[PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - Printable Version
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Bug should have be fixed now - xhbl - 2011-04-02 08:31
Eisi, Thanks for reporting the bug, I had fixed it, Please try the new patch and test if it works properly.
- reddevil - 2011-04-03 08:22
@xhbl: Thank you for this amazing patch (I registered on this forum just for this).
I tried it with 2 sound cards (both at analog 7.1) and seems to work fine.
- funkybudda - 2011-04-04 14:59
I'd just like to add that this works amazing with this:
I now have my 7.1 surround, and a secondary portable audio output so I can listen to music in the Garden / anywhere, all controlled with the official Android Remote. Sweet.
It is much more elegant than using Virtual Audio Cable.
- gulp - 2011-04-05 11:43
Thank you!!! Great patch.
It will be included in official trunk?
- erhnam - 2011-04-05 11:54
Will this also work under OSX?
- rudeboyx - 2011-04-05 13:21
Cheers for the 10.01 update. I'll be trying it tonight and I'll let you know if I have any issues
Thanks again for the time and effort put into this.
- darkscout - 2011-04-05 17:45
erhnam Wrote:Will this also work under OSX?
Don't see why not. All it really does is make a second output path and dump to it. So as long as you have 2 places to put sound in OS X, it should work.
gulp Wrote:Thank you!!! Great patch.
Nope. It never will be.
- nicx76 - 2011-04-05 20:41
is it possible to download a patched version for osx anywhere?
- gulp - 2011-04-06 10:32
darkscout Wrote:gulp Wrote:It will be included in official trunk?Nope. It never will be.
Maybe it can be approved and inserted in nightly build, making this patch an hidden and advanced setting, configurable via Advancedsettings.xml.
If i've understood well, the problem is the GUI that will get too bloated.
- rudeboyx - 2011-04-06 11:35
Is there anyway of adjusting the timing between outputs. I'm using the new 10.01 patch.
Output 1 - Optical/Coaxial 5.1
Output 2 - HDMI 2.0
when playing music its terrible, as the music has a bad echo/double beat.
When playing movies it sound like an underwater effect due to the timing.
For movies its not to bad as I run it all from the Optical/Coaxial 5.1. However, for music when I have parties, I switch my amp to 2 additional speakers in the kitchen whilst keeping the surround/center in the lounge. now I want to use the TV/HDMI output for front left and right in the lounge but as pointed out, there is a bad echo/doublebeat due to the timing. Is there anything I can do?