Isn’t your tv just set in 3D mode and splitting the image vertically?
kszaq Is there any way to clear saved network settings through ssh?
Because when trying to connect to any WiFi network for the first time, I keep getting an "Invalid Arguments" error or an "Operation Timout" error if its SSID is hidden. Scanning for networks work but from my experience with my other devices, I found out that if I turned the "Connect Automatically" option off under the network's settings, I'd got the "Invalid Arguments" error when connecting to other Networks. So I'd like to just clear everything and see if that fixes it.
And gxbb_p200_1G_100M_RealtekWiFi.dtb works when booting from NAND.
What happens if you don’t hide the SSID? It’s serves no purpose hiding it anyway.
The word [discontinued] has been present in the first post for a number of days now but I haven’t really seen anything to clarify what that means. Is kszaq able to clarify if we will see anything after 22.214.171.124 or what the reference refers to please? Are we to move to the 9.x.x.x versions being created by a different user soon?
625baba kodi/amlogic: fix parsing extended 4K formats, e.g. 2160p60hz42010bit
Is causing white pixels to pop up all over the screen at 2160p50hz, almost like the device is dying .
I would like to ask you to help to understand my experiences.
My S905X player (M8S II) behave like this:
If I play (as music) the 5.1 24bit 192 kHz flac file then my AVR says 96 kHz Multi-channel PCM.
If I play (as video) the mkv contains 5.1 24 bit 192 kHz DTS HD MA audio track then my AVR says 192 kHz DTS HD MA.
So the limit seems apply only to the LPCM and not for DTS HD MA.
Could you help me interpret this result? Is this really a hardware limit? If it is then how the DTS HD MA can deliver 192 kHz to my AVR?
Thank you for your answer.
The sample files downloadable from here: DTS-HDMA 24-192kHz 5.1 test (45sec).7z - Google Drive
(On the S912 both plays as 192 kHz)
When the device is decompressing the audio, it is limited to 96khz (as kszaq suggests) due to restrictions in the onboard DAC. When you passthrough the DTS-MA track, the device does not touch the original bitstream and your amplifier decodes the audio at the full 192khz.
I´ve th same problem.
No GUI sounds and live streams too
If i play some video local sounds works just fine but video streams and GUI sounds notting
Try the setting to "keep audio alive" to constantly stream a signal all the time.