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  • 23. September 2015 at 10:42 #15785

    Oh, two more…:

    1. I found out that HD Transport Stream Files (*.ts) that were recorded from a stick have some issues with kodi: Kodi crashes randomly. When transcoded using:

    ffmpeg -i input.ts -vcodec copy -acodec copy output.mpg

    it works.

    I will transcode my entire library these days…

    2. I have a Sundtek DVB-C Stick. I want to use it as a viderecorder. I used a python script with some tvinfo XML Hack to enable remote programming of the pvr functionality. I want to switch to live-tv and pvr within kodi.
    The sundtek stick is somewhat special compared to other solutions. But I learned from your download page that you created sth. similar for the U3. Why does it only work on U3 and not XU4? Is it worth a try to use the U3 Plugin?



    23. September 2015 at 10:29 #15784

    Hi Stefan,

    perfect! THX! Especially:

    4/5. I disconnected the USB SPDIF on Startup and disabled USB Dac in the squeezelite configuration. Kodi started up successfully. Afterwards I connected the SPDIF again and changed to USB-DAC again. Now both works. I assume that one have to configure kodi first and afterwards squeezelite and USB-DAC.

    In general: as u try to provide a linux media server for ‚dummies‘ which is more or less plug n play. You should provide some information on the constraints like in this case the Expandfs Button. I assumed that the system is smart enough to find out which device is the one that was booted from and thus expands exactly this. Otherwise a selection option would be perfect.

    I ran into another issue. For some funny reason my Mailaddress that is linked to my license was accepted a couple of days ago and is now not found for premium options which stops me from trying out your vnc fix…

    Despite that: I cannot find any Isengard deb package. Not on your site and not on kodis download pages.



    15. September 2015 at 8:39 #15676

    in case of odroid:
    use „ssh odroid@max2play“ pw is „odroid“
    or use „ssh root@max2play“ pw is „max2play“

    oh in case of other devices it is different, but mentioned on the help page. google for it.

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