Using the latest version on a pi4 I am unable to watch films if the soundtrack is set to true HD. It will either play and then crash after sometime or crash immediately 9/10 times if I try and skip the film at all.
Googling and it looks like this is a Kodi issue and not an issue specific to the pi or libreelec.
Is this a known issue with you guys here and is a fix in the works?
Was this ever fixed? I’ve tried several remux 4K files and all of them crash when you try to skip through them
I'm using the same test videos you do and I can't see any problems with it.
Make sure you have
- "sync playback to display" disabled
- "adjust display refreshrate" is set on "star/stop"
- matching whitelist options are set. e. g. 1920*1080: 60, 59.94, 50, 30, 29.97, 25, 24, 23.976 (if available)
If enabled, you don't need the "sync playback to display" option at all. That option is for Kodi on screens which aren't capable of a matching fps (e. g. PC Monitors which tend to support only 60fps). If your TV supports all those fps, the "sync playback to display" option isn't needed anymore.
If you don't set "adjust display refreshrate" to "start/stop" and leave it on off, then Kodi will use the FPS which is generally set to. Means if you set Kodis GUI to use 60fps, every video will be played at that fps, which could also cause stuttering.
This fixed it for my NUC. My TV refresh rate displays 25fps now and not 50fps for 25fps media and the stutter has gone
Yeah after a reboot it works for me. Not sure why it didn’t before
Is it possible to configure this app to work with ghost vpn?
No matter what I do I cannot get it to work with the providers .opvn files and the log just gives me a 1 line error mentioning -killall
I saw a post stating to use
but when I do that I get
curl: (7) Failed to connect to ipinfo.io port 80: Connection refused
is there another terminal command I can use to find the external ip?