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RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - DDDamian - 2012-05-31 20:51
(2012-05-31 18:50)Aenima99x Wrote:(2012-05-27 06:21)Aenima99x Wrote:(2012-05-27 01:01)DDDamian Wrote: I tried the sample file and it plays okay here - some glitches in the file encoding itself, visible in VLC too, but otherwise watchable. Turns out I did have a mono file here too, and it plays fine. I confirmed that AE is correctly upmixing the mono to stereo correctly.
Patience - this is rather obscure (transcoding mono to AC3) - I have made a note on the to-do list.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - negge - 2012-05-31 23:14
(2012-05-31 17:07)d_hero Wrote: yeah that is what i have set. ill try and post a log if thats ok?
I've had similar issues from time to time (I think I have that same Dire Straits SACD rip, unless you ripped it yourself). It's usually solved by closing XBMC, letting it stay closed for a couple of seconds then restarting it. Sometimes playing some other format that you know works (like MP3), then playing a FLAC file makes the audio work. Lately though I haven't had any of these issues (I recompile quite often).
(2012-05-31 16:31)Fumo Wrote: Hi, just wondering when AE is inplemented in stable release-for linux mint(now running Eden). I'm a noob and don't know much about compiling my own xbmc ;-)
This really isn't the place to ask that. If you read the news page you'll see that AE will be included in the next stable release (ETA unknown I suppose). After that it's completely up to the Linux Mint maintainers to provide a package for it. Have a look at the wiki or the forum (I think there's a sticky for it) if you want to learn how to compile XBMC yourself. It really isn't very complicated at all.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - drivesoslow - 2012-06-01 15:50
(2012-05-31 09:47)gastar Wrote: I had the a problem with ATI fglrx (catalyst 12.4) not providing the correct ELD data.
This is the same issue I am having. To work around it I compiled with PulseAudio enabled. I like your fix better since I hate PulseAudio.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - drivesoslow - 2012-06-01 16:44
(2012-06-01 15:50)drivesoslow Wrote:(2012-05-31 09:47)gastar Wrote: I had the a problem with ATI fglrx (catalyst 12.4) not providing the correct ELD data.
Still having a weird issue with my hdmi not being detected. I know my ELD data is invalid but XBMC is logging a different error:
Full debug: http://pastebin.com/0gAAkFKq
I think it might be caused by this issue: https://github.com/xbmc/xbmc/pull/987
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - DDDamian - 2012-06-02 04:03
@drivesoslow - yes, that pull request is aimed at some of the issues you're having. I expect it to be merged before June 10th. It's just waiting for review and the thumbs-up.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - __phil - 2012-06-02 11:04
(2012-05-26 22:05)OkvOkv Wrote:(2012-05-25 22:57)tseller Wrote: ...
Same problem here (ASRock H67M-ITX/HT + Intel Core i3-2120).
Everything works great except DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD.
Has anybody manged to get hd bitstream with an i3? Does the Intel linux driver even support hd bitstreaming?
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - drivesoslow - 2012-06-02 16:42
(2012-06-02 04:03)DDDamian Wrote: @drivesoslow - yes, that pull request is aimed at some of the issues you're having. I expect it to be merged before June 10th. It's just waiting for review and the thumbs-up.
Awesome. I'll stick with enabling pulse audio until then. I will update my progress after I see the merge. Thanks for the ETA.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - rdoac - 2012-06-02 17:37
Hmmm can't seem to get mythbox to do audio with an ATSC source (5.1 DD Sound). Works in Eden. Log here: http://pastebin.com/vbpQ8LZE
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - rodercot - 2012-06-02 20:33
I built last evening from odenkamps fork. I am just wondering if I should get rid of my sound.conf file in modprobe.d now or keep it or does it matter and should I remove my userdata and rebuild from scratch to avoid any issues. I am not really seeing any other than audio dropouts here and ther with DTS-HD and Library thumbs are taking forever to populate not an ae issue.
RE: AudioEngine testers - Linux only - SofaKng - 2012-06-03 03:10
I'm not sure where to post this, but I just compiled the git version of XBMC and when I run it I immediately get a segmentation fault.
Can somebody take a look?
One error in the log I see is:
...but I don't think Ubuntu 12.04 has the legacy /dev/mixer device?