(2012-05-08 08:31)torcar Wrote: I tested this weekend with a couple of movies running locally from the SSD and the result was the same as expected.
I'm getting my new M15HD2 today, so I will have to prioritize to set up that before continuing with the XBMC rig
I'm also interested in what PsychoChef finds... it's seems kinda backwards that the old versions worked better than the new ones on this matter;p
I'm also considering converting to XBMCBuntu, but... I don't want to ;/
Also tried to put movies on my local disk, and as you say, same problem
The old Babylon version doens't support HW accelation, since that implemented in xbmc it never has worked properly.
Did you tried the version i uploaded?
As for XBMCbuntu, quite easy to get started, almost impossible to tweak to perfection.
I'm struggling with Wake by remote, EDID info from monitor, DPI in Ubuntu desktop etc.
Dont know if I will keep it yet... but i will struggle a bit more before I give up.
If i give up i will try OpelElec instead.