[AppleTV2/iOS] Unofficial builds for testing! NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED - Printable Version
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- Maetrik - 2011-03-06 01:14
@dazex thx for the hint, will get the 24th feb build instead. dont need the downmixing fix yet if i receive any new errors, i'll post it right away
edit: where can i grab the 24th build? i just can see 27th and a new one from yesterday.
- R0MSTER - 2011-03-06 01:22
Maetrik Wrote:@dazex thx for the hint, will get the 24th feb build instead. dont need the downmixing fix yet if i receive any new errors, i'll post it right away
- Maetrik - 2011-03-06 01:32
thx, but when i open http://hadm.net/~keith/xbmc_atv2/ in the browser your link says 27-Feb-2011 11:59. that's why i was wondering.
- R0MSTER - 2011-03-06 01:41
Maetrik Wrote:thx, but when i open http://hadm.net/~keith/xbmc_atv2/ in the browser your link says 27-Feb-2011 11:59. that's why i was wondering.
Yes but check the filename...
- Maetrik - 2011-03-06 01:50
well, the filename says 17th anyways, will give it a try tomorrow. thx for your help!
- keith - 2011-03-06 07:53
New build up! 1st post has been updated.
I think this has some audio fixes by gimli.
- dazex - 2011-03-06 08:05
The audio rework gimli did on the 27th fixed the downsampling issue people were having. But I noticed that it also introduced a couple of issues. One is the slow playback people were having. I didn't encounter this issue like others here until I fast forward/rewind and saturate the buffer.
While debugging this, I noticed that in 4x mode and beyond, you can still hear audio. Bringing this up with gimli, he took a look at the code and saw the bug and fixed it. That's what this release is. In fast forward/rewind, audio is now muted properly. We were hoping this fix resolves both issues, but unfortunately, from my brief test so far, the slow framerate problem still exist and may even be worst.
My build prior to the audio rework of the 2/27 doesn't exhibit the slow framerate problem, even after extensive fast forward/rewinds.
Anyways, when gimli made this latest fix, I know it was evening time already for him. So we'll have to be patient until we get to the bottom of all this. He's probably dreaming sweet dreams right now.
In the mean time, please test and report back on how this latest build is working for you guys.
VTDecompressionSessionDecodeFrame error - Koecks - 2011-03-06 19:30
updated to latest... getting...
14:02:50 T:166236160 M:105009152 NOTICE: Decode - VTDecompressionSessionDecodeFrame returned(-12911)
14:02:50 T:166236160 M:105009152 DEBUG: CDVDPlayerVideo - video decoder returned error
when playing webtv from a plugin ?
any idea ?
- davilla - 2011-03-06 20:30
Koecks Wrote:updated to latest... getting...
yes, VideoToolBox does not like that h264 video stream. Most likely it violates h264 spec in some manner.
- acoustique - 2011-03-07 16:48
Tried the latest build (5 Mar). The lag issue still exists. I tried the build with 2 movies (Heat SD and Hurt Locker SD) both had the same issue (super choppy and then AppleTV (Lowtide) rebooted when I tried pressing the Menu button)
Some more info -
XBMC - Keith build 5th Mar 2011
No. of movies - ~482
Using SMB via Seagate Black Armor NAS 1 TB
An older XBMC build build works great with none of these issues I think it was the 17th Feb build (org.xbmc.xbmc-atv2_10.0-7_iphoneos-arm.deb)
Here's the XBMC debug log (from /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences) -
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