Whith vlc I got audio at the tv, but no video. And some errors:
VLC media player 2.2.4 Weatherwax (revision 2.2.3-37-g888b7e89) [0129efe8] core interface error: no suitable interface module [011ff8f8] core libvlc error: interface "globalhotkeys,none" initialization failed [0129c2a0] dbus interface error: Failed to connect to the D-Bus session daemon: Unable to autolaunch a dbus-daemon without a $DISPLAY for X11 [0129c2a0] core interface error: no suitable interface module [011ff8f8] core libvlc error: interface "dbus,none" initialization failed
Benutzen Sie 'cvlc', um VLC ohne Interface zu verwenden. [0129c278] qt4 interface error: Could not connect to X server [0129c278] skins2 interface error: cannot initialize OSFactory [b4202fd0] filesystem access error: cannot open file /home/pi/test (No such file or directory) [b4202fd0] core access error: Einlesen der Datei fehlgeschlagen [b4202fd0] core access error: VLC konnte die Datei ?/home/pi/test? nicht
[012940d0] core input error: open of `file:///home/pi/test' failed
[012940d0] core input error: VLC kann die Medienadresse
Fehlerprotokoll nachsehen. [0129c278] [cli] lua interface: Listening on host "*console".
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I put OpenELEC on a RPi Zero and it just works, rather well actually. The TV is only 720p, I don't know how well it would cope with 1080p. I just copy the video files wirelessly to the HDcard, and the TV remote controls the Kodi interface.
I'm using omxplayer on my original PiB. (I'm having problems with long buffering times on streamed downloads, but that's something else.) I can simply use "omxplayer " and it works. No need for the "-o hdmi" option.
Are you using hdmi for normal use (with local K/B and mouse)? Or are you running headless otherwise?
IF you're not using hdmi otherwise, it may be that your configuration is wrong. In /boot/config.txt, I have:
# uncomment to force a HDMI mode rather than DVI. This can make audio work in # DMT (computer monitor) modes hdmi_drive=2 According to the comment, this should only affect audio, but I dunno..
Can you play an audio file through hdmi?
There are a couple of entries in config.txt (previous to that one) that might also be relevant (all commented out in my case).
I've tried RaspBMC at first, a couple of years ago. Till now, I never tried to play movies, the Pi is working as a music server and I have more than 30,000 music files. At every rescan the Pi freeced. So I decided to use Raspbian with 'minimserver' and it runs perfectly since years. Maybe the latest Kodi will work better with big music collections.
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Real time for video usually means at the right rate, something which is essential if you want to transcode on the fly in a media server. That IME is the only time there's a hard requirement for transcoding speed.
Yes this is true - I did not invent the terminology. However real time processing has always meant getting the job done within a specified time interval or by a specified time. Payroll is a real time application for example (if it's not finished by payday there will be loud complaints).
However my point remains that you can transcode perfectly well with modest CPU if you aren't fussy about how long it takes.
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On Sat, 11 Feb 2017 20:17:26 +0000, Ahem A Rivet's Shot declaimed the following:
Just don't include perspective corrections
Quite some years ago I was rendering video captured at a convention. Part of which was ~10 minutes of a projected video on a screen in the corner of the room. Naturally panning the camera to the screen rather than the stage resulted in a trapezoidal projection. I marked off that section of video for a crop and adjust operation (Sony Vegas Pro -- don't recall the version; 32-bit WinXP, 3.4GHz as I recall [box is in storage, replaced with a, now 64-bit Win10, quad core i7 -- and I may get around to rendering the subsequent convention years sometime this summer -- after a layoff])... Where most of the video rendered at around 12-15 frames per second (I had some color correction in play too), the crop/adjust took nearly a day for the 10 minute clip. Easily a minute per frame if not more.
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