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tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161122.409)

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by cosmoxl » 17 Nov 2016, 06:10

amet wrote:@cosmoxl
try 2.8.0 (161117.331) please
ok good. 161117.331 fixes the problems I saw with the previous testflight. :)

so, where are the other testers? :?

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by amet » 17 Nov 2016, 07:51

cosmoxl wrote: so, where are the other testers? :?
No idea, we have not removed anyone from TF, but so far only 4 people tested.

I think I'll remove anyone that didn't bother to test 2.8.0, if they wish to test in future we can be found on support@mrmc.tv

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by Itzme1234 » 17 Nov 2016, 13:00

I always try to download and test a beta even if just a minute or so. I don't even know what VTB is but I'd test it if someone pointed me to one.

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by amet » 17 Nov 2016, 13:09

Vtb is hardware acceleration for h264, much higher bitrates can be played now

@davilla will correct me if some other codecs can be played besides h264 :))

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by cosmoxl » 17 Nov 2016, 14:12

viewtopic.php?f=8&t=948&start=20

it was mentioned in the above thread but not explicitly stated in this testflight testing thread that there's now an option to turn on videotoolbox hardware acceleration. It is very nice.

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by davilla » 17 Nov 2016, 15:21

amet wrote:Vtb is hardware acceleration for h264, much higher bitrates can be played now

@davilla will correct me if some other codecs can be played besides h264 :))
only h264 for now.

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by timstephens24 » 18 Nov 2016, 02:29

I watched an episode of something with VTB turned on and didn't have any issues. Now I'm swamped at work, but I'll get back at it tomorrow.

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by davilla » 18 Nov 2016, 19:14

All is good with 2.8.0 testflight now ? Speak up now, the tentative plan is to submit for release on Monday.

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by cosmoxl » 18 Nov 2016, 19:26

davilla wrote:All is good with 2.8.0 testflight now ? Speak up now, the tentative plan is to submit for release on Monday.
best I can tell all good. VTB provides an excellent picture with smoother framerate than ff, in my opinion.

my only question is regarding blu-ray folder rips. MrMC will play index.bdmv or movieobject.bdmv but doesn't use VTB. Is there some other reason why VTB isn't used for those files even though the video is compatible?

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Re: tvOS testing 2.8.0 (161117.331)

Post by davilla » 18 Nov 2016, 19:49

cosmoxl wrote:
davilla wrote:All is good with 2.8.0 testflight now ? Speak up now, the tentative plan is to submit for release on Monday.
best I can tell all good. VTB provides an excellent picture with smoother framerate than ff, in my opinion.

my only question is regarding blu-ray folder rips. MrMC will play index.bdmv or movieobject.bdmv but doesn't use VTB. Is there some other reason why VTB isn't used for those files even though the video is compatible?
if h264, it should play with vtb, debuglog please.

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