Just wondering... Why would you add several movies to the same (sub)folder?
and now I finally see that Kodi has almost reached the support for HDR.
Oh... Do you perhaps know something we don't?
"Once HDR support is fully baked (right now it is far from)"
That doesn't sound like HDR support is right around the corner.
This is the output
One other thing... Kodi only supports 'clone mode', which means it only does two monitors with identical resolutions.
Since your laptop "only" has a 1366x768 screen, you will be either seeing Kodi on the laptop screen or the 1080p screen/tv.
You could try forcing a 1280x720 resolution, that should work on both output. The display rate is (almost) similar.
Most laptops have a hardware keyboard combination to activate a secondary screen with/instead of the primary screen.
On a x86-64 machine, try to get the output of the 'xrandr' command in a terminal connection session when the 2nd monitor/TV is connected.
I'll want to access them from the PC in the future, but the primary use will be LibreElec on a RPi4.
LibreELEC = Linux, thus EXT4.
Windows does know EXFAT, so does Linux, so... it's up to you.
Not really. Good working devices are hard to troubleshoot.
Disable the screensaver and the debugging, and see what happens.
Both disk formats are supported, but perhaps the problem drive does have problems? Connect it to a Windows machine and do a full checkup.
The bug appeared with certain popular TV shows like GoT, DrWho and another one.
Bug1: A bit weird... Which disk format do the HDDs have? NTFS, EXT4? Something else?
Bug2: There is a bug with movies/tvshows and a large number of fanart links. I'm not sure if this is only for MySQL or for SQLite as well (I only use MySQL). See here: Fields too small in MySQL Database (Solution included) · Issue #15768 · xbmc/xbmc · GitHub
Intel GPUs took a recent performance hit with their latest security updates...
Not sure what they all mean towards watching videos.
No, I'd recommend Raspbian + Chrome + Kodi for that.
I attached a Mobius action cam in Webcam mode which works pretty well on a Win 10 box via VLC
This is the news section. Please open your own thread in the appropiate forum section if you want specific support.
I read online that NFS does not work too well from within Kodi so I tried with a kernel mount which I put in /storage/.config/autostart.sh
Internal NFS works just fine in Kodi, NFS browsing can have its hiccups at the moment. But overall throughput is not an issue.
Wifi connections for any HTPC is not recommended IMO. The advertised wireless speeds are often not met due to circumstantial hurdles: multiple thick walls, electrical appliances that generate their own force fields, signals from adjacent houses. You name it. Wired connections are always preferred in my book.
Can I provide you with some logs maybe ? (if so, where to find them ? I know how to use SSH).
What we need is a log file that proves that your Kodi setup does not have repositories and add-ons facilitating video piracy. Unfortunately you have installed a couple of repositories that are on Kodi's list of banned add-ons.
As per Kodi rules and thus LibreELEC rules, no support will be given to such setups. Not here, not at the Kodi forum.
So you can either fully clean up your Kodi setup, or find your support elsewhere. The choice is yours.
search for CEC.
Okay, finally one of the 2700 NUC variants that has a CEC interface
But there has to be support for in the Linux kernel for that specific interface.
Any chance it pops up in a dmesg listing?
but i have here two Intel NUC DCCP847DYE
That NUC model does not have CEC built-in, so you will need the USB-CEC adapter from PulseEight to get CEC working.
As far as I know, Intel/AMD/Nvidia don't have CEC support in any motherboard or graphics card. Only Intel had one or two (m)ATX boards years ago with optional CEC hardware support, but you still needed to plug in an extra CEC module.