Posts by say170

    Thanks. It seems to be down to file naming. If I call the file "3D.SBS", it's shows as 3D. If I take away the SBS tag, it says it's 1080p. Very strange.

    There doesn't seem to be anything in the log zip where it shows what the file has (like mediainfo output).

    Anyway... problem fixed.

    Please provide a sample file. I think, these are 10 bit H.264 files.

    Can't easily provide a sample, but here is the full video report from mediainfo for one of the files. I've removed some duplicate lines:


    Video

    Count : 342

    Count of stream of this kind : 1

    Kind of stream : Video

    Stream identifier : 0

    StreamOrder : 0

    ID : 1

    Unique ID : 3106936531486395817

    Format : AVC

    Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec

    Commercial name : AVC

    Format profile : [email protected]

    Format settings : CABAC / 4 Ref Frames

    Format settings, CABAC : Yes

    Format settings, ReFrames : 4 frames

    Internet media type : video/H264

    Codec : V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC

    Codec : AVC

    Codec/Info : Advanced Video Codec

    Codec profile : [email protected]

    Codec settings : CABAC / 4 Ref Frames

    Codec settings, CABAC : Yes

    Codec_Settings_RefFrames : 4

    Duration : 2933055.000000

    Duration : 48 min 53 s

    Bit rate mode : VBR

    Bit rate mode : Variable

    Bit rate : 9697631

    Bit rate : 9 698 kb/s

    Maximum bit rate : 15000000

    Maximum bit rate : 15.0 Mb/s

    Width : 1920

    Height : 1080

    Stored_Height : 1088

    Sampled_Width : 1920

    Sampled_Height : 1080

    Pixel aspect ratio : 1.000

    Display aspect ratio : 1.778

    Display aspect ratio : 16:9

    Frame rate mode : CFR

    Frame rate mode : Constant

    Frame rate : 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS

    FrameRate_Num : 24000

    FrameRate_Den : 1001

    Frame count : 70323

    Resolution : 8 bits

    Colorimetry : 4:2:0

    Color space : YUV

    Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0

    Bit depth : 8 bits

    Scan type : Progressive

    Interlacement : PPF

    Interlacement : Progressive

    Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.195

    Delay : 0

    Delay : 00:00:00.000

    Delay, origin : Container

    Stream size : 3555460848

    Stream size : 3.31 GiB (94%)

    Proportion of this stream : 0.93788

    Default : Yes

    Forced : No

    Buffer size : 31250000

    Color range : Limited

    colour_description_present : Yes

    Color primaries : BT.709

    Transfer characteristics : BT.709

    Matrix coefficients : BT.709

    I'm getting very choppy playback on my s905X Q-box.

    LibreElec has run from an SD card, and the files are being played back over wired LAN (source is on a NAS)


    The files are :

    Format profile : [email protected]

    Format settings : CABAC / 4 Ref Frames

    Bit rate mode : VBR

    Bit rate mode : Variable

    Bit rate : 9494159

    Bit rate : 9 494 Kbps

    Maximum bit rate : 15000000

    Maximum bit rate : 15.0 Mbps


    Format profile : [email protected]

    Format settings : CABAC / 4 Ref Frames

    Bit rate : 13062235

    Bit rate : 13.1 Mbps


    or


    Format profile : [email protected]

    Format settings : CABAC / 3 Ref Frames

    Bit rate mode : VBR

    Bit rate mode : Variable

    Bit rate : 4020000

    Bit rate : 4 020 Kbps

    Maximum bit rate : 6029952

    Maximum bit rate : 6 030 Kbps


    Should these all play without issue?

    I have a small issue with the auto-update process. I have a 905X box, but the 912 upgrade package is downloading to .update and of course failing during the upgrade process. Is there any easy fix to this? Apologies for the newb question.


    After manually replacing the file with the latest version, it seems to worked fine. Strangely the previous download was titled 905X, but the size was different.

    I seem to be a little stuck...


    I have three USB drives currently conneted to a powered USB 3.0 hub plugged into a PopcornHour A400, and LibreElec 8.0.2 running off an SD card in my Q box. This combination is working fine. (I have the PCH for 3D support).


    When I upgrade to 8.1.9, I can no longer access samba shares on my PCH - since it is not possible to set passwords on the PCH shares. I can't seem to get around this. If I try NFS shares on the PCH, I can't see the shares remotely either.


    If I connect my USB hub to the Q box, I can't see any drives, but if I connect a single USB drive to the port at the back, I can see it. My hub connected drives are a mix of NTFS and ext3.


    I would really like to upgrade, but at the moment, I'm stuck with 8.0.2 and the odd connectivity methodology. Any ideas anyone?

    Hi,


    I'm trying to access a samba share on my popcornhour, but since upgrading from 8.0.5 to 8.1.7 this is no longer working (persistently requests a password). The share doesn't have a specific password - and I can't set one. Is there anything I can set in 8.1.x to allow it to still connect?


    Cheers