Posts by lich000king

    Hi

    So this bug is still present in the current 9.2 beta.

    Basically, audio playback through remote has been broken across more than an entire major version cycle.

    Also, it seems to be not an rpi problem but happening across platforms (can reproduce on my nvidia shield).

    Any chance to get some motivated devs to fix this/how?

    The difference is whether I use yatse's 'files' section to start playback (problem) or kodi's gui (no problem).

    In the latter case it does not matter whether I use yatse or the normal keyboard (which I have also testet). Both work just fine.


    So it seems when starting playback through the 'files' mechanism, something else happens on the libreelec side compared to using the kodi gui.


    I'm guessing there was no issue on 8.2

    I'm not so sure about this. Should I check?

    Another thing, I do not get the described behaviour when using a different distro (OpenADK) with leia. This would indicate there is nothing fundamentally wrong with yatse, the issue seems to be how yatse's signals are treated.

    Hi there


    Leia is causing some trouble when playing back audio files. What's happening is the following:

    When I start playing a file, the first fraction of a second is played. then playback is interrupted for maybe half a second, then it restarts and keeps playing normally.

    In my tests this did not happen always, but most of the time. I observed it both on .flac and .mp3 files.

    I have a hifiberry dac+ installed. However there is no difference when selecting hdmi output and playing throug the TV speakers instead.

    This happend already in Leia alpha (I reported it to irc but never got a reply) as well as in beta 1 and now in beta 2.

    Video Playback is working fine, both audio and video.


    Hardware: Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+

    Software: Libreelec git 442e2de built as:
    PROJECT=RPi DEVICE=RPi2 ARCH=arm make image


    logs:

    kodi.log

    dmesg


    If anything else is needed, just let me know!:)


    Cheers