konan Wrote:In case you haven't noticed the title says [ATV-OSX w/chd].
it does now
konan Wrote:Also what's point to use ATV without CrystalHD at all? I consider CrystalHD support on ATV is one of the most important features that makes the XBMC stand out. If it does not work that is a no-go from my point of view. It's like having a car that looks nice but does not drive.
I have a library of about 3 hundred movies about 30% of them are HD. I am testing each XBMC version I install with roughly the same set of about 10-15 movies that covers most of different encoding combinations like: video 480p/720p/1080p; audio DD 5.1, DD 2.0, DTS, AAC, PCM; codecs MPEG2, DivX, H.264; containers VOB, AVI, MP4, MPG, MKV.
Based on my testing Dharma 3 did not pass the smoke test on ATV with OSX and CrystalHD as opposed to Dharma 2 that did. That's why I am saying Dharma 3 is a no-go on ATV with OSX with CrystalHD.
to say that something didnt pass a test because you use it on underpowered machine thats not supposed to be running it in a first place is just silly.
its like saying that xbmc didnt pass on win platform just cos you trying to run it on 486 100Mhz machine
I love ATV, I have one myself, and have no issue with you saying that its a no go... just for the record.
konan Wrote:At the same time Dharma 3 may work perfectly on other platforms, I don't know that and no saying anything about other platforms. However based on a common principle if a software is multi-platform it has to be tested on all supported platforms and if it does not pass a test on even just one platform it does not pass the test at all. Or otherwise the platform that it does not pass a test on is not supported.
it passed on my Macbook pro with the flying colors, that is the OSX platform, the same one you are using on ATV.