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OpenELEC build for OPi PC with support for TV/DVB tuners

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Post time 2016-3-2 05:00:43 | Show all posts
You may wait a bit more, because I forgot to merge supposed fix.
Post time 2016-3-2 07:30:46 | Show all posts
jernej replied at 2016-3-2 05:00
You may wait a bit more, because I forgot to merge supposed fix.

There's the trick to it. I always wait, till it shows up on the pre-release page, to try the latest image anyway.


Post time 2016-3-3 07:29:20 | Show all posts
Edited by chaszim at 2016-3-3 09:51
jernej replied at 2016-3-2 05:00
You may wait a bit more, because I forgot to merge supposed fix
I do have another problem I'd like to report, there's likelly a soluition out there already somewhere, but, I haven't found it yet.
I'll toss a name at it like "Video Over Run":
Your warching an IPTV/M3U channel of live TV, from one of the addons, suddenly the sound stops, and the video either, goes into "Fast Forward, or slows down to a crawl".
You can pause the video for 7 seconds and back to Play mode, and it comes back to normal with both picture & sound again, but, that doesn't last long, till it does it again.
My thought is that the the video missed a buffer point, and continued on past it, trying to keep caught up with the streams activity.
It's most often occour in the late afternoon and  prime time evening.  
I've already almost cleared the buffering issue with "Advanced Settings", because "Zero Cache" didn't work for me.

Any ideas?

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Post time 2016-3-24 16:41:48 | Show all posts
i have an orange pi one, openelec works fine, but i would like to use an infrared receiver connected to gpios, opi one doesn't have an ir available (without very difficult soldering for me). Has anyone managed to use lirc_rpi or other drivers to use a remote control via gpios?

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Post time 2016-3-25 00:24:52 | Show all posts
trpaslikcz replied at 2016-3-24 10:50
You can use any of the available GPIO pins for IR too. It's changing two lines in script.bin.

Actually that is not true. First of all, OpenELEC uses mainline IR driver, which doesn't look at script.bin at all. Secondly, that pin setting is not used even in the old driver.

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Post time 2016-3-25 15:20:26 | Show all posts
Hello everyone,
I am using openelec on Orange pi PC.
I have an issue when I use DVB-T dongle ( AF9013).
When i change channels with Tvheadend addon the video freeze and become green.
I have to stop video and then change channel in order to work.
Is there anything I have to do to change this behavior?
Thnks in advance.

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Post time 2016-3-25 21:27:50 | Show all posts
jernej replied at 2016-3-25 00:24
Actually that is not true. First of all, OpenELEC uses mainline IR driver, which doesn't look at s ...

do you know if there is a way to use an external infrared receiver like vs1838b or similar on the orange pi one? maybe using this: https://github.com/matzrh/sunxi-lirc/wiki ?

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Post time 2016-3-25 22:43:51 | Show all posts
tpol replied at 2016-3-25 14:27
do you know if there is a way to use an external infrared receiver like vs1838b or similar on the  ...

The simplest way is to solder IR receiver on designated pad. There are already some topics which describes how to do that. Using GPIO is definetly a possibility but unfortunatelly I can't help you with that. My focus is on other things right now.

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Post time 2016-4-1 15:42:39 | Show all posts
jernej replied at 2016-3-25 22:43
The simplest way is to solder IR receiver on designated pad. There are already some topics which d ...

I managed to solder the ir receiver, it 's been very difficult because the spot is so small, BUT as soon as i touched the soldered wire to connect it to the ir receiver the metal spot on the board came off like paper.
Anyway i've found out that Kore is the perfect remote control, better than anything else (if the Opi is connected)

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Post time 2016-5-12 05:04:16 | Show all posts
Edited by miduman at 2016-5-12 19:33

Hello
I'm trying to watch TV via a DVB-T USB hauppauge wintvr 900h with your distribution OpenELEC and tvheadend , the linux driver for my stick it's in the library but it does not detect tvheadend .
My question is if only to put the stick and it should detect or to do something else
Thankyou .
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