saiga6360 - 2012-01-06 20:43
Sorry, wasn't aware DSplayer is Windows only. So there is no new way to improve 10bit playback for Openelec users?
- Kymus - 2012-01-08 23:01
zyro Wrote:Here it is: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=GMNQEVDW
That file is no longer available; could you re-upload it?
- BurningSky - 2012-01-09 19:01
Kymus Wrote:That file is no longer available; could you re-upload it?
Try again, it is available.
- Kymus - 2012-01-10 01:39
Thanks, much appreciated!
- onore - 2012-01-10 18:37
zyro Wrote:Hello all,
Very many thanks for this!! Even though its not perfect and I'm getting some issues sometimes when playing videos (like crashing with segmentation fault) it's better than the alternative mosaic picture with normal XBMC.
Atleast now I can watch 10bit content on my HTPC! I have Ubuntu 10.04 on it.
- zyro - 2012-01-11 01:28
Glad it was useful!
No crashes here yet, maybe in the Ubuntu 10.04 repo the library versions differ enough from those on 11.10 that you get somewhat different results? I've only tried the build/install after upgrading my HTPC to 11.10 so I'm not sure.
It's also possible you're seeing bugs in FFmpeg or XBMC itself since it does pull the very latest code every time you run the script. You'll get the very latest features and updates, but you'll also get any bugs that have just sneaked in but haven't been found/fixed yet. Waiting a few days and re-running the script may yield different results.
I'll probably update my installations within the next couple of weeks and update or enhance the script if needed.