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- TugboatBill - 2011-09-23 00:42
joeyhhdhtpc Wrote:Hey Guys,
There's a compile from GIT thread in the How-To section. That would be a good start.
- joeyhhdhtpc - 2011-09-23 02:13
TugboatBill Wrote:There's a compile from GIT thread in the How-To section. That would be a good start.
Thank's for the response bill. I've already done that stuff as i was building from the nightly source. I recall there being a post in this thread which had some additional defined toggles on the configure command for the AE branch.
I could be wrong but i'll give it a shot and follow the instructions but swap in the AE branch for the nightly.
- Raytestrak - 2011-09-23 10:53
Do you have to compile the complete xbmc / hd audio branch or can you just compile the hd audio section and copy it over you current install? Sorry if it's a stupid question but I'm no programmer and all this compiling stuff is kinda scary for me
I do really really want HD audio though, it's the main reason I bought my new htpc for
- furii - 2011-09-23 19:30
Raytestrak Wrote:Do you have to compile the complete xbmc / hd audio branch or can you just compile the hd audio section and copy it over you current install? Sorry if it's a stupid question but I'm no programmer and all this compiling stuff is kinda scary for me
just check out gnif's branch and compile that. you might need to start with a fresh .xbmc profile depending what build you're on now. master hasn't been merged in a while.
- MutatedHero - 2011-09-26 21:12
I just got around to compile this since I've been looking forward to trying out DTS-HD and TrueHD. And also to help the progress by submitting the errors one might find.
After setting everything up and chosing DTS-HD cabable reciever and the correct HDMI output I tried to play a movie with DTS-HD sound. I got no sound and the picture stutters.
The following error showed up in the log http://pastebin.com/j1GXNZUm.
If I change to the DTS track in the same video it works flawlessly but as soon as I change back the sound disappears and the movie starts to stutter. I had the same issue on two of the DTS-HD movies I tried.
I'm running AMD Radeon 5570 with the newst drivers.
- furii - 2011-09-26 21:55
MutatedHero Wrote:I just got around to compile this since I've been looking forward to trying out DTS-HD and TrueHD. And also to help the progress by submitting the errors one might find.
don't truncate logs, devs need the full thing.
- joeyhhdhtpc - 2011-09-27 18:10
Debug Log File: http://pastebin.ca/2083281
Problem: Movies with AC3/DTS work fine and i get 5.1 Audio. When i play a video with TrueHD/DTS-MA i get no audio and the video plays as if i was fast forwarding it.
Receiver: Pioneer Elite SC05
Video Card: ATI HD5450
Note: If i recall, ATI had limited support due to their awkward drivers and may or may not work, depending on the bitrate of the audio, correct?
- mdvries - 2011-09-27 19:14
I wonder whether gnif is still working on this or having a well deserved vacation. Haven't heard from him here more than a month. I hope AE will make it into Eden anyway.
- furii - 2011-09-27 20:07
joeyhhdhtpc Wrote:Debug Log File: http://pastebin.ca/2083281
do you have hd audio working outside of xbmc? if not it won't work in xbmc regardless.
- joeyhhdhtpc - 2011-09-27 20:09
furii Wrote:do you have hd audio working outside of xbmc? if not it won't work in xbmc regardless.
That's a good question. What's the best/more reliable program to test with? VLC? Keep in mind i am running this setup off of ubuntu and not sure what programs outside of xbmc should/would/could support the HD Audio passthrough.