[PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - Printable Version
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RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - sebion - 2012-04-26 22:08
(2012-04-23 11:53)PaulCarter Wrote: ReMi - your binary is big because you've not disabled debug. re-running ./configure with the --disable-debug should have brought it down to the same size as the orginal. Did you also do "make clean" after the configure? I always do that to ensure that everything is rebuilt.
I am really interested in having a kind of How To compile XBMC with this patch.
I tried many things without success.
I don't know lot of things on LINUX and compiling a program is still for me a nightmare, but I wanna learn..
Thank you in advance for helping me.
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - PaulCarter - 2012-04-27 12:54
Have you followed the wiki article on how to get the source code & compile it on a Linux system?
That's the first thing to do - but note that you now need to work on the Eden branch as the trunk (master) is now heading towards Frodo.
To do that run the following command before you build:
Now, to create the dual audio version, create a new branch for you to use and switch to it:
And hopefully you now have your own build of xbmc with dual audio support
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - schumi2004 - 2012-04-27 13:02
Were did you get that patch from, It's to big imo.
I posted a patch in the past but that 1 was faulty, you need to do dos2unix to change the file format of the modified files.
And then create patch file.
The patch i have now is only 97kb which can be found here http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6696611/OpenELEC/index.html
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - PaulCarter - 2012-04-27 14:49
D'Oh, More haste, less speed!
Sorry, I forgot the sanity check - will sort it out later
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - sebion - 2012-04-27 22:02
Thanks you, so much.
I do know how to compile xbmc. I already did it several times, but I didn't know how to apply the patch.
I will try this very soon.
How do you build this patch ?
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - PaulCarter - 2012-04-28 11:53
Ok, patch file now updated - it's now 102kB, rather more palatable!
@Seb - the patch was created by using the source files that xhdl had posted (see top of thread) and then using git diff tool to generate the patch (after converting to unix format!). If you want to build the binary yourself, you'll find it a lot easier to apply the patch as per the instructions above. In theory that will then be easier to apply to the new trunk as changes for Frodo start getting applied - until the AudioEngine branch gets merged to trunk when all bets will be off again.
Hope that helps.
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - DeViLRuNNeR - 2012-04-28 16:22
For those that have the need for this dual audio output in XBMCbuntu here is mine http://www.2shared.com/file/aZrynbkt/xbmc.html.
It also includes the following patch;
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - sebion - 2012-04-29 09:40
(2012-04-28 11:53)PaulCarter Wrote: Ok, patch file now updated - it's now 102kB, rather more palatable!
Thanks your reply. I am not sure to understand your last sentence, I am not enough aware yet of those different words, such as branches, trunk... But I learn every day, thanks to guys like you.
I will then use the patch you did. Now I have built a dual boot on my desktop pc to try this, before doing it on the HTPC.. You know about WAF (Women Acceptance Factor) !!!
Can I apply this patch to another source of XBMC ? In fact I have been using Pulse eight packages for months, and want to keep on using them.
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - Sorcer - 2012-05-04 12:18
I am using the XBMCFreak version of XBMCbuntu 11. Since i use an ION 330.
In Dharma i just copied the xbmc.bin file that some1 posted here.
But I dont have the source code for XBMCfreak, so I cant make from that compilation.
Does anyone have a xbmc.bin file that I can use with XBMCFreak??
Thank you. Desperatly need audio in both rooms :/
RE: [PATCH] Dual Audio Output support for XBMC (Eden Updated) - wildzx - 2012-05-07 16:34
Been searching an answer in trying to get multi-zone working from xbmc htpc to the devon avr receiver and guided towards this thread.
So i have ASRock H67M-ITX (motherboard - intel) with XBMC (eden - final - windows 7 - installed), connected to the Denon AVR receiver using HDMI (i also have the optical connected, as well). There is main zone with 9.x speaker setup and there is zone 2 which are speakers around the house (i also have a pre amplifier and speaker selector in between this).
The problem is that Zone 2 is not working either from hdmi or optical. It does work from dvd player using optical connection but not hdmi; but from xbmc either optical nor the hdmi is working (i'm sure hdmi won't work); but how do i get multi zone to work from xbmc. I heard there is easy solution about connecting pre out to the zone 2 in or something in that terms; not sure how that work, can anyone guide me or guide me a good/best solution for this. thank you
(oh and the receiver i have is denon avr 5308ci)